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Science suffers collateral damage as US, China tensions rise  

Beijing (AFP) June 18, 2019 A rise in US visa denials for Chinese academics and intensified scrutiny of alleged links to Beijing over fears of potential espionage are having a chilling effect on long-standing research collaboration, researchers say. American and Chinese scientists have co-authored thousands of papers each year, far outpacing the output from scientific collaborations between any other two nations, accor

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2019-06-18 03:59:43

Air Force tests hypersonic weapon aboard B-52 for first time  

Washington (UPI) Jun 14, 2019 For the first time, the U.S. Air Force successfully tested its hypersonic air-to-ground weapon on a B-52H Stratofortress bomber from Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. On Wednesday, a sensor-only prototype of the AGM-183A air launched rapid response weapon, or ARRW, was carried externally by a B-52 during the test to gather environmental and aircraft handling data, the U.S. Air Force said T

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2019-06-18 03:49:30

Globalsat Group granted licence to operate in Argentina by national regulator ENACOM  

Buenos Aires, Argentina (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 Globalsat Group, the leading pan American consortium providing a complete roster of satellite communications solutions across the western hemisphere, is pleased to announce that its Argentina affiliate has been authorized by the national telecommunications authority ENACOM to provide services throughout the second largest South American country. ?? The consortium has been fulfilling satell

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2019-06-18 03:43:45

Melting a satellite, a piece at a time  

Paris (ESA) Jun 18, 2019 Researchers took one of the densest parts of an Earth-orbiting satellite, placed it in a plasma wind tunnel then proceeded to melt it into vapour. Their goal was to better understand how satellites burn up during reentry, to minimise the risk of endangering anyone on the ground. Taking place as part of ESA's Clean Space initiative, the fiery testing occurred inside a plasma wind tunnel, re

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2019-06-18 03:14:31

Meteors explain Mars' cloud cover  

Washington (UPI) Jun 17, 2019 New research suggests the wispy clouds found 18 miles above the Marian surface are made of icy dust produced by meteors hitting the Red Planet's atmosphere. The findings - published Monday in the journal Nature Geoscience - are a reminder of the connection between space and atmospheric dynamics. "We're used to thinking of Earth, Mars and other bodies as these really self-contai

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2019-06-18 02:48:19

Materials informatics reveals new class of super-hard alloys  

Bethlehem PA (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 A new method of discovering materials using data analytics and electron microscopy has found a new class of extremely hard alloys. Such materials could potentially withstand severe impact from projectiles, thereby providing better protection of soldiers in combat. Researchers from Lehigh University describe the method and findings in an article, "Materials Informatics For the Screening of Multi-

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2019-06-18 02:38:28

Apollo-era tech built foundation, but private industry now leads space innovation  

Washington DC (UPI) Jun 18, 2019 Space travel technology may seem to have stalled since the Apollo and space shuttle eras, but private industry is now fueling rapid innovation. Reusable rockets, commercialized by SpaceX and under development by others in the last few years, have dramatically lowered the cost of reaching space, along with other advances. Lessons learned from 135 shuttle missions and almost 20 years at the

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2019-06-18 02:11:07

Viasat to become first commercial customer to launch aboard the Ariane 64  

Evry, France (SPX) Jun 18, 2019 Viasat and Arianespace, have reported a modification to their original ViaSat-3 satellite launch contract, signed in 2016. Under the new agreement, the two companies agreed to move the ViaSat-3 satellite from an Ariane 5 ECA launch vehicle to the next-generation Ariane 64 (A64) launcher. With this contract, Viasat will become the first commercial customer to commit to launch on the A64. Th

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2019-06-18 02:04:21

Supermicro high-performance systems support major scientific discovery and exploration even to distant galaxies  

Frankfurt, Germany (SPX) Jun 18, 2019 Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, supplies server and storage systems that deliver maximum performance to power major breakthroughs in a wide range of HPC applications including scientific research and space exploration. A recent example is the black hole images taken from a galaxy 55 mi

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2019-06-18 01:43:02

Sri Lanka joins global space age with first cube research satellite  

Colombo, Sri Lanka (Sputnik) Jun 18, 2019 Raavana-1 satellite was launched by the United States under the "Birds-3 satellite launch to International Space Station project." The project is a UN initiative to help countries launch their first satellites. India's neighbour Sri Lanka marked its entry into the global space age with the successful release of RAAVANA-1, the country's first cube research satellite, into orbit on Monday af

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2019-06-18 01:41:26

Compliant space mechanisms  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jun 18, 2019 Compliant mechanisms are flexible devices that transfer input forces and displacements to an output force and displacement at another location through elastic body deformation. In other words, these are monolithic (single piece) or jointless structures. Thus, there is no need for assembly. And, with no joints there is no rubbing or friction between two parts, unlike the traditional rigid b

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2019-06-18 01:41:05

Arianespace and ESA announce launch contract for JUICE mission  

Evry, France (SPX) Jun 18, 2019 Arianespace and the European Space Agency report the signature of a launch services contract with an Ariane launch vehicle for JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer). JUICE the JUpiter ICy moons Explorer - is the first large-class mission in ESA's Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme. Its mission is devoted to complete a unique tour of the Jupiter system. JUICE will spend at least three yea

