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Space News from SpaceDaily.Com brings the space industry professional daily news from the frontier, with contract, bid, launch and on-orbit satellite news as it happens. Comprehensive daily news resource on space science and industry. Includes updated overview of news from multiple sources.

Ice mined on Mars could provide water for humans exploring space  

Sydney, Australia (The Conversation) Sep 19, 2017 As humans spread out across the Earth, the locations of new colonies were driven by the accessibility of resources: not only food and water, but also arable land, forests and minerals. Access to such resources remains important as the economy moves into space. Here, water has emerged as the pre-eminent resource to exploit first. The question then becomes, from where will we extract the wat

2017-09-19 15:11:57

Low-level radiation exposure less harmful to health than other modern lifestyle risks  

Oxford, UK (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 Human populations have always been exposed to ionizing radiation, and more so in modern life due to its use in medicine, industry and the armed forces. Whilst the risks to human health from medium and high-level radiation are relatively well-understood, the risks at lower levels are less clear. Mixed messages about the safety of low doses of radiation from different sources have created confusio

2017-09-19 10:19:38

Northrop Grumman to buy space firm Orbital for $9.2 bn  

New York (AFP) Sept 18, 2017 US defense group Northrop Grumman will buy out the rocket and missile maker Orbital ATK in a deal worth $9.2 billion, the firms said on Monday. The announcement comes around two weeks after industrial conglomerate United Technologies acquired aerospace supplier Rockwell Collins in a $30 billion deal. "Northrop Grumman will acquire Orbital ATK for approximately $7.8 billion in cash, plus

2017-09-19 10:18:35

China's BeiDou-3 satellites get new chips  

Beijing (XNA) Sep 19, 2017 A new chip for the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) was unveiled on Saturday by the Global Navigation Satellite System and Location Based Service (GNSS and LBS) Association of China (GLAC). The chip supports the new generation of BeiDou-3 satellites for high-precision navigation and positioning. The positioning accuracy of the chip reaches the sub-meter level without ground-based a

2017-09-19 09:56:01

Chinese company eyes development of reusable launch vehicle  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 One of Chinese startups appears to be following in the footsteps of SpaceX as it has lately laid out its own project of reusable space launch system. Link Space, the country's first private rocket company, has recently presented the design of its New Line 1 (also known as Xin Gan Xian 1) launch vehicle, which could compete with SpaceX's Falcon 9 in the future. Link Space uncovered the desi

2017-09-19 09:35:17

Splashdown! Crashing into Martian mud  

Paris (ESA) Sep 19, 2017 An impactor smashing into an ice-rich surface gave rise to the complex flow features around this ancient crater on Mars. Impacts of comets and asteroids have shaped the surfaces of rocky planets and moons over the Solar System's 4.6 billion year history, and can reveal environmental conditions at the time of their formation. During an impact, the energy transferred to the ground goes into

2017-09-19 08:24:22

GRACE Mission Making Plans for Final Science Data Collection  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 With one of its twin satellites almost out of fuel after more than 15 years of chasing each other around our planet to measure Earth's ever-changing gravity field, the operations team for the U.S./German Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission is making plans for an anticipated final science collection. On Sept. 3, one of 20 battery cells aboard the GRACE-2 satellite stoppe

2017-09-19 06:17:17

Sentinel-5P launch preparations in full swing  

Plesetsk, Russia (ESA) Sep 19, 2017 With liftoff set for 13 October, engineers at Russia's Plesetsk launch site are steaming ahead with the task of getting Europe's next Copernicus satellite ready for its journey into orbit. The Sentinel-5P satellite has been at Plesetsk in northern Russia for almost two weeks. So far, it has been taken out of its transport container, positioned for testing and engineers have started ticking

2017-09-19 05:29:37

Aerojet Rocketdyne propulsion guides Cassini to its Grand Finale at Saturn  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne played a vital role in the planned plunge of NASA's Cassini spacecraft into Saturn. As the spacecraft entered the atmosphere, Aerojet Rocketdyne's onboard Reaction Control Thrusters worked to counter atmospheric torques, helping Cassini fight to keep its high-gain antenna pointed at Earth as it relayed its final data to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. These measurements of t

2017-09-19 04:05:45

Dragon Splashes Down in Pacific With NASA Science Experiments  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 SpaceX's Dragon cargo craft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean at approximately 10:14 a.m. EDT, southwest of Long Beach, California, and the recovery process is underway, marking the end of the company's twelfth contracted cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station for NASA. Expedition 53 Flight Engineer Paolo Nespoli of ESA (European Space Agency) and International Space St

2017-09-19 03:34:21

NASA's Robotic 'Sniffer' Confirms Space Station Leak, Repair  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 In recent operations on the International Space Station, robotic operators were twice able to test and confirm the ability of the Robotic External Leak Locator (RELL) to "smell" in space. Using the RELL instruments, operators successfully located a small leak from the station's ammonia coolant loop, and confirmed that it was not a safety concern. Later they were able to return and more precisely

2017-09-19 01:27:06

Dormant, Yet Always-Alert Sensor Awakes Only in the Presence of a Signal of Interest  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Here's your task. Build a tiny sensor that detects a signature of infrared (IR) wavelengths characteristic of a hot tailpipe, a wood fire, or perhaps even a human being. Design the sensor so that it can remain dormant and unattended but always alert, even for years, without drawing on battery power. And build the sensor so that the act of detection itself can initiate the emission of a signal th

