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Test launches of Boeing's Starliner for ISS mission delayed again  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 23, 2019 The launch of US aerospace corporation Boeing-developed unmanned spacecraft Starliner to the International Space Station (ISS) was postponed to October 6 from September 17, and the test launch of manned Starliner was rescheduled to December 30 from November 30, a space industry source said. "At present, the test flight of the Starliner without a crew should begin on October 6, and a test m

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2019-08-23 11:44:45



In a quantum future, which starship destroys the other?  

Hoboken NJ (SPX) Aug 23, 2019 Quantum mechanics boasts all sorts of strange features, one being quantum superposition - the peculiar circumstance in which particles seem to be in two or more places or states at once. Now, an international group of physicists led by Stevens Institute of Technology, University of Vienna and University of Queensland flip that description on its head, showing that particles are not the only obje

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2019-08-23 11:39:31



Monster Asteroid Nearly Twice as Big as London's Shard Tower Heading Toward Earth - Report  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Aug 23, 2019 Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has previously claimed that the Earth has no defense against giant asteroids approaching the planet, with NASA and SpaceX currently developing systems that would help to redirect space rocks from bumping into the Earth. A monster asteroid larger than the world's largest buildings, including London's the Shard, will be passing near the Earth at a speed of 23,1

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2019-08-23 11:33:48



Boosting Space Situational Awareness: SMC awards SBIR Phase 2 contract  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) Directorate of Special Programs (DirSP) awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 2 contract to Bluestaq LLC who will develop the Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Marketplace program under the auspices of AFWERX. AFWERX was created in 2017 by then Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson to support rapid innovation within the

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2019-08-23 09:42:06



China's satellite tests pulsar navigation for future deep space exploration  

Beijing (XNA) Aug 23, 2019 Chinese scientists have conducted experiments on pulsar navigation with an X-ray space telescope, and the technology could be used in future deep space exploration and interplanetary or interstellar travel. The experiments were conducted on the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT), dubbed Insight, which was sent into space on June 15, 2017, to observe black holes, pulsars and gamma-ray b

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2019-08-23 08:34:40



'Game-Changer' for Cosmic Research: NASA Chief Touts Nuclear Powered Spacecraft  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Aug 23, 2019 Earlier this month, NASA's Future In-Space Operations working group said that its portable nuclear powered reactor will be ready to fly to Mars by 2022. Speaking at a National Space Council (NSC) meeting on Tuesday, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Jim Bridenstine specifically praised the potential use of nuclear thermal propulsion in space exploration. "Tha

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2019-08-23 08:26:03



Atacama Desert microbes may hold clues to life on Mars  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 23, 2019 Microbial life on Mars may potentially be transported across the planet on dust particles carried by wind, according to a study conducted in the Atacama Desert in North Chile, a well-known Mars analogue. The findings are published in Scientific Reports. Armando Azua-Bustos and colleagues investigated whether microbial life could move across the Atacama Desert using on wind-driven dust part

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2019-08-23 07:43:50



A space cocktail of science, bubbles and sounds  

Paris (ESA) Aug 20, 2019 The International Space Station was again the stage for novel European science and routine operations during the first half of August. Plenty of action in the form of bubbles and sounds added to the mix in the run-up to a spacewalk and the comings and goings of visiting vehicles. ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano installed the Multiscale Boiling experiment, known affectionately as Rubi, in its

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2019-08-23 07:34:04



Second Lockheed Martin-Built Next Generation GPS III Satellite Responding to Commands, Under Self-Propulsion  

Denver CO (SPX) Aug 23, 2019 The U.S. Air Force's second next-generation GPS III satellite, built by Lockheed Martin, is responding to commands, under control and now using its own internal propulsion system to get to orbit following its successful launch this morning. At 11:01 a.m. ET, Air Force and Lockheed Martin engineers at Lockheed Martin's Launch and Checkout Facility near Denver declared they had full control

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2019-08-23 07:23:09



Pentagon axes troubled $1 bn contract for missile defense  

Washington (AFP) Aug 22, 2019 The Pentagon announced Wednesday that it is terminating a troubled billion-dollar program to develop a ballistic missile interceptor, citing design problems. The Defense Department said it would seek bids for a new version of the weapons system called the Redesigned Kill Vehicle, or RKV. The program was being led by Boeing. "Ending the program was the responsible thing to do," said Micha

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2019-08-23 06:56:10



NASA Seeks BIG Ideas from Universities for Tech to Study Dark Regions on the Moon  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 23, 2019 NASA plans to land humans on the Moon by 2024 with the Artemis program. Before astronauts step on the lunar surface again, new technology instruments will study the surface. NASA is engaging the university community for ideas to help achieve some of these activities through its annual Breakthrough, Innovative and Game-changing (BIG) Idea Challenge, which is asking university teams to submi

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2019-08-23 06:27:39



A second planet in the Beta Pictoris System  

Paris, France (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 A team of astronomers led by Anne-Marie Lagrange, a CNRS researcher at the Institut de Planetologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble (CNRS/Universite Grenoble Alpes), has discovered a second giant planet in orbit around Beta Pictoris, a star that is relatively young (23 million years old) and close (63.4 light-years) and surrounded by a disk of dust. The Beta Pictoris system has fascinated a