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2019-06-18 01:35:54

Luxembourg Space Agency approves EUR 1 million grant to Kleos Space  

Luxembourg (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 Kleos Space reports that the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) has approved an additional EUR euro 1,000,000 financial grant (non-equity) support for data product development. Currently, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is home to approximately 50 space companies and research labs. The space sector's contribution to the nation's GDP is among the highest ratios in Europe. The country's exper

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2019-06-18 01:25:06

House committee includes funding for Space Corps in defense bill  

Washington (UPI) Jun 14, 2019 The House Armed Services Committee approved an amendment for funding in the defense spending bill for a Space Corps. The committee unanimously passed the measure after a one-hour debate. In a 21-hour markup session that ended late Thursday, the National Defense Authorization Act was passed by 33 votes to 24. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., offered the measure as Strategic Forces subcom

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2019-06-18 01:22:24

Politics, lack of support, funding have foiled US plans to return to moon  

Washington DC (UPI) Jun 18, 2019 Mankind's first steps on the moon a half-century ago were followed by three more years of lunar missions. And then, a standstill. Neither the United States nor any nation on Earth has sent a manned mission to the moon since NASA's Apollo 17 mission left in late 1972. While the space administration has periodically made plans to return, none have reached the operational phase. A large part

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2019-06-18 01:21:55

Rare 'Superflares' Could One Day Threaten Earth  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Astronomers probing the edges of the Milky Way have in recent years observed some of the most brilliant pyrotechnic displays in the galaxy: superflares. These events occur when stars, for reasons that scientists still don't understand, eject huge bursts of energy that can be seen from hundreds of light-years away. Until recently, researchers assumed that such explosions occurred mostly on

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2019-06-16 04:42:39

Earth's heavy metals result of supernova explosion, University of Guelph research reveals  

Guelph, Canada (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 That gold on your ring finger is stellar - and not just in a complimentary way. In a finding that may overthrow our understanding of where Earth's heavy elements such as gold and platinum come from, new research by a University of Guelph physicist suggests that most of them were spewed from a largely overlooked kind of star explosion far away in space and time from our planet. Some 8

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2019-06-16 04:12:32

Sydney rocketry students first Australians to compete in US challenge  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 A grueling year of intensive testing, planning and hard work has a team of budding rocket scientists over the moon. Next week, the University of Sydney Rocketry Team will be the first Australian team to attend and compete in the 2019 Spaceport America Cup, an annual university rocketry competition held in New Mexico. This year's competition has attracted over 100 university teams fro

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2019-06-16 04:11:19

The formative years: giant planets vs. brown dwarfs  

Hilo HI (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Based on preliminary results from a new Gemini Observatory survey of 531 stars with the Gemini Planet Imager (GPI), it appears more and more likely that large planets and brown dwarfs have very different roots. The GPI Exoplanet Survey (GPIES), one of the largest and most sensitive direct imaging exoplanet surveys to date, is still ongoing at the Gemini South telescope in Chile. "From our

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2019-06-16 03:55:38

NASA explores our changing freshwater world  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Water is so commonplace that we often take it for granted. But too much - or too little of it - makes NASA explores our changing freshwater worlds. Catastrophic flooding in the U.S. Midwest this spring has caused billions of dollars in damage and wreaked havoc with crops, after rain tipped off a mass melting of snow. Seven years of California drought so debilitating that it led to water ra

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2019-06-16 03:24:50

U.S. House committee rejects low-yield nukes in defense bill  

Washington (UPI) Jun 13, 2019 The House Armed Services Committee rejected two Republican amendments to the defense appropriations bill for additional funding and deployment of low-yield nuclear warheads. After a heated debate during markup of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act on Wednesday, the committee voted to reject the amendments in two 30-26 votes. Democrats hold a 31-26 majority on the panel.

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2019-06-16 03:12:17

How an Atomic Clock Will Get Humans to Mars on Time  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 17, 2019 NASA navigators are helping build a future where spacecraft could safely and autonomously fly themselves to destinations like the Moon and Mars. Navigators today tell a spacecraft where to go by calculating its position from Earth and sending the location data to space in a two-way relay system that can take anywhere from minutes to hours to deliver directions. This method of navigation me

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2019-06-16 02:36:50

NASA to Partner with American Industry to Supply Artemis Moon Missions  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Jun 17, 2019 In the latest step in sending astronauts to the lunar surface within five years, NASA issued a draft solicitation June 14 to industry seeking comments for a future opportunity for American companies to deliver cargo and other supplies to the Gateway in lunar orbit. The first logistics service to the orbital outpost is expected to deliver science, cargo and other supplies in support of the

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2019-06-16 02:27:03

Space agencies come together  

Paris (ESA) Jun 17, 2019 On 14 June, President Hiroshi Yamakawa of JAXA was welcomed at the 282nd meeting of the ESA Council - the Agency's governing body - held at ESA's Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany. For decades, the European Space Agency and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA, have worked in close collaboration to better understand our Universe. From Earth observation missions to space

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2019-06-16 02:17:21

Giant planets orbiting sun-like stars may be rare  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 The Gemini Planet Imager (GPI), a dedicated planet-finding instrument at the Gemini South telescope in Chile, is concluding a 4-year survey - the GPI Exoplanet Survey (GPIES) - of 531 young, nearby stars searching for giant planets. Analysis of half of the survey data to be published in The Astronomical Journal suggests that giant planets orbiting Sun-like stars, slightly more massive than Jupit

