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Aerojet Rocketdyne teams with NASA to develop novel rocket engine technology  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 Aerojet Rocketdyne has entered into a Space Act Agreement with NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center to design and manufacture a lightweight rocket engine thrust chamber assembly using innovative additive manufacturing processes and materials. The goal of the project is to reduce manufacturing costs and make a thrust chamber that is easily scalable to support a variety of missions, including

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



Interstellar comet with a familiar look  

Krakow Poland (SPX) Oct 15, 2019 For decades, astronomers have speculated that the space between stars may be populated by exosolar minor bodies - comets and asteroids - ejected from their home planetary systems. Studies have also suggested that these bodies may occasionally pass through the Solar System and be identified thanks to their strongly open orbits. The discovery of 'Oumuamua two years ago brought the long-awaited con

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



Scientists find microbial remains in ancient rocks  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 Scientists have found exceptionally preserved microbial remains in some of Earth's oldest rocks in Western Australia - a major advance in the field, offering clues for how life on Earth originated. The UNSW researchers found the organic matter in stromatolites - fossilised microbial structures - from the ancient Dresser Formation in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The stroma

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



There's a new Clean Up Sheriff in LEO  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Oct 15, 2019 Yes, there is a new space debris cleanup sheriff in town and it is a sister company to Launchspace, called LAUNCHSPACE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION (LTC). This organization is focused on supporting commercial, civil and military activities in creating innovative new technologies and systems in order to strengthen and advance the exploitation of space. Although the name is new, it offers

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



OPIR Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting (GEO) satellite completes PDR  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 The Next Generation OPIR Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting (GEO) satellite program, commonly referred to as NGG, achieved another major milestone in 2019 by completing its system/ground and space vehicle preliminary design review (PDR) Sept. 27, 2019. Next Generation OPIR will provide a capable, resilient, and defensible space-based global missile warning capability against emerging threats.

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



ISRO works with Qualcomm to develop improved geo-location chipset  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Oct 15, 2019 India is moving forward towards harnessing space technology for national development and to make it accessible for everyone as they go about their daily lives. To improve the geo-location capabilities of upcoming mobile phones, automotive and Internet-of-Things (IoT) platforms, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and US-based chip-maker Qualcomm have developed a new chipset platform.

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



New satellite may make flood prediction easier  

Columbus OH (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 A satellite on schedule to launch in 2021 could offer a more comprehensive look at flooding in vulnerable, under-studied parts of the world, including much of Africa, South America and Indonesia, a new study has found. The study, published last month in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, found that the satellite also will likely improve flood modeling around the world, even in areas

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



How and when was carbon distributed in the Earth?  

Matsuyama, Japan (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 It is generally accepted that planetary surfaces were covered with molten silicate, a "magma ocean", during the formation of terrestrial planets. In a deep magma ocean, iron would separate from silicate, sink, and eventually form a metallic core. In this stage, elemental partitioning between a metallic core and a magma ocean would have occurred and siderophile elements would be removed from the

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



Study offers solution to Ice Age ocean chemistry puzzle  

Hobart, Australia (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 New research into the chemistry of the oceans during ice ages is helping to solve a puzzle that has engaged scientists for more than two decades. At issue is how much of the CO2 that entered the ocean during ice ages can be attributed to the 'biological pump', where atmospheric carbon is absorbed by phytoplankton and sequestered to the seafloor as organisms die and sink. Solving the

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



AI for understanding and modelling the Earth System  

Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany (SPX) Oct 15, 2019 An interdisciplinary team of four researchers from the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR), the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, the University of Valencia, and Columbia University has been awarded a 2019 European Research Council (ERC) Synergy Grant to understand and model the Earth system with machine learning, one of the important approaches of ar

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2019-10-14 21:40:05



Early warning signals heralded fatal collapse of Krakatau volcano  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 On 22 December 2018, a flank of the Anak Krakatau volcano plunged into the Sunda strait between the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java, triggering a tsunami that killed 430 people. An international research team led by Thomas Walter of the German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ in Potsdam has now shown that the volcano produced clear warning signals before its collapse. This was the resu

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AFRL reimagines tech development with virtual reality  

Wright-Patterson AFB OH (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 In a move the Wright Brothers likely never anticipated but surely would approve, the Air Force Research Laboratory Aerospace Systems Directorate is using a bicycle to demonstrate how virtual and augmented reality could revolutionize aircraft maintenance, as well as collaborative partnerships. At the Air Vehicles Technology Symposium, held Sept. 10-12 in Dayton, the Virtual, Augmented, and

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2019-10-14 12:11:53



Emirati astronaut returns home to hero's welcome  

Abu Dhabi (AFP) Oct 12, 2019 An Emirati astronaut who became the first Arab to reach the International Space Station received a hero's welcome home on Saturday. Hazzaa al-Mansoori of the United Arab Emirates was greeted by Abu Dhabi's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan at the capital's airport. Men, women and children lined a red carpet to welcome back Mansoori and his colleague Sultan al-Neyadi -