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2019-08-23 04:22:47



Space Command, National Reconnaissance Office to form joint command  

Washington (UPI) Aug 21, 2019 A joint concept of operation will allow the new U.S. Space Command and the National Reconnaissance Office to form a unified command structure. Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire outlined the plan during a meeting on Tuesday at the National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia. Intelligence community assets would be under the operational and tactical control o

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2019-08-23 03:53:40



The near-Earth asteroid Ryugu - a fragile cosmic 'rubble pile'  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Aug 23, 2019 In the summer of 2018, the asteroid Ryugu, which measures only approximately 850 metres across, was visited by the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft. On board was the 10-kilogram German-French Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT) - a lander no bigger than a microwave oven and equipped with four instruments. On 3 October 2018 MASCOT, operated by the control centre at the German Aerospace Center (De

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2019-08-23 01:52:08



Russia sends 'Fedor' its first humanoid robot into space  

Moscow (AFP) Aug 22, 2019 Russia on Thursday launched an unmanned rocket carrying a life-size humanoid robot that will spend 10 days learning to assist astronauts on the International Space Station. Named Fedor, for Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research with identification number Skybot F850, the robot is the first ever sent up by Russia. Fedor blasted off in a Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft at 6:38 am Moscow

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2019-08-22 11:41:27



EVA complete installation of second Commercial Docking Port on Space Station  

Houston TX (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan concluded the spacewalk at 2:59 p.m. EDT. During the six-hour and 32-minute spacewalk, the two astronauts successfully installed the second of two international docking adapters (IDAs). The IDAs will be used for the future arrivals of Boeing CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon commercial crew spacecraft. NASA's commercial crew partnership w

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2019-08-22 11:21:47



A step closer to solving the methane mystery on Mars  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 Scientists have taken an important step towards revealing the mysterious source of methane on Mars, by refining estimates of the gas in the planet's atmosphere. The methane puffing from a huge crater on Mars could be a sign of life or other non-biological activity under the planet's surface. Gale crater, which is 154 km in diameter and about 3.8 billion years old, is thought by some to con

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2019-08-22 11:18:39



Study: NASA data shows Earth-sized exoplanet lacks atmosphere  

Washington (UPI) Aug 19, 2019 A rocky planet orbiting a star beyond the Sun does not have an atmosphere, according to a study released Monday. The study published in the journal Nature found that the Earth-sized exoplanet known as LHS 3844b is hot, with no gasses surrounding it, similar to Mercury, and lacks the thin atmosphere that helps to facilitate life on Earth. "The temperature contrast on this planet i

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2019-08-22 09:10:36



Newest GPS satellite scheduled to launch Thursday in Florida  

Orlando FL (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 The U.S. Air Force is set to launch its newest GPS satellite from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., on Thursday morning. It's the second in a new, third generation of GPS satellites for the nation, designed and built by Lockheed Martin to be more accurate with more protection against signal jamming. Liftoff aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta rocket is planned for 9 a.m., wit

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2019-08-22 09:05:55



New Iridium Certus transceiver for faster satellite data now in live testing  

McLean VA (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 Iridium Communications Inc. has announced the first 10 approved beta partners developing new products based on the state-of-the-art Iridium Certus 9770 transceiver. Each partner has received operational beta units, which have been undergoing extensive testing designed to fine-tune both the new transceiver and the first new solutions they will enable in preparation for service activation. Small a

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2019-08-22 08:23:59



Webb Telescope will investigate where are new stars born  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 When it comes to making new stars, the party is almost over in the present-day universe. In fact, it's been nearly over for billions of years. Our Milky Way continues to form the equivalent of one Sun every year. But in the past, that rate was up to 100 times greater. So if we really want to understand how stars like our Sun formed in the universe, we need to look billions of years into the past

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2019-08-22 06:41:56



Lockheed nets $80M contract for Aegis system upgrades  

Washington (UPI) Aug 16, 2019 Lockheed Martin received an $80 million contract from the U.S. Navy for electronic equipment upgrades to the Aegis missile system, the Pentagon announced. The new contract modification, announced Thursday by the Department of Defense, calls for Lockheed Martin's Rotary and Mission Systems division to cover the production, test and delivery of multi-mission signal processor equipment set

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2019-08-22 06:28:43



MDA selected to build robotic interfaces for Canadarm3 on Lunar Gateway  

Brampton, Canada (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 MDA, a Maxar company, has been awarded two contracts from the Canadian Space Agency for work on Phase A of the Gateway External Robotic Interfaces project. The Gateway External Robotic Interfaces will act as critical touch points for the eXploration Large Arm (XLA) and the eXploration Dexterous Arm (XDA), the major robotic manipulator elements that form Canadarm3, the artificial intelligen

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2019-08-22 05:55:30



Pearl White cubesats launched by Rocket Lab  

Mahia, New Zealand (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 Rocket Lab's Electron rocket lifted off Monday AUg 19, at approximately 6 a.m. MDT. Onboard the rocket was Pearl White, an Air Force Space Command demonstration program consisting of two 6U cubesat experimental spacecraft. The program goal is to design, develop, launch and operate two 6U cubesat experimental spacecraft as an on-orbit testbed for emerging technologies in 2019. The dem

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2019-08-22 05:15:04



Spaceflight consistently affects the gut  

Evanston IL (SPX) Aug 22, 2019 A new Northwestern University study discovered that spaceflight - both aboard a space shuttle or the International Space Station (ISS) - has a consistent effect on the gut microbiome. The Northwestern researchers developed a novel analytical tool to compare microbiome data from mice as far back as 2011. Called STARMAPS (Similarity Test for Accordant and Reproducible Microbiome Abundance Pa

