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Russia to respond to planned US tests of SM-3 Block II Interceptor Missile  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Mar 24, 2019 Moscow will take all necessary response measures if the United States implements its plans to test the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor missile against intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday. "These plans cannot but cause concern as the threat becomes a reality," the ministry said in a statement. The ministry went on to note that Russia will ha

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2019-03-26 11:03:16

NASA scraps all-women spacewalk for lack of well-fitting suits  

Washington (AFP) March 26, 2019 The US space agency NASA scrapped Monday a planned historic spacewalk by two women astronauts, citing a lack of available spacesuits that would fit them at the International Space Station. Christina Koch will now perform tasks in space Friday with fellow American Nick Hague - instead of Anne McClain as originally planned. Had Koch and McClain done their spacewalk together, it would have

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2019-03-26 10:22:09

U.S., Israel announce successful test of 'David's Sling'  

Washington (UPI) Mar 20, 2019 The United States and Israel announced the successful completion of testing of an advanced missile interception system known as "David's Sling." The test series completed Tuesday in southern Israel was the sixth series of David's Sling tests, and the Missile Defense Agency, a division of the U.S. Defense Department, and the Israel Missile Defense Organization each called the tests a suc

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2019-03-26 09:51:55

Russia plans to launch Glonass-M satellite in mid-May  

Moscow (XNA) Mar 24, 2019 Russia plans to launch a Glonass-M navigation satellite into orbit in mid-May, local media reported Saturday. "The launch of a Glonass-M navigation satellite has been tentatively planned in mid-May from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome for maintaining the performance of the orbital constellation," Sputnik news agency quoted a source in the aerospace industry as saying. Currently, the Glonass

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2019-03-26 08:47:03

Inmarsat agrees to $3.4 bn takeover from consortium  

London (AFP) March 25, 2019 British satellite operator Inmarsat on Monday agreed to a $3.4 billion cash takeover from a consortium of investment funds. The bid for the London-listed telecommunications group was pitched at $7.21 per share, consortium bid-vehicle Triton Bidco said in a statement. "Triton Bidco believes that the satellite sector is attractive," said a statement from the consortium, which comprises pri

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2019-03-26 07:26:26

Russian S7 space firm to cancel deal with Ukraine's rocket maker  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 26, 2019 Russia's privately-owned S7 Space company will scrap a contract it has with a Ukrainian state rocket maker, Yuzhmash, on the production of 12 Zenit launch vehicles, the Russian firm's co-owner told Sputnik. "Yes, we are going to," Natalya Fileva, who owns the company together with her husband, Vladislav Filev, said, adding she could not name the exact date of the cancellation. Sputni

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2019-03-26 05:58:30

Russia's Sarmat ICBM Can 'Rip Any Missile Defence System to Shreds'  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 24, 2019 The Sarmat, a new intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of up to 11,000 km, is a strategic weapon of last resort capable of carrying up to 24 nuclear-armed independently targetable reentry vehicles (MIRVs), and has been touted as Russia's effort to preserve global strategic stability amid US plans to develop advanced missile defences. Roscosmos chief Dmitri Rogozin has boasted ab

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2019-03-26 01:30:18

New compute cluster to find and interpret gravitational waves  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Mar 24, 2019 While the LIGO and Virgo gravitational-wave detectors prepare for their upcoming observing run, the Astrophysical and Cosmological Relativity Division at the Albert Einstein Institute in Potsdam is getting ready to analyze the data for discoveries about the properties of black holes, neutron stars and potentially other sources. A new high-throughput computer cluster of about 9,000 cores, dedicat

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2019-03-25 19:28:20

Shanahan: Space Force needed to ensure 'margin of dominance'  

Washington (UPI) Mar 21, 2019 U.S. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said the U.S. needs a Space Force to maintain the nation's "dominance" in space, and protect the systems the military and country depend on. The Space Force is needed to maintain the edge the United States has over its closest competitors in space technology and capability, Shanahan said.. The issue came about as Shanahan was speakin

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2019-03-25 18:40:31

Google and Haughton-Mars Project Partner on Moon-Mars Exploration Prep  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 The Mars Institute and the SETI Institute are announcing a new partnership between Google and the NASA Haughton-Mars Project (HMP) to advance Mars exploration at one of the most otherworldly places on Earth: Devon Island, in the high arctic. The announcement is accompanied by the release of new street view imagery; a Google Earth guided tour highlighting the Mars-like geology of Devon Island; an

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2019-03-25 17:41:52

More efficient satellite launch platform on the horizon  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 As part of a global industry research project, combustion experts from the University of Sydney's School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering are one step closer to developing a more efficient and cost-effective access to space platform for satellite launches. As part of the University's Clean Combustion Group, Associate Professor Matthew Cleary, Associate Professor Ben Tho

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2019-03-25 17:23:22

Sunrise and Phase Four partner for Next-gen electric propulsion  

El Segundo CA (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 Phase Four, makers of electric radio frequency (RF) thrusters for in-space propulsion, has announced a new agreement with Japan-based advanced spacecraft experts, Sunrise. Sunrise specializes in leading-edge aerospace technology, including satellite hardware and launch. As part of a three-year agreement, Sunrise will be bringing Maxwell, Phase Four's turnkey electric propulsion solution fo