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First man to perform spacewalk dies  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 11, 2019 Alexei Leonov, a legendary Soviet cosmonaut who was the first man to perform a spacewalk in 1965, died in Moscow on Friday aged 85 after a long illness. The Russian space agency Roscosmos said it was saddened to announce the death of "cosmonaut No 11" who was twice decorated with the country's top honour, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Tributes poured in from across the globe, with Weste

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Global analysis of submarine canyons may shed light on Martian landscapes  

Stanford CA (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Submarine canyons are a final frontier on planet Earth. There are thousands of these breathtaking geological features hidden within the depths of the ocean - yet scientists have more high-resolution imagery of the surface of Mars than of Earth's ocean floor. In an effort to shed light on these mysterious underwater features, Stanford researchers analyzed a collection of global images from

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2019-10-14 12:11:53



Satelles, Inc. Secures $26 Million in Series C Funding Round Led by C5 Capital  

Reston VA (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Satelles, Inc. has raised $26 million in Series C funding. C5 Capital led the round, with participation from Iridium Communications and existing investors. This new investment brings Satelles's total funding since the launch of its platform to $39 million and will help the company expand its sales and marketing efforts, broaden its partner network, and accelerate product development. Indus

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2019-10-14 05:46:53



OmegA team values partnerships with customer, suppliers  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 As aerospace and defense suppliers from across the country took their seats at Constitution Hall in Washington D.C., a gleaming 18-foot-tall OmegA rocket model on the stage commanded their attention. The event was the third annual OmegA suppliers conference, and judging from the overall reaction to the 1/12-scale model, the only thing the suppliers would have liked to see more was an actua

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FAST identify origins of puzzling signals from space  

Beijing (Sputnik) Oct 14, 2019 For more than a month, Chinese scientists have been studying mysterious fast radio bursts coming from space. China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest radio telescope, has now picked up more of these radio pulses that have baffled astronomers for more than a decade. Chinese astrophysicists studying fast radio bursts or FRBs have reported doze

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2019-10-14 05:46:53



Army bio-inspired theoretical research may make robots more effective on the future battlefield  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 In an effort to make robots more effective and versatile teammates for Soldiers in combat, Army researchers are on a mission to understand the value of the molecular living functionality of muscle, and the fundamental mechanics that would need to be replicated in order to artificially achieve the capabilities arising from the proteins responsible for muscle contraction. Bionanomotors, like

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Sharing data for improved forest protection and monitoring  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 Although the mapping of aboveground biomass is now possible with satellite remote sensing, these maps still have to be calibrated and validated using on-site data gathered by researchers across the world. IIASA contributed to the establishment of a new global database to support Earth Observation and encourage investment in relevant field-based measurements and research. Forest biomass is

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Satlink shows the most advanced satellite telecommunications solutions to Spanish Special Forces  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 Satlink, a Spanish company specializing in satellite communications, has showcased the most advanced solutions currently available in the market to the Special Operations Forces of the Spanish Army as well as other government security agencies. The company has carried out simulations in real-life scenarios on a very practical day, called Operation Beyond the Horizon, in collaboration with

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Celebrating a mission that changed how we use radar  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 14, 2019 Oct. 11, 2019, marks the 25th anniversary of the end of a space mission that transformed the way we use radar to observe large-scale environmental processes on our home planet. The Spaceborne Imaging Radar-C and X-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SIR-C/X-SAR) mission made available to people worldwide the scientific data used to this day to inform decisions to slow and mitigate climate change.

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Space and Missile Systems Center completes summer launch campaign; with small launchers next focus  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 With the August 22 launch of Lockheed Martin's GPS III SV02 satellite aboard the final Delta IV Medium+ (4,2) launch vehicle, the Space and Missile Systems Center's Launch Enterprise marked the successful completion of a rigorous Summer launch schedule. Launching four critical missions in under 60 days from NASA's Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, SMC/LE

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



SMC sets new standard for acquisition and operations of SensorSat  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 The Operationally Responsive Space (ORS)-5 satellite, also known as SensorSat, will reach Full Operational Capability declaration later this year. Marking a significant milestone of success for the Air Force Space Command's Space and Missile Systems Center and the 18th Space Control Squadron, ORS-5 will continue to expand Space Domain Awareness. ORS-5 launched Aug. 26, 2017, and reached Op

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How to startup fusion devices every time  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 How do you start a fusion reaction, the process that lights the sun and stars, on Earth? Like lighting a match to start a fire, you first produce plasma, the state of matter composed of free electrons and atomic nuclei that fuels fusion reactions, and raise it to temperatures rivaling the sun in hundreds of milliseconds. Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Call for innovation to advance Europe's lab in space  

Paris (ESA) Oct 11, 2019 The International Space Station is open for business and ESA is calling on industry to help extend the capabilities of Europe's Columbus laboratory to support science and technology in space beyond 2024. Columbus is Europe's single largest contribution to the International Space Station. Launched in 2008, it is the first permanent European research facility in space. The laboratory h