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2019-08-22 04:37:12



Seeking innovative ideas for exploring lunar caves  

Paris (ESA) Aug 22, 2019 How would you design a system to detect, map and explore caves on the Moon? Our latest hunt for ideas is seeking novel initiatives that address this question. While the surface of the Moon has been well-documented with cameras on board several satellite missions, relatively little is known about the presence and nature of subsurface cavities. In volcanic areas of the lunar maria, planetary

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2019-08-22 03:58:11



Russia and China blast US missile test  

Moscow (AFP) Aug 20, 2019 Russia and China warned Tuesday that a new US missile test had heightened military tensions and risked sparking an arms race, weeks after Washington ripped up a Cold War-era weapons pact with Moscow. The US and Russia ditched the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty this month after accusing each other of violating the accord. Washington said the agreement also tied its hands

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2019-08-22 03:54:55



Atomic 'Trojan horse' could inspire new generation of X-ray lasers and particle colliders  

Stanford CA (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 How do researchers explore nature on its most fundamental level? They build "supermicroscopes" that can resolve atomic and subatomic details. This won't work with visible light, but they can probe the tiniest dimensions of matter with beams of electrons, either by using them directly in particle colliders or by converting their energy into bright X-rays in X-ray lasers. At the heart of such scie

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2019-08-22 03:35:24



U.S. Space Command to start Aug. 29, officials say  

Washington (UPI) Aug 20, 2019 The U.S. Space Command will begin operations Aug. 29, Vice President Mike Pence and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford said Tuesday. SPACECOM 's start, known as a stand-up, will be the first U.S. combatant command since the Africa Command in 2009, and does not indicate equal status within the government hierarchy with the five branches of the U.S. military. The da

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2019-08-22 02:15:45



Iran may soon make another satellite launch attempt  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 20, 2019 There are increasing signs that Iran may be preparing to launch another satellite into orbit. Between comments made by Iranian officials and observed activity at the country's "usually quite empty" primary launch complex, it seems Iran may be preparing to launch another satellite into orbit after it failed to do so earlier this year. A January attempt to launch a Payam environmental

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2019-08-21 11:53:33



A new holographic method to simulate black holes with a tabletop experiment  

Osaka, Japan (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 A research team from Osaka University, Nihon University and Chuo University has proposed a novel theoretical framework whose experiment could be performed in a laboratory to better understand the physics of black holes. This project can shed light on the fundamental laws that govern the cosmos on both unimaginably small and vastly large scales. Recently, the world was transfixed when the f

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2019-08-21 11:07:46



Improving the magnetic bottle that controls fusion power on Earth  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Aug 19, 2019 Scientists who use magnetic fields to bottle up and control on Earth the fusion reactions that power the sun and stars must correct any errors in the shape of the fields that contain the reactions. Such errors produce deviations from the symmetrical form of the fields in doughnut-like tokamak fusion facilities that can have a damaging impact on the stability and confinement of the hot, cha

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2019-08-21 08:46:46



China's newly launched communication satellite suffers abnormality  

Beijing (XNA) Aug 21, 2019 China's new communication satellite ChinaSat 18, sent into space on Monday, has experienced abnormalities, and space engineers are investigating the cause. The ChinaSat 18 satellite was launched at 8:03 p.m. (Beijing Time) on a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province. The satellite separated with the carrier rocket a

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2019-08-21 08:45:38



US Govt issues new safety rules for launching nuclear systems into space  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2019 The US government has issued new safety rules governing the launch of nuclear systems into space, President Donald Trump announced in a new National Security Presidential Memorandum. "This memorandum updates the process for launches of spacecraft containing space nuclear systems," the document said on Tuesday. "The ability to use space nuclear systems safely and sustainably is vital to mai

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2019-08-21 06:46:16



NASA astronauts to install docking adapter on ISS during next EVA  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2019 NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan will conduct a spacewalk from the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday to install a docking adapter, NASA said on Tuesday. "NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan, assigned as flight engineers for Expedition 60 aboard the International Space Station, will begin a planned six-and-a-half-hour s

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2019-08-21 06:39:51



All instruments onboard Rosalind Franklin rover  

Paris (ESA) Aug 21, 2019 The full suite of scientific instruments, including cameras that will give us our eyes on Mars, the drill that will retrieve pristine soil samples from below the surface, and the onboard laboratory that will seek out signs of life are all installed on the ExoMars rover. The rover, named after the pioneering scientist Rosalind Franklin, is part of the ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars programme, and is

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2019-08-21 06:20:07



GRACE-FO shows the weight of Midwestern floods  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 21, 2019 In May 2019, after the wettest 12 months ever recorded in the Mississippi River Basin, the region was bearing the weight of 8 to 12 inches (200 to 300 millimeters) more water than average. New data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) mission, which launched in May 2018, showed that there was an increase in water storage in the river basin, extending east arou

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2019-08-21 06:18:55



Astrobotic selects United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur Rocket for its first Moon mission  

Pittsburgh PA (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 Astrobotic reports it has selected United Launch Alliance's (ULA) Vulcan Centaur rocket in a competitive commercial procurement to launch its Peregrine lunar lander to the Moon in 2021. "We are so excited to sign with ULA and fly Peregrine on Vulcan Centaur. This contract with ULA was the result of a highly competitive commercial process, and we are grateful to everyone involved in helping

