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Post launch Status Briefing for Northrup Grumman Mission to Space Station

Post launch Status Briefing for Northrup Grumman Mission to Space Station

Christina Koch conducts research on the ISS. However, the first group of long-term residents on board the space station did not arrive until two years later in November 2000. The record now belongs...

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A 'Pink moon' will light up the sky this Good Friday

A 'Pink moon' will light up the sky this Good Friday

While the moon won't be pink it will still be a wraith site to see. As well as its colourful title, the first full moon of April is also known as the sprouting grass moon, the egg moon and the fish ...

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London braces for rail disruption by climate-change protesters

London braces for rail disruption by climate-change protesters

The group advocates non-violent civil disobedience to force governments to reduce carbon emissions and avert what it says is a global climate crisis that will bring starvation, floods, wildfires and...

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Nasa recruits SpaceX to smash Falcon rockets into asteroids

Nasa recruits SpaceX to smash Falcon rockets into asteroids

How will mankind deal with it? This isn't some fanciful mission dreamed up by Elon Musk following a stint on the Joe Rogan Experience, but rather NASA's own Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART )...

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Israel Moon Landing fails as Lunar Lander crashes

Israel Moon Landing fails as Lunar Lander crashes

And the work begins immediately. Why did it take weeks to get to the Moon? Beresheet was a privately funded mission to repeat what the USA, the former Soviet Union, and China have all achieved: la...

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Computer Recycling Market In-deep Analysis And Experts Review Report 2019

Computer Recycling Market In-deep Analysis And Experts Review Report 2019

The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. – The report studies how E-waste Recycling market will perfo...

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NASA's Cassini Reveals Lakes of Liquid Methane On Saturn's Moon

NASA's Cassini Reveals Lakes of Liquid Methane On Saturn's Moon

The prospect of methane-based life on Titan has been postulated before, after NASA found traces of vinyl cyanide in the atmosphere past year. The researchers found that the hydrologic cycle on Tit...

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Black Hole image ran through de-blurring software has focus

Black Hole image ran through de-blurring software has focus

An worldwide team of researchers harnessed the power of eight different radio observatories which are spread around the world, as they aimed to more about supermassive black holes, including the one...

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SpaceX Loses Falcon Heavy Rocket Center Core Booster in Atlantic Ocean

SpaceX Loses Falcon Heavy Rocket Center Core Booster in Atlantic Ocean

While the Arabsat-6A Falcon Heavy core (B1055.1) may have been lost, it was not planned to be part of the STP-2 Falcon Heavy's configuration. "Over the weekend, due to rough sea conditions, SpaceX'...

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London climate change protest

London climate change protest

The demonstrations are part of a global campaign, organised by the British climate group Extinction Rebellion , which encompasses protests in 80 cities, across 33 countries, in the coming days. They ...

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Meteors slamming into the Moon reveal underground water

Meteors slamming into the Moon reveal underground water

Between November 2013 and April 2014, the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer recorded occasional spikes in the numbers of particles, including water molecules, that were lofted off the m...

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Tornado damage reported in Monroe County

Tornado damage reported in Monroe County

A microburst "is a localized area of strong straight line winds that descends from a thunderstorm and is less than 2.5 miles in diameter", the weather service said. An 82-year-old man who was in the h...

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Extinction Rebellion: Environmental protests halt traffic

Extinction Rebellion: Environmental protests halt traffic

Members of campaign group Extinction Rebellion have also parked a boat at Oxford Circus, and blocked Marble Arch as part of a global day of action. Thousands of people are expected to take the str...

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NASA's Twin Study Finds Health Sustained During Year in Space

NASA's Twin Study Finds Health Sustained During Year in Space

In contrast, his brother's telomeres remained stable throughout the entire period. Image credit: Derek Storm, www.derekstorm.com. The Twins Study has been an important step toward understandin...

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This Isn't Just a Black Hole. It's 'Powehi'

This Isn't Just a Black Hole. It's 'Powehi'

Po is a significant boring wellspring of unending creation, while wehi, regarded with embellishments, is one of the serenade's depictions of po, the paper revealed. Dempsey was among 200 scientists wh...

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Arabsat 6-A launch successful

Arabsat 6-A launch successful

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, and successfully completed its first commercial mission by deploying the communications satellite Arabsat-6A into a geo-synchronous...

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Storms sweep across the South, killing 6 and injuring dozens

Storms sweep across the South, killing 6 and injuring dozens

Risk of severe thunderstorms Sunday, according to the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center . Heavy rains and storms raked MS into the night Saturday as the storms moved east. The deat...

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NASA twins study explores space, the final genetic frontier

NASA twins study explores space, the final genetic frontier

Results will guide future studies and personalized approaches for evaluating health effects of individual astronauts for years to come. By comparing the two men, who share the same genes, resear...