2017-09-17 15:31:39

Venus's Mysterious Night Side Revealed  

Paris (ESA) Sep 15, 2017 Scientists have used ESA's Venus Express to characterise the wind and upper cloud patterns on the night side of Venus for the first time-with surprising results. The study shows that atmosphere on Venus' night side behaves very differently to that on the side of the planet facing the Sun (the 'dayside'), exhibiting unexpected and previously-unseen cloud types, morphologies, and dynamics -

2017-09-17 15:10:51

Teledyne e2v contract to supply light detectors for PLATO planet-hunting spacecraft  

Chelmsford UK (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded Teledyne e2v a 42M euro ($47M) contract to produce high-end Charge Coupled Device (CCD) visible-light detectors for the PLATO (Planetary Transits and Oscillations of stars) mission. PLATO is a planet-hunting spacecraft capable of discovering and characterising Earth-like exoplanets around nearby Sun-like stars. Its instrumentation consists of 26

2017-09-17 13:36:31

SLS Core Stage Simulator Will Pave Way for Mission Success  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 To reduce the risk of first-time operations with one-of-a-kind spaceflight hardware for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS), the agency built a core stage pathfinder similar in size, shape and weight to the 212-foot-tall core stage. Like SLS, the core stage pathfinder will be doing something that's never been done - testing new shipping and handling equipment and procedures from the manufactu

2017-09-17 12:50:54

The return of the comet-like exoplanet  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Astronomers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, also members of the PlanetS National Centre of Competence in Research, have been working on a joint project with the universities of Berne, Warwick, Grenoble Alpes and the Paris Institute of Astrophysics. The research team focused the Hubble Space Telescope on an exoplanet that had already been seen losing its atmosphere, whic

2017-09-17 12:25:40

NASA's $3.9 bn Cassini spacecraft makes death plunge into Saturn  

Tampa FL (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 After 20 years in space, NASA's famed Cassini spacecraft made its final death plunge into Saturn on Friday, ending a storied mission that scientists say taught us nearly everything we know about Saturn today and transformed the way we think about life elsewhere in the solar system. Cassini, an international project that cost $3.9 billion and included scientists from 27 nations, disintegrat

2017-09-17 12:20:16

More cities in the DRCongo get satellite-enabled high-speed connectivity  

Luxembourg (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 SES Networks' longtime customer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Gilat Telecom, has expanded the satellite capacity under contract with SES Networks in the country, now topping more than 3.0 Gbps. Gilat has been providing Kinshasa, the capital and largest city in DRC, with expansive internet connectivity services for many years, and has seen unprecedented network reliability

2017-09-17 11:41:15

Artificial 'skin' gives robotic hand a sense of touch  

Houston TX (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 A team of researchers from the University of Houston has reported a breakthrough in stretchable electronics that can serve as an artificial skin, allowing a robotic hand to sense the difference between hot and cold, while also offering advantages for a wide range of biomedical devices. The work, reported in the journal Science Advances, describes a new mechanism for producing stretchable e

2017-09-17 10:46:56

Keeping NASA's James Webb Space Telescope in the dark  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 This bunny-suited technician is performing the important task of ensuring no unwanted infrared light interferes with the optical testing of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope inside of Chamber A at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. Because of the Webb telescope's extreme sensitivity to infrared light, the shroud was made nearly impervious to outside light sources that could contaminat

2017-09-17 07:13:41

New prediction of a detection wavelength for searching phototrophs on exoplanets  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 M-dwarfs or red dwarfs are small (0.5-0.1 solar-masses) and cool ( ~3000 Kelvin) stars, and are abundant in universe. The Sun-like stars have been attracting most attention as a plausible target for searching habitable exoplanets. However, nearby M-dwarfs are becoming the most extensive targets for habitable planet searches because they are the most abundant nearby stars and thus could be the fi

2017-09-17 06:06:21

Air Force activates new satellites for tracking space objects  

Washington (UPI) Sep 15, 2017 The 1st Space Operations Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, has activated two satellites as part of their Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program. The program is a network of satellites designed to track objects in orbit ranging from other satellites to space debris for U.S. Strategic Command. It first became operational in 2015. "GSSAP 3 and 4 will signif

2017-09-17 05:20:47

BeiDou navigation to cover Belt and Road countries by 2018  

Beijing (XNA) Sep 15, 2017 China's home-grown BeiDou Navigation Satellite System will cover countries and regions along the Belt and Road by 2018, said an official at the China National Space Administration (CNSA) Monday. Wu Yanhua, deputy head of the CNSA, said the plan was based on the satellite system's improving regional services, which had been cooperating with various countries and regional organizations.

2017-09-17 03:08:05

Study shows star formation influenced by environmental conditions  

Washington (UPI) Sep 15, 2017 Scientists at Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have determined that new star formation is influenced by local environmental conditions. According to the classical model, a star is formed when a prestellar core, a roundish accumulation containing 99 percent gas and 1 percent dust, collapses due to overweight, resulting in the formation of a star in the center of the c

2017-09-17 02:29:07

US Air Force Awards Lockheed Martin GPS M-Code Early Use Ground System Upgrade Contract  

Denver CO (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 The U.S. Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) a $45.5 million contract to provide Military Code (M-Code) Early Use (MCEU) capability to the Global Positioning System (GPS). Part of the Air Force's overall modernization plan for the GPS, M-Code is an advanced, new signal designed to improve anti-jamming and protection from spoofing, as well as to increase secure access, to military

2017-09-17 02:17:02

Tough stuff: Spider silk enhanced with graphene-based materials  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Researchers from the Graphene Flagship have demonstrated that graphene-based materials can be used to boost the properties of spider's silk. The silk - produced naturally by the spiders, incorporating graphene and carbon nanotubes (rolled up graphene sheets) introduced in their environment - had enhanced mechanical properties of up to three times the strength and ten times the toughness of the u

2017-09-17 01:54:29

Who is the chief culprit of dust concentrations over East Asia?  

