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Russia to Complete Military Satellite Constellation Blagovest in April  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 15, 2019 The communications satellites will be spread out evenly to provide seamless global coverage. They are equipped with modern Ka and Q-band transponders and support high-speed Internet, telephony and other broadcasting services. The launch of the fourth and last military communications satellite of Russia's Blagovest constellation is tentatively planned for April, a source in the space indust

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2019-01-16 03:34:24



Australia's 'space city' hosts rising stars from around the globe  

Adelaide, Australia (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 Budding space industry professionals from around the world are gathering in Adelaide for the first Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program since the South Australian capital was announced as home of the national industry. From today (January 14), a record 54 participants from 11 countries will take part in the program conducted by the University of South Australia in partnership with the

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2019-01-16 03:18:58



Magnetic North's erratic behavior forces update to global navigation system  

Washington (UPI) Jan 14, 2019 Magnetic North is shifting rapidly, throwing off the World Magnetic Model that powers a variety of global navigational systems. Scientists were originally scheduled to release an updated model this week - a fix for the accumulating anomalies - but due to the government shutdown, the update's release has been delayed until the end of the month. Scientists with the British Geolog

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2019-01-16 03:01:04



Moon sees first cotton-seed sprout  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 16, 2019 One of the cotton seeds carried to the moon by China's Chang'e-4 probe is the first ever to sprout on the moon, according to scientists of a mini biosphere experiment Tuesday. After making the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon, China's Chang'e-4 mission pioneered the first mini biosphere experiment on the moon. Professor Xie Gengxin, of Chongqing University and chie

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2019-01-16 02:58:42



Beans to be next vegetable on astronauts' menu by 2021  

Oslo (XNA) Jan 16, 2019 Having successfully harvested fresh lettuce in space in 2015, astronauts are expected to see beans on their menu by 2021 thanks to high-tech planters developed by Norwegian researchers. A technical workshop at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) developed the model of the planter box for producing food in space, said Silje Wolff, a plant physiologist at the Center for

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2019-01-16 02:42:50



Renewed space rivalry between nations ignores a tradition of cooperation  

Bloomington IN (The Conversation) Jan 14, 2019 The annals of science fiction are full of visions of the future. Some are techno-utopian like "Star Trek" in which humanity has joined together in peace to explore the cosmos. Others are dystopian, like the World State in "Brave New World." But many of these stories share one thing in common - they envision a time in which humanity has moved past narrow ideas of tribe and nationalism. That assum

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2019-01-16 02:29:30



SLS liquid hydrogen tank test article loaded into test stand  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 The largest piece of structural test hardware for America's new deep space rocket, the Space Launch System, was loaded into Test Stand 4693 at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama Jan. 14, 2019. The liquid hydrogen tank is part of the rocket's core stage that is more than 200 feet tall with a diameter of 27.6 feet, and stores cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxyge

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2019-01-16 02:28:20



Aging Faster in Space to Age Better on Earth  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 A new investigation heading to the International Space Station will provide space-flown samples to scientists from academia, industry and government agencies, who have agreed to share their data and results in an online database that is open to the public. Rodent Research-8 (RR-8) examines the physiology of aging and the effect of age on disease progression using groups of young and old mice flo

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2019-01-16 02:05:20



Dragon Back on Earth as Crew Revs Up Station Science  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is back on Earth after splashing down in the Pacific Ocean Sunday night loaded with critical space research and International Space Station hardware. Four spaceships remain parked at the orbital lab including Northrop Grumman's Cygnus resupply ship from the United States. Today, the three-member Expedition 58 crew is exploring a wide array of microgravity scie

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2019-01-16 01:55:52



A new era of global aircraft surveillance is on the horizon as Aireon completes system deployment  

McLean VA (SPX) Jan 14, 2019 Aireon has announced a successful eighth and final launch and deployment of the Iridium NEXT satellite constellation hosting the Aireon space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) payloads. At 7:31:33 AM PST (15:31:33 UTC) a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and placed the final 10 Iridium NEXT satellites into low earth orbit (LEO).