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Aerojet Rocketdyne reams with NASA to develop novel rocket engine technology  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 Aerojet Rocketdyne has entered into a Space Act Agreement with NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center to design and manufacture a lightweight rocket engine thrust chamber assembly using innovative additive manufacturing processes and materials. The goal of the project is to reduce manufacturing costs and make a thrust chamber that is easily scalable to support a variety of missions, including

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



China's rocket-carrying ships depart for transportation mission  

Nanjing (XNA) Oct 14, 2019 China's two rocket-carrying ships departed Saturday from a port in east China's Jiangsu Province on a transportation mission. The two Yuanwang ships are China's first ships made exclusively to carry rockets. With a length of 130 meters, a width of 19 meters and a height of 37 meters, the ships have a displacement of 9,000 tonnes. Each ship is equipped with two 120-tonne cranes that c

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River relic spied by Mars Express  

Paris (ESA) Oct 11, 2019 Mars may seem to be an alien world, but many of its features look eerily familiar - such as this ancient, dried-up river system that stretches out for nearly 700 kilometres across the surface, making it one of the longest valley networks on the planet. The area of Mars shown in these new images from ESA's Mars Express spacecraft lies just south of the planet's equator, and is known to have

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Spacebit aims to land first UK rover on the Moon  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 At an award-winning and mind-blowing festival of discoveries and ideas - New Scientist Live, CEO and Founder of UK startup Spacebit, Pavlo Tanasyuk announced the first commercial UK mission to The Moon, making hereby lunar missions accessible. Spacebit will send the smallest robotic moon rover in the world, with legs and not wheels. This will be the very first time in history anything with

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Using AI to determine exoplanet sizes  

Porto, Portugal (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 A team of Instituto de Astrofisica e Ciencias do Espaco (IA) researchers has published an article[3], led by Solene Ulmer-Moll, which shows that by knowing an exoplanet's mass and equilibrium temperature, it's possible to constrain its radius, with higher accuracy than previous methods. Solene Ulmer-Moll, a PhD student at the Science Faculty of the University of Porto (FCUP) explains this

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Black holes stunt growth of dwarf galaxies  

Riverside CA (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 Astronomers at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered that powerful winds driven by supermassive black holes in the centers of dwarf galaxies have a significant impact on the evolution of these galaxies by suppressing star formation. Dwarf galaxies are small galaxies that contain between 100 million to a few billion stars. In contrast, the Milky Way has 200-400 billion st

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2019-10-13 21:51:55



Violent flaring at the heart of a black hole system  

Southampton UK (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Southampton, have used state-of-the-art cameras to create a high-frame rate movie of a growing black hole system at a level of detail never seen before. In the process they uncovered new clues to understanding the immediate surroundings of these enigmatic objects. The scientists publish their work in a new paper in Monthly Notices of

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UK teams complete space weather mission study ahead of selection decision in November  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 The first phase of design work for the European Space Agency's Lagrange spacecraft has been completed, with three out of the four multinational teams led by the UK. This ESA mission, together with a complementary US mission, will form the major elements of an early warning system for severe space weather, which can be hazardous to critical infrastructure on Earth and human life in space.

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How supergiant stars repeatedly cool and heat up  

Brussels, Belgium (SPX) Oct 14, 2019 An international team of professional and amateur astronomers, which includes Alex Lobel, astronomer at the Royal Observatory of Belgium, has determined in detail how the temperature of four yellow hypergiants increases from 4,000 degrees to 8,000 degrees and back again in a few decades. They publish their findings in the professional journal Astronomy and Astrophysics. The researchers ana

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The Milky Way kidnapped several tiny galaxies from its neighbor  

Riverside CA (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 Just like the moon orbits the Earth, and the Earth orbits the sun, galaxies orbit each other according to the predictions of cosmology. For example, more than 50 discovered satellite galaxies orbit our own galaxy, the Milky Way. The largest of these is the Large Magellanic Cloud, or LMC, a large dwarf galaxy that resembles a faint cloud in the Southern Hemisphere night sky. A team of

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NASA, SpaceX present united front on human spaceflight  

Orlando FL (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk presented a united front Thursday on the United States' pursuit to return to human spaceflight. "This is a big deal for our country," Bridenstine said, standing next to Musk at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, Calif. "We can't get it wrong. In fact, we have to get it right." The joint appearance of NASA's top executive and the l

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



NASA and SpaceX hope for manned mission to ISS in early 2020  

Los Angeles (AFP) Oct 11, 2019 SpaceX could launch US astronauts to the International Space Station as early as next year if tests on the company's long-delayed Crew Dragon capsule prove conclusive, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said Thursday. Bridenstine made the announcement as he toured the California headquarters of billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX, a major contractor for NASA. The visit came as Bridenstine and

