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Orion recovery team: ready to 'rock and roll'  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 A NASA and Department of Defense team returned from a week of training at sea to improve joint landing and recovering operations planned for crew aboard the agency's Orion spacecraft from future deep space exploration missions. Departing from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Exploration Ground Systems' team embarked on the USS John P. Murtha, an amphibious U.S. Navy ship, in the

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Science on the cusp: sounding rockets head north  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 Gazing up at the night sky from the edge of the Norwegian sea, you know you're in an unusual place. The frigid winds stream across an open sky, painted by the dance of the northern lights. Outer space almost seems closer here. It turns out, that's not so far from the truth. This special place is known as the northern polar cusp. It's one of only two places on Earth where particles fr

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NASA learns more about interstellar visitor 'Oumuamua  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Nov 15, 2018 In November 2017, scientists pointed NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope toward the object known as 'Oumuamua - the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system. The infrared Spitzer was one of many telescopes pointed at 'Oumuamua in the weeks after its discovery that October. 'Oumuamua was too faint for Spitzer to detect when it looked more than two months after the object's close

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



For arid, Mars-like desert, rain brings death  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 When rains fell on the arid Atacama Desert, it was reasonable to expect floral blooms to follow. Instead, the water brought death. An international team of planetary astrobiologists has found that after encountering never-before-seen rainfall three years ago at the arid core of Chile's Atacama Desert, the heavy precipitation wiped out most of the microbes that had lived there. "When

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Detecting light in a different dimension  

Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton NY (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 Scientists from the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) - a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory - have dramatically improved the response of graphene to light through self-assembling wire-like nanostructures that conduct electricity. The improvement could pave the way for the development of graphene-

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Doubly-excited electrons reach new energy states  

Washington DC (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 Positrons are short-lived subatomic particle with the same mass as electrons and a positive charge. They are used in medicine, e.g. in positron emission tomography (PET), a diagnostic imaging method for metabolic disorders. Positrons also exist as negatively charged ions, called positronium ions (Ps-), which are essentially a three-particle system consisting of two electrons bound to a positron.

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Dark matter hurricane gives physicists hope they'll discover elusive material  

London, UK (Sputnik) Nov 15, 2018 A new study suggests the Earth is in the middle of a "dark matter hurricane" and scientists are optimistic it offers a better than normal chance at detecting the elusive material. The dark matter is thought to be left over from a dwarf galaxy that long ago collided with our own. The scientists call this batch of dark matter the S1 stream. However, they can't actually "see" it: they've supp

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Gravitational waves from a merged hyper-massive neutron star  

London, UK (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 For the first time, astronomers have detected gravitational waves from a merged, hyper-massive neutron star. The scientists, Maurice van Putten of Sejong University in South Korea, and Massimo della Valle of the Osservatorio Astronomico de Capodimonte in Italy, publish their results in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters. Gravitational waves were predicted by Albert

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Webb Telescope will investigate cosmic jets from young stars  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Nov 15, 2018 The formation of a star sounds like a simple process: a cloud of gas collapses in on itself, growing denser and hotter until nuclear fusion ignites and a star begins to shine. The reality is more complex and dramatic. Swirling gas spins faster and faster, threatening to rip the still-forming star into pieces. Clumps of matter are captured within a tangle of magnetic fields and squirt outwa

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Space, lasers, hypersonic missiles rank high for U.S. missile defense research  

Washington (UPI) Nov 13, 2018 Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, and former head of NASA, Michael Griffin told attendees at a missile defense event Tuesday that the U.S. was making good progress on directed energy weapons for missile defense, but that threats from hypersonic missiles and enemy space denial efforts still require a lot of work. While all three areas have not been newly elevated on

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Chinese Air Force plans to expand presence in outer space  

Beijing (Sputnik) Nov 14, 2018 The Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force intends to increase its presence in space as part of a plan to create world-class strategic aviation, the Chinese Defense Ministry said in a statement. "At the first stage - until 2020 - [it is planned] to create strategic aviation, proceed with the construction of the strategic aviation's structure, which will have integrated capabilities in

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Russia blocked GPS data during NATO exercises: Norway  

Oslo (AFP) Nov 13, 2018 Oslo on Tuesday pointed a finger squarely at Russia, accusing it of jamming GPS signals in Norway's Far North when it hosted NATO's massive exercises in October and early November. "We know that jamming was observed between October 19 and November 7, originating from Russian ground forces in (the) Kola" peninsula, a region of northwestern Russia close to Norway, the Norwegian defence ministr

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



Trump says N.Korea missile work 'normal'  

Washington (AFP) Nov 13, 2018 President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the United States was aware of undeclared North Korean missile bases revealed by US researchers but insisted all was fine. "We fully know about the sites being discussed, nothing new - and nothing happening out of the normal," Trump, who is seeking a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, wrote on Twitter. "I will be the first to let