Beijing, China (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Dust, one of the major aerosol species contributing to the global aerosol burden and optical depth, is a very active component in the physical, chemical and biogeochemical cycle of the Earth system. In addition, dust aerosols induce tremendous adverse effects on the social and economic development. A case study for the dust storm in Beijing indicated that total economic loss due to dust st

2017-09-15 08:53:30

Could interstellar ice provide the answer to birth of DNA  

York UK (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Researchers at the University of York have shown that molecules brought to earth in meteorite strikes could potentially be converted into the building blocks of DNA. They found that organic compounds, called amino nitriles, the molecular precursors to amino acids, were able to use molecules present in interstellar ice to trigger the formation of the backbone molecule, 2-deoxy-D-ribose, of

2017-09-15 07:51:48

Team gathers unprecedented data on atmosphere's organic chemistry  

Boston MA (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 For a few weeks over the summer in 2011, teams of scientists from around the world converged on a small patch of ponderosa pine forest in Colorado to carry out one of the most detailed, extended survey of atmospheric chemistry ever attempted in one place, in many cases using new measurement devices created especially for this project. Now, after years of analysis, their comprehensive synthesis o

2017-09-15 07:18:12

Arianespace to orbit four Galileo satellites on two Ariane 62 launches  

Kourou, French Guiana (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Arianespace will launch four new satellites for the Galileo constellation, using two Ariane 62 versions of the next-generation Ariane 6 rocket from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana. The contract will be conducted by the European Space Agency (ESA) on behalf of the European Commission (DG Growth) and the European Union. Stephane Israel, Arianespace Chief Executive Officer, and

2017-09-15 06:53:25

Spacecraft passes docking test  

Beijing (XNA) Sep 15, 2017 China's cargo spacecraft Tianzhou 1 completed an automated fast-docking operation with the Tiangong II space laboratory late on Tuesday night, according to the China Manned Space Agency. Tianzhou 1 began its approach to the space lab at 5:24 pm and spent six and a half hours for the docking, which was completed at 11:58 pm, the agency said in a news release. It was the third docking

2017-09-15 06:07:35

Diet tracker in space  

Paris (ESA) Sep 15, 2017 Whether you are on a diet or just want to be healthier, you might be one of those millions of people around the planet who use a mobile app to track everything you eat. The trend has arrived in space: European astronauts are now logging their meals on a tablet to make sure they are getting the right amount of nutrients. An optimal diet, paired with constant exercise, is essential to counte

2017-09-15 05:14:21

Cassini Spacecraft Demise Is Bittersweet for PSI's Hansen  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 When the Cassini spacecraft ends its mission Friday morning, melting and breaking apart in Saturn's atmosphere, Candy Hansen will be filled with sadness as well as satisfaction. Hansen, a Senior Scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, began working on the Cassini mission to Saturn in 1990 with the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVIS) investigation team, responsible for planning an

2017-09-15 04:56:16

Bleak outlook for Asian glaciers  

Paris (AFP) Sept 13, 2017 Asia's mountain glaciers will lose at least a third of their mass through global warming by century's end, with dire consequences for millions of people who rely on them for fresh water, researchers said Wednesday. This is a best-case scenario, based on the assumption that the world manages to limit average global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) over pre-industrial le

2017-09-15 04:49:50

Hubble observes pitch black planet  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Astronomers have discovered that the well-studied exoplanet WASP-12b reflects almost no light, making it appear essentially pitch black. This discovery sheds new light on the atmospheric composition of the planet and also refutes previous hypotheses about WASP-12b's atmosphere. The results are also in stark contrast to observations of another similarly sized exoplanet. Using the Space Tele

2017-09-15 04:38:42

Spectra Airbus SlingShot Partnership Extension  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 Spectra Group (UK) Ltd has announced an extension of the SlingShot sales partnership with Airbus. SlingShot is a cost-effective solution that enables secure BLOS COTM (Beyond Line Of Sight Communications On The Move) using in-service tactical radios connected to a global commercial satellite network provider. Using SlingShot, existing tactical radios can be connected to commercial L-Band S

2017-09-15 04:21:16

Army, UMD researchers develop water-based lithium-ion batteries that don't explode  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the University of Maryland have developed for the first time a lithium-ion battery that uses a water-salt solution as its electrolyte and reaches the 4.0 volt mark desired for household electronics, such as laptop computers, without the fire and explosive risks associated with some commercially available non-aqueous lithium-ion batteries.