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



Study suggests ice on lunar south pole may have more than one source  

Providence RI (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 The discovery of ice deposits in craters scattered across the Moon's south pole has helped to renew interest in exploring the lunar surface, but no one is sure exactly when or how that ice got there. A new study published in the journal Icarus suggests that while a majority of those deposits are likely billions of years old, some may be much more recent. Ariel Deutsch, a graduate student i

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



NASA's supersonic X-59 QueSST coming together at Skunk Works  

Palmdale CA (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 In the high desert of California, where some of the most important aircraft in aviation history have been built and flown, the next airplane destined to take its place among those aeronautical icons continues to take shape on a legendary factory floor. That airplane is NASA's X-59 QueSST (short for Quiet SuperSonic Technology), an experimental piloted aircraft designed to fly faster than s

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



NASA spacecraft launches on mission to explore frontier of space  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 After successfully launching Thursday night, NASA's Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) spacecraft is in orbit for a first-of-its-kind mission to study a region of space where changes can disrupt communications and satellite orbits, and even increase radiation risks to astronauts. A Northrop Grumman Stargazer L-1011 aircraft took off at 8:31 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral Air Force Statio

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Luca powers up for a spacewalk  

Paris (ESA) Oct 11, 2019 European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Luca Parmitano is preparing to step out into space for his first spacewalk of the Beyond mission. Scheduled for 25 October, he will work with NASA astronaut Jessica Meir to replace nickel hydrogen batteries with newer lithium ion batteries and install battery adapter plates on the Space Station's Port-6 truss structure. This is a process fellow E

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Liquifying a rocky exoplanet  

Bern, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Rocky exoplanets that are around Earth-size are comparatively small, which makes them incredibly difficult to detect and characterise using telescopes. What are the optimal conditions to find such small planets that linger in the darkness? "A rocky planet that is hot, molten, and possibly harboring a large outgassed atmosphere ticks all the boxes," says Dan Bower, astrophysicist at the Center fo

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



Milky Way's Center Will Be Revealed by NASA's Webb Telescope  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 The center of our galaxy is a crowded place: A black hole weighing 4 million times as much as our Sun is surrounded by millions of stars whipping around it at breakneck speeds. This extreme environment is bathed in intense ultraviolet light and X-ray radiation. Yet much of this activity is hidden from our view, obscured by vast swaths of interstellar dust. NASA's upcoming James Webb Space

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Physicists have found a way to 'hear' dark matter  

Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Physicists at Stockholm University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionise the search for the elusive dark matter. Dark matter is a mysterious substance that makes up 85% of the matter in the universe. Originally introduced to explain why the Strong Force (which holds together protons and neutrons) is the same backwards and for

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



Milky Way raids intergalactic 'bank accounts,' Hubble study finds  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 Our Milky Way is a frugal galaxy. Supernovas and violent stellar winds blow gas out of the galactic disk, but that gas falls back onto the galaxy to form new generations of stars. In an ambitious effort to conduct a full accounting of this recycling process, astronomers were surprised to find a surplus of incoming gas. "We expected to find the Milky Way's books balanced, with an equilibriu

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



SwRI hypersonic research spotlights future flight challenges  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Southwest Research Institute engineers are advancing what researchers know about hypersonic flight. A new study presented at the 2019 Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force (JANNAF) Propulsion Meeting describes a series of tests conducted at SwRI's San Antonio headquarters that elucidate the conditions a future aircraft may experience traveling faster than 10 times the speed of sound. "Hypersonic

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2019-10-11 02:47:33



US, Japan, SKorea discuss NKorea denuclearization  

Washington (AFP) Oct 9, 2019 Officials from the United States, Japan and South Korea met in Washington on Tuesday to discuss North Korean denuclearization, just days after negotiations between the US and North Korea broke down in Sweden. US Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun held talks with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts, the US State Department said in a statement. They "reaffirmed t

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Astroscale takes next step towards commercial active debris removal mission  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Oct 11, 2019 Astroscale Holdings Inc. has entered the assembly, integration and test (AIT) phase of its End-of-Life Services by Astroscale-demonstration (ELSA-d) mission, following completion of rigorous design reviews and subsystem testing. "We are excited to be taking this next step in building our groundbreaking mission," said Seita Iizuka, Project Manager. "ELSA-d is an incredibly complex satellite

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New method delivers first global picture of mutual predictability of atmosphere and ocean  

College Park MD (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 University of Maryland (UMD) scientists have carried out a novel statistical analysis to determine for the first time a global picture of how the ocean helps predict the low-level atmosphere and vice versa. They observed ubiquitous influence of the ocean on the atmosphere in the extratropics, which has been difficult to demonstrate with dynamic models of atmospheric and oceanic circulation

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Warm ocean water attacking edges of Antarctica's ice shelves  

Boulder CO (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Upside-down "rivers" of warm ocean water are eroding the fractured edges of thick, floating Antarctic ice shelves from below, helping to create conditions that lead to ice-shelf breakup and sea-level rise, according to a new study. The findings, published in Science Advances, describe a new process important to the future of Antarctica's ice and the continent's contribution to rising seas.