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2019-06-16 02:09:30

Cassini reveals new sculpting in Saturn rings  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 17, 2019 As NASA's Cassini dove close to Saturn in its final year, the spacecraft provided intricate detail on the workings of Saturn's complex rings, new analysis shows. Although the mission ended in 2017, science continues to flow from the data collected. A new paper published June 13 in Science describes results from four Cassini instruments taking their closest-ever observations of the main rin

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2019-06-16 01:51:47

NASA renames street for 'hidden' black women mathematicians  

Washington (AFP) June 13, 2019 NASA has renamed the street outside its Washington headquarters to honor three black female mathematicians whose pioneering work on the agency's early space program was chronicled in the film "Hidden Figures". Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson provided pivotal contributions to space flight research from the 1940s through to the 1960s, when the United States first sent men t

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2019-06-16 01:39:07

The Mast is raised for NASA's Mars 2020 rover  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 17, 2019 In this image, taken on June 5, 2019, engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, take a moment after attaching the remote sensing mast to the Mars 2020 rover in the Spacecraft Assembly Facility's High Bay 1 clean room. Full integration of the mast - a process that includes installation of science instrument sensors, electrical wiring and checkout - continued int

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2019-06-16 01:09:40

Corps begins fielding mobile satellite communication system  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 The Corps recently began fielding a next-generation narrowband satellite communication system that assists warfighters in connecting to networks on the battlefield. Fielded in the first quarter of 2019, the Mobile User Objective System provides satellite communication capabilities to mobile or stationary Marines. The system enables the warfighter to leverage cellular technology to increase

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2019-06-14 11:16:27

SMOS joins forces with top weather forecasting system  

Paris (ESA) Jun 13, 2019 As of yesterday, 11 June 2019, measurements from ESA's SMOS mission are being fully integrated into ECMWF's forecasting system, allowing for a more accurate description of water content in soil. Since its launch in 2009, ESA's Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission has been providing global observations of emissions from Earth's surface, particularly soil moisture and ocean salini

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2019-06-14 11:14:23

Jupiter-like exoplanets found in sweet spot in most planetary systems  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 As planets form in the swirling gas and dust around young stars, there seems to be a sweet spot where most of the large, Jupiter-like gas giants congregate, centered around the orbit where Jupiter sits today in our own solar system. The location of this sweet spot is between 3 and 10 times the distance Earth sits from our Sun (3-10 astronomical units, or AU). Jupiter is 5.2 AU from our Sun

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2019-06-14 10:51:48

China's sparkling bioluminescent seas are glowing brighter  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Scientists have, for the first time, used satellites to track the bioluminescent plankton responsible for producing "blue tears" in China's coastal waters and found the sparkly creatures have become more abundant in recent years. Red Noctiluca scintillans are single-celled organisms found in coastal waters all over the world. Commonly known as sea sparkles, at night the organisms glow a br

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2019-06-14 10:48:25

India creates Defense Space Research Agency, plans July war game simulation  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jun 13, 2019 India's new Defense Space Agency (DSA) is preparing to conduct a "table-top" war game to explore the strengths and weaknesses of the country's growing and increasingly integrated space warfare capabilities. The news comes amid the establishment of a new dedicated space research agency. India's space agencies have taken off like a rocketship since the successful March 27 test of an anti-sat

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2019-06-14 10:20:03

India hopes to launch'very small' space station after 2022  

New Delhi (AFP) June 13, 2019 India plans to establish its own "very small" space station in the next decade as the country gears up for a first manned mission beyond earth. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief K. Sivan said Thursday that the ambitious project would follow a successful launch of a manned space flight scheduled by 2022. "Our space station is going to be very small... useful to carry out ex

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2019-06-14 09:15:58

NASA's Webb sunshield undergoes rocket fitting, more testing  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's spacecraft element, which consists of the observatory's spacecraft bus and the sunshield, was put in the same folded-up configuration that it will be in when mounted on atop a rocket for launch in 2021. Since Webb is too large to fit inside a rocket in its "deployed," or operational, form, it will be tested in its folded-up, or "stowed," launch configura

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2019-06-14 06:55:12

Procuring science at the speed we need at the AFRL  

Arlington VA (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Hot off the release of the new Science and Technology 2030 report, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is already making strides in improving its processes for managing research among its higher education and industry partners. The Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) - the basic research office of AFRL and a strong participant in its relationships with universities - jumpe

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2019-06-14 06:09:10

Uber eyes drones for food delivery, unveils new autonomous car  

Washington (AFP) June 12, 2019 Uber said Wednesday it plans to speed up restaurant meal delivery by using drones for its Uber Eats service, in the latest effort by the ride-hailing giant to disrupt the transport sector. At its Uber Elevate Summit, the company said it had regulatory approval to begin tests of delivering food by drone in the region of San Diego, California. "Our goal is to expand Uber Eats drone deliver

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2019-06-14 05:53:07

Chemists develop faster way to purify elements  

Washington (UPI) Jun 4, 2019 Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a faster way to purify elements. The breakthrough could help researchers discover new elements, reprocess nuclear fuel more efficiently and isolate actinium-225, an isotope with promise as a cancer treatment. The involved chemists described their new process this week in the Nature Communications. "Our propose