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2018-11-15 10:14:33



A cold Super-Earth just 6 light years away at Barnard's Star  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 An international group of astronomers, involving the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA) in Heidelberg, has succeeded in detecting a planet around Barnard's star, which is only six lightyears away. The planet has just over three times the mass of Earth and is slightly colder than Saturn. The discovery was made by measuring the periodic change in the radial velocity of the parent star

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2018-11-14 20:41:49



India launches GSLV-3 carrying GSAT-29  

Sriharikota, India (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 GSLV MkIII-D2, the second developmental flight of GSLV MkIII successfully launched GSAT-29, a high throughput communication satellite at 5.08 pm IST on November 14, 2018 from the Second Launch Pad(SLP) at Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. GSLV-Mk III which is three-stage vehicle with two solid motor strap-ons, a liquid propellant core stage and a cryogenic stage, is capable of

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2018-11-14 20:41:49



First supply trip to space since Soyuz failure poised to launch  

Washington (AFP) Nov 14, 2018 A US spaceship loaded with supplies for the International Space Station is poised to launch Thursday, marking the first such trip since a Soyuz rocket carrying two people failed last month. At the last moment, NASA added some extra supplies for the three orbiting scientists, just in case. The next Soyuz launch, with three more astronauts on board - one Russian, one Canadian and one Americ

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



NASA wants people on Mars within 25 years  

Washington (AFP) Nov 13, 2018 Deadly radiation from the cosmos, potential vision loss, and atrophying bones are just some of the challenges scientists must overcome before any future astronaut can set foot on Mars, experts and top NASA officials said Tuesday. The US space agency believes it can put humans on the Red Planet within 25 years, but the technological and medical hurdles are immense. "The cost of solving th

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



Cells require background levels of radiation for normal growth  

Daytona Beach FL (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 Research by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Dr. Hugo Castillo that challenges conventional thinking about the impacts of low-level radiation exposure has drawn international attention from other scientists - and from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Castillo, professor of microbiology in the Aerospace Physiology program at Embry-Riddle, was a collaborator on the Low Background R

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Evidence for ancient glaciation on Pluto  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 A letter authored by SETI Institute scientist Oliver White was published by Nature Astronomy today. Co-authors included researchers Jeff Moore, Tanguy Bertrand and Kimberly Ennico at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley. The letter "Washboard and Fluted Terrains on Pluto as Evidence for Ancient Glaciation" focuses on these distinctive landscapes that border the vast nitrogen ice p

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



NASA's OSIRIS-REx executes fourth asteroid approach maneuver  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft executed its fourth Asteroid Approach Maneuver (AAM-4) yesterday. The spacecraft fired its Attitude Control System (ACS) thrusters to slow the spacecraft from approximately 0.31 mph (0.14 m/sec) to 0.10 mph (0.04 m/sec). The ACS thrusters are capable of velocity changes as small as 0.02 mph (0.01 m/sec). The mission team will continue to examine telemetry

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



3D Printing, Virtual Reality, Simulated Stardust and More Headed to Orbiting Lab  

Houston TX (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 The Northrop Grumman Cygnus resupply flight 10 (CRS-10) is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station in mid-November. The craft's cargo includes several tons of crew supplies and science experiments ranging from 3D printing and recycling to simulating the creation of celestial bodies from stardust. Read more about some of the science NG CRS-10 delivers to the space station:

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Atmospheric opacity over Opportunity drops to storm-free levels  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Nov 14, 2018 The global dust storm on Mars has ended and atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover site has dropped to a storm-free level of 0.8. Since loss of signal on Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018), 253 recovery commands have been radiated. No signal from Opportunity has been heard. Opportunity likely experienced a low-power fault, a mission clock fault and an up-loss timer fault. The team has been l

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Lunar Outpost unveils lunar resource prospecting rover  

Boulder CO (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 Lunar Outpost, a space technology startup developing enabling technologies for a sustained presence on the Lunar surface, announced their Lunar Prospector designed to search for and map the Moon's natural resources. The first Prospector was demonstrated driving and drilling in Lunar regolith simulant at the Colorado School of Mines' new Lunar testbed facility in the Earth Mechanics Institu

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



Gaia spots a 'ghost' galaxy next door  

Cambridge UK (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 The Gaia satellite has spotted an enormous 'ghost' galaxy lurking on the outskirts of the Milky Way. An international team of astronomers, including from the University of Cambridge, discovered the massive object when trawling through data from the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite. The object, named Antlia 2 (or Ant 2), has avoided detection until now thanks to its extremely low dens

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New horizon for space transportation services  

Paris (ESA) Nov 14, 2018 ESA reaches out to encourage open innovation and offer support. A global response to ESA's call for ideas on new space transportation services has resulted in 79 proposals of which 41 were considered eligible for expert advice from ESA. This call for ideas is part of an overall initiative within ESA to provide tools necessary to identify and promote innovation within the European space sec