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Adani coal mine in hands of Qld govt

Adani coal mine in hands of Qld govt

ADANI Australia boss Lucas Dow says yesterday's approval of the mine's groundwater management plan verifies the measures outlined will ensure the ground water and the ecosystems that depend on it ar...

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Katie Bouman: The woman behind the first black hole image

Katie Bouman: The woman behind the first black hole image

The data they captured was stored on hundreds of hard drives that were flown to central processing centres in Boston, US, and Bonn, Germany. For Katie Bouman , it was all that, plus the culmination o...

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Falcon Heavy sends first commercial satellite into orbit

Falcon Heavy sends first commercial satellite into orbit

A 2018 test already had proven the side boosters could land themselves. But that same test also resulted in the core rocket falling into the Atlantic, giving SpaceX a two-of-three success rate that pu...

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Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport Adds MOON to List of Destinations

Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport Adds MOON to List of Destinations

Don't stop believing! We came close but unfortunately didn't succeed with the landing process. Only three countries have completed the formidable task of landing a spacecraft on the lunar surface - ...

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch from Cape Canaveral successful

SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch from Cape Canaveral successful

On Wednesday Elon Musk , SpaceX CEO suggested that a delay was likely due to "upper atmospheric wind shear" and SpaceX confirmed there would be no launch. The webcast should begin about 20 minutes be...

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Long-lost cousin of modern humans found analyzing bones from Philippines cave

Long-lost cousin of modern humans found analyzing bones from Philippines cave

Both small humans probably shrunk in a process called "island dwarfing" which occurs due to limited resources when species are cut off from the mainland. There's no sign that H. luzonensis encounter...

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This Is How the Huge Bottom of the Falcon Heavy Looks Like

This Is How the Huge Bottom of the Falcon Heavy Looks Like

Falcon Heavy, the most powerful launcher flying today, has one space mission under its belt - a successful February 2018 test flight that lofted SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk's red Tesla Road...

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ISS is basically a bacteria-filled locker room, study finds

ISS is basically a bacteria-filled locker room, study finds

The study - the first comprehensive catalogue of the bacteria and fungi on the inside surfaces of the ISS - can be used to develop safety measures for NASA for long-term space travel or living in sp...

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Spacecraft creates crater on asteroid with goal of unlocking solar system's origins

Spacecraft creates crater on asteroid with goal of unlocking solar system's origins

It said that could help explain where the Earth's water came from. The risky part about Hayabusa2's mission was that the spacecraft needed to quickly move out of the way after dropping the exp...

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First glimpse of black hole on the anvil

First glimpse of black hole on the anvil

They are extraordinarily dense entities and have gravitational fields so intense no matter can escape being sucked in, including stars, planets, gas, dust and light. A light year is the distance light...

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First ever black hole images in the final stage of 'printing — CAS

First ever black hole images in the final stage of 'printing — CAS

Recently revealed to represent a wide array of sizes - from tiny pinpricks to objects large enough to swallow a galactic cluster - black holes are formed when extremely large stars die, collapsing in ...

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NASA responds to outrage over spacesuit issue on ISS

NASA responds to outrage over spacesuit issue on ISS

But the trust put in them is high, and the tasks of this spacewalk will be executed with success, hopefully, by the Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques and Anne McClain. Since just one medium siz...

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch 'targeted' for Tuesday

SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch 'targeted' for Tuesday

The company is excruciatingly close to being ready for the big day, but its current projected launch dates of April 7th or 8th are looking increasingly unrealistic . Falcon Heavy will be even more po...

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India to have 100 satellites in space by 2025

India to have 100 satellites in space by 2025

On concerns raised by the US space agency, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Mr. Saran said, "NASA is continuing its cooperation with India, including in the manned mission to sp...

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Israel's Beresheet enters lunar orbit, becomes 7th nation to achieve feat

Israel's Beresheet enters lunar orbit, becomes 7th nation to achieve feat

It completed its first successful maneuver early Sunday morning when Beresheet's engine operated for 271 seconds and burned 55 kg fuel while reducing the Apolune from 10,400 km to 750 km from the moon...

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Classes to sue Shell over climate change

Climate activists intend to send a court summons in a court case to Shell. The summons is being delivered to Shell's headquarters in The Hague on Friday afternoon. Shell is responsible for 1.7% of...

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Snake's 'boyfriend’ leads hunters to largest python in Florida Everglades

Snake's 'boyfriend’ leads hunters to largest python in Florida Everglades

Snake hunters have captured what they say is the largest python ever found in the swamps of the Florida Everglades: a pregnant female more than 17ft (5.2m) long and weighing 140lb, or 63.5kg. The ...

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