2017-09-15 03:31:48

Infostellar closes new funding for satellite antenna sharing platform with Airbus Ventures  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Infostellar has announced a $7.3 million Series A investment, led by Airbus Ventures, with additional funds from WERU Investment, D4V, Sony Innovation Fund, and existing investors, FreakOut Holdings, and 500 Startups Japan. This financing will be used to fund the launch of Infostellar's flagship platform, StellarStation, expand its network of partner antennas, and hire additional talented team m

2017-09-15 03:24:11

Taking a deep breath in the North Atlantic  

Kiel, Germany (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 The Labrador Sea in the North Atlantic is one of the few areas in the world ocean where cold, saline seawater sinks to large depths and forms deep water. This convection process also transports oxygen into the deep sea. A team of scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography (San Diego, California), Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada) and GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research

2017-09-15 01:46:39

Satcube Demonstrates New Carry-On 20Mbps Terminal with Embedded UHP Modem  

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Sep 15, 2017 Satcube AB is showing its new Ku band lightweight terminal with an integrated UHP-200 modem at Hall 3, C16 and demonstrating it outside in the Broadcast Solutions booth. The integrated UHP-200 modem enables performance up to 20Mbps duplex performance with Intelsat EPIC or, with SCPC activated, up to 45 Mbps duplex. On non-HTS satellites, such as the Romantis network, the modem enables perf

2017-09-15 01:14:59

Astronauts don't develop anemia during spaceflight, NASA study suggests  

Houston TX (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Space flight anemia - the reduction of circulating red blood cells (RBCs) during time spent in space - is an established phenomenon, but it may not be a major concern during long-duration space missions, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC Hematology. Dr Richard Simpson; associate professor at The University of Arizona and the University of Houston, co-author of t

2017-09-14 15:32:50

Hibernation Over, New Horizons Continues Kuiper Belt Cruise  

Laurel MD (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 A long summer break ended for NASA's New Horizons on Sept. 11, as the spacecraft "woke" itself on schedule from a five-month hibernation period. Signals confirming that New Horizons had executed on-board computer commands to exit hibernation reached mission operations at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland, via NASA's Deep Space Network station in Madrid, Spain, at 12:55 p.

2017-09-14 14:35:16

CU Boulder Scientists Ready for Cassini Mission to Saturn Grand Finale  

Boulder CO (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 University of Colorado Boulder Professor Larry Esposito has been eying the fabulous rings of Saturn for much of his career, beginning as a team scientist on NASA's Pioneer 11 mission when he discovered the planet's faint F ring in 1979. He followed that up with observations of Jupiter's and Saturn's rings from the Voyager and Galileo spacecraft, which carried instruments designed and built

2017-09-14 14:25:22

Orbital ATK Begins Assembly of Industry's First Commercial In-Space Satellite Servicing System  

Dulles VA (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Orbital ATK reports significant progress on the industry's first commercial in-space satellite servicing system. The (MEV-1) spacecraft successfully completed its critical design review earlier this year and is now in production with about 75% of the platform and payload components already delivered to the company's Satellite Manufacturing Facility in Virginia. The spacecraft will begin

2017-09-14 10:53:37

NASA's one-year mission investigates how space affects astronauts' functional performance  

Houston TX (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 Adapting to the microgravity environment of space changes the way your brain interprets sensory signals, decreases muscle strength and alters cardiovascular function. Astronauts will need to overcome these changes to perform critical mission tasks on a journey to Mars. Simple tasks on Earth such as exiting a vehicle becomes more crucial when stepping foot in an unfamiliar world. Maintaining bala

2017-09-14 10:34:01

Researchers create first global map of water in moon's soil  

Providence RI (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 In research that may prove useful to future lunar explorers, scientists from Brown University have created the first quantitative map of water and its chemical building blocks trapped in the uppermost portion of the Moon's soil. The study, published in Science Advances, builds on the initial discovery in 2009 of water and a related molecule - hydroxyl, which consists of one atom each of hy

2017-09-14 09:54:57

ArianeGroup to supply from Boeing satellite with new generation of electric propulsion  

Paris (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 Boeing and the Orbital Propulsion section of ArianeGroup are jointly developing a next-generation ion propulsion system based on the dual-mode Radio Frequency Ion Thruster (RIT) 2X subsystem. Germany via DLR's Space Administration and Spain via CDTI (Spanish Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology) are supporting the development through their respective contributions to the Eur

2017-09-14 07:24:37

NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Climbing Toward Ridge Top  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 14, 2017 NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has begun the steep ascent of an iron-oxide-bearing ridge that's grabbed scientists' attention since before the car-sized rover's 2012 landing. "We're on the climb now, driving up a route where we can access the layers we've studied from below," said Abigail Fraeman, a Curiosity science-team member at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. "Ve

2017-09-14 05:47:04

Cassini readies final plunge into Saturn  

Washington (AFP) Sept 13, 2017 NASA's Cassini probe is counting its final hours before one last plunge into Saturn on Friday that will cap a fruitful 13-year mission that greatly expanded knowledge about the gas giant. While orbiting Saturn nearly 300 times, Cassini made major discoveries, such as the liquid methane seas of the planet's giant moon Titan and the sprawling subsurface ocean of Enceladus, a small Saturn moon.