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Observatory joins Ceph Foundation to advance open source storage  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 Yesterday in Berlin SARAO joined 30 other members in the establishment of the Ceph Foundation, to manage the massive growth in data and information generated from cloud, container and artificial intelligence applications. The Linux Foundation, a non-profit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced that over 30 global technology leaders are forming a new foundatio

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



Chinese satellites provide advanced solutions to modeling small particles  

Nanjing, China (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 The assimilation of aerosol optical depth (AOD) observational data from the Chinese satellite Fengyun-3A (FY-3A) can significantly improve the ability to model aerosol mass, according to Prof. Jinzhong MIN, Vice President at Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. Prof. MIN and his team - a group of researchers from the Key Laboratory of Meteorological Disaster of the Min

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



Colonizing Mars means contaminating Mars  

Nashville TN (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 The closest place in the universe where extraterrestrial life might exist is Mars, and human beings are poised to attempt to colonize this planetary neighbor within the next decade. Before that happens, we need to recognize that a very real possibility exists that the first human steps on the Martian surface will lead to a collision between terrestrial life and biota native to Mars. If the

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



Giant mirror-coating chamber arrives on Cerro Pachon  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 The coating chamber for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) arrived on the summit of Cerro Pachon today, safely completing a 15-week journey from Deggendorf, Germany, where it was constructed. The 128-ton coating chamber is the largest single piece of equipment to arrive at the LSST observatory site to date and will soon be joined by the telescope mount assembly (TMA), from Spain, and the

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2018-11-14 18:39:58



How Earth volcanoes offer a window into the evolution of life and the solar system  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 14, 2018 Violent and destructive, active volcanoes ought to be feared and avoided. Yet, these geological cauldrons expose the pulse of many planets and moons, offering clues to how these bodies evolved from chemical soups to the complex systems of gases and rocks we see today. Unearthing these clues is what motivates planetary scientists from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Marylan

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China releases smart solution for verifying reliability of space equipment components  

Beijing (XNA) Nov 13, 2018 The Technology and Engineering Center for Space Utilization (CSU) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences released a smart solution for verifying the operational reliability of space equipment components on Friday. The selection of space equipment components involves reliability verification, data collection, transmission and comparison. The smart solution will help shorten the time to

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



ESA's 25 years of telecom: the beginning  

Paris (ESA) Nov 13, 2018 As ESA's umbrella programme for telecom, ARTES, celebrates its 25th year, we will be examining why it was set up, how it and the European satcom environment have evolved, the opportunities and challenges that both face today, and what the future holds. The early nineties were a transformative time in the European space sector. The geopolitical scene had changed dramatically in a few

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



Slow death of nearby galaxy  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 Astronomers from CSIRO and The Australian National University have witnessed, in the finest detail ever, the slow death of a neighbouring dwarf galaxy, which is gradually losing its power to form stars. The new peer-reviewed study of the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), which is a tiny fraction of the size and mass of the Milky Way galaxy, uses images taken with CSIRO's powerful Australian SK

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



SOFIA unravels the mysterious formation of star clusters  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 The sun, like all stars, was born in a giant cold cloud of molecular gas and dust. It may have had dozens or even hundreds of stellar siblings - a star cluster - but these early companions are now scattered throughout our Milky Way galaxy. Although the remnants of this particular creation event have long since dispersed, the process of star birth continues today within our galaxy and beyond. Sta

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Macron snubs US arms in defence spat with Trump  

Paris (AFP) Nov 11, 2018 Europe should not spend higher defence budgets on US-made weapons, French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview due to air Sunday, after a defence row with President Donald Trump. One of dozens of world leaders attending World War I commemorations in France this weekend, Trump tweeted after landing in Paris that Macron's call for a "real European army" was "insulting". In an int

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



US Project Thor would fire tungsten poles at targets from outer space  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Nov 12, 2018 As the threat of space-based weapons - and treaties to limit them - occupies an increasingly large part of defense spending and international competition, nations have sought loopholes in existing treaties to get a leg up on their opponents, including placing kinetic energy weapons in orbit. The US Air Force's "Project Thor" revives a dream weapons manufacturers have had since the dawn of

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Flow units: Dynamic defects in metallic glasses  

Beijing, China (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 In a crystal, structural defects such as dislocations or twins are well defined and largely determine the mechanical and other properties. These defects can be easily identified as the broken long-range atomic order. However, the lack of a periodic microstructure makes the searching of similar structural defects a difficult task in amorphous materials. Recent studies found that amorphous m

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



A two-atom quantum duet  

Seoul, South Korea (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 Researchers at the Center for Quantum Nanoscience (QNS) within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) achieved a major breakthrough in shielding the quantum properties of single atoms on a surface. The scientists used the magnetism of single atoms, known as spin, as a basic building block for quantum information processing. The researchers could show that by packing two atoms closely together the

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



Raytheon tapped for SM-3 Block IIA missile guidance systems  

Washington (UPI) Nov 9, 2018 Raytheon Missile Systems is being awarded $74.8 million for procurement of guidance systems for the Standard Missile-3 Block IIA anti-ballistic missile interceptor. The modification to an existing contract for the SM-3 IIA, announced Thursday by the Department of Defense, will provide for Guidance Electronics Unit,or GEU, Phase III procurement along with testing,qualification and integr