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2019-03-25 16:44:13

Simulating nature's cosmic laboratory, one helium droplet at a time  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 Two astronomers from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and from the University of Jena have found an elegant new method to measure the energy of simple chemical reactions, under similar conditions as those encountered by atoms and molecules in the early solar system. Their method promises accurate measurements of reaction energies that can be used to understand chemical reactions unde

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2019-03-25 16:28:56

Sun-Synchronous Orbits are Obsolete  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 A sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) is one of the most frequently used orbits for Earth-science and national security missions. SSOs are near-polar orbits whose ascending nodes precess at a rate that is matched to the Earth's mean orbital rate around the sun, i. e., about one degree per day. This motion allows the maintenance of the orbit's geometry with respect to the sun such that solar lighti

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2019-03-25 13:12:02

Another milestone toward radio telescope construction in South Africa  

Johannesburg, South Africa (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 On Friday, 22 March 2019, the South African Minister of Environmental Affairs, Ms. Nomvula Mokonyane, gazetted the adoption of the Integrated Environmental Management Plan (IEMP) for the Square Kilometre Array Phase 1 Mid-Frequency Array (SKA1_MID) in South Africa. The IEMP is the environmental management instrument for SKA1_MID (and an exclusion for requiring environmental authorisation i

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2019-03-25 13:03:12

Vector's GalacticSky GSky-1 satellite ready for launch later this year  

San Jose CA (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 Vector, the space access company, has announced its GalacticSky division, which has been in stealth mode since 2016. Led by veterans from VMWare and Citrix, as well as satellite innovators, GalacticSky has achieved a major milestone on its path to launch its first GalacticSky software-defined satellite, GSky-1. GSky-1 successfully completed integration at the University of Southern California's

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2019-03-25 11:41:46

Laser blasts show asteroid bombardment, hydrogen make great recipe for life on Mars  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 A new study reveals asteroid impacts on ancient Mars could have produced key ingredients for life if the Martian atmosphere was rich in hydrogen. An early hydrogen-rich atmosphere on Mars could also explain how the planet remained habitable after its atmosphere thinned. The study used data from NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars and was conducted by researchers on Curiosity's Sample Analysis at Mars

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2019-03-25 06:44:53

Researchers discover new material to help power electronics  

Columbus OH (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Electronics rule our world, but electrons rule our electronics. A research team at The Ohio State University has discovered a way to simplify how electronic devices use those electrons - using a material that can serve dual roles in electronics, where historically multiple materials have been necessary. "We have essentially found a dual-personality material," said Joseph Heremans, co-autho

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2019-03-25 06:22:01

Hubble Captures Birth of Giant Storm on Neptune  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 26, 2019 Images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope document the formation of a Great Dark Spot on Neptune for the first time, report researchers in a new study. Like Jupiter's Great Red Spot, Neptune's Great Dark Spots are storms that form from areas of high atmospheric pressure. In contrast, storms on Earth form around areas of low pressure. Scientists have seen a total of six dark spots on

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2019-03-25 05:57:07

GPS 3 space vehicle 02 "Magellan" arrives in Florida; prepares for July launch  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Mar 24, 2019 The U.S. Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center's Global Positioning Systems Directorate achieved another major program milestone March 19, successfully delivering the second GPS III Space Vehicle to Astrotech Space Operations in Titusville, Florida to begin satellite launch processing. "The shipment of this second GPS III satellite is once again an excellent representation of the co

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2019-03-25 05:49:30

Arizona: Student-Led CatSat Mission Selected for Flight by NASA  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 An inflatable space antenna designed by University of Arizona students is one of 16 small research satellites from 10 states NASA has selected to fly as auxiliary payloads aboard space missions planned to launch in 2020, 2021 and 2022. The selections are part of the 10th round of NASA's CubeSat Launch Initiative. CubeSats are a type of spacecraft called nanosatellites, often measurin

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2019-03-25 05:30:45

Jupiter's unknown journey revealed  

Lund, Sweden (SPX) Mar 24, 2019 It is known that gas giants around other stars are often located very near their sun. According to accepted theory, these gas planets were formed far away and subsequently migrated to an orbit closer to the star. Now researchers from Lund University and other institutions have used advanced computer simulations to learn more about Jupiter's journey through our own solar system approximatel

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2019-03-25 05:29:44

Webb Telescope to explore galaxies from cosmic dawn to present day  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Mar 22, 2019 Through the combined power of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope and gravity creating "natural telescopes" in space, astronomers hope to answer two science questions that are fundamental to understanding the origins and evolution of the universe: - How did the first galaxies in the universe form, and did they make the universe transparent to light? - How did later galaxies produce and

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2019-03-24 12:54:59

Mathematics of sea slug movement points to future robots  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 11, 2019 What do pizza slices, sea slugs and one possible design for future soft-bodied robots have in common? They all have frilly surfaces, and new insights about the surprising geometry of frilly surfaces may help a future generation of energy-efficient and extremely flexible soft-body robots move. The complex folds of a frilly surface like coral reefs or kale leaves is a surface mathematicians

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2019-03-24 11:04:05

Sino-European joint space mission to send satellites in 2023  

Beijing (XNA) Mar 24, 2019 The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced that a Sino-European joint space mission known as SMILE was launched Friday. The Solar Wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer is a comprehensive collaboration between the CAS and the European Space Agency (ESA). Satellites will be launched by 2023 to study the impact of solar activity on the Earth's environment. Wang Chi, director