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2019-08-21 06:14:37



Thomas Pesquet on a new underwater lunar adventure  

Paris (ESA) Aug 21, 2019 Over the next two weeks ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, NASA astronaut Drew Feustel and Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai will take part in a new NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) mission off the coast of California, USA, to assess concepts for undersea training that will aid our next steps on the Moon. Testing new technology, tools, techniques and training programmes for

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2019-08-21 05:18:10



UK seeking to enlist 'Five Eyes' for rival Galileo GPS system   

London, UK (Sputnik) Aug 20, 2019 In March 2018, the European Commission in Brussels confirmed the UK after Brexit was likely to be excluded from some aspects of the Galileo project, especially relating to PRS, despite having invested more than 1 billion pounds in the EU Global Navigation Satellite System. The UK is reaching out to its "Five Eyes" security allies to enlist their help in building an alternative to the EU's

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2019-08-21 04:03:15



Hall thrusters will enable longer space missions  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing has reignited interest in space travel. However, almost any mission beyond the moon, whether manned or unmanned, will require the spacecraft to remain fully operational for at least several years. The Hall thruster is a propulsion system that is often used by craft involved in long missions. A recent study by Andrey Shashkov and co-workers

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2019-08-21 03:50:36



India hints at changing 'no first use' nuclear policy  

New Delhi (AFP) Aug 16, 2019 India's defence minister hinted on Friday that New Delhi might change its "no first use" policy on nuclear weapons, amid heightened tensions with fellow atomic power Pakistan. India committed in 1999 to not being the first to use nuclear weapons in any conflict. Among India's neighbours China has a similar doctrine but arch rival Pakistan does not. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made the

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2019-08-21 02:56:19



Russia says US cruise missile test 'escalation of military tensions'  

Washington (AFP) Aug 19, 2019 The US Defense Department on Monday announced the test of a medium-range ground-launched cruise missile, just weeks after tearing up the Cold War-era pact with Russia eliminating that class of nuclear-capable weapons. The missile was launched on Sunday from the US Navy-controlled San Nicolas Island off the coast of Los Angeles, California. "The test missile exited its ground mobile launc

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2019-08-21 01:37:55



Iron-60 discovery in Antarctic provides data on solar system environment  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Aug 21, 2019 The quantity of cosmic dust that trickles down to Earth each year ranges between several thousand and ten thousand tons. Most of the tiny particles come from asteroids or comets within our solar system. However, a small percentage comes from distant stars. There are no natural terrestrial sources for the iron-60 isotope contained therein; it originates exclusively as a result of supernova

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2019-08-21 01:15:15



Microgravity changes brain connectivity  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 An international team of Russian and Belgian researchers, including scientists from HSE University, has found out that space travel has a significant impact on the brain: they discovered that cosmonauts demonstrate changes in brain connectivity related to perception and movement. Some areas, such as regions in the insular and parietal cortices, work more synchronously with other brain area

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2019-08-20 11:45:01



Japan steps in to supply key component to Russia's space program  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 20, 2019 A UK firm refused to export carbon fiber to Russia for use in the construction of its only space radio telescope, Spektr-M (Millimetron), after the company was bought out by a US citizen, Deputy Director of the Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences Larisa Likhacheva told Sputnik on Sunday. "We have worked with the UK firm since 2012 and it used to sell [the Russian Academy

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2019-08-20 11:32:51



Tiny GPS backpacks uncover the secret life of desert bats  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Aug 17, 2019 A new study from the University of Helsinki using miniaturized satellite-based tags revealed that during drier periods desert bats must fly further and longer to fulfil their nightly needs. According to researchers this signals their struggle in facing dry periods. Wildlife tracking has revolutionized the study of animal movement and their behavior. Yet, tracking small, flying animals such

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2019-08-20 11:04:18



India's Moon probe enters lunar orbit  

Bangalore, India (AFP) Aug 20, 2019 India's Chandrayaan 2 spacecraft entered lunar orbit on Tuesday, executing one of the trickiest manoeuvres on its historic mission to the Moon. After four weeks in space, the craft completed its Lunar Orbit Insertion as planned, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said in a statement. The insertion "was completed successfully today at 0902 hrs IST (0332 GMT) as planned, using t

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2019-08-20 09:55:16



China launches 3 satellites wth Jielong-1 rocket  

Beijing (Sputnik) Aug 20, 2019 China's new Jielong-1 (Smart Dragon-1 or SD-1) rocket, which is designed for commercial missions, launched three satellites into orbit for the first time, the Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday. The rocket was launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu province in the country's northwest at 12.11 local time (07.11 GMT). ?The three satellites, developed by three Beijin

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2019-08-20 08:47:55



Lab-based dark energy experiment narrows search options for elusive force  

London, UK (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 An experiment to test a popular theory of dark energy has found no evidence of new forces, placing strong constraints on related theories. Dark energy is the name given to an unknown force that is causing the universe to expand at an accelerating rate. Some physicists propose dark energy is a 'fifth' force that acts on matter, beyond the four already known - gravitational, electromag