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2018-11-13 12:31:12



Improving Alignment and Testing of Earth Observation Satellites  

Guildford, UK (SPX) Nov 13, 2018 Optical Surfaces Ltd. has received an order from Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) for two high precision reference mirrors to accelerate the precise alignment and testing of their Earth Observation Satellite Telescopes. Based in Guildford, UK, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) manufacture and operate small to medium sized satellites, covering a range of use cases, from tele

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How to drive a robot on Mars  

Greenbelt MD (AFP) Nov 12, 2018 Some 78 million miles (126 million kilometers) from Earth, alone on the immense and frigid Red Planet, a robot the size of a small 4x4 wakes up just after sunrise. And just as it has every day for the past six years, it awaits its instructions. Around 9:30 Mars time, a message arrives from California, where it was sent 15 minutes earlier. "Drive forward 10 meters, turn to an azimuth of 4

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2018-11-13 12:31:11



Democrat takeover of House casts doubt on Space Force future  

Washington (UPI) Nov 9, 2018 With the results of this week's midterms leading to a shake-up in the House Armed Services Committee, the future of President Trump's proposed Space Force branch is looking increasingly uncertain. With the Democrats taking control of the House and Republicans building on their majority in the Senate, the possibility of budgetary gridlock on military spending has become more likely.

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Ball Aerospace receives $255M from Air Force for microwave satellite  

Washington (UPI) Nov 9, 2018 Ball Aerospace & Technologies has been awarded $255.4 million by the U.S. Air Force for development and manufacturing of the Weather System Follow-on Microwave Space Vehicle 1. The contract, announced Thursday by the Department of Defense, is an option exercised under an existing contract, with work expected to continue through January 2023. Air Force fiscal 2018 research, develo

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Canadian voice of Hal in '2001: A Space Odyssey' dies  

Ottawa (AFP) Nov 12, 2018 Douglas Rain, the Canadian actor who voiced vengeful supercomputer HAL 9000 in Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey," a precursor of artificial intelligence in smartphones, has died. He was 90. According to the Stratford Festival, a repertory theatre festival of which he was a founding member, Rain died in hospital near Toronto of natural causes Sunday morning. "Canadian theatre has

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2018-11-13 12:31:11



First Angara A5V Heavy-Class Rocket Launch to Take Place in 2026 - Roscosmos  

Moscow (Sputnik) Nov 13, 2018 The first heavy-lift Angara A5V carrier rocket equipped with a hydrogen space tug will be launched from the Vostochny space center in Russia's Far East in 2026, Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said on Sunday. The rocket's launch was initially set to take place in 2027, according to the Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center. "On Vostochny [space center]... 2026 - the be

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2018-11-13 12:31:11



Market for 3,300 satellites worth $284 Billion over next decade  

Paris, France (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 According to the 21st edition of its report Satellites to be Built and Launched over the Next 10 Years, Euroconsult anticipates that 330 satellites with a mass over 50 kg will be launched on average each year by 2027 for government agencies and commercial organizations worldwide. This is a threefold increase over the past decade as the satellite market experiences a paradigm shift with the

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2018-11-12 12:24:15



Rocket Lab reaches orbit again, deploys more satellites  

Auckland, New Zealand (SPX) Nov 11, 2018 Rocket Lab has continued the success of its 2018 orbital launch program with the launch of seven payloads to orbit today. The mission, named 'It's Business Time,' marks Rocket Lab's second successful orbital launch and deployment of customer satellites. Rocket Lab's Electron launch vehicle lifted-off from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula at 16:50 on 11 November NZDT (03:50

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2018-11-11 12:42:25



Fleet Space Technologies' first satellites launched by Rocket Lab  

Mahia Peninsula, New Zealand (SPX) Nov 11, 2018 Fleet Space Technologies' first two satellites, Proxima I and II, were launched todau onboard Rocket Lab's manifest, It's Business Time. This launch marks Australia's first ever commercial CubeSats in orbit. The launch of the two CubeSats at Launch Complex-1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula represent a huge step forward for Fleet Space Technologies' mission to build Earth's digital nervous

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Cosmonauts to perform spacewalk to examine hole in Soyuz hull on December 11  

Moscow (Sputnik) Nov 12, 2018 Russian cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Oleg Kononenko will perform a spacewalk to examine a hole in the hull of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft docked to the International Space Station (ISS) on 11 December, the Russian space agency Roscosmos told Sputnik on Saturday. "The extravehicular activity of the Russian cosmonauts is scheduled for Dec. 11," the agency's spokesman said noting that the s

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



NASA Chief, Russian Envoy discuss US-Russian space cooperation  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Nov 12, 2018 NASA Administrator James Bridenstine said in a statement that he discussed US-Russia space cooperation with Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov. "I was pleased to host Russian Federation Ambassador Anatoly Antonov [today] for a courtesy meeting at NASA Headquarters to discuss the important space cooperation between our two countries," Bridenstine said in a Twitter messa