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2019-03-24 09:39:32

Arianespace orbits 600th satellite, the PRISMA EO satellite for Italy  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Mar 21, 2019 On its third launch of the year, Arianespace has successfully orbited the PRISMA Earth observation satellite on behalf of the ASI Italian space agency, within the scope of a contract with OHB Italia. This was the first Vega launch in 2019, and the 14th successful launch in a row for this light launcher since its introduction at the Guiana Space Center (CSG) in 2012. The launch took place o

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2019-03-24 07:43:16

Spacewalkers Complete Battery Swaps for Station Power Upgrades  

Houston TX (SPX) Mar 24, 2019 Expedition 59 Flight Engineers Nick Hague and Anne McClain of NASA concluded their spacewalk at 2:40 p.m. EDT. During the six-hour, 39-minute spacewalk, the two NASA astronauts successfully replaced nickel-hydrogen batteries with newer, more powerful lithium-ion batteries for the power channel on one pair of the station's solar arrays. Astronauts were also able to accomplish several get-ah

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2019-03-24 06:37:02

Ultra-sharp images make old stars look absolutely marvelous  

Hilo HI (SPX) Mar 22, 2019 Just as high-definition imaging is transforming home entertainment, it is also advancing how astronomers study the universe. "Ultra-sharp adaptive optics images from the Gemini Observatory allowed us to determine the ages of some of the oldest stars in our galaxy," said Leandro Kerber of the Universidade de Sao Paulo and Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Brazil. Kerber led a large inter

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2019-03-24 05:53:24

Quasar jets confuse orbital telescope  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Mar 14, 2019 Astrophysicists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, the Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (LPI RAS), and NASA have found an error in the coordinates of active galactic nuclei measured by the Gaia space telescope, and helped correct it. The findings, published in The Astrophysical Journal, also serve as an independent confirmation of the astrophysical

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2019-03-24 05:13:10

Neural Networks Predict Planet Mass  

Bern, Switzerland (SPX) Mar 14, 2019 To find out how planets form astrophysicists run complicated and time consuming computer calculations. Members of the NCCR PlanetS at the University of Bern have now developed a totally novel approach to speed up this process dramatically. They use deep learning based on artificial neural networks, a method that is well known in image recognition. Planets grow in stellar disks accreting so

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2019-03-24 04:14:25

'Meta-mirror' reflects sound waves in any direction  

Durham NC (SPX) Mar 11, 2019 Researchers at Duke University and Aalto University (Finland) have constructed a "meta-mirror" device capable of perfectly reflecting sound waves in any direction. The proof-of-principle demonstration is analogous to looking directly into a mirror and only seeing the person next to you instead of your own face. The research appeared online on February 15 in the journal Science Advances.

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2019-03-24 04:04:31

SLS engine section approaches finish line for first flight  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Mar 24, 2019 NASA and Boeing have completed the majority of outfitting for the core stage engine section for the first flight of the agency's new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. The engine section, located at the bottom of the 212-foot-tall core stage, is one of the most complex parts of the rocket. Technicians at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans have installed more than 500 sensors, 1

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2019-03-24 04:02:31

Nanocrystal 'factory' could revolutionize quantum dot manufacturing  

Raleigh NC (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 North Carolina State University researchers have developed a microfluidic system for synthesizing perovskite quantum dots across the entire spectrum of visible light. The system drastically reduces manufacturing costs, can be tuned on demand to any color and allows for real-time process monitoring to ensure quality control. Over the last two decades, colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals, k

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2019-03-24 03:44:06

Controlling thermal conductivity of polymers with light  

Chicago IL (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 Polymers are regularly used as thermal insulators for everything from keeping beverages hot to keeping sensitive electronics cool. In some cases, polymers can even be used as thermal conductors to enable efficient heating or cooling. In a new study, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have designed and demonstrated a novel type of polymer demonstrating a switchabl

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2019-03-24 03:33:06

NASA instruments image fireball over Bering Sea  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 24, 2019 On Dec. 18, 2018, a large "fireball" - the term used for exceptionally bright meteors that are visible over a wide area - exploded about 16 miles (26 kilometers) above the Bering Sea. The explosion unleashed an estimated 173 kilotons of energy, or more than 10 times the energy of the atomic bomb blast over Hiroshima during World War II. Two NASA instruments aboard the Terra satellite captu

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2019-03-24 03:04:45

Dormant viruses reactivate during spaceflight  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Herpes viruses reactivate in more than half of crew aboard Space Shuttle and International Space Station missions, according to NASA research published in Frontiers in Microbiology. While only a small proportion develop symptoms, virus reactivation rates increase with spaceflight duration and could present a significant health risk on missions to Mars and beyond. NASA's rapid viral detecti

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2019-03-24 01:42:18

Lockheed awarded $506.9M contract for PAC-3 missiles  

Washington (UPI) Mar 15, 2019 The U.S. Army awarded Lockheed Martin a $506.9 million contract to build the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 missiles. The contract is for incidental services, hardware, facilities, equipment, as well as all technical, planning, management, manufacturing and testing efforts to produce the Patriot, which is an acronym for the Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on Target, the Departme

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2019-03-22 11:55:53

A Cosmic Bat in Flight  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has caught a glimpse of an ethereal nebula hidden away in the darkest corners of the constellation of Orion (The Hunter) - NGC 1788, nicknamed the Cosmic Bat. This bat-shaped reflection nebula doesn't emit light - instead it is illuminated by a cluster of young stars in its core, only dimly visible through the clouds of dust. Scientific instruments have com