2017-09-14 05:38:22

Volcanic carbon dioxide drove ancient global warming event  

Southampton UK (SPX) Sep 04, 2017 New research, led by the University of Southampton and involving a team of international scientists, suggests that an extreme global warming event 56 million years ago was driven by massive CO2 emissions from volcanoes, during the formation of the North Atlantic Ocean. The study, published in Nature, used a combination of new geochemical measurements and novel global climate modelling to s

2017-09-14 04:48:18

India, Japan Set to Boost Space Cooperation  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Sep 13, 2017 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's upcoming visit to India starting Wednesday is expected to set the pace for greater cooperation between the two countries, especially in the aerospace sector. Indian private companies have already expressed keen interest in forging collaborations with the Japanese counterparts. TeamIndus, a Bengaluru-based private aerospace company, which gained global a

2017-09-14 02:28:07

European Aviation satellite is ready for commercial service  

Paris, France (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 Inmarsat has confirmed that the European Aviation satellite has successfully completed in-orbit tests and is ready to support inflight internet services when the European Aviation Network (EAN) goes 'live' later this year. The satellite, built by France's Thales Alenia Space, was launched by Arianespace in June this year. EAN is the world's first dedicated aviation connectivity solution to

2017-09-14 02:20:15

New Gravity Map Suggests Mars Has a Porous Crust  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 NASA scientists have found evidence that Mars' crust is not as dense as previously thought, a clue that could help researchers better understand the Red Planet's interior structure and evolution. A lower density likely means that at least part of Mars' crust is relatively porous. At this point, however, the team cannot rule out the possibility of a different mineral composition or perhaps a thin

2017-09-14 01:16:13

NASA-funded research at USC provides evidence of ground-ice on asteroids  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Sep 14, 2017 Research at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering has revealed new evidence for the occurrence of ground ice on the protoplanet Vesta. The work, under the sponsorship of NASA's Planetary Geology and Geophysics program, is part of ongoing efforts at USC Viterbi to improve water detectability techniques in terrestrial and planetary subsurfaces using radar and microwave imaging techniques. Th

2017-09-14 01:07:23

EUMETSAT signs with Arianespace for first Metop-SG satellite launch  

Paris (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Arianespace and EUMETSAT announce the signature of a contract entrusting Arianespace with the launch of the first two Metop-SG satellites of the EUMETSAT Polar System of Second Generation (EPS-SG), plus an option for the launch of a third satellite, to be performed from the Guiana Space Center - Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. The launches are scheduled in the 2021-2023 timefr

2017-09-13 15:40:25

Cloud formation suppressed by biogenic organic emissions  

Sapporo, Japan (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 Researchers have found evidence that near-ground biogenic emissions of organics suppress cloud formation in cool-temperate forests in autumn, providing clues to how global warming will affect cloud formation and the overall climate. Submicron atmospheric aerosols, although they are not so visible, play a pivotal role in the climate system. They cause temperature variations by scattering or

2017-09-13 13:04:44

SES selects Arianespace for launch of SES-17  

Paris (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 SES has selected Arianespace to launch its high-power, high-throughput satellite SES-17 on an Ariane 5 in 2021 from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana. This was announced by SES and Arianespace in Paris today. SES-17 is a powerful satellite delivering high-speed inflight connectivity and high-powered data services over the Americas and the Atlantic Ocean. SES-17 is the 53rd s

2017-09-13 09:37:26

Insects can see the world in much finer resolution than previously thought  

Sheffield, UK (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 Insects have much better vision and can see in far greater detail than previously thought, a new study from the University of Sheffield has revealed. Scientists have long believed insects would not see fine images. This is because their compound eyes typically consist of thousands of tiny lens-capped 'eye-units', which together should capture a low-resolution pixelated image of the surrounding w

2017-09-13 09:19:48

Proton-M Rocket Launches Spanish Satellite Amazonas-5 Into Orbit  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 13, 2017 A heavy Proton-M carrier rocket with the Breeze-M booster launched the Spanish Amazonas-5 telecommunications satellite into geostationary orbit on Tuesday, a representative of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) told Sputnik. "The Proton-M, which was launched on September 11, at 22:23 Moscow time [19:32 GMT] from Baikonur, on September 12 launched the Amazonas-5 telecommunications

2017-09-13 08:08:05

Arianespace announces a new contract, bringing its order book to 53 launches across three rockets  

Paris (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Arianespace is once again participating in the World Satellite Business Week (WSBW) conference, being held this year from September 11 to 15 in Paris, and already has confirmed its commercial dynamic by announcing a first contract this week - encompassing two launches for the European operator EUMETSAT. The Arianespace order book will ensure sustained business with 53 launches during the c

2017-09-13 07:18:13

Ultrathin spacecraft will collect, deposit orbital debris  

Los Angeles CA (Sputnik) Sep 13, 2017 A new design gaining the interest of NASA could see the inexpensive and efficient removal of Earth's orbiting space debris. A proposed design for a space trash collector has received a second round of funding from NASA, and the technologies involved could benefit developments in miniaturization back on Earth. A flat quadrilateral, a sort of magic carpet less than the thickness of a human

2017-09-13 07:07:23

MHI to launch first Inmarsat-6 satellite  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Inmarsat has selected Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) as the launch provider for the first satellite in the Inmarsat-6 fleet. The satellite, Inmarsat-6 F1, is under construction by Airbus Defence and Space. It is scheduled for launch in 2020 using MHI's H-IIA launch vehicle. Inmarsat's sixth generation (I-6) fleet will be the first to feature dual-payload satellites, each supporting L-ba

2017-09-13 07:06:10

SES selects Arianespace and Soyuz for its fifth MEO launch  

Paris (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 SES has selected Arianespace for its fifth launch of four O3b satellites joining the O3b Medium Earth Orbit fleet. The mission on a Soyuz rocket will be conducted from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, in 2019. The twelve satellites of the existing O3b fleet were orbited by Arianespace in 2013 and 2014; the next four satellites (13th to 16th) will be launched by Arianespace