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2019-06-14 05:24:49

Crash with dark galaxy gave milky way ripples in outer disc  

Rochester NY (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 The newly discovered dark dwarf galaxy Antlia 2's collision with the Milky Way may be responsible for our galaxy's characteristic ripples in its outer disc, according to a study led by Rochester Institute of Technology Assistant Professor Sukanya Chakrabarti. The Antlia 2 dwarf galaxy was discovered from the second data release of the European Space Agency's Gaia mission, which aims to cha

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2019-06-14 03:39:30

Mapping our global human footprint  

Paris (ESA) Jun 13, 2019 The number of people flocking to cities in search of employment and better prospects is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2050, the global population is estimated to reach nine billion, 70% of which will be living in urban areas. The World Settlement Footprint 2015 (WSF-2015) is the first map, using mass collections of radar and optical satellite imagery, to provide a global overview of the w

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2019-06-14 03:08:51

NGO works as high seas sleuth to track illegal fishing  

Washington (AFP) June 13, 2019 From her desk in a building in downtown Washington, Lacey Malarky monitors fishing vessels that take advantage of the vastness of Earth's oceans to cheat in the belief that no one is watching. Malarky uses a website called Global Fishing Watch, which was launched by her employer, the NGO Oceana, with Google and a nonprofit called SkyTruth less than three years ago to trace where 70,000 fishi

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2019-06-14 03:07:49

After ASAT test, India inches closer to developing hypersonic cruise missile  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jun 13, 2019 In a significant development, India's state-funded Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) has conducted its first test of the Hypersonic Technology Demonstrator Vehicle (HSTDV) that will pave the way for the development of a hypersonic cruise missile which will have a speed of over Mach 6.5. It will have multiple civilian applications, including the launching of low-cost satellit

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2019-06-14 03:01:30

Used SpaceX rocket launches three Earth imaging satellites into orbit  

Washington (UPI) Jun 12, 2019 SpaceX used a previously launched rocket to carry a trio of Earth-observing satellites into space on Wednesday. In March, a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket was used to launch the SpaceX Demo-1 mission, the first orbital test of the Crew Dragon spacecraft. On Wednesday, the reusable rocket blasted-off from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base with a payload featuring three Canadian Space Age

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2019-06-13 04:51:30

Mars 2020 will blaze a trail for humans  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 13, 2019 When a female astronaut first sets foot on the Moon in 2024, the historic moment will represent a step toward another NASA first: eventually putting humans on Mars. NASA's latest robotic mission to the Red Planet, Mars 2020, aims to help future astronauts brave that inhospitable landscape. While the science goal of the Mars 2020 rover is to look for signs of ancient life - it will be the f

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2019-06-13 04:46:13

Xplore and the Arch Mission Foundation partner to fly Arch Libraries to space  

Seattle WA (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Xplore and the Arch Mission Foundation reports that the Xplore spacecraft will host specially designed Arch Libraries on its planned missions to the Moon, Mars, Venus and Near-Earth Asteroids starting in 2021. "Our civilization's knowledge is precious. Helping distribute Arch Libraries in space is an important way to secure this valuable data. The Xplore team is proud to host the Lunar Lib

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2019-06-13 04:17:33

Mission Control secures CSA grant to develop software for lunar exploration missions  

Ottawa, Canada (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Mission Control is excited to announce the support of the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for their ongoing development of Mission Control Software for the next generation of commercial space exploration missions. Through the Space Technology Development Program, the CSA will contribute $250k to the development of this technology which will help position Mission Control to participate in near term r

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2019-06-13 03:14:55

Lockheed Martin Delivers GPS III Contingency Operations  

Denver CO (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 The next step in modernizing the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite constellation with new technology and capabilities is happening from the ground up! On May 22, Lockheed Martin delivered the GPS III Contingency Operations (COps) software upgrade to the U.S. Air Force's current GPS ground control system. The upgrade will enable the Air Force to start commanding the new, next-genera

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2019-06-13 03:02:06

AI and high-performance computing extend evolution to superconductors  

Lemont IL (SPX) Jun 03, 2019 Materials by design: Argonne researchers use genetic algorithms for better superconductors. Owners of thoroughbred stallions carefully breed prizewinning horses over generations to eke out fractions of a second in million-dollar races. Materials scientists have taken a page from that playbook, turning to the power of evolution and artificial selection to develop superconductors that can tr

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2019-06-13 02:51:58

Aluminum is the new steel: NUST MISIS scientists made it stronger than ever before  

Moscow, Russia (SPX(SPX) Jun 03, 2019 Aluminum is one of the most promising materials for aeronautics and automobile industry. Scientists from the National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" found a simple and efficient way of strengthening aluminum-based composite materials. Doping aluminum melt with nickel and lanthanum, scientists managed to create a material combining benefits of both composite materials and stan

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2019-06-13 02:43:38

India unveils spacecraft for moon-landing mission  

Bangalore, India (AFP) June 12, 2019 India on Wednesday unveiled a spacecraft which is expected to take off for the moon next month, making the country only the fourth to achieve the feat. The mission is India's second to the moon, and if successful it will put the nation in the league of the US, the former Soviet Union and China. Named Chandrayaan-2, the craft is made up of an orbiter, a lander and a rover developed by the