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2019-03-22 11:44:55

Rocket Crafters pivots with new patents for 3D-printed fuel  

Cocoa FL (UPI) Mar 21, 2019 In the new commercial space age, patents and intellectual property for rocket engines mean everything, as the founders of Florida startup Rocket Crafters Inc. demonstrated recently. The scrappy space company works out of a gritty garage in Cocoa, about 15 miles from Kennedy Space Center. It made Florida space startup Rocket Crafters pivots with new patents for 3D-printed fuels when it land

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2019-03-22 11:37:16

Probability of catastrophic geomagnetic storm lower than estimated  

Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Mar 13, 2019 Three mathematicians and a physicist from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB), the Mathematics Research Centre (CRM) and the Barcelona Graduate School of Mathematics (BGSMath) propose a mathematical model which allows making reliable estimations on the probability of geomagnetic storms caused by solar activity. The researchers, who published the study in the journal Scientific Repo

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2019-03-22 11:27:21

Taking gravity from strength to strength  

Paris (ESA) Mar 21, 2019 Ten years ago, ESA launched one of its most innovative satellites. GOCE spent four years measuring a fundamental force of nature: gravity. This extraordinary mission not only yielded new insights into our gravity field, but led to some amazing discoveries about our planet, from deep below the surface to high up in the atmosphere and beyond. And, this remarkable mission continues to realise new s

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2019-03-22 09:49:52

New report on industrial physics and its role in the US economy  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 11, 2019 Industrial physics plays a significant role in driving the U.S. economy, according to a new report by the American Physical Society, which will be described this week at the 2019 APS March Meeting in Boston. The report, "The Impact of Industrial Physics on the U.S. Economy," found that industrial physics contributed an estimated $2.3 trillion in 2016, which was 12.6 percent of the gross do

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2019-03-22 09:35:34

Astrobiology seminar aims to inspire a look into the bounds of life  

Madison WI (SPX) Mar 22, 2019 "It's something everyone's asked themselves at one point," says Lena Vincent. "How did life arise, and is it anywhere else?" Vincent asks herself these questions every day. It's her job as a graduate student researcher in astrobiology, an interdisciplinary science trying to chip away at some of life's biggest mysteries. By bringing together biologists, chemists, engineers, astronomers and others

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2019-03-22 06:53:06

Mitigating the loss of satellite data by using CubeSat remote sensing tech  

Beijing, China (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 Advanced infrared and microwave sounding systems, usually onboard traditional polar-orbiting satellites, provide atmospheric sounding information critical for nowcasting and weather forecasting through data assimilation in numerical weather prediction models. This means weather forecasts have become increasingly dependent on satellite observations. But what if we lose one or more of these instru

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2019-03-22 05:27:53

Storm rages in cosmic teacup  

Cambridge MA (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Fancy a cup of cosmic tea? This one isn't as calming as the ones on Earth. In a galaxy hosting a structure nicknamed the "Teacup," a galactic storm is raging. The source of the cosmic squall is a supermassive black hole buried at the center of the galaxy, officially known as SDSS 1430+1339. As matter in the central regions of the galaxy is pulled toward the black hole, it is energized by t

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2019-03-22 05:09:33

Giant X-ray 'Chimneys' Exhaust Energy Produced in the Galactic Center  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 The center of our galaxy is a frenzy of activity. A behemoth black hole - 4 million times as massive as the Sun - blasts out energy as it chows down on interstellar detritus while neighboring stars burst to life and subsequently explode. Now, an international team of astronomers has discovered two exhaust channels - dubbed "galactic center chimneys" - that appear to funnel matter and energ

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2019-03-22 04:44:37

A decade on, smartphone-like software finally heads to space  

Washington (AFP) March 20, 2019 Once a traditional satellite is launched into space, its physical hardware and computer software stay mostly immutable for the rest of its existence as it orbits the Earth, even as the technology it serves on the ground continues to change. Just as some aerospace start-ups are developing technologies to repair, modify or refuel satellites to prolong their lives, some satellite manufacturers

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2019-03-22 04:09:38

ExoMars landing platform arrives in Europe with a name  

Paris (ESA) Mar 22, 2019 The platform destined to land on the Red Planet as part of the next ExoMars mission has arrived in Europe for final assembly and testing - and been given a name. An announcement was made by the Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos of its new name: 'Kazachok'. The ExoMars programme is a joint endeavour between ESA and Roscosmos and comprises two missions. The Trace Gas Orbiter is

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2019-03-22 03:45:09

Testing the value of artificial gravity for astronaut health  

Paris (ESA) Mar 22, 2019 Test subjects in Cologne, Germany will take to their beds for 60 days from 25 March as part of a groundbreaking study, funded by European Space Agency ESA and US space agency NASA, into how artificial gravity could help astronauts stay healthy in space. Carried out at the German Aerospace Center's (DLR) :envihab facility, the long-term bedrest study is the first of its kind to be conducted

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2019-03-22 03:45:03

The time to apply to space for humanity is now!  