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



BFR Spawns New Mars TV Series with Homesteading and Profiteers  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Nov 11, 2018 Hollywood, California, November 8, 2018 (SPX) Then the screen thundered as space is understood to require brute force to get there. Then the complexities of living on Mars is brought too life in a new twisted use of scripted, news reels and documessaging. Ron Howard's injection into the storyline seems to be an unleashing of curiosity of what Mars homesteading could really be like. The ability t

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Scientists capture the sound of sunrise on Mars  

Chelmsford UK (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 Scientists have created the soundtrack of the 5,000th Mars sunrise captured by the robotic exploration rover, Opportunity, using data sonification techniques to create a two-minute piece of music. Researchers created the piece of music by scanning a picture from left to right, pixel by pixel, and looking at brightness and colour information and combining them with terrain elevation. They u

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Oxia Planum favoured for ExoMars surface mission  

Paris (ESA) Nov 12, 2018 The ExoMars Landing Site Selection Working Group has recommended Oxia Planum as the landing site for the ESA-Roscosmos rover and surface science platform that will launch to the Red Planet in 2020. The proposal will be reviewed internally by ESA and Roscosmos with an official confirmation expected mid-2019. At the heart of the ExoMars programme is the quest to determine if life has e

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Landing site selected for UK's ExoMars rover in 2021  

London, UK (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 A group of scientists and engineers in Leicester has recommended Oxia Planum as the best landing site for the British-built Mars rover. Due to land in 2021, the ExoMars rover will be the first of its kind to travel across the Martian surface and drill down to determine if evidence of life is buried underground. Dr. Graham Turnock, Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency said: "After t

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Dawn falls silent as a successful mission comes to an end  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 An extraordinary mission has drawn to an end, after the NASA space probe Dawn fell silent on 31 October. On 27 September 2007, Dawn set off to explore the asteroid Vesta and the dwarf planet Ceres, which are located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. On board was a German camera system that the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) helped to develo

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Sandwich structure of nanocrystals as quantum light source  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 Some materials spontaneously emit light if they are excited by an external source, for instance a laser. This phenomenon is known as fluorescence. However, in several gases and quantum systems a much stronger emission of light can occur, when the emitters within an ensemble spontaneously synchronize their quantum mechanical phase with each other and act together when excited. In this way,

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



OpenForests launches the forest project platform explorer.land  

Krefeld, Germany (SPX) Nov 12, 2018 OpenForests (an innovative German forest consulting and tech company, just released the explorer.land platform. The interactive map-based platform is designed to present forest and landscape projects and tell their stories while connecting like-minded organizations and stakeholders from around the world. "We believe that explorer.land will cause a substantial para

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Windy with a chance of magnetic storms - space weather science with cluster  

Paris (ESA) Nov 12, 2018 Space weather is no abstract concept - it may happen in space, but its effects on Earth can be significant. To help better forecast these effects, ESA's Cluster mission, a quartet of spacecraft that was launched in 2000, is currently working to understand how our planet is connected to its magnetic environment, and unravelling the complex relationship between the Earth and its parent star.

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'No plans' for new US missiles in Europe despite treaty pullout  

Brussels (AFP) Nov 8, 2018 The US has "no plans" to deploy new missiles to Europe, a senior official said Thursday, despite announcing it will pull out of a landmark nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. Last month's decision by President Donald Trump, to terminate US participation in the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) sparked alarm from some European countries and warnings from the Kremlin of a new

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Berlin to press China on 'space, robotic weapons' rules  

Berlin (Sputnik) Nov 09, 2018 While China is not a signatory to the INF treaty, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas certainly hopes he will be able to drag Beijing into new agreements that will curb military development. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas told Die Welt newspaper that he is going to press China to adopt tighter arms control measures during the upcoming meetings in Beijing, citing the need to curb the dev

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China steps up drone race with stealth aircraft  

Zhuhai, China (AFP) Nov 9, 2018 China is unleashing stealth drones and pilotless aircraft fitted with AK-47 rifles onto world markets, racing to catch up to US technology and adding to a fleet that has already seen combat action in the Middle East. Combat drones were among the jet fighters, missiles and other military hardware shown off this week at Airshow China, the country's biggest aerospace industry exhibition. A

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World's first 'Quantum' compass will supersede GPS  

London (Sputnik) Nov 12, 2018 After millions of pounds of funding from the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) under the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, British scientists have constructed what they claim to be humanity's first quantum 'compass,' a navigational device independent of the satellite-based Global Positioning System (GPS). The instrument, built by scientists at the Imperial College in London, England,