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2019-06-13 02:24:59

Table salt compound spotted on Europa  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 13, 2019 A familiar ingredient has been hiding in plain sight on the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Using a visible-light spectral analysis, planetary scientists at Caltech and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, have discovered that the yellow color visible on portions of the surface of Europa is actually sodium chloride, a compound known on Earth as table salt, which is also th

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2019-06-13 02:02:39

Johnson-built device to help Mars 2020 rover search for signs of life  

Houston TX (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 Next summer, NASA is launching the Mars 2020 robotic rover to the Red Planet, loaded with equipment to search for signs that there once was life on Mars. One device, called the Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman and Luminescence for Organics and Chemicals (SHERLOC) instrument, will be used to detect chemicals on the Martian surface that are linked to the existence of life. To keep

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2019-06-13 01:53:29

Solar activity forecast for next decade favorable for exploration  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jun 13, 2019 The last astronauts of the Apollo program were lucky. Not just because they were chosen to fly to the Moon, but because they missed some really bad weather en route. This wasn't a hurricane or heat wave, but space weather - the term for radiation in the solar system, much of which is released by the Sun. In August 1972, right in between the Apollo 16 and Apollo 17 missions, a solar storm o

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2019-06-13 01:41:48

Directed Energy Outlook: Preparing for Full Deployment  

New York NY (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Harry Sinsheimer serves as the Deputy Director to the Joint Directed Energy Transition Office (DE JTO) since February 2017. Harry's experience, knowledge, skills and understanding of laser technology, directed energy weapons, test and evaluation, financial management, logistics, program analysis, organizational and force structure is helping advocate, develop and execute a DE JTO investment stra

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2019-06-13 01:38:07

Researchers introduce novel heat transport theory in quest for efficient thermoelectrics  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Jun 03, 2019 NCCR MARVEL researchers have developed a novel microscopic theory that is able to describe heat transport in very general ways, and applies equally well to ordered or disordered materials such as crystals or glasses and to anything in between. This is not only a significant first - no transport equation has been able so far to account simultaneously for these two regimes - it also shows, surpris

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2019-06-12 10:11:25

Big US defense merger touts tech, but Trump has questions  

New York (AFP) June 10, 2019 Executives from United Technologies and Raytheon said Monday their merger would benefit the Pentagon and other customers but the proposed deal garnered immediate skepticism from President Donald Trump. The two companies, which unveiled a "merger of equals" on Sunday, said combining would boost development of faster weapons systems, connected aircraft and other envelope-pushing products, whil

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2019-06-12 08:45:47

Powerful deep-ocean vents fuel phytoplankton blooms off Antarctica  

Washington (UPI) Jun 5, 2019 Scientists have discovered a link between seafloor vents and massive phytoplankton blooms on the surface of the Southern Ocean. According to a study published this week in the journal Nature Communications, powerful hydrothermal vents are propelling streams of warm, mineral-rich water to the ocean's surface off the coast of Antarctica, encouraging the proliferation of phytoplankton popu

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2019-06-12 08:10:39

Beyond 1 and 0: Engineers boost potential for creating successor to shrinking transistors  

Dallas TX (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 Computers and similar electronic devices have gotten faster and smaller over the decades as computer-chip makers have learned how to shrink individual transistors, the tiny electrical switches that convey digital information. Scientists' pursuit of the smallest possible transistor has allowed more of them to be packed onto each chip. But that race to the bottom is almost over: Researchers

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2019-06-12 07:03:33

Rockets, evaporating droplets and x-raying metals  

Paris (ESA) Jun 10, 2019 Years of preparation, and the finale is over in six minutes. This month a sounding rocket will launch two ESA experiments to an altitude of 260 km to provide six minutes of weightlessness as they free-fall back to Earth. Rockets carrying satellites into orbit are typically launched from sites around the equator, such as Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. There are alternatives fo

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2019-06-12 06:26:34

Putin says Russia prepared to drop START nuclear arms treaty  

Saint Petersburg (AFP) June 6, 2019 President Vladimir Putin said Thursday Russia was prepared to drop a nuclear weapons treaty with the US and warned of "global catastrophe" if Washington keeps dismantling an international arms control regime. Speaking to heads of international news agencies at an economic forum in the city of Saint Petersburg, Putin said Washington showed no genuine interest in conducting talks on extending

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2019-06-12 04:18:30

House committee delays decision on funding Space Force  

Washington (UPI) Jun 10, 2019 A draft of the National Defense Authorization Act released by the House on Monday has no mention of the Space Force envisioned by President Donald Trump. The House Armed Services Committee will debate the matter on Wednesday, members of the committee said. Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., committee chairman, said any inclusion of funding would build an outer space military branch "small

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2019-06-12 03:56:23

NASA Prepares to Launch Twin Satellites to Study Signal Disruption From Space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 NASA's twin E-TBEx CubeSats - short for Enhanced Tandem Beacon Experiment - are scheduled to launch in June 2019 aboard the Department of Defense's Space Test Program-2 launch. The launch includes a total of 24 satellites from government and research institutions. They will launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy from historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The E

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2019-06-12 03:56:19

Study Dramatically Narrows Search for Advanced Life in the Universe  

Riverside CA (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Scientists may need to rethink their estimates for how many planets outside our solar system could host a rich diversity of life. In a new study, a UC Riverside-led team discovered that a buildup of toxic gases in the atmospheres of most planets makes them unfit for complex life as we know it. Traditionally, much of the search for extraterrestrial life has focused on what scientists