Denver CO (SPX) Mar 22, 2019 Space for Humanity website is live! This platform has expanded the application process to both video and written applications, features a new astronaut portal and a social impact portal, and a number of additional ways to participate. "Space for Humanity has completely re-designed the way users engage with the team, allowing for a more meaningful application process," remarks Todd Youngblo

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2019-03-22 02:57:25

Galactic center visualization delivers star power  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Mar 22, 2019 Want to take a trip to the center of the Milky Way? Check out a new immersive, ultra-high-definition visualization. This 360-movie offers an unparalleled opportunity to look around the center of the galaxy, from the vantage point of the central supermassive black hole, in any direction the user chooses. By combining NASA Ames supercomputer simulations with data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Ob

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2019-03-22 02:54:08

Ariane 6 maiden flight will deploy satellites for OneWeb, additional launches booked  

Evry, France (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 OneWeb is the developer of a new global, high-speed, low latency satellite-based network designed to address the most demanding global connectivity challenges worldwide. Ariane 6 will be available to OneWeb from the second half of 2020 to provide launch capacity that supports the full deployment and replenishment of the OneWeb constellation. The launch service agreement specifies the use o

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2019-03-21 03:53:59

Lockheed Martin's First Smart Satellites are Tiny with Big Missions  

Denver CO (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 Lockheed Martin has announced a new generation of space technology launching this year that will allow satellites to change their missions in orbit. Satellites that launched one, ten or even fifteen years ago largely have the same capability they had when they lifted off. That's changing with new architecture that will let users add capability and assign new missions with a software push,

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2019-03-21 03:29:24

Uncertain projections help to reveal the truth about future climate change  

Exeter UK (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 A team of four scientists from the US and the UK explain how differing climate model projections can be used collectively to reduce uncertainties in future climate change, in a paper published in the journal Nature Climate Change. Despite major advances in climate modelling over the last 30 years, there are still a wide range of projections for global warming by 2100, even when the same sc

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2019-03-21 03:25:40

NASA's Greenland mission still surprises in year four  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 19, 2019 Only seven months after NASA's Oceans Melting Greenland (OMG) mission wrapped its last field campaign on the world's largest island, an OMG crew is back in Greenland to collect more data. With two or three field projects a year since 2016, no wonder OMG has made the most comprehensive measurements yet of how ocean water lapping at the undersides of Greenland's melting glaciers affects them

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2019-03-21 03:23:51

Key Space Launch System Stage Separation Mechanism Installed  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 NASA and its industry partners continue their steady progress toward launching the nation's newest rocket, NASA's Space Launch System (SLS). Engineers and technicians at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, are integrating components with the SLS launch vehicle stage adapter, which connects the core stage of the world's most powerful rocket with its interim cryogenic propu

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2019-03-21 03:23:16

Pentagon establishing new agency to oversee US military space technology development  

Washington (Sputnik) Mar 15, 2019 The Department of Defence (DoD) is creating a new Space Development Agency (SDA) oversee the development of sensors and weapons to counter advances by Russia and China, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said in a memo published on Thursday. "Continuing actions by our near-peer competitors, China and Russia, suggest that they will attempt to deny, degrade or destroy US space capabil

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2019-03-21 03:20:55

OneWeb starts to mass-produce satellites in Florida  

Merritt Island, FL (UPI) Mar 21, 2019 In the shiny white laboratory that is OneWeb Satellites' new Florida manufacturing plant, a historic first happened this week: The first few mass-produced satellites ever to be built in Florida started coming together. Workers in lab coats and hairnets pushed solar panels into cabinets where bright lights checked for fractures. Satellite frames covered in gold-colored film, about the size

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2019-03-21 02:32:05

Frequency Electronics to qualify atomic clocks for potential use on GPS 3F Satellites  

Mitchel Field NY (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 As a risk reduction effort for the U.S. Air Force's GPS III Follow On (GPS IIIF) satellite program, Frequency Electronics, Inc. (NASDAQ-FEIM) received a contract from Lockheed Martin Space, valued at $5.9 million, for the qualification of FEI's Digital Rubidium Atomic Frequency Standard (DRAFS). The contract's intent is to qualify FEI's DRAFS for potential use on the new GPS IIIF satellite

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2019-03-21 02:30:51

NASA Mission Reveals Asteroid Has Big Surprises  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 A NASA spacecraft that will return a sample of a near-Earth asteroid named Bennu to Earth in 2023 made the first-ever close-up observations of particle plumes erupting from an asteroid's surface. Bennu also revealed itself to be more rugged than expected, challenging the mission team to alter its flight and sample collection plans, due to the rough terrain. Bennu is the target of NASA's Or

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2019-03-21 02:25:02

United Launch Alliance launches WGS-10 satellite for USAF  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket carrying the tenth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellite for the U.S. Air Force lifted off from Space Launch Complex-37 on March 15 at 8:26 p.m. EDT. ULA has been the exclusive launch provider for all ten WGS satellites. "We are very proud to deliver this critical asset to orbit in support of the U.S. and Allied warfighters deployed around th

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2019-03-21 02:22:57

UK industry to help answer fundamental questions about universe  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 A major new physics facility near Chicago is expected to have UK technology at its heart, and lead to significant spin-off opportunities for UK companies. The new PIP-II particle accelerator at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) will power the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, which aims to address key questions about the origins and structure of the universe. The UK

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2019-03-21 02:08:04

Northrop Grumman awarded $713M for missile defense system for Poland  

Washington (UPI) Mar 15, 2019 The U.S. Army has awarded Northrop Grumman a $713 million contract to provide a missile system for Poland as the United States considers setting up a major military base in the former Communist nation. The contract is for the first phase of Poland's Wisla Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System, Northrop Gumman said in news releases Wednesday. Patriots are deployed in t