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2019-08-20 08:44:38



Superdeep diamonds confirm ancient reservoir deep under Earth's surface  

Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Aug 17, 2019 Analyses show that gases found in microscopic inclusions in diamonds come from a stable subterranean reservoir at least as old as the Moon, hidden more than 410 km below sea level in the Earth's mantle. Scientists have long suspected that an area of the Earth's mantle, somewhere between the crust and the core, contains a vast reservoir of rock, comparatively undisturbed since the planet's

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2019-08-20 08:34:43



Mission to Jupiter's icy moon confirmed  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 20, 2019 An icy ocean world in our solar system that could tell us more about the potential for life on other worlds is coming into focus with confirmation of the Europa Clipper mission's next phase. The decision allows the mission to progress to completion of final design, followed by the construction and testing of the entire spacecraft and science payload. "We are all excited about the dec

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2019-08-20 08:30:32



NASA asks American companies to deliver supplies for Artemis Lunar missions  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 In another major step toward landing American astronauts on the lunar surface by 2024, NASA is asking industry to respond to a Request for Proposals to deliver cargo, science experiments and supplies to the Gateway to support Artemis missions to the lunar surface. Commercial supply services will support the agency's Artemis lunar exploration program which includes sending the first woman a

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2019-08-20 06:55:57



Scientists to use near-Earth object telescope to observe cosmic mergers  

Washington (UPI) Aug 16, 2019 Scientists have reprogrammed the Catalina Sky Survey's near-Earth object telescopes to look for both asteroids and cosmic mergers. "Catalina Sky Survey has all of this infrastructure for their asteroid survey," Michael Lundquist, postdoctoral research associate at the University of Arizona, said in a news release. "So we have deployed additional software to take gravitational wave alert

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2019-08-20 05:45:35



NASA studies how Arctic wildfires change the world  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2019 Wildfires in the Arctic often burn far away from populated areas, but their impacts are felt around the globe. From field and laboratory work to airborne campaigns and satellites, NASA is studying why boreal forests and tundra fires have become more frequent and powerful and what that means for climate forecasting, ecosystems and human health. "Fires are a natural part of the ecosystem, bu

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2019-08-20 04:41:24



Monitoring the Matterhorn with millions of data points  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Aug 17, 2019 The summer heatwave of 2003 triggered a rockfall that shocked both researchers and the general public: 1,500 cubic metres of rock broke away from the Hoernli ridge - a volume roughly equivalent to two houses. The fracture event exposed bare ice on the surface of the steep scarp. Experts soon realised that the record temperatures had warmed the rock down to such a depth that the ice contained in

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2019-08-20 04:35:01



Ancient Mars was warm with occasional rain, turning cold  

Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 Scientists have long known that water was abundant on ancient Mars, but there has been no consensus on whether liquid water was common, or whether it was largely frozen in ice. Was the temperature high enough to allow the water to flow? Did this happen over an extended period, or just occasionally? Was the surface a desert or frozen? Warm conditions make it much more likely that life would

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2019-08-20 03:21:06



A rare look at the surface of a rocky exoplanet  

Boston MA (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 A new study using data from the IRAC camera on NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope provides a rare glimpse at the conditions on the surface of a rocky planet around another star. The exoplanet very likely has little to no atmosphere, according to the data, and could be covered in the same cooled volcanic material that comprises the dark lunar regions known as mare. The exoplanet therefore might be si

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2019-08-20 02:08:13



Data rate increase on the International Space Station supports future exploration  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 20, 2019 NASA recently doubled the rate at which data from the International Space Station returns to Earth, paving the way for similar future upgrades on Gateway, NASA's upcoming outpost in lunar orbit, and other exploration missions. This new data rate will enable the space station to send back more science data faster than ever before. NASA's missions, both near and far, rely on quick and effect

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2019-08-20 01:17:19



New "Gold Open Access" Planetary Science Journal Launched  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 Research articles reporting significant developments, discoveries, and theories about planets, moons, small bodies, and the interactions among them will soon have a new showcase: The Planetary Science Journal (PSJ). This online publication is being launched by the American Astronomical Society (AAS), the major organization of professional astronomers in North America, in conjunction with t

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2019-08-18 06:30:57



US detect explosion of old European Ariane 4 rocket in space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 16, 2019 The Ariane-4 is a European disposable medium-class carrier rocket, which was used from 1988 to 2003. The rocket design was developed by the French National Centre for Space Research (CNES), produced by Arianspace. The US Air Force's Outer Space Monitoring Service spotted the explosion, in orbit, of the third stage of a European Ariane 4 space rocket, the 18th US Air Force's outer space con

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2019-08-18 05:52:19



CRISPR-Cas can now modify hundreds, of genes at once  

Washington (UPI) Aug 14, 2019 Scientists have supercharged CRISPR-Cas technology. According to a new study, the method can now be used to modify dozens, even hundreds, of genes. Over the last decade, scientists have been perfecting the gene-editing method known as CRISPR-Cas. But even as the technique became more precise, it remained limited in scale. Until now, scientists were only able to use CRISPR-Cas to modify

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2019-08-18 05:21:28



Astronomers measure mass, energy from high-mass protostar for first time  

Washington (UPI) Aug 12, 2019 Scientists have precisely measured the mass and energy of a jet driven by a high-mass protostar, a component and process that scientists estimate is a key to part of stellar formation. As gas and dust coalesce to form a protostar, the new stellar orb's gravity begins to pull in more and more of the surrounding gas and dust. As the new stellar material condenses, a high-velocity jet form