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2019-01-16 01:38:09



Space dreams: Alum Frank Bunger's quest to make space tourism a reality  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 Frank Bunger, MBA 18, dreamed of space as a child. Today, he's pursuing that dream as co-founder and CEO of Orion Span, a startup that plans to build the Aurora Space Station to launch travelers into space 200 miles above the earth's surface by 2021. Bunger, who started Orion Span as a Haas student, has a goal to raise $2 million by Feb. 5 on SeedInvest, an online investment service, so th

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2019-01-16 01:17:14



Big Bang query: Mapping how a mysterious liquid became all matter  

Bethlehem PA (SPX) Jan 16, 2019 The leading theory about how the universe began is the Big Bang, which says that 14 billion years ago the universe existed as a singularity, a one-dimensional point, with a vast array of fundamental particles contained within it. Extremely high heat and energy caused it to inflate and then expand into the cosmos as we know it?and, the expansion continues to this day. The initial result of

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2019-01-16 01:13:20



NASA Astronaut Hague Who Failed to Reach ISS May Make One-Year Flight  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 15, 2019 NASA astronaut Nick Hague, who, together with Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin, did not reach the International Space Station (ISS) in October due to the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle accident, may go for a year-long flight on the station in March, a Russian space industry source told Sputnik on Sunday. "An option for US astronaut Nick Hague to carry out a year-long flight to the ISS in 2019-20

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2019-01-16 01:05:36



Physicists find new ways to manipulate light, paving way for quantum tech  

Washington (UPI) Jan 14, 2019 Scientists at Britain's National Physical Laboratory in London have developed new techniques for manipulating light. The research, detailed in the journal Physical Review Letters, could pave the way for new quantum technologies and telecommunication systems. While experimenting with an optical ring resonator, a small device capable of storing large amounts of high-intensity light

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2019-01-16 01:01:41



Competition for Young Space Entrepreneurs launched  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 The UK Space Agency is offering young people expert advice and a share of 50,000 pounds for their ideas of how satellites could improve life on Earth. The SatelLife Competition, now in its third year, is looking for innovative proposals that have the potential to use data collected from space to benefit our economy, health or the environment. Ideas from last year's competition inclu

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2019-01-15 03:55:20



Chang'e-4 to measure lunar temperatures during freezing night  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 15, 2019 The night on the moon is dark and cold, yet Chinese scientists don't know exactly how cold it can be. The Chang'e-4 probe, which made the first-ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon, will help them measure the moon's temperatures. A lunar day equals 14 days on Earth, and a lunar night is the same length. Temperatures vary enormously between day and night on the moon. Scientists est

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2019-01-15 03:50:22



Future of planet-cooling tech  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Simply reducing greenhouse gas emissions probably is not going to be sufficient for the planet to escape catastrophic damage from climate change, scientists say. Additional actions will be required, and one option is solar geoengineering, which could lower temperatures by methods such as reflecting sunlight away from the Earth through the deployment of aerosols in the stratosphere. However

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2019-01-15 03:36:14



Maxar's SSL selected to define small satellite requirements for Environmental Defense Fund  

Palo Alto CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2019 SSL, a Maxar Technologies company, and a leading provider of innovative satellites and spacecraft systems, announced today that it is leveraging Maxar's combined capabilities for a contract to define requirements for a small form-factor satellite that will monitor and measure methane emissions from oil and gas facilities around the world. The satellite, named MethaneSAT, will enable Enviro

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2019-01-15 03:35:31



D-Orbit awarded with ESA GSTP contract for the development of a precise in-orbit CubeSat deployer  

Fino Mornasco, Italy (SPX) Jan 15, 2019 The European Space Agency (ESA) awarded D-Orbit SpA with the General Support Technology Programme (GSTP) contract n 4000126167 titled "Development of a Precise In-Orbit CubeSat Deployer." The GSTP is an optional ESA program to enable the European space industry to develop leading edge space technology. Under the GSTP, ESA partner organizations - the Italian Space Agency (ASI) in this insta