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Jet taking off from Florida will launch NASA weather satellite  

Washington DC (UPI) Oct 10, 2019 After a two-year delay, NASA is ready to use a jet aircraft to launch a new space weather satellite from Florida on Thursday night, weather permitting. The Ionospheric Connection Explorer or ICON satellite will help NASA understand and predict how solar flares interact with the earth's atmosphere and magnetic field, including our planet's deadly Van Allen radiation belts. The data is expec

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



A new alliance begins between KSAT and Japanese SAR satellite startup Synspective  

Oslo, Norway (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 Norwegian Ground Network specialist and provider of EO services KSAT, and Japanese Space Industry Start-up, Synspective are announcing their global alliance. Tokyo based Synspective Inc., will develop a constellation of small Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites over the next few years aimed at providing solutions and data for the global market, using high resolution data. The first s

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ICON satellite to study boundary between Earth's atmosphere, space  

Washington DC (UPI) Oct 08, 2019 Inside the outermost layer of Earth's atmosphere, billions of negatively charged electrons bounce freely for long periods of time before being tamed by positive ions. The layer, the ionosphere, and its highly variable plasma waves can disrupt GPS signals and other radio-wave-based communication systems. To better understand the ionosphere and pinpoint the forces responsible for its vari

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



Roscosmos patents 'Cloaking' Spaceship to avoid spy satellites  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 09, 2019 The idea behind the invention is that through rearrangement of solar panels, a spacecraft can reduce its visibility and avoid inspection by foreign spy satellites. Russian space agency Roscosmos patented a spacecraft which can change its shape if approached by a foreign spy satellite, according to a descriptive note attached to the patent. "The invention allows reduction of noticeabi

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



OpFires program advances technology for upper stage with PDR completion  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 07, 2019 DARPA's Operational Fires (OpFires) program has reached a major program milestone, completing booster preliminary design review of an innovative two-stage tactical missile system. OpFires aims to develop and demonstrate a ground-launched hypersonic weapon system to engage critical, time-sensitive targets in contested environments. "U.S. ground-based forces currently are limited in effectiv

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'One small nibble for man': 3D printer makes meat in space  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 9, 2019 The prospect of astronauts tucking into a roast dinner has grown slightly closer after a successful experiment used a 3D printer to create meat on the International Space Station. The bioprinter produced beef, rabbit and fish tissue using magnetic fields in microgravity, a Russian medical technology company involved in the experiment said Wednesday. The experiment - an international col

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Raytheon to help Jet Propulsion Lab explore the universe  

Dulles VA (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 Raytheon will develop new space systems and flight software, and provide engineering, training and operations support for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, managed by Caltech, under a five-year, $150 million contract. The contract could potentially be worth $300 million over 10 years if all options are exercised. "JPL's pioneering spacecraft and rovers have led to groundbreaking discoverie

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Draconid meteor shower to light up the skies  

Washington DC (UPI) Oct 08, 2019 Get ready for a modest midweek meteor shower. That's what the Draconids promise to deliver. Though meteors will continue to streak across the night sky through Thursday, Tuesday night likely offers the best chance to see at least a handful of shooting stars - that is if the weather cooperates. And while the Draconids aren't typically dramatic, it's possible they could surprise s

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Humans will not 'migrate' to other planets, Nobel winner says  

Madrid (AFP) Oct 9, 2019 Humans will never migrate to a planet outside of Earth's solar system because it would take far too long to get there, Swiss Nobel laureate Michel Mayor said Wednesday. Mayor and his colleague Didier Queloz were on Tuesday awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for their research refining techniques to detect so-called exoplanets. "If we are talking about exoplanets, things should be clear:

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Saturn most moon-rich planet in solar system after discovery of 20 new moons  

Washington (UPI) Oct 9, 2019 Move over Jupiter, Saturn is now the most moon-rich planet in the solar system. This week, astronomers at the Carnegie Institution for Science announced the discovery of 20 new moons around Saturn. "Using some of the largest telescopes in the world, we are now completing the inventory of small moons around the giant planets," lead researcher Scott S. Sheppard said in a news release. "Th

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Alleged satellite images show Iranian tanker Adrian Darya anchored off Syrian coast  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Oct 04, 2019 Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that he suspects the Iranian tanker of transporting oil to Syria, referring to the relevant images from the tracking service Tanker Trackers, which in turn insisted that "this is not a confirmation of any oil transfer just yet." Alleged satellite images released by the US-headquartered space technology company Maxar Technologies on Thursday c

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Competition to find business ideas that are out of this world  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 British entrepreneurs could have their business ideas tested out on the International Space Station thanks to a new funding contest. The UK Space Agency will provide funding and the first space flight for the winning concepts, which could be anything from medicines and innovative materials developed in microgravity, to space-flown consumer products. Matched funding of up to Pounds 1