2017-09-13 05:20:41

New tools for exploring the surface of Mars  

Paris (ESA) Sep 12, 2017 In past decades, spacecraft have sent back huge amounts of complex data about Mars, providing a wealth of information about the planet. More than ever, the scientific community needs a way to sift through, compare, and analyse these data, prompting the development of two new tools for exploring the surface of the Red Planet: the iMars webGIS and the Planetary SUrface Portal (PSUP). Among t

2017-09-13 04:25:28

Crewed Missions Beyond LEO  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Sep 13, 2017 Sending humans to Mars has been a dream of scientists and a large part of the population ever since Nicolaus Copernicus first postulated that it was a planet, about 500 years ago. Even before that first Soviet satellite, Sputnik 1, was sent into orbit 60 years ago, a mission to Mars has been the subject of many science fiction articles and books. Over the past half-century technological ad

2017-09-13 01:05:10

NASA captures significant solar flare  

Washington (UPI) Sep 11, 2017 NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured dramatic images of a significant solar flare that peaked at 12:06 p.m. EDT Sunday. The space agency's Solar Dynamics Observatory watches the sun on a constant basis and captured the significant solar flare classified as X8.2-class. X-class identifies the most intense solar flares and the number provides additional information about its s

2017-09-12 22:32:56

Three astronauts blast off for five-month ISS mission  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) Sept 12, 2017 Two US astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off for the International Space Station in a nighttime launch from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan early Wednesday, heading for a five-month mission. The Soyuz MS-06 rocket carrying Alexander Misurkin of the Russia's Roscosmos space agency, NASA first-time flyer Mark Vande Hei and his veteran colleague Joe Acaba launched as scheduled at

2017-09-12 12:50:41

45 Kilometers on the Odometry for Opportunity  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 12, 2017 Opportunity is continuing the winter exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. Winter is constraining the available energy, so the project has the rover doing "hops" (drives) from one energy-favorable "lily pad" to the next. (These lily pads are locations where the terrain is tilted sufficiently to the north to maximize the Sun illumination on the rover's so

2017-09-12 07:10:24

Cassini Makes its 'Goodbye Kiss' Flyby of Titan  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 12, 2017 NASA's Cassini spacecraft is headed toward its Sept. 15 plunge into Saturn, following a final, distant flyby of the planet's giant moon Titan. The spacecraft made its closest approach to Titan Sep 10 at 12:04 p.m. PDT (3:04 p.m. EDT), at an altitude of 73,974 miles (119,049 kilometers) above the moon's surface. The spacecraft is scheduled to make contact with Earth on Sept. 12 at about 6:1

2017-09-12 06:24:54

New tools for exploring the surface of Mars  

Paris (ESA) Sep 12, 2017 In past decades, spacecraft have sent back huge amounts of complex data about Mars, providing a wealth of information about the planet. More than ever, the scientific community needs a way to sift through, compare, and analyse these data, prompting the development of two new tools for exploring the surface of the Red Planet: the iMars webGIS and the Planetary SUrface Portal (PSUP). Among t

2017-09-12 05:40:42

Climate change for aliens  

Rochester NY (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 In February NASA astronomers discovered - seven Earth-like planets, potentially harboring life, orbiting the star TRAPPIST-1, not too far from Earth. Scientists have yet to discover life, or evidence of civilizations, on these or other planets. But in the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence, they often categorize hypothetical worlds according to the amount of energy their inhabitants

2017-09-12 05:22:17

Airbus to reshape Earth observation market with its Pleiades Neo constellation  

Toulouse, France (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 The production of Airbus' four new very high resolution satellites, which together will form the Pleiades Neo constellation, is well on schedule for launch in 2020. They will join the already world leading Airbus constellation of optical and radar satellites and will offer enhanced performance and the highest reactivity in the market thanks to their direct access to the data relay communication

2017-09-12 04:12:33

192 Indian space objects currently in orbit  

Chennai, India (IANS) Sep 12, 2017 A total of 192 Indian objects are orbiting in space as of April 1, 2017, catalogued by US Space Surveillance Network, said a retired Indian scientist. He was citing the August 2017 issue of "Orbital Debris", a quarterly published by NASA. "Space objects include functional satellites as well as debris. The term catalogued means the space objects are tracked, updated, and their orbits

2017-09-12 04:08:19

Are we being watched? Tens of other worlds could spot the Earth  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 A group of scientists from Queen's University Belfast and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Germany have turned exoplanet-hunting on its head, in a study that instead looks at how an alien observer might be able to detect Earth using our own methods. They find that at least nine exoplanets are ideally placed to observe transits of Earth, in a new work published in the journal

2017-09-12 03:59:57

Accretion-powered pulsar reveals unique timing glitch  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 The discovery of the largest timing irregularity yet observed in a pulsar is the first confirmation that pulsars in binary systems exhibit the strange phenomenon known as a 'glitch'. The study is published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Pulsars are one possible result of the final stages of evolution of massive stars. Such stars end their lives in huge su

2017-09-12 03:27:23

Exchanges of identity in deep space  

Trieste, Italy (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 Like in a nail-biting thriller full of escapes and subterfuge, photons from far-off light sources, such as blazars, could go up against a continuous exchange of identity in their journey through the Universe. This is an operation that would allow these very tiny particles of light to escape an enemy which, if encountered, would annihilate them. This is the phenomenon studied by a group of