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2018-11-11 08:16:17



Spaceflight arranges launch of 12 satellites aboard India's PSLV C43  

Seattle WA (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 Spaceflight, the leading satellite rideshare and mission management provider, reports it will launch 12 spacecraft in November from India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). Payloads aboard the mission include Fleet Space Technologies' Centauri I, Harris Corporation's HSAT, Spire's LEMUR satellites, and BlackSky's Global-1 microsatellite. 'In addition to securing capacity aboard the l

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



NASA looks to university researchers for innovative space tech solutions  

Washington DC (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 University-led research could transform the future of space exploration, from small spacecraft to "smart" systems for the Moon, Mars and beyond. NASA has selected 14 proposals for the study of innovative, early stage technologies that address high-priority needs of America's space program. The universities will work on their proposed research and development projects for up to three years

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Cosmic Detective Work: Why We Care About Space Rocks  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Nov 08, 2018 The entire history of human existence is a tiny blip in our solar system's 4.5-billion-year history. No one was around to see planets forming and undergoing dramatic changes before settling in their present configuration. In order to understand what came before us - before life on Earth and before Earth itself - scientists need to hunt for clues to that mysterious distant past. Those clues

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Computer on Russian segment of ISS rebooted after glitch  

Moscow (Sputnik) Nov 09, 2018 A computer on the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS) has been rebooted after a glitch, Russia's Roscosmos chief Rogozin said on Thursday. "The computer at the ISS was rebooted at 12:04:50 Moscow time [09:04:50 GMT]. Triple-channel configuration has been restored," Russia's State Space Corporation Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin wrote on Twitter. Rogozin statement

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Astronomers unveil growing black holes in colliding galaxies  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Peering through thick walls of gas and dust surrounding the messy cores of merging galaxies, astronomers are getting their best view yet of close pairs of supermassive black holes as they march toward coalescence into mega black holes. A team of researchers led by Michael Koss of Eureka Scientific Inc., in Kirkland, Washington, performed the largest survey of the cores of nearby galaxies i

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Turbulence in space might solve astrophysical mystery  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Nov 06, 2018 Contrary to what many people believe, outer space is not empty. In addition to an electrically charged soup of ions and electrons known as plasma, space is permeated by magnetic fields with a wide range of strengths. Astrophysicists have long wondered how those fields are produced, sustained, and magnified. Now, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics L

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



CERTAIN program uses NextNav's 3D geolocation technology (mbs) for urban drone operations  

Sunnyvale CA (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 NextNav, the pioneer in 3D geolocation services, reports that its Metropolitan Beacon System (MBS) service has been accepted for use by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). NASA will use NextNav's MBS network as part of its CERTAIN (City Environment for Range Testing of Autonomous Integrated Navigation) facilities at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA. CERTAIN s

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Spacetime - a creation of well-known actors?  

Moscow, Poland (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 Most physicists believe that the structure of spacetime is formed in an unknown way in the vicinity of the Planck scale, i.e. at distances close to one trillionth of a trillionth of a metre. However, careful considerations undermine the unambiguity of this prediction. There are quite a few arguments in favour of the fact that the emergence of spacetime may occur as a result of processes taking p

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Multimessenger links to NASA's Fermi Mission show how luck favors the prepared  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 09, 2018 In 2017, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope played a pivotal role in two important breakthroughs occurring just five weeks apart. But what might seem like extraordinary good luck is really the product of research, analysis, preparation and development extending back more than a century. On Aug. 17, 2017, Fermi detected the first light ever seen from a source of gravitational waves - ri

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



DARPA Names Potential Sites for Launch Challenge, Eighteen Teams Prequalify  

Washington DC (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 DARPA has narrowed the potential launch locations for the DARPA Launch Challenge to eight, with options for both vertical and horizontal launch. The challenge will culminate in late 2019 with two separate launches to low Earth orbit within weeks of each other from two different sites. Competitors will receive information about the final launch sites, payloads, and targeted orbit in the wee

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Far fewer lakes below the East Antarctic Ice Sheet than previously believed  

Bremerhaven, Germany (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 AWI researchers recently assessed subglacial lakes detected by satellite, and found very little water. But if that's the case, what is the source of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet's massive ice streams? In the course of an extensive Antarctic expedition, researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) recently investigated several lakes bene

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Dry conditions may have helped a new type of plant gain a foothold on Earth  

Philadelphia PA (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 In the dramatically changing conditions of ancient Earth, organisms had to evolve new strategies to keep up. From the mid-Oligocene, roughly 30 million years ago, to the mid-to-late Miocene, about 5 million years ago, carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere fell by a roughly a third. This same period saw the emergence of a new form of photosynthesis in a subset of plants, the C4 pathway.