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2019-08-18 03:58:47



Dark matter may be older than the big bang, study suggests  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Aug 08, 2019 Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe's mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new Johns Hopkins University study now suggests that dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang. The study, published August 7 in Physical Review Letters, presents a new idea of how dark m

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2019-08-18 03:28:57



Physicists say they've discovered a new state of matter  

Washington (UPI) Aug 15, 2019 Physicists at New York University claim they have uncovered a new state of matter that could boost the storage capacity of electronic devices and pave the way for the first generation of quantum computers. "Our research has succeeded in revealing experimental evidence for a new state of matter - topological superconductivity," Javad Shabani, an assistant professor of physics at New Yor

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2019-08-18 02:38:17



Supercapacitors turbocharged by laxatives  

Bristol UK (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 An international team of scientists, including a professor of chemistry from the University of Bristol, has worked out a way to improve energy storage devices called supercapacitors, by designing a new class of detergents chemically related to laxatives. Their paper, published in the journal Nature Materials, explains why these detergents, called ionic liquids, are better electrolytes than

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2019-08-18 02:04:24



NASA Robots Compete Underground in DARPA Challenge  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 15, 2019 Robots from all over the world will compete to find objects in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Systems Competition, held Aug. 15-22 in mining tunnels under Pittsburgh. Among them will be a team led by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, that features wheeled rovers, drones and climbing robots that can rise on pinball-flipper-shaped treads to scale obstacles. Held by

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2019-08-18 01:47:49



NASA Marshall to lead Artemis Program's human lunar lander development  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was joined Friday by U.S. Representatives Mo Brooks and Robert Aderholt of Alabama and Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee at the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, to announce the center's new role leading the agency's Human Landing System Program for its return to the Moon by 2024. "Marshall Space Flight Center is the birthplace of

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2019-08-17 03:53:39



Best of both worlds: asteroids and massive mergers  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 The race is on. Since the construction of technology able to detect the ripples in space and time triggered by collisions from massive objects in the universe, astronomers around the world have been searching for the bursts of light that could accompany such collisions, which are thought to be the sources of rare heavy elements. The University of Arizona's Steward Observatory has partnered

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2019-08-17 03:52:05



SNC selects ULA for Dream Chaser launches  

Sparks NV (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has selected United Launch Alliance (ULA) as the launch vehicle provider for the Dream Chaser spacecraft's six NASA missions to the International Space Station. The Dream Chaser will launch aboard ULA's Vulcan Centaur rockets for its cargo resupply and return services to the space station, starting in 2021. "Dream Chaser can launch from any conventional rock

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2019-08-17 03:51:39



Brain games hosted by Keegan-Michael Key will test perceptions with a live audience  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 The nature of reality subjects our receptors and brains to varying interpretations. This fascinating premise continues in the new season of Brain Games. Most of us rarely concern ourselves on how our brains process and interpret the data that it is fed, but the process behind it is incredibly important and fun to explore. Our interaction with the physical world in touch, sight, taste, and

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2019-08-17 02:27:16



Robotic tool operations bring in-space refueling closer to reality  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 NASA's Robotic Refueling Mission 3 (RRM3) completed an initial set of tool operations, bringing the idea of using water ice or methane from other worlds as fuel for spacecraft one step closer to reality. The ability to store and transfer cryogens (super-cold hydrogen, oxygen and methane) will help spacecraft journey father into our solar system and beyond. The successful operations d

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2019-08-17 02:15:18



Does ET exist ponders UVA astronomer  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 Many people have a knee-jerk reaction when it comes to extraterrestrial life. Claims of sightings often are immediately dismissed or ridiculed as being crazy. Alternately, some people assume that scientists or the government are hiding something. Thanks to Hollywood, and sometimes-irresponsible "documentaries," many misconceptions exist regarding E.T. life - whether or not E.T. life actually exi

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2019-08-17 02:02:19



Proposals selected for small satellites to study interplanetary space  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 NASA has selected two proposals to demonstrate small satellite technologies to improve science observations in deep space, which could help NASA develop better models to predict space weather events that can affect astronauts and spacecraft. "This is the first time that our heliophysics program has funded this kind of technology demonstration," said Peg Luce, deputy director of the Helioph

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2019-08-16 11:53:37



Timeline suggests 'giant planet migration' was earlier than predicted  

Washington (UPI) Aug 12, 2019 New research suggests the the reorganization of the solar system's planets, the so-called "giant planet migration," occurred earlier than previously thought. At some point in the earliest days of the solar system, the largest planets began moving from the inner to the outer solar system. Scientists don't know why it happened - only that it did. The migration sent protoplanets, comets a

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2019-08-16 11:13:15



ALMA dives into Black Hole's 'Sphere of Influence'  

Socorro NM (SPX) Aug 08, 2019 What happens inside a black hole stays inside a black hole, but what happens inside a black hole's "sphere of influence" - the innermost region of a galaxy where a black hole's gravity is the dominant force - is of intense interest to astronomers and can help determine the mass of a black hole as well as its impact on its galactic neighborhood. New observations with the Atacama Large Milli

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2019-08-16 10:50:29



Robotic toolkit added to NASA's Mars 2020 Rover  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 16, 2019 The bit carousel - a mechanism that will play a key role in the acquisition, containment and eventual return to Earth of humanity's first samples from another planet - has been incorporated into NASA's Mars 2020 rover. "The bit carousel is at the heart of the sampling and caching subsystem," said Keith Rosette, Mars 2020 sample handling delivery manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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2019-08-16 09:04:58