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2019-01-15 03:33:17



China envisions moon base after far-side success  

Beijing (AFP) Jan 14, 2019 China will seek to establish an international lunar base one day, possibly using 3D printing technology to build facilities, the Chinese space agency said Monday, weeks after landing a rover on the moon's far side. The agency said four more lunar missions are planned, confirming the launch of a probe by the end of the year to bring back samples from the moon. The future launches will cul

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2019-01-15 03:27:14



Large asteroid skims past Earth  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 15, 2019 The celestial body known as AG3 was first mapped in December. Scientists then prepared to keep track of it, as it was projected to pass in the Earth's vicinity two weeks into the new year. A huge asteroid tracked by radars only a month ago passed just a short distance away from our planet in the early hours of Monday, The Express quoted the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) as saying. The sp

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2019-01-15 03:16:56



Giant pattern discovered in the clouds of planet Venus  

Kobe, Japan (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 A Japanese research group has identified a giant streak structure among the clouds covering planet Venus based on observation from the spacecraft Akatsuki. The team also revealed the origins of this structure using large-scale climate simulations. The group was led by Project Assistant Professor Hiroki Kashimura (Kobe University, Graduate School of Science) and these findings were published on J

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2019-01-15 03:09:35



Potential for life on planet around Barnard's Star  

Villanova PA (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 Barnard b (or GJ 699 b) is a recently discovered Super-Earth planet orbiting Barnard's Star, making it the second nearest star system to the Earth. Although likely cold (-170 degrees centigrade), it could still have the potential to harbor primitive life if it has a large, hot iron/nickel core and enhanced geothermal activity. That was a conclusion announced by Villanova University Astroph

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2019-01-15 02:57:11



UK Space Agency COMPASS project aims to to improve crop yields for Mexican farmers  

Harwell UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 SIAP, the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food - part of the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture (SAGARPA) - has signed a declaration of intent with the UK Space Agency to provide historic, statistical and satellite data to support Rezatec's development of a crop yield optimisation tool for Mexican farmers and other supply chain stakeholders. The Mexican

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2019-01-15 02:44:47



China unveils follow-up lunar exploration missions  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 15, 2019 China will launch the Chang'e-5 probe by the end of this year to bring moon samples back to Earth, a senior official of the China National Space Administration (CNSA) announced Monday. The Chang'e-4 mission realized the first-ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon, and its success has inaugurated the fourth phase of China's lunar exploration program. "Experts are still discuss

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2019-01-15 02:40:18



China's new lunar rover faces challenges on moon's far side  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 15, 2019 China's second lunar rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2), which is also the first-ever rover to drive on the moon's far side, will face great challenges brought by complicated terrains in its future exploration, Chinese space experts said Monday. The Chang'e-4 probe, including a lander and a rover, touched down on the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) Basin on the far side of the m

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2019-01-15 02:23:34



Iran satellite in US row fails to reach orbit: state media  

Tehran (AFP) Jan 15, 2019 Iran launched a satellite criticised by the United States on Tuesday but it failed to reach orbit, state television quoted the telecommunications minister as saying. "The Payam satellite was successfully launched this morning with the Basir satellite carrier. But the satellite unfortunately failed to be placed in orbit in the final stage," Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said. Payam and its

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2019-01-15 02:20:10



US Air Force contracts Lockheed Martin to continue GPS ground control supprt  

Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 The U.S. Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin the GPS Control Segment Sustainment II (GCS II) contract to continue to sustain and further modernize the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite constellation's ground control system through 2025. This is the follow-on contract to Lockheed Martin's current GCS contract awarded in 2013. Under the GCS II contract, the continued upgrade of the GPS

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2019-01-15 02:03:09



Closing The Space Launch Information Gap  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 15, 2019 The space revolution is underway. The excitement in the industry is palpable, and new staggering achievements are being accomplished at almost a daily rate. There is also a rapidly increasing tempo of new company announcements, new players who want to serve existing space markets or create new ones. New space companies are creating significant value, but how can anyone see through the hype to kn