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2019-06-12 03:18:29

Investing in Tech Concepts Aimed at Exploring Lunar Craters, Mining Asteroids  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Robotically surveying lunar craters in record time and mining resources in space could help NASA establish a sustained human presence at the Moon - part of the agency's broader Moon to Mars exploration approach. Two mission concepts to explore these capabilities have been selected as the first-ever Phase III studies within the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program. "We are pursu

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2019-06-12 02:57:20

American Astronomical Society issues position statement on satellite constellations  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 On May 23rd entrepreneur Elon Musk's company SpaceX launched 60 Starlink communication satellites aboard a single rocket. Within days skywatchers worldwide spotted them flying in formation as they orbited Earth and reflected sunlight from their shiny metal surfaces. Some people, unaware that artificial satellites can be seen moving against the starry background every clear night, reported

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2019-06-12 02:50:44

Psyche Mission Has a Metal World in Its Sights  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 12, 2019 Designed to explore a metal asteroid that could be the heart of a planet, the Psyche mission is readying for a 2022 launch. After extensive review, NASA Headquarters in Washington has approved the mission to begin the final design and fabrication phase, otherwise known as Phase C. This is when the Psyche team finalizes the system design, develops detailed plans and procedures for the spacecraft

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2019-06-12 02:48:33

Uncovering the Hidden History of a Giant Asteroid  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 A massive 'hit-and-run' collision profoundly impacted the evolutionary history of Vesta, the brightest asteroid visible from Earth. This finding, by a team of researchers from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan's National Institute of Polar Research, and ETH Zurich, Switzerland, deepens our understanding of protoplanet formation more than 4.5 billion years ago, in the early infancy of the sola

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2019-06-12 02:46:12

Hera asteroid mission's brain to be radiation-hard and failure-proof  

Paris (ESA) Jun 12, 2019 At the heart of ESA's Hera mission to the double Didymos asteroids will be an onboard computer intended to be failure-proof. Designed to operate up to 490 million km away from Earth and withstanding four years of harsh radiation exposure, Hera's computer must run smoothly without locking up or crashing - on pain of mission failure, while pushing the limits of onboard autonomy. Develo

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2019-06-12 02:39:19

Spectral Clues to Puzzling Paradox of Distant Planet  

Houston TX (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 CI Tau b is a paradoxical planet, but new research about its mass, brightness and the carbon monoxide in its atmosphere is starting to answer questions about how a planet so large could have formed around a star that's only 2 million years old. At a meeting of the American Astronomical Society, astronomers Christopher Johns-Krull of Rice University and Lisa Prato of Lowell Observatory pres

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2019-06-12 02:36:41

How NASA Prepares Spacecraft for the Harsh Radiation of Space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 In a small, square room walled by four feet of concrete, the air smells as if a lightning storm just passed through - crisp and acrid, like cleaning supplies. Outside, that's the smell of lightning ripping apart oxygen in the air, which readily reshuffles into ozone. But belowground in one of the rooms at NASA's Radiation Effects Facility, the smell of ozone lingers after high-energy radia

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2019-06-12 02:21:04

African space industry now generating over 7B USD annually  

Lagos, Nigeria (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 Space in Africa, the authority on news, data, and market analysis for the African space industry, has just released the African Space Industry Report- 2019 Edition. The report covers Africa's journey in space from 1998 through May 2019 and explains how the industry has already reached over USD 7 billion of annual revenues and is projected to grow at a 7.3% compound annual growth rate to exceed U

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2019-06-12 02:12:49

Ahuna Mons on Ceres: A New and Unusual Type of Volcanic Activity  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 When scientists first saw this structure on the images taken by their camera on the Dawn space probe, they could hardly believe their eyes: from the crater-strewn surface of the dwarf planet Ceres rises an even, smooth and steep-sided mountain, towering over 4,000 metres high. It is the highest mountain on the thousand kilometre-diameter, almost spherical dwarf planet, and one of the most remark

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2019-06-12 02:04:32

Students Boosting Technical Skills at NASA Wallops' Rocket Week  

Wallops Island VA (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 University and community college students will boost their technical skills as rocket scientists building experiments for space flight during Rocket Week June 14-21, 2019, at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. Nearly 200 students and instructors from across the country will build and fly experiments on a NASA suborbital sounding rocket through the RockOn! and RockSat-C programs.

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2019-06-12 01:43:04

Mass anomaly detected under the moon's largest crater  

Waco TX (SPX) Jun 12, 2019 A mysterious large mass of material has been discovered beneath the largest crater in our solar system - the Moon's South Pole-Aitken basin - and may contain metal from the asteroid that crashed into the Moon and formed the crater, according to a Baylor University study. "Imagine taking a pile of metal five times larger than the Big Island of Hawaii and burying it underground. That's rough

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2019-06-12 01:29:59

Starshade Would Take Formation Flying to Extremes  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 12, 2019 Anyone who's ever seen aircraft engaged in formation flying can appreciate the feat of staying highly synchronized while airborne. In work sponsored by NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEP), engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, are taking formation flying to a new extreme. Their work marks an important milestone within a larger program to test the feasi