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How do the strongest magnets in the universe form?  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Oct 10, 2019 How do some neutron stars become the strongest magnets in the Universe? A German-British team of astrophysicists has found a possible answer to the question of how these so-called magnetars form. The researchers used large computer simulations to demonstrate how the merger of two stars creates strong magnetic fields. If such stars explode in supernovae, magnetars could result. Scientists f

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



Scientists observe formation of individual viruses, a first  

Washington (UPI) Oct 4, 2019 Scientists have captured images of individual viruses forming, gaining insights into the mechanics of viral assembly. "Structural biology has been able to resolve the structure of viruses with amazing resolution, down to every atom in every protein," Vinothan Manoharan, a professor of physics and chemical engineering at the Harvard University, said in a news release. "But we still didn'

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



Astronauts and citizens team up against light pollution  

Paris (ESA) Oct 10, 2019 For an astronaut looking out of the International Space Station windows, city lights are brighter than the stars. To tackle light pollution citizen scientists are urged to help map out the problem on their smartphones by identifying images of cities taken from space. Astronaut pictures are the highest-resolution, colour images of night available from orbit. "The International Space Station

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2019-10-10 03:15:20



Boeing's HorizonX $20M investment in Virgin Galactic values VG at $1.5B  

Washington DC (UPI) Oct 09, 2019 An exploratory division of U.S. aviation giant Boeing will make a $20 million investment for a stake in space tourism company Virgin Galactic, officials said Tuesday. Boeing's venture arm HorizonX will make the investment, which gives the Chicago-based company a minority stake in Virgin Galactic and will boost the latter's valuation to $1.5 billion. "This investment brings together t

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Pentagon requests $10.6 billion in funding for Space Development Agency  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Oct 07, 2019 Despite consistent bipartisan pushback and international criticism, the US Department of Defense's newest space agency may see drastic budget increases in the coming years as it looks to deploy some 1,200 satellites. The Pentagon has requested a total of nearly $11 billion in funding for its controversial US Space Development Agency (SDA) over the next five years, according to documents ob

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Russia to deploy over 10 space monitoring centres by 2022  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 07, 2019 Russia will deploy more than 10 new laser-optical and radio-technical space monitoring stations on its territory by 2022, the Russian Defence Ministry said. "It is planned to deploy over 10 new laser-optical and radio-technical systems in Russia that implement various principles of detecting and identifying space objects," the ministry said. The Defence Ministry also said that two ne

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Sea Launch platform stripped of foreign equipment, ready to leave US for Russia  

Los Angeles CA (Sputnik) Oct 09, 2019 The mobile maritime space port, designed to launch commercial payloads using specially-made rockets from near the equator, remains moored off California despite being purchased by a major Russian airline in April 2018. The Sea Launch maritime launch platform has been prepared to be moved from the US to Russia, with all of its US and Ukrainian-made components removed, a source in the Russia

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Astronauts grow 'space meat' but admit taste 'needs to be improved'  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 09, 2019 As global consumption of meat is projected to rise by 88 percent between 2010 and 2050 by the World Resources Institute, science is seeking less resource-intensive ways of producing it, with in vitro cultivation of animal cells offering a possible solution. Israeli food startup Aleph Farms announced on 7 October that it had successfully grown meat in space. "In a joint experiment on

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Scientist helps discover how water is regenerated on asteroids  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 Scientists have discovered how water molecules can be regenerated on asteroids moving through space, in an exciting breakthrough that could extend to other bodies such as the Moon. Published in the journal Nature Astronomy, the new research shows water can be replenished on the surface of asteroids if both solar wind and impacting meteoroids come together at very low temperatures. Le

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Pressure runs high at edge of solar system  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 Out at the boundary of our solar system, pressure runs high. This pressure, the force plasma, magnetic fields and particles like ions, cosmic rays and electrons exert on one another when they flow and collide, was recently measured by scientists in totality for the first time - and it was found to be greater than expected. Using observations of galactic cosmic rays - a type of highly energ

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



NASA iTech Challenge kicks off in Las Cruces, New Mexico  

Las Cruces NM (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 Ten companies have presented cutting-edge technology ideas that could be used in space to NASA's iTech program in Las Cruces this week. The New Mexico Partnership is proud to support this iTech event to bring entrepreneurs together with NASA researchers, industry executives and investors. An initiative by NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate, iTech aims to find innovative ideas that

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Russia bestows medal on US astronaut in failed launch  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 8, 2019 Russia has decorated NASA astronaut Nick Hague, who survived an aborted space launch last year, with one of its highest honours, the Order of Courage, a Kremlin decree said on Tuesday. Hague along with Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin had a close brush with death when their Soyuz rocket failed minutes after blast-off from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in October last year. They were fo

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



North Korea warns against Security Council meeting on missile tests  

United Nations, United States (AFP) Oct 7, 2019 North Korea warned Monday it would not "sit idle" if any attempt is made at the UN Security Council to raise the subject of its "self-defensive measures," an apparent reference to its recent missile tests. Three European countries - Britain, France and Germany - called for a closed door Security Council meeting Tuesday to discuss North Korea's test last week of a sea-launched missile, sayi