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



A New Hope: GEDI to Yield 3D Forest Carbon Map  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 A new NASA laser instrument set to launch to the International Space Station in December will help scientists create the first three-dimensional map of the world's temperate and tropical forests. The Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation, or GEDI, is scheduled to launch on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket. From the station, GEDI's advanced laser technology will reveal the three-dimensional structure o

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Natural climate variability explains almost half of Arctic sea ice loss  

Washington DC (UPI) Nov 06, 2018 Manmade climate change alone doesn't explain the dramatic loss of sea ice in the Arctic. According to new analysis by scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, natural climate variability has accelerated Arctic sea ice loss over the last several decades. Researchers used a variety of climate models and an analytical method known as "fingerprinting" to determine which factors

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Scientists shuffle the deck to create materials with new quantum behaviors  

Ames IA (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Layered transition metal dichalcogenides or TMDCs - materials composed of metal nanolayers sandwiched between two other layers of chalcogens - have become extremely attractive to the research community due to their ability to exfoliate into 2D single layers. Similar to graphene, they not only retain some of the unique properties of the bulk material, but also demonstrate direct-gap semicon

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2018-11-09 11:15:29



Scientists theorize new origin story for Earth's water  

Washington DC (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Earth's water may have originated from both asteroidal material and gas left over from the formation of the Sun, according to new research. The new finding could give scientists important insights about the development of other planets and their potential to support life. In a new study in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, a journal of the American Geophysical Union, researcher

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



ESA's gravity-mapper reveals relics of ancient continents under Antarctic ice  

Paris (ESA) Nov 08, 2018 It was five years ago this month that ESA's GOCE gravity-mapping satellite finally gave way to gravity, but its results are still yielding buried treasure - giving a new view of the remnants of lost continents hidden deep under the ice sheet of Antarctica. A research team from Germany's Kiel University and the British Antarctic Survey published their latest GOCE-based findings this week in

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Five Months Since We Received A Signal From Opportunity  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Nov 08, 2018 The global dust storm on Mars has ended and atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover site hovers around a typical seasonal value between 1.0 and 1.2. No signal from Opportunity has been heard since Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018). Opportunity likely experienced a low-power fault, a mission clock fault and an up-loss timer fault. The team has been listening for the rover over a broad range o

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Embry-Riddle, Florida Tech Collaborate on Spaceflight Research  

Daytona Beach FL (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 With the common goal of improving human performance inside spacecraft, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Florida Institute of Technology have announced a year-long collaboration on research involving spaceflight. The joint effort involves Embry-Riddle's S.U.I.T. (Spacesuit Utilization of Innovative Technology) Lab at Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus and principal investigator Dr.

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



From Quantum Optics to Increased Risk Posture: Student Innovations at NASA  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Throughout space, hundreds of satellites are orbiting Earth and other celestial planets, continuously collecting data about the vast universe. Communicating with these satellites is a complex and evolving challenge. As the U.S. prepares for human travel to the Moon and beyond and NASA missions venture farther into the universe than ever before, the Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



New report details security concerns in outer space  

Waterloo, Canada (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 Key findings of a new report point to deteriorating security conditions in outer space in the absence of renewed governance efforts. Space Security Index 2018 tracks developments under 18 indicators related to four aspects of the security of outer space: environmental sustainability, access to and use of space, technologies for space security, and space governance. Project manager Dr

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Lockheed Martin integrates advanced radar system with unmanned aerostat  

Akron OH (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 Lockheed Martin completed the successful integration of a Telephonics RDR-1700B radar onto a 74K aerostat for land and sea missions. This latest milestone follows Lockheed Martin's successful integration of various payloads including radar sensors from Telephonics, Leonardo and Northrop Grumman as well as electro-optic / infra-red cameras from L-3 Wescam. "The integration of the Telephonic

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



A faster, cheaper path to fusion energy  

Portland OR (SPX) Nov 06, 2018 Scientists are working to dramatically speed up the development of fusion energy in an effort to deliver power to the electric grid soon enough to help mitigate impacts of climate change. The arrival of a breakthrough technology - high-temperature superconductors, which can be used to build magnets that produce stronger magnetic fields than previously possible - could help them achieve this goal

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Ozone hole in northern hemisphere to recover completely by 2030  

Washington (UPI) Nov 5, 2018 Scientists expect the Northern hemisphere and mid-latitude ozone holes to be completely repaired some time in the 2030s, according to the first assessment of the ozone hole since 2014. The study, "Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2018," published Monday by the United Nations and the World Meteorological Organization, highlighted the decrease of ozone-depleting substances as the

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Flying focus: Controlling lasers through time and space  

Portland OR (SPX) Nov 06, 2018 Scientists have produced an extremely bright spot of light that can travel at any speed - including faster than the speed of light. Researchers have found a way to use this concept, called "flying focus," to move an intense laser focal point over long distances at any speed. Their technique includes capturing some of the fastest movies ever recorded. A "flying focus" combines a lens that f

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Cosmic fountain offers clues to how galaxies evolve  

Cardiff UK (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 Galaxy evolution can be chaotic and messy, but it seems that streams of cold gas spraying out from the region around supermassive black holes may act to calm the storm. This is according to an international team of scientists who have provided the first clear and compelling evidence of this process in action. Using the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array (ALMA) of telescopes

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Astronomers get best view yet of supermassive black holes in colliding galaxies  