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2019-03-21 01:27:01

NASA schedules its first women-only spacewalk  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 U.S. space agency NASA will send astronauts Anne McClain, 39, and Christina Koch, 40, on NASA's first women-only spacewalk on March 29. The all-female spacewalk will be supported by a female ground crew: Mary Lawrence will serve as lead flight director and Jackie Kagey will be lead spacewalk flight controller at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. It's a fitting milestone for Wom

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2019-03-21 01:23:06

Measuring impact of drought on groundwater resources from space  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Mar 21, 2019 A team of ASU scientists has been using the latest space technology, combined with ground measurements, to assess the health of one of the nation's most important sources of underground water, a large aquifer system located in California's San Joaquin Valley. The team, comprised of School of Earth and Space Exploration researchers Chandrakanta Ojha, Susanna Werth, and Manoochehr Shirzaei,

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2019-03-21 01:07:09

Carbon monoxide detectors could warn of extraterrestrial life  

Riverside CA (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 Carbon monoxide detectors in our homes warn of a dangerous buildup of that colorless, odorless gas we normally associate with death. Astronomers, too, have generally assumed that a build-up of carbon monoxide in a planet's atmosphere would be a sure sign of lifelessness. Now, a UC Riverside-led research team is arguing the opposite: celestial carbon monoxide detectors may actually alert us

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2019-03-20 03:28:45

'Rubble pile' asteroid holds clues to Earth's water story  

Paris (AFP) March 19, 2019 An asteroid described as a "pile of rubble" is rich in hydrated minerals that could help solve the mystery of how Earth got its water, scientists said Tuesday. The Ryugu asteroid, around 300 million kilometres (185 million miles) from Earth, is estimated to be between 100 million and one billion years old. It appears to have broken off from a parent body, according to observations from

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2019-03-20 03:21:42

NASA's Mars 2020 rover is put to the test  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 20, 2019 In a little more than seven minutes in the early afternoon of Feb. 18, 2021, NASA's Mars 2020 rover will execute about 27,000 actions and calculations as it speeds through the hazardous transition from the edge of space to Mars' Jezero Crater. While that will be the first time the wheels of the 2,314-pound (1,050-kilogram) rover touch the Red Planet, the vehicle's network of processors, sensors

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2019-03-20 03:19:23

The powerful meteor that no one saw except satellites  

Washington (AFP) March 19, 2019 At precisely 11:48 am on December 18, 2018, a large space rock heading straight for Earth at a speed of 19 miles per second exploded into a vast ball of fire as it entered the atmosphere, 15.9 miles above the Bering Sea. From below, the only witnesses to this fiery event may have been the fish that inhabit the frigid waters between Russia and Alaska, as no human eye caught sight of it.

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2019-03-20 03:08:07

OSIRIS-REx spacecraft studies asteroid Bennu up close  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 When NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft arrived at its destination, asteroid Bennu, on Dec. 3, it found a tiny world that in many respects looks like what the mission team had expected based on ground-based observations, but holds quite a few surprises, too. In a series of eight scientific papers published March 19 across several Nature Publishing Group journals, the members of the University of

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2019-03-20 03:06:21

OSIRIS-REx images allow closer look at boulder breakup on Bennu  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 High-resolutions images of asteroid Bennu from NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft offer scientists the opportunity to analyze the processes that break down boulders on the surfaces of airless bodies, Planetary Science Institute Research Scientist Jamie Molaro said. Breakdown can occur due to impacts on the surface, movement of boulders in landslides, and thermal fracturing. Thermal fracturing is

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2019-03-20 02:59:41

Mapping stars with PEPSI  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 The Potsdam Echelle Polarimetric and Spectroscopic Instrument (PEPSI) at the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) in Arizona released its first image of the surface magnetic field of another star. In a paper in the European journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, the PEPSI team presents a so-called Zeeman-Doppler-Image (ZDI) of the surface of the magnetically active star II Pegasi. A special techni

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2019-03-20 02:40:04

NASA's JPL seeking applicants for First Space Accelerator  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 20, 2019 NASA's first aerospace accelerator program, co-sponsored by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, will select 10 startup companies to take part in a three-month pilot program to develop new technologies for space. Applications will be accepted through April 7. Organized by Techstars with support from Starburst Aerospace, the pilot program will enable the selected companies

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2019-03-20 02:34:42

OSIRIS-REx spies on the weird, wild gravity of an asteroid  

Boulder CO (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 Research led by CU Boulder is revealing the Alice in Wonderland-like physics that govern gravity near the surface of the asteroid Bennu. The new findings are part of a suite of papers published by the team behind NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission. And they come just three months after OSIRIS-REx first encounter

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2019-03-20 02:18:03

Team identifies water-bearing minerals on asteroid Bennu  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 A Southwest Research Institute-led team discovered evidence of abundant water-bearing minerals on the surface of the near-Earth asteroid (101955) Bennu. Using early spectral data from NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft orbiting the asteroid, the team identified infrared properties similar to those in a type of meteorite called carbonaceous chondrites. "Scientists are interested in the compositio