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



China launches HD observation satellite  

Taiyuan (XNA) Oct 07, 2019 China sent its observation satellite into space from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province at 2:51 a.m. Saturday (Beijing Time). The satellite, Gaofen-10, was launched aboard a Long March-4C rocket and entered the planned orbit successfully. It was the 314th flight mission of the Long March carrier rocket series. As part of the country's high-definition

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Putin: Russia is helping China with missile defense system  

Washington (UPI) Oct 4, 2019 Russia is aiding China in building a missile defense system able to counter ballistic and cruise missiles, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed. He added that Russian involvement will give China a measure of protection which only the United States and Russia currently have. China now has only a small, Russian-made S-300 system regarded as a modest deterrent. "We are now hel

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



UK space skills support sustainable development  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 UK satellite-enabled data technology, delivered through UK Aid, is improving the life chances of people around the world, while boosting the UK economy. Satellite technology and data can improve how we tackle global issues such as deforestation, sustainable food production and disaster response, new analysis shows. Three new reports, published during World Space Week, which runs from

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



Scientists identify molecule that could have helped cells thrive on early Earth  

La Jolla CA (SPX) Oct 09, 2019 To truly understand how the body works and improve human health, researchers need to tease apart the building blocks of our cells. But as scientists continue to make major breakthroughs in cellular biology, an important question lingers: How did cells originally form billions of years ago? A new study, led by Ramanarayanan Krishnamurthy, PhD, of Scripps Research, and Sheref Mansy, PhD, of

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



MOSAiC expedition selects ice floe for drift through Arctic Ocean  

Washington (UPI) Oct 4, 2019 Researchers with the MOSAiC expedition have found an ice floe to anchor the German research icebreaker Polarstern to for a year-long. Late last month, a team of researchers with the Alfred Wegener Institute's Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research set sail from Norway and entered the Laptev Sea, a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean. Their journey into the center of the Arctic was

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2019-10-09 03:46:58



NASA smallsats can aid hurricane forecasts with GPS  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 08, 2019 Eight briefcase-size satellites flying in a row may be key to improving forecasts of a hurricane's wind speed - detecting whether it will make landfall as a Category 1 or a Category 5. NASA's Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) fleet, launched in 2016, was designed to show whether the same GPS signals your phone uses for navigation can be used to measure winds deep within a hurri

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



L-chondrite breakup might have contributed to Ordovician biodiversification  

Kazan, Russia (SPX) Oct 04, 2019 About 466 Mya, a major impact event took place between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Space dust spread all across the Solar System, and some of it was found near Saint-Petersburg, Russia, and in the south of Sweden. "The enrichment of stratosphere by space dust in the mid-Ordovician might have triggered the ensuing cooling and biological diversification, and, consequently, late Ordovicia

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



NASA's Curiosity Rover finds an ancient oasis on Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 08, 2019 If you could travel back in time 3.5 billion years, what would Mars look like? The picture is evolving among scientists working with NASA's Curiosity rover. Imagine ponds dotting the floor of Gale Crater, the 100-mile-wide (150-kilometer-wide) ancient basin that Curiosity is exploring. Streams might have laced the crater's walls, running toward its base. Watch history in fast forward, and you'd

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Astronauts will spend much of October outside the space station  

Washington (UPI) Oct 7, 2019 October is spacewalk month for astronauts aboard the space station. By the end of the month, crew members will have completed a total of five spacewalks. Most of their time outside will be spent making upgrades to the space station's power system. The first of the five trips occurred over the weekend. Expedition 61 flight engineers Christina Koch and Andrew Morgan spent more than seven

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Kepler to launch satellite on a Soyuz mid next year  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 Kepler Communications signs launch agreement with Innovative Space Logistics B.V (ISL) working with GK Launch Services to deploy two satellites into sun-synchronous orbit in Q2-Q3 2020. The satellites will be the first of multiple batches of the next-generation platform, forming part of Kepler's Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation for global data services. Kepler's next generation of satel

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Lockheed nets $163.9M to support space-based infrared system  

Washington (UPI) Oct 3, 2019 Lockheed Martin has been awarded nearly $163.9 million for support of the space based infrared system. The contract, awarded specifically to the company's Lockheed Martin Space division on Wednesday by the Department of Defense, covers SBIRS contractor logistics support. The SBIRS provides early missile warning for the U.S. military through infrared surveillance. It evolved from

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Artemis, meet ARTEMIS: Pursuing Sun Science at the Moon  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 By 2024, NASA will land astronauts, including the first woman and next man, on the Moon as part of the Artemis lunar exploration program. This won't be the first time NASA takes the name Artemis to the Moon though. Two robotic spacecraft orbiting the Moon today were initially known as ARTEMIS - short for Acceleration, Reconnection, Turbulence and Electrodynamics of the Moon's Interaction with th