Maunakea HI (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Two galaxies, drawn together by the force of gravity, are merging into a tangled mass of dense gas and dust. Structure is giving way to chaos, but hiding behind this messy cloud of material are two supermassive black holes, nestled at the center of each of the galaxies, that are now excitingly close, giving astronomers the best view yet of the pair marching toward coalescence into one mega black

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Aging a Flock of Stars in the Wild Duck Cluster  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Do star clusters harbor many generations of stars or just one? Scientists have long searched for an answer and, thanks to the University of Arizona's MMT telescope, found one in the Wild Duck Cluster, where stars spin at different speeds, disguising their common age. In a partnership between the UA and the Korean Astronomy and Space Science Institute, a team of Korean and Belgian astronome

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Parker Solar Probe Reports Good Status After Close Solar Approach  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 08, 2018 Parker Solar Probe is alive and well after skimming by the Sun at just 15 million miles from our star's surface. This is far closer than any spacecraft has ever gone - the previous record was set by Helios B in 1976 and broken by Parker on Oct. 29 - and this maneuver has exposed the spacecraft to intense heat and solar radiation in a complex solar wind environment. "Parker Solar Probe was

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



General Atomics awarded Reaper strike drone production contract  

Washington DC (UPI) Nov 06, 2018 The U.S. Air Force has awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems a $263.4 million contract for production of the MQ-9 Reaper surveillance and strike drone. Production on the contract, announced Monday by the Department of Defense, will consist of the fiscal 2018 production configuration Reaper, with Air Force fiscal 2017 and 2018 aircraft procurement funding in the full amount being

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2018-11-08 14:14:58



Scientists push back against Harvard 'alien spacecraft' theory  

Tampa (AFP) Nov 6, 2018 A scientific paper led by two researchers at Harvard University made a splash this week by claiming that a cigar-shaped rock zooming through our solar system may have been sent by aliens. The researchers noted in a pre-print of the article that it was an "exotic scenario," but that "Oumuamua may be a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth vicinity by an alien civilization."

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



Europe's third polar-orbiting weather satellite lofted into orbit  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Nov 07, 2018 The third MetOp satellite, MetOp-C, has been launched on a Soyuz rocket from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana to continue the provision of data for weather forecasting from polar orbit. Carrying the 4083 kg MetOp-C satellite, the Soyuz rocket lifted off on 7 November at 00:47 GMT (01:47 CET). Some 60 minutes later Soyuz's upper stage delivered MetOp-C into orbit and contact was es

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



Enhanced views of Earth tectonics  

London, UK (SPX) Nov 06, 2018 Scientists from Germany's Kiel University and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have used data from the European Space Agency (ESA), Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) mission to unveil key geological features of the Earth's lithosphere - the rigid outer layer that includes the crust and the upper mantle. Published this week in the journal Scientific Reports the

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



Aboard the first spacecraft to the Trojan asteroids  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 Ralph, one of NASA's most well-traveled space explorers, has voyaged far and accomplished much: on the New Horizons mission, Ralph obtained stunning flyby images of Jupiter and its moons; this was followed by a visit to Pluto where Ralph took the first high-definition pictures of the iconic minor planet. And, in 2021, Ralph journeys with the Lucy mission to Jupiter's Trojan asteroids. Ralp

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



NASA's ICON to explore boundary between Earth and Space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 Early in the morning of Nov. 7, 2018, NASA launches the Ionospheric Connection Explorer, or ICON, a spacecraft that will explore the dynamic region where Earth meets space: the ionosphere. Overlapping the farthest reaches of Earth's atmosphere and the very beginning of space, the ionosphere stretches roughly 50 to 400 miles above the surface. Solar radiation cooks tenuous gases there until

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



Physicists create new, simpler-than-ever quantum 'hard drive for light'  

Edmonton, Canada (SPX) Nov 06, 2018 Physicists at the University of Alberta in Canada have developed a new way to build quantum memories, a method for storing delicate quantum information encoded into pulses of light. "We've developed a new way to store pulses of light - down to the single-photon level - in clouds of ultracold rubidium atoms, and to later retrieve them, on-demand, by shining a 'control' pulse of light," said

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



NASA leads Urban Air Mobility 'Grand Challenge' discussion with industry  

Washington DC (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 NASA officials welcomed more than 400 participants with a stake in the future of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) to Seattle last week for a two-day gathering in which the agency presented its plans to host a series of Grand Challenges for the UAM community. Urban Air Mobility is defined as a safe and efficient system for passenger and cargo air transportation in and around an urban area. Several

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2018-11-07 07:51:28



Simulating hypersonic flow transitions from smooth to turbulent  

Chicago IL (SPX) Nov 07, 2018 To break out of Earth's lower orbit, hypersonic vehicles will need to reach speeds greater than 28000 kmh. At these speeds, the air particles and gases that flow around the vehicle and interact with the surfaces generate heat and create shock waves that disturb the flow's equilibrium. New research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign created a model to simulate and better understand

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2018-11-07 07:51:28






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