2017-09-12 03:27:20

Medical camera makes light work of seeing through the body  

Edinburgh UK (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 Scientists have developed a camera that can see through the human body. The camera is designed to help doctors track medical tools known as endoscopes that are used to investigate a range of internal conditions. The new device is able to detect sources of light inside the body, such as the illuminated tip of the endoscope's long flexible tube. Until now, it has not been possibl

2017-09-12 02:53:57

NASA team find evidence of sea level 'fingerprints'  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 12, 2017 Researchers from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and the University of California, Irvine, have reported the first detection of sea level "fingerprints" in ocean observations: detectable patterns of sea level variability around the world resulting from changes in water storage on Earth's continents and in the mass of ice sheets. The results will give scientists confiden

2017-09-12 02:48:37

NASA awards SSL new funding for Dragonfly on-orbit assembly program  

Palo Alto, CA (SPX) Sep 12, 2017 SSL reports that NASA has awarded the next phase of funding for its ground-breaking Dragonfly on-orbit satellite assembly program. The contract modification to move forward with the detailed design of a semi-autonomous robotic system for in-space satellite assembly confirms NASA's confidence in SSL and the success of this "Tipping Point" public private partnership, which is enabling the de

2017-09-12 02:15:41

Rocket fever launches UB students to engineering competition in New Mexico  

Buffalo NY (SPX) Sep 11, 2017 Ten students from UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences took a long drive from Buffalo to the desert of New Mexico in late June, with a rocket called Volans Tauri in tow. It was so hot, recalls Pete Wilkins, a rising senior majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering, that even under a tent, his camp chair melted from the 110-degree heat - and it was set up under a tent.

2017-09-11 08:20:57

Pluto features given first official names  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 11, 2017 The IAU has assigned names to fourteen geological features on the surface of Pluto. The names pay homage to the underworld mythology, pioneering space missions, historic pioneers who crossed new horizons in exploration, and scientists and engineers associated with Pluto and the Kuiper Belt. This is the first set of official names of surface features on Pluto to be approved by the IAU, the

2017-09-11 07:10:25

Canadian ingenuity crafts game-changing technology for CHIME telescope  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Sep 11, 2017 CHIME, a new revolutionary Canadian radio telescope inaugurated this past week in British Columbia, incorporates creative technology that will enable it to simultaneously tackle major astrophysics and cosmology topics - including studying the nature of "dark energy" by making unprecedented maps of the distant Universe, and determining the origin of the mysterious phenomenon known as Fast Radio B

2017-09-11 06:55:28

Europe's Science Highlights With Cassini  

Paris (ESA) Sep 11, 2017 The international Cassini-Huygens mission has explored Saturn and its rings and moons for 13 years, and will conclude by plunging into the planet's atmosphere next week. This article highlights some of the mission's exciting discoveries led by European teams. Cassini is an international programme: a collaboration between NASA, ESA and Italy's ASI space agency plus several separate European acad

2017-09-11 05:37:23

Pondering the Saturn Mission's Legacy After Cassini  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 11, 2017 As the Cassini spacecraft nears the end of a long journey rich with scientific and technical accomplishments, it is already having a powerful influence on future exploration. In revealing that Saturn's moon Enceladus has many of the ingredients needed for life, the mission has inspired a pivot to the exploration of "ocean worlds" that has been sweeping planetary science over the past decade.

2017-09-11 05:26:29

45th Space Wing carries out successful launch while Irma looms off coast  

Patrick AFB FL (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 Less than one year after Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, took a hit from Hurricane Matthew, the Sharks once again found themselves in a similar situation with one major twist. This time as Hurricane Irma barred down on the Florida coast Sept. 7, the 45th Space Wing had a launch to perform. SpaceX's Falcon 9 launch vehicle was due for its first flight with the Air Force's X-37B Orbital Tes

2017-09-11 01:19:22

Sling-shot show for NASA spacecraft over Australia  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Sep 11, 2017 Using Earth's gravity to give it an orbital boost, OSIRIS-REx will rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu in 2018. The Earth flyby will give astronomers and those with high-end cameras a chance to view this rare encounter. OSIRIS-REx is on an extraordinary journey to bring back to Earth a sample from the surface of the carbonaceous asteroid Bennu that could potentially record the early history

2017-09-11 01:14:52

Why US battery startups fail and how to fix it  

Cambridge UK (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 Better batteries are critical to the world's clean energy future. More economical and efficient batteries would help to solve many of our planet's energy challenges, paving the way towards long-range electric vehicles to help reduce our reliance on fossil fuels as well as advancing renewable energy production by resolving intermittency problems. However, the scientific research needed to b

2017-09-10 08:54:45

High Resolution Smallsats Built by SSL Arrive at Vandenberg AFB for Launch  

Palo Alto CA (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 In a first for the industry, six satellites, built in California, to be launched in California, for a California company have arrived at the Vandenberg Air Force Base, where they are scheduled to be launched on a Minotaur rocket in October. Space Systems Loral (SSL), a leading provider of innovative satellites and spacecraft systems, built the six high-resolution small satellites for Plane