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2019-03-20 02:15:50

Hayabusa2 probes asteroid for secrets  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 The first data received from the Hayabusa2 spacecraft in orbit of asteroid Ryugu helps space scientists explore conditions in the early solar system. The space probe gathered vast amounts of images and other data which gives researchers clues about Ryugu's history, such as how it may have formed from a larger parent body. These details in turn allow researchers to better estimate quantities and

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2019-03-20 02:09:26

Launch of Russia-US space probe to Venus possible in 2027   

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 20, 2019 he launch of a joint Russian-US interplanetary probe to Venus is possible in 2027 at the earliest, even if the financing of the project starts in near future, the Russian co-chair of the joint working group on the Venera-D mission said in an interview with Sputnik. "The launch windows in 2026, at the end of 2027, in 2029 and 2031 are being discussed. Even if the financing starts this year,

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2019-03-20 01:51:18

NASA says taking sample from asteroid harder than expected  

Washington (AFP) March 19, 2019 After two years crossing the solar system, the NASA space probe Osiris-Rex arrived last December near the asteroid Bennu to complete its mission of collecting a sample - but touching the rock will prove much harder than scientists had expected. The Osiris-Rex team said Tuesday that the surface of the asteroid, which measures 490 meters (1,600 feet) in diameter, was covered in stones and bou

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2019-03-20 01:30:32

Surprisingly old surface discovered on near-Earth asteroid Bennu  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 A Southwest Research Institute-led team has discovered that the surface geology on asteroid Bennu is older than expected. Early observations of the near-Earth asteroid (NEA) by NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission indicate a surface that is between 100 million and 1 billion years old. "We expected small, kilometer-sized NEAs to have young, frequently refreshed surfaces," said SwRI's Dr. Kevin Walsh,

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2019-03-20 01:17:04

Drone maps icy lava tube to prepare for cave exploration on Moon and Mars  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Mar 20, 2019 The SETI Institute and Astrobotic Technology, Inc. are announcing the successful mapping in 3D of the interior of an ice-rich lava tube in Iceland using a LiDAR-equipped drone. The team was investigating the Lofthellir Lava Tube Ice Cave in the remote Myvatn region of Iceland, and used the drone to document the lava tube's shape and extent, history of rock falls, and spectacular ice formations.

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2019-03-20 01:14:40

How heavy elements come about in the universe  

Frankfurt, Germany (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Heavy elements are produced during stellar explosion or on the surfaces of neutron stars through the capture of hydrogen nuclei (protons). This occurs at extremely high temperatures, but at relatively low energies. An international research team headed by Goethe University has now succeeded in investigating the capture of protons at the storage ring of the GSI Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenfor

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2019-03-19 11:49:21

Rehearsing for the Mars landings in Hawaii and Idaho  

Hamilton, Canada (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Imagine astronauts on Mars, tasked with picking rock samples that will be used by scientists to search for signs of life. But they can only transport a limited number back to Earth. What should they look for? Are some types of rocks better than others? They could try to ask for advice from the team of geologists and biologists back on Earth, but due to the distance between Earth and Mars it coul

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2019-03-19 08:04:14

Trembling Aspen Leaves Could Save Future Mars Rovers  

Coventry, UK (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Researchers at the University of Warwick have been inspired by the unique movement of trembling aspen leaves, to devise an energy harvesting mechanism that could power weather sensors in hostile environments and could even be a back-up energy supply that could save and extend the life of future Mars rovers. University of Warwick third-year engineering undergraduates have in recent years be

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2019-03-19 08:01:06

Witnessing the birth of a massive binary star system  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Scientists from the RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research in Japan, Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden and the University of Virginia in the USA and collaborators have made observations of a molecular cloud that is collapsing to form two massive protostars that will eventually become a binary star system. While it is known that most massive stars possess orbiting stellar companion

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2019-03-19 07:58:02

A Mission for the Space Force  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Many of the people familiar with the development of a Space Force have assumed that the current organization known as Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), headquartered at Peterson AFB in Colorado, will be transformed into this new service while remaining under the Secretary of the Air Force. This would be analogous to the Marine Corps being under the Secretary of the Navy. However, the mission of t

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2019-03-19 07:21:01

Aerojet Rocketdyne Powers WGS-10 Military Communications Satellite from Launch Pad to Orbit  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Aerojet Rocketdyne played a major role in successfully supporting the launch and placement of the tenth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS-10) spacecraft into orbit for the U.S. military. The mission was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket. Aerojet Rocketdyne propulsion systems on the Delta IV rocket included an RS-68A bo

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2019-03-19 06:18:01

Turkish Meteorite Traced to Impact Crater on Vesta  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 A collision on asteroid Vesta that created the U-shaped Antonia impact crater 22 million years ago produced the meteorites that fell near the village of Saricicek in Turkey in 2015, according to an international team of 79 researchers. "We visited Saricicek shortly after the fall," says Ozan Unsalan, lead author and planetary scientist from Ege University in Izmir, Turkey. "The villagers a

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2019-03-19 05:52:03

Russia's Vostochny Cosmodrome Ready for Space, ISS Launches  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 19, 2019 One of the routes opened for launches of Soyuz-2 carrier rockets from the Vostochny space center can be used to launch manned and cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS), a spokesperson for the Russian state space corporation Roscosmos told Sputnik on Sunday. "Indeed, [the route] with an inclination [of 51 degrees to the equator during launches from Vostochny spaceport] c