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2019-06-12 01:04:31

Scientists find largest meteorite impact in the British Isles  

Washington (UPI) Jun 10, 2019 Researchers have located the epicenter of an ancient meteorite impact along the Scottish coast, the largest impact in the British Isles. Scientists first identified evidence of the impact in 2008, but they were unable to pin down the exact location of the crater. Over the last decade, researchers conducted field studies and analyzed rock samples in the lab. Their findings allowed them t

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2019-06-11 09:49:50

Alien worlds are less hospitable to complex life than scientists thought  

Washington (UPI) Jun 10, 2019 New research suggests the conditions necessary for complex life forms may be even rarer than planetary scientists previously thought. Researchers determined the buildup of toxic gases in the atmosphere makes most exoplanets uninhabitable. Planetary scientists classify alien planets as being "habitable" or in the "habitable zone" if they're close enough to their host star to keep some of

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2019-06-11 09:32:14

Robotic arm will raise the support structure and help the Mole hammer  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 There is a new plan to support the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) Mars 'Mole' that is part of NASA's InSight mission. The Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) Mole is a self-driving penetrator that has hammered itself into the Martian subsurface to a depth of approximately 30 centimetres. Since 28 February 2019, it has no longer been able to m

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2019-06-11 09:16:04

US General Claims Russia Poses Threat to America's Space Capabilities  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 06, 2019 This follows the Russian Foreign Ministry underscoring in April that Moscow is ready and willing to hold a full-fledged dialogue with any country in order to prevent militarisation of outer space. Air Force General John Raymond, who has been nominated to lead the US Space Command, has claimed that the armed forces of Russia and China are rapidly developing their space capabilities, while t

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2019-06-11 07:08:55

NASA Spacecraft to use 'Green' Fuel for the First Time  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 A non-toxic, rose-colored liquid could fuel the future in space and propel missions to the Moon or other worlds. NASA will test the fuel and compatible propulsion system in space for the first time with the Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM), set to launch this month on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. The mission will demonstrate the exceptional features of a high-performance "green" f

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2019-06-11 06:20:15

NASA's SET Mission to Study Satellite Protection Is Ready for Launch  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 11, 2019 Ready, SET, go - NASA's Space Environment Testbeds, or SET, will launch in June 2019 on its mission to study how to better protect satellites in space. SET will get a ride to space on a U.S. Air Force Research Lab spacecraft aboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. SET studies the very nature of space itself - which isn't completely empty, but brimmi

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2019-06-11 06:12:34

High flex, high-energy textile lithium battery aims to meet demand for wearable electronics  

Hong Kong (SPX(SPX) Jun 03, 2019 PolyU's novel lightweight Textile Lithium Battery demonstrates high energy density of more than 450 Wh/L, and excellent flexibility - with a bending radius of less than 1mm, and foldability of over 1,000 cycles with marginal capacity degradation. In comparison, the existing bendable lithium battery can only reach a bending radius of about 25 mm, and with much lower performance of less than 200 W

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2019-06-11 06:02:38

Physicists create stable, strongly magnetized plasma jet in laboratory  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Jun 04, 2019 When you peer into the night sky, much of what you see is plasma, a soupy amalgam of ultra-hot atomic particles. Studying plasma in the stars and various forms in outer space requires a telescope, but scientists can recreate it in the laboratory to examine it more closely. Now, a team of scientists led by physicists Lan Gao of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics

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2019-06-11 05:21:31

US gives Turkey to July 31 to backtrack on Russian missile deal  

Washington (AFP) June 7, 2019 The United States on Friday gave Turkey until the end of July to abandon its purchase of a major Russian missile defense system, which Washington considers incompatible with Ankara's participation in the F-35 fighter jet program. If by July 31 Turkey does not renounce the S-400 system, Turkish pilots training in the United States on the F-35 will be expelled, and agreements with Turkish firm

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2019-06-11 03:40:36

Raytheon and United Technologies announce merger  

Washington (AFP) June 9, 2019 Raytheon and United Technologies announced on Sunday that they will merge, creating a behemoth American aeronautics and defense company. The new company, Raytheon Technologies Corporation, will be created via an exchange of shares between the two firms, with the merger expected to conclude in the first half of 2020, they said in a joint statement. "The transaction will create a premier

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2019-06-11 03:29:38

ESA boost to new commercial space transportation services  

Paris (ESA) Jun 10, 2019 Europe is part of a new era in space transportation with new commercial initiatives offering services to space, in space, and back from space springing up within the privately led and funded space sector. ESA welcomes this development towards further European industrial growth and competitiveness. ESA, tasked with growing and supporting European businesses, is proposing a Commercial Space

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2019-06-11 03:26:31

NanoAvionics gets 10 million euros for for global IoT constellation development  

London, UK (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 NanoAvionics, an international nano-satellite missions integrator, and the consortium partners KSAT (Kongsberg Satellite Services) and Antwerp Space have been awarded EUR 10 million funding by the European Commission's Horizon 2020, ESA's ARTES and private investors. The funding is for the first demonstration of the pre-cursor stage of the Global Internet of Things (GIoT) nano-satellite co

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2019-06-11 03:22:11

Scientists found a way to increase the capacity of energy sources for portable electronics  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Jun 03, 2019 Scientists from Skoltech, Moscow State University (MSU) and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have proposed a new approach to replacing carbon atoms with nitrogen atoms in the supercapacitor's crystal lattice and developed a novel capacity enhancement method based on carbon lattice modification with the aid of plasma. Their findings can help create the next generation of power so