2017-09-10 08:36:05

Scientists prolong life, slow aging in fruit flies  

Washington (UPI) Sep 6, 2017 Researchers in California are helping fruit flies live longer. A team of biologists at UCLA have developed a way to repair damaged mitochondria in fruit fly cells, thus delaying the aging process. The mitochondria is the engine room of the cell - the powerhouse. They dictate the lifespan of a cell. In humans, older mitochondria malfunction and damaged cells can accumulate and tu

2017-09-10 08:03:29

Molecules move faster near sticky surfaces  

Brussels, Belgium (SPX) Sep 04, 2017 Molecules move faster as they get closer to adhesive surfaces, but this effect is not permanent. Such is the puzzling conclusion of a study published in Physical Review Letters, carried out by Simone Napolitano and his colleagues in the Laboratory of Polymers and Soft Matter Dynamics at the Universite libre de Bruxelles. Since more than 20 years, several researchers have been studying the

2017-09-10 07:01:35

Radar Reveals Two Moons Orbiting Asteroid Florence  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 07, 2017 Radar images of asteroid 3122 Florence obtained at the 70-meter antenna at NASA's Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex between August 29 and September 1 have revealed that the asteroid has two small moons, and also confirmed that main asteroid Florence is about 4.5 km (2.8 miles) in size. Florence is only the third triple asteroid known in the near-Earth population out of more than

2017-09-10 06:57:46

Chinese robotics artist makes real-life 'Transformers'  

Beijing (AFP) Sept 7, 2017 In the suburbs of China's capital, a 32-year-old engineer creates the kind of larger-than-life, shapeshifting robots that most have only seen in "Transformers" movies. Sun Shiqian's roomy warehouse on the outskirts of Beijing houses a hulking menagerie, from a sleepy cow to a fiery metal dragon that stands 4.9 metres (16 feet) tall at the flip of a switch. A graduate of China's prestigio

2017-09-10 06:48:56

Jupiter's Auroras Present a Powerful Mystery  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 07, 2017 Scientists on NASA's Juno mission have observed massive amounts of energy swirling over Jupiter's polar regions that contribute to the giant planet's powerful auroras - only not in ways the researchers expected. Examining data collected by the ultraviolet spectrograph and energetic-particle detector instruments aboard the Jupiter-orbiting Juno spacecraft, a team led by Barry Mauk of the Jo

2017-09-10 05:48:30

New era in air-quality monitoring a step away  

Paris (ESA) Sep 07, 2017 The Sentinel-5P satellite has arrived in Plesetsk in northern Russia to be prepared for liftoff on 13 October. Built to deliver global maps of air pollutants every day and in more detail than ever before, this latest Copernicus mission will set a new standard for monitoring air quality. Sentinel-5P is the first Copernicus mission dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere. It follows five othe

2017-09-10 05:45:01

LOFAR Radio Telescope Discovers Record-Breaking Pulsar  

Dwingeloo, Netherlands (SPX) Sep 07, 2017 Astronomers have discovered two rapidly rotating radio pulsars with the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) radio telescope in the Netherlands by investigating unknown gamma-ray sources uncovered by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. The first pulsar (PSR J1552+5437) rotates 412 times per second. The second pulsar (PSR J0952-0607) rotates 707 times per second, making it the fastest-spinning pulsar

2017-09-10 04:55:16

Italy's drought seen from space  

Paris (ESA) Sep 07, 2017 Despite the welcome showers at the weekend, abnormally low soil-moisture conditions persist in central Italy. Scientists are using satellite data to monitor the drought that has gripped the country. Wildfires, water scarcity and billions of euros worth of damage to agriculture are just some of the effects of this summer's drought in Italy - not to mention the relentless heat. News of potential w

2017-09-10 04:46:23

Trump pushes hardware to allies -- and ups pressure on N.Korea  

Washington (AFP) Sept 6, 2017 With global tensions spiraling over the North Korean nuclear crisis, President Donald Trump wants to pile extra pressure on Pyongyang by urging regional allies to dramatically boost spending on high-tech US military gear. Though existing regulations preclude any sudden changes, Trump's remarks this week open the door to what could amount to a regional military buildup - a move sure to anger

2017-09-10 03:44:45

Boeing tips China to need $1.1 tn new planes over next 20 years  

Beijing (AFP) Sept 7, 2017 Boeing says China will need more than a trillion dollars-worth of new airplanes over the next two decades as the cash-rich middle class grows and infrastructure projects pick up. The US aircraft giant also outlined plans to open its first factory in the country as it looks to reinforce its position in the face of competition from European rival Airbus. In its annual forecast Wednesday, B

2017-09-10 02:47:13

NASA captures images of strong solar flares  

Washington (AFP) Sept 7, 2017 Two high-intensity solar flares were emitted Wednesday, the second of which was the most intense recorded since the start of this sun cycle in December 2008, NASA said. These radiation flares, which can disrupt communications satellites, GPS and power grids by reaching the upper Earth atmosphere, were detected and captured by the US Space Agency's Solar Dynamics Observatory. According to

2017-09-10 01:53:14

Researchers develop new material for hydrogen storage  

Washington (UPI) Sep 6, 2017 A team of scientists in Russia has developed a new material with promising hydrogen-storage abilities. Hydrogen has been promised as the remedy for the world's addiction to fossil fuels. But to make hydrogen more economically viable, researchers must find cheaper, more efficient ways to make and store the gas. Scientists at the Siberian Federal University have been working on the

2017-09-10 01:46:50

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