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2019-03-19 05:08:23

ESA's Hera asteroid mission borrows eyes of NASA's Dawn  

Paris (ESA) Mar 19, 2019 The mission to the smallest asteroid ever explored will employ the same main camera as the mission to the largest asteroids of all. ESA's proposed Hera spacecraft to the Didymos asteroid pair has inherited its main imager from NASA's Dawn mission to the Vesta and Ceres asteroids. Hera is currently the subject of detailed design work, ahead of being presented to Europe's space ministers at

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2019-03-19 03:56:06

Energy Loss Gives Insights into Evolution of Quasar Jets  

Dwingeloo, The Netherlands (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 An international team of astrophysicists observed for the first time that the jet of a quasar is less powerful at long radio wavelengths than earlier predicted. This discovery gives new insights in the evolution of quasar jets. They made this observation using the international Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope, which produced high-resolution radio images of quasar 4C+19.44 located over 5 bi

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2019-03-19 03:54:55

OneWeb Secures $1.25 Billion in New Funding After Successful Launch  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 OneWeb, a global communications company with a mission to bring connectivity to everyone, everywhere, announces it has secured its largest fundraising round to date with the successful raise of $1.25 billion in new capital. This brings the total funds raised to $3.4 billion. This round was led by SoftBank Group Corp., Grupo Salinas, Qualcomm Technologies Inc., and the Government of Rwanda.

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2019-03-19 03:25:18

Brazil leader, wooing Trump, opens base to US rockets  

Washington (AFP) March 19, 2019 Brazil's new right-wing president, Jair Bolsonaro, signed a deal Monday to open a base to US satellite launches as he appealed for warm relations with Donald Trump on a visit to Washington. The outspoken conservative, who will meet Trump at the White House on Tuesday, has ideological affinities with the US leader and has broken Brazilian precedent by heading to Washington, not Argentina, for

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2019-03-19 03:14:29

Acucela Signs Agreement to Develop a Compact OCT for NASA's Deep Space Missions  

Seattle WA (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Acucela Inc has signed an agreement with the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) to develop a compact OCT*1 device for NASA's Deep Space missions. Approximately 63% of long-duration spaceflight crewmembers present with one or more signs of Spaceflight Associated Neuro-ocular Syndrome (SANS), including optic disc edema, globe flattening, choroidal folds, cotton wool sp

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2019-03-19 03:13:20

A Prehistoric Mystery in the Kuiper Belt  

Laurel MD (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 The farthest object ever explored is slowly revealing its secrets, as scientists piece together the puzzles of Ultima Thule - the Kuiper Belt object NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew past on New Year's Day, four billion miles from Earth. Analyzing the data New Horizons has been sending home since the flyby of Ultima Thule (officially named 2014 MU69), mission scientists are learning more

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2019-03-19 01:05:20

Earliest known Mariner's Astrolabe published in Guinness Book of Records  

Warwick UK (SPX) Mar 19, 2019 Guinness World Records have independently certified an astrolabe excavated from the wreck site of a Portuguese Armada Ship that was part of Vasco da Gama's second voyage to India in 1502-1503 as the oldest in the world, and have separately certified a ship's bell (dated 1498) recovered from the same wreck site also as the oldest in the world. The scientific process of verifying the disc as

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2019-03-19 01:04:18

Soyuz MS-12 docks at the International Space Station  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 on March 15, at 04:02 Moscow time manned transportation spacecraft Soyuz MS-12 successfully docked the International Space Station (the ISS). The spacecraft crew consists of Roscosmos cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and flight engineers - NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch. Onboard the International Space Station the Soyuz MS-12 crew was met by the ISS-59 expedition commander -

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2019-03-17 06:52:36

NASA astronauts Hague, Koch arrive safely at Space Station  

Houston TX (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 Three crew members have arrived safely at the International Space Station, following a successful launch and docking of their Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft Thursday. The Soyuz spacecraft carrying Nick Hague and Christina Koch of NASA and Alexey Ovchinin of the Russian space agency Roscosmos launched at 3:14 p.m. EDT (12:14 a.m. Friday Baikonur time) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

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2019-03-17 06:03:33

Lockheed Martin develops world-first LTE-Over-Satellite System  

Valley Forge PA (SPX) Mar 14, 2019 Lockheed Martin has developed a new LTE-over-Satellite system designed to provide connectivity to remote regions, including areas without cellphone coverage, boats off-shore, or during natural disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes, catastrophic floods or volcanoes. New hotspots connect existing phones to satellites for reliable 4G connections. "When disaster strikes, cell phone

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2019-03-17 06:01:18

OSIRIS-REx images close in on Bennu's northern hemisphere  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 15, 2019 This trio of images acquired by NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft shows a wide shot and two close-ups of a region in asteroid Bennu's northern hemisphere. The wide-angle image (left), obtained by the spacecraft's MapCam camera, shows a 590-foot (180-meter) wide area with many rocks, including some large boulders, and a "pond" of regolith that is mostly devoid of large rocks. The two close

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2019-03-17 05:39:11

Space weather mission will venture deep into space  

London, UK (The Conversation) Mar 15, 2019 You may have noticed that some weather forecasts have started mentioning the chances of seeing an aurora, also known as northern lights. Just as the atmosphere of the Earth gives us terrestrial weather, the nearby, vast atmosphere of the sun gives rise to space weather - triggering events such as auroras. Many weather institutes around the world now provide forecasts of the weather in space beca

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2019-03-17 05:20:35

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