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2019-01-15 01:28:23



Russian leadership to receive probe results on Soyuz hole in coming weeks  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2019 The results of the probe into a hole in the hull of the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, which was docked to the International Space Station (ISS), will be communicated to the Russian leadership in the coming weeks, Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russian space agency Roscosmos, said. In late August, the ISS crew experienced an air leakage which appeared to have been caused by a microfracture in the

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2019-01-13 19:18:40



Station, SpaceX managers set Dragon release for Sunday afternoon  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 14, 2019 To take advantage of calmer sea states in a different location in the Pacific Ocean, SpaceX and the International Space Station Program agreed to move the departure of the SpaceX-CRS-16 Dragon cargo craft from the station from early Sunday morning to late Sunday afternoon, setting up the first night splashdown and recovery of a Dragon vehicle. Dragon's hatch will be closed Sunday morning,

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2019-01-13 19:12:14



China declares Chang'e-4 mission complete success  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 14, 2019 China announced Friday that the Chang'e-4 mission, which realized the first-ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon, was a complete success. With the assistance of the relay satellite Queqiao (Magpie Bridge), the rover Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe took photos of each other. The scientific instruments aboard the probe worked well, and the images taken b

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2019-01-13 17:39:53



China offers Elon Musk permanent residency  

Beijing (AFP) Jan 10, 2019 Tesla boss Elon Musk has been offered a "green card", China said Thursday, a privilege enjoyed by an elite group of foreigners, including several Nobel laureates and a former NBA star. Musk was in China for the ground-breaking of Tesla's first overseas factory, which will allow it to sell vehicles directly in the world's largest market for electric vehicles. The high-profile entrepreneur

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2019-01-13 16:01:47



China to deepen lunar exploration: space expert  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 14, 2019 As the Chang'e-4 probe made the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon, a senior Chinese space expert said China will deepen its lunar exploration and venture further into the unknown. China's current lunar program includes three phases: orbiting, landing, and returning. The first two phases have been accomplished, and the next step is to launch the Chang'e-5 probe to collect

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2019-01-13 14:22:47



SpaceX laying off 10 percent of workforce  

Washington (Sputnik) Jan 14, 2019 The private US aerospace company SpaceX is laying off ten percent of its 6,000-person workforce, media reported. SpaceX will offer affected employees a minimum of eight weeks pay and other benefits, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday citing a person familiar with the matter. The company in a statement to the Times said the decision was necessary because to deliver for its custo

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2019-01-13 11:03:35



Craters surrounding Chang'e-4 pose challenge to lunar rover  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 14, 2019 Images sent back from China's Chang'e-4 show that the first-ever probe to soft-land on moon's far side is surrounded by lots of craters of different sizes, which pose a great challenge for future exploration of the lunar rover Yutu-2. The probe, comprised of a lander and a rover, touched down at the preselected landing area at 177.6 degrees east longitude and 45.5 degrees south latitude in

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2019-01-13 10:47:28



India's second moon mission in mid-April  

Bengaluru, India (IANS) Jan 14, 2019 India's second lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 with a lander and rover will be attempted in mid-April, a top space official said on Friday. "We are targeting mid-April to launch Chandrayaan-2 as there were certain tests which could not be done in time for the earlier scheduled January 3 launch," Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Chairman K. Sivan told reporters here. The detail

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2019-01-13 08:49:02



Rotating black holes may serve as gentle portals for hyperspace travel  

Dartmouth MA (The Conversation) Jan 11, 2019 One of the most cherished science fiction scenarios is using a black hole as a portal to another dimension or time or universe. That fantasy may be closer to reality than previously imagined. Black holes are perhaps the most mysterious objects in the universe. They are the consequence of gravity crushing a dying star without limit, leading to the formation of a true singularity - which hap

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2019-01-13 05:25:19



Soyuz spacecraft assembly to be fully monitored by video cameras  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2019 Russia's Rocket and Space Corporation Energia has introduced video surveillance at all stages of the construction of Soyuz spacecraft after a drilled hole in the household compartment of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft was found, a source in the Russian space industry told Sputnik. "There was a video recording system that monitored the main assembly sites. Now, it has been installed in three mo