Roscosmos postpones joint ESA ExoMars mission after failed parachute tests  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 16, 2019 Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos said in a statement on Thursday that the launch of the joint Russian-European ExoMars-2020 astrobiology mission, aimed at searching for evidence of life on Mars, had been postponed after the recent failure of tests of the parachutes needed for the landing. "The launch of the ExoMars-2020 mission is planned to take place during the 'astronomic windo

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2019-08-16 08:58:56



Bolton says Russia 'stole' US hypersonic technology  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Aug 16, 2019 The senior White House official made the highly contentious claims while commenting on the recent explosion at a military facility in Russia's Arkhangelsk region involving the testing of an unspecified "new piece of armament," which the US has alleged was a new Russian nuclear-powered cruise missile. Russia's new hypersonic glide vehicle and hypersonic cruise missile systems are "largely"

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2019-08-16 08:29:21



Stellar Evolution in Real Time Detected in the Old Star T Ursae Majoris  

Boston MA (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 An international team of astronomers succeeded in detecting signs of aging in the red supergiant star T UMi. The star in the Little Bear constellation is currently going through its last nuclear "hiccups," and will soon end its 1.2 billion year-long life. Imagine that you are a fly and you want to figure out how humans age. You don't have the time to just pick one specimen and wait it out:

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2019-08-16 07:19:46



Moon glows brighter than Sun in images from NASA's Fermi telescope  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 16, 2019 If our eyes could see high-energy radiation called gamma rays, the Moon would appear brighter than the Sun! That's how NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has seen our neighbor in space for the past decade. Gamma-ray observations are not sensitive enough to clearly see the shape of the Moon's disk or any surface features. Instead, Fermi's Large Area Telescope (LAT) detects a prominent g

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2019-08-16 05:13:48



Virgin Galactic unveils new Mission Control for space tourism  

Washington (AFP) Aug 15, 2019 Space tourism moved a step closer to reality Thursday as Virgin Galactic unveiled its new Mission Control at a spaceport in New Mexico and the schedule for final test flights before taking paying customers into the final frontier. Spaceport America, a taxpayer-funded facility in New Mexico's remote Jornada del Muerto desert, received its license to operate in 2008 and was officially "opened"

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2019-08-16 04:32:44



How Many Earth-like Planets Are Around Sun-like Stars  

University Park PA (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 A new study provides the most accurate estimate of the frequency that planets that are similar to Earth in size and in distance from their host star occur around stars similar to our Sun. Knowing the rate that these potentially habitable planets occur will be important for designing future astronomical missions to characterize nearby rocky planets around Sun-like stars that could support life. A

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2019-08-16 04:17:33



Radiation up to '16 times' the norm near Russia blast site  

Moscow (AFP) Aug 13, 2019 Radiation levels were up to 16 times the norm in a nearby town after an explosion at a Russian missile testing site, the national weather service said Tuesday. The explosion at the Arctic facility on Thursday killed five scientists with Russia's nuclear agency, which later confirmed they were involved in testing new weapons. More victims were hospitalised. Rosgidromet, the weather monito

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2019-08-16 02:15:56



Largest impact crater in the US, buried for 35 million years  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 About 35 million years ago, an asteroid hit the ocean off the East Coast of North America. Its impact formed a 25-mile diameter crater that now lies buried beneath the Chesapeake Bay, an estuary in Virginia and Maryland. From this impact, the nearby area experienced fires, earthquakes, falling molten glass droplets, an air blast and a devastating tsunami. While the resulting "Chesapeake Ba

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2019-08-15 11:50:26



We use satellites to measure water scarcity  

Binghamton NY (SPX) Aug 14, 2019 Today, more than 700 million people around the world drink water from unsafe or untreated sources, such as wells, springs and surface water. About half of these people live in sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, in more than 30 African countries, fewer than 20% of the people have access to safe drinking water. Climate change is likely to worsen the situation by making water less available i

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2019-08-15 11:43:41



ThinKom Solutions Unveils New Multi-Beam Reconfigurable Phased-Array Gateway Solution for Next-Generation Satellites  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 ThinKom Solutions reveals its new innovative solution for efficient and effective land-based gateways designed to accommodate current and next generation low-Earth-orbit (LEO) and medium-Earth-orbit (MEO) satellite constellations. The new gateway concept, which ThinKom describes as an "array of arrays," will provide a superior alternative to the large "antenna farms" of parabolic dishes cu

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2019-08-15 11:24:03



A brief astronomical history of Saturn's amazing rings  

Los Angeles CA (The Conversation) Aug 15, 2019 Many dream of what they would do had they a time machine. Some would travel 100 million years back in time, when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Not many, though, would think of taking a telescope with them, and if, having done so, observe Saturn and its rings. Whether our time-traveling astronomer would be able to observe Saturn's rings is debatable. Have the rings, in some shape or form, exi

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2019-08-15 09:51:03



Mobility airmen play key role in successful satellite launch  

Travis AFB CA (AFNS) Aug 14, 2019 With the help of mobility Airmen from Travis Air Force Base, the Advanced Extremely High Frequency-5 communications satellite was launched into space Aug. 8 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. According to Don Ruffin, chief of the U.S. Air Force's Strategic Satellite Communications Division, the AEHF-5 satellite is built to withstand the electromagnetic effects of nuclear blast