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Saturn surpasses Jupiter after the discovery of 20 new moons  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 Move over Jupiter; Saturn is the new moon king. A team led by Carnegie's Scott S. Sheppard has found 20 new moons orbiting Saturn. This brings the ringed planet's total number of moons to 82, surpassing Jupiter, which has 79. The discovery was announced Monday by the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center. Each of the newly discovered moons is about five kilometers, or thre

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Was Venus once warm and wet, new study of lava flow suggests not  

Houston, TX (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 A new study of the Ovda Fluctus lava flow on Venus indicates that it is made of basaltic lava. This discovery weakens the notion that Venus might once have been Earth-like with an ancient ocean of liquid water. Previous studies suggested that early Venus was once warm and wet based on the chemistry of its atmosphere and the presence of highlands. These highlands were thought to be formed o

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Were hot, humid summers the key to life's origins?  

St. Louis, MO (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 Uncovering how the first biological molecules (like proteins and DNA) arose is a major goal for researchers attempting to solve the origin of life. Today, chemists at Saint Louis University, in collaboration with scientists at the College of Charleston and the NSF/NASA Center for Chemical Evolution, published a study in the journal Nature Communications that suggests deliquescent minerals - whic

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



New shine for Sunrise's telescope  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 The balloon mission Sunrise, which aims a high-resolution telescope at the Sun from a flight altitude of more than 35 kilometers, is preparing for its next flight. The observatory is scheduled to embark on its third expedition in the summer of 2021. Preparatory work on the main mirror measuring one meter in diameter has already begun. At the Calar Alto Observatory in southern Spain, the mi

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Scientists observe year-long plateaus in decline of type Ia supernova light curves  

Belfast UK (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 This is a surprising finding as astronomers had expected that the light curve would not only continue decreasing but even experience a sharp drop, rather than flattening into a plateau. The discovery is a huge step forward for astronomers as they use the brightness of these kind of supernovae to measure the rate of expansion of the universe. The project began when scientists at the C

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



'Going to the Top of the World to Touch the Sky' to feature in NASA lecture  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 08, 2019 The public is invited to a free lecture called 'Going to the Top of the World to Touch the Sky,' with Dr. Douglas Rowland, NASA research scientist. The talk will occur in the Pickford Theater, third floor, Madison Building, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., on Oct. 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EDT. Every day, Earth loses hundreds of tons of its atmosphe

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Curiosity findings suggest Mars once featured dozens of shallow briny ponds  

Washington (UPI) Oct 7, 2019 Data collected by NASA's Curiosity rover suggests Mars once hosted dozens of shallow briny ponds that periodically overflowed and then dried. Scientists on the Curiosity mission described their interpretation of the rover's Gale Crater observations - and of the ancient Martian landscape - in a new paper published Monday in the journal Nature Geoscience. Soil and rock samples co

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2019-10-08 01:57:18



Not long ago, the center of the Milky Way exploded  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Oct 07, 2019 A titanic, expanding beam of energy sprang from close to the supermassive black hole in the centre of the Milky Way just 3.5 million years ago, sending a cone-shaped burst of radiation through both poles of the Galaxy and out into deep space. That's the finding arising from research conducted by a team of scientists led by Professor Joss Bland-Hawthorn from Australia's ARC Centre of Excell

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2019-10-07 06:11:26



NASA's Mars 2020 rover tests descent-stage separation  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 07, 2019 In this picture from Sept. 28, 2019, engineers and technicians working on the assembly and testing of the Mars 2020 spacecraft look on as a crane lifts the rocket-powered descent stage away from the rover. They've just completed a successful separation test at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. "Firing the pyrotechnic devices that held the rover and descent stage tog

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2019-10-07 06:11:26



NASA seeks industry input on hardware production for lunar spacesuit  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 07, 2019 When the first woman and next man step foot on the Moon in 2024, they will be wearing the next generation of spacesuits designed to give astronauts enhanced mobility to accomplish their exploration tasks on the lunar surface. NASA is currently designing and developing a new spacesuit system, called the Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit or xEMU, for use during Artemis missions at the Moon

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2019-10-07 06:11:26



Virgin Orbit selects RAF pilot as it plans satellite launch program  

Washington (UPI) Oct 4, 2019 Virgin Orbit, a private company planning launches of orbital satellites, announced that a Royal Air Force pilot will join its team. Flight Lt. Mathew Stannard will join the Virgin Orbit program in a three-year contract. He will be one of the company's pilots in the trials of Boeing 747-400 aircraft from which satellites will be launched. The announcement was made on Thursday in Californ

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2019-10-07 06:11:26



Deep space exploration isn't a far-fetched possibility  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 07, 2019 The future of deep space exploration holds the promise of solving the many mysteries that lie beyond our solar system. But despite renewed interest in again visiting the moon and a fevered pitch to reach Mars, deeper adventures into the galaxy will depend on the realization of light-speed travel. To the disappointment of many, the chances of going that fast, as any scientist will attest, a

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2019-10-07 06:11:26






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