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2019-01-13 05:11:16



SpaceX launches final 10 satellites for Iridium  

Los Angeles (AFP) Jan 11, 2019 SpaceX on Friday blasted off a payload of global communications satellites for Iridium, marking the first launch of 2019 for the California-based company headed by Elon Musk. "Three, two, one, ignition, liftoff of Falcon 9," Iridium CEO Matt Desch said on a live webcast as the white Falcon 9 rocket took flight from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 7:31 am (1531 GMT). The missio

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2019-01-12 03:33:40



SpaceX Falcon 9 completes Iridium Next launch campaign  

McLean VA (SPX) Jan 12, 2019 Iridium Communications Inc. has announced today that at 07:31 am PST (15:31 UTC) a flight-proven SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base and delivered the final 10 Iridium NEXT satellites to low earth orbit (LEO). All 10 satellites have successfully communicated with the Iridium Satellite Network Operations Center and are preparing to undergo initial on-orbit testing

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2019-01-12 03:30:49



India plans manned space mission by December 2021  

Bangalore, India (AFP) Jan 11, 2019 India will send its first manned mission into space by December 2021, the head of the country's space agency said on Friday. The three-person mission would make the Asian giant the fourth country after Russia, the United States and China to put people in space. "We are planning to have the first unmanned mission by December 2020, the second by July 2021, and the manned mission by Decembe

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2019-01-12 03:29:18



Elon Musk shows off prototype of Mars-bound rocket, Starship  

Washington (AFP) Jan 11, 2019 SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has unveiled the first pictures of a retro-looking, steely rocket called Starship that may one day carry people to the Moon and Mars. Musk posted pictures on Twitter late Thursday of the Starship Hopper prototype, which awaits its first flight test in Texas in the coming weeks. "Starship test flight rocket just finished assembly at the @SpaceX Texas launch site. This

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2019-01-12 02:38:20



China's moon rover prepares for a rough ride on the dark side  

Beijing (AFP) Jan 11, 2019 China on Friday hailed its historic mission to the far side of the moon as a "complete success" so far but said new challenges await its rover as it explores rugged terrain. The Chang'e-4 probe - named after a moon goddess - made the world's first soft landing on the moon's "dark side" on January 3, a major step in China's ambitions to become a space superpower. A rover dubbed Yutu-2 -

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2019-01-12 01:17:20



Navy test-fires low-cost, hypersonic-speed projectiles  

Washington (UPI) Jan 9, 2019 The U.S. Navy test-fired high-velocity projectiles using existing guns aboard a destroyer during an exercise last summer. Twenty projectiles were successfully fired at near-hypersonic speed from the USS Dewey's standard Mk 45, five-inch main deck gun during the "Rim of the Pacific" exercises off Hawaii, the USNI News reported. It was an attempt to learn if the 40-year-old gun's u

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2019-01-11 03:47:38



China moon rover 'Jade Rabbit' wakes from 'nap'  

Beijing (AFP) Jan 10, 2019 China's lunar rover got back to work on the far side of the moon Thursday after waking from a five-day hibernation, its official social media page announced. "Afternoon nap is over, waking up and getting moving," the Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2) posted on the Twitter-like Weibo. The rover on Saturday went into standby mode to protect itself from temperatures reaching towards 200 degrees Celsiu

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2019-01-11 03:47:09



China launches Zhongxing-2D satellite  

Xichang (XNA) Jan 11, 2019 China sent Zhongxing-2D satellite into space on a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province at 1:11 a.m. Friday. The satellite has entered the preset orbit. The Chinese-made communication and broadcasting satellite will provide transmission service for the country's radio, television stations and cable television networks. The Zho

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2019-01-11 03:11:26



Int'l payloads on Chang'e-4 start operation  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 11, 2019 China's Chang'e-4 probe has started carrying out a series of scientific research tasks involving multiple countries and organizations since it landed on the far side of the moon on Jan. 3, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) announced Thursday. The probe, comprising a lander and a rover, was launched on Dec. 8, 2018. The Yutu-2 rover left its first trace on the far side of the m

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2019-01-11 02:44:33



Relay satellite Queqiao