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2019-08-15 09:35:34



Chandrayaan-2 enters Lunar Transfer Trajectory  

New Delhi, India (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 The final orbit raising manoeuvre of Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft was successfully carried out August 14, 2019 at 02:21 am IST. During this maneuver, the spacecraft's liquid engine was fired for about 1203 seconds. With this, Chandrayaan-2 entered the Lunar Transfer Trajectory. Earlier, the spacecraft's orbit was progressively increased five times during July 23 to August 06, 2019. The health

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2019-08-15 07:51:23



SEAKR reports Canada Patent for Advanced ASIC RF processing technology for satellite applications  

Centennial CO (SPX) Aug 13, 2019 SEAKR Engineering, Inc. (SEAKR) is pleased to announce it has been granted a Canadian patent for an advanced RF processing Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) technology. SEAKR's Canadian patent CA 2,953,837 "Integrated Mixed-Signal ASIC with Analog Digital Converter (ADC), Digital Analog Converter (DAC) and Digital Signal Processing (DSP)" marks the firm's 4th patent received globall

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2019-08-15 07:04:21



Evolving computers from tools to partners in cyber-physical system design  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 12, 2019 Department of Defense (DOD) systems and platforms are composed of numerous integrated cyber-physical subsystems, which create an enormous amount of complexity and makes their engineering a daunting task. Today, designing cyber-physical systems (CPS) requires an army of skilled engineers with the right domain expertise, and hundreds of domain-specific tools. The process used to design these

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2019-08-15 07:03:22



Secret Russia weapon project: gamechanger or PR stunt?  

Paris (AFP) Aug 14, 2019 A deadly explosion at a Russian testing site has focused attention on President Vladimir Putin's bid to build a nuclear-powered missile that the Kremlin hopes would give Moscow the edge in a new arms race. Western experts have linked the blast at the Nyonoksa test site on August 8, which caused a sharp spike in local radiation levels, to the 9M730 Burevestnik nuclear-powered cruise missile f

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2019-08-15 06:01:35



NASA descends on Icelandic lava field to prepare for Mars  

The Lambahraun Lava Field, Islande (AFP) Aug 14, 2019 To prepare for the next mission to Mars in 2020, NASA has taken to the lava fields of Iceland to get its new robotic space explorer ready for the job. With its black basalt sand, wind-swept dunes and craggy peaks, the Lambahraun lava field at the foot of Iceland's second biggest glacier, Langjokull, was chosen as a stand-in for the Red Planet's surface. For three weeks, 15 scientists and

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2019-08-15 05:07:14



NASA awards Physical Optics Corporation additional $4M contract for Zero Gravity Optical Fibers  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 Physical Optics Corporation (POC) is pleased to announce an SBIR Phase III award of over $4M for the production investigation of optical fibers in zero-gravity. This past April, POC had the honor to participate in its first space endeavor sending an engineering prototype to meet the International Space Station (ISS). The prototype was designed and built by POC's Applied Technologies Divisi

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2019-08-15 04:39:12



Chinese space startup to send heavy satellite  

Beijing (XNA) Aug 15, 2019 China's Smart Dragon-1 rocket will carry a heavy satellite developed by a commercial Chinese space company in its upcoming launch, the Beijing Daily reported Wednesday. The satellite, which weighs 65 kg, was manufactured by Beijing Qiansheng Exploration Technology Co., Ltd. founded in 2017 with a license to develop microsatellites and satellite data applications. With remote sensing

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2019-08-15 04:28:27



Young Jupiter Was Smacked Head-On by Massive Newborn Planet  

Houston TX (SPX) Aug 15, 2019 A colossal, head-on collision between Jupiter and a still-forming planet in the early solar system, about 4.5 billion years ago, could explain surprising readings from NASA's Juno spacecraft, according to a study this week in the journal Nature. Astronomers from Rice University and China's Sun Yat-sen University say their head-on impact scenario can explain Juno's previously puzzling gravi

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2019-08-15 03:37:28



The first DJ in space  

Paris (ESA) Aug 15, 2019 ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano made space (and music) history on 13 August when he broadcast the first DJ music set from orbit, performing to an audience of over 3000 people as part of the BigCityBeats WORLD CLUB DOME Cruise Edition. The results of his work were beamed to the main stage on board the cruise ship Norwegian Pearl moored at the Spanish island of Ibiza. His set of around 12 minut

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2019-08-15 02:52:01



Icebergs delay Southern Hemisphere future warming  

Seoul, South Korea (SPX) Aug 13, 2019 New research, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, has found that Antarctic icebergs can weaken and delay the effect of Global Warming in the Southern Hemisphere. Unabated Global Warming threatens the stability of the Antarctic ice sheet. Recent observations reveal a rapid thinning of the Pine Island and Thwaites glacier regions in Antarctica, which can be attributed partly to w

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2019-08-14 08:57:48



Teams test swarm autonomy in second major OFFSET field experiment  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 12, 2019 During the second field experiment for DARPA's OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program, teams of autonomous air and ground robots tested tactics on a mission to isolate an urban objective. Similar to the way a firefighting crew establishes a boundary around a burning building, they first identified locations of interest and then created a perimeter around the focal point. OFFSET e

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2019-08-14 08:40:24






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