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2019-06-11 02:26:44

Flexible generators turn movement into energy  

Houston TX (SPX) Jun 03, 2019 Wearable devices that harvest energy from movement are not a new idea, but a material created at Rice University may make them more practical. The Rice lab of chemist James Tour has adapted laser-induced graphene (LIG) into small, metal-free devices that generate electricity. Like rubbing a balloon on hair, putting LIG composites in contact with other surfaces produces static electricity t

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2019-06-11 01:18:25

Magnetism discovered in the Earth's mantle  

Munster, Germany (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 The huge magnetic field which surrounds the Earth, protecting it from radiation and charged particles from space - and which many animals even use for orientation purposes - is changing constantly, which is why geoscientists keep it constantly under surveillance. The old well-known sources of the Earth's magnetic field are the Earth's core - down to 6,000 kilometres deep down inside the Ea

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2019-06-11 01:15:14

China to complete BeiDou-3 satellite system by 2020  

Nanjing, China (XNA) Jun 10, 2019 China's BeiDou-3 system, a global geolocation network, is expected to be completed in 2020, with a total of 35 satellites, researchers at a conference on the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) said. China has deployed three systems, BDS-1, BDS-2 and BDS-3, to provide accurate positioning and navigation services to the world, said Jin Shuanggen, a researcher at Shanghai Astronomical O

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2019-06-10 03:59:54

NASA to open International Space Station to private astronauts  

Washington (UPI) Jun 7, 2019 At a press conference on Friday, NASA announced new opportunities for the private sector on the International Space Station and in low-Earth orbit. "We're hear because the International Space Station is now open for business," Stephanie Schierholz, NASA spokesperson, said during opening remarks at the Nasdaq stock exchange. In addition to making the facilities on the Internationa

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2019-06-10 03:59:50

Planck Finds No New Evidence for Cosmic Anomalies  

Paris (ESA) Jun 10, 2019 ESA's Planck satellite has found no new evidence for the puzzling cosmic anomalies that appeared in its temperature map of the universe. The latest study does not rule out the potential relevance of the anomalies but they do mean astronomers must work even harder to understand the origin of these puzzling features. Planck's latest results come from an analysis of the polarisation of the Co

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2019-06-10 03:54:35

Unveiling technologies for future launch vehicles  

Paris (ESA) Jun 10, 2019 ESA safeguards Europe's guaranteed access to space through its Future Launchers Preparatory Programme, FLPP. FLPP weighs up the opportunities and risks of different launch vehicle concepts and associated technologies. Its demonstrators and studies hone emerging technologies to give Europe's rocket builders a valuable head-start as they begin the demanding work of turning the chosen design

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2019-06-10 03:43:05

Mars Helicopter Testing Enters Final Phase  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 10, 2019 NASA's Mars Helicopter flight demonstration project has passed a number of key tests with flying colors. In 2021, the small, autonomous helicopter will be the first vehicle in history to attempt to establish the viability of heavier-than-air vehicles flying on another planet. "Nobody's built a Mars Helicopter before, so we are continuously entering new territory," said MiMi Aung, project m

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2019-06-10 03:22:15

How acids behave in ultracold interstellar space  

Bochum, Germany (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 Bochum-based researchers from the Cluster of Excellence Ruhr Explores Solvation (Resolv), together with cooperation partners from Nijmegen, have investigated how acids interact with water molecules at extremely low temperatures. Using spectroscopic analyses and computer simulations, they investigated the question of whether hydrochloric acid (HCl) does or does not release its proton in con

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2019-06-10 02:24:37

Detection of powerful winds driven by a supermassive black hole  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 The supermassive black holes in the centres of many galaxies seem to have a basic influence on their evolution. This happens during a phase in which the black hole is consuming the material of the galaxy in which it resides at a very high rate, growing in mass as it does so. During this phase we say that the galaxy has an active nucleus (AGN, for active galactic nucleus). The effect that t

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2019-06-10 02:11:09

SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch of 24 satellites now targeting June 24  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 10, 2019 A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket is scheduled to launch June 24 from Florida with 24 satellites aboard - the first time the U.S. government has used the big rocket for such a mission. "The choice to use this rocket was actually part of the bigger strategy to get away from a sole source environment and into a competitive environment," said Col. Robert P. Bongiovi, director of the Air Force's La

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2019-06-10 02:09:49

'Best ever' simulation solves 40-year black hole mystery  

Paris (AFP) June 6, 2019 Scientists on Thursday unveiled the most detailed simulation of a black hole yet, solving a mystery dating back more than four decades over how the star-devouring monsters consume matter. Coming fresh on the heels of the first ever photo of one of the giant objects, which are scattered across the Universe, astrophysicists are now several steps closer to understanding how they form and develo

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2019-06-10 01:59:59

Ariane 6 development on track  

Paris (ESA) Jun 10, 2019 Europe's Ariane 6 launch vehicle is set to debut with a commercial mission in 2020 - industry is carrying out the final tests and starting production. The Ariane 6 launch zone at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana is near completion. Ariane 6's core stage is powered by the Vulcain 2.1 engine, its upper stage is powered by the reignitable Vinci engine. Strapped on to the core stage will be

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2019-06-10 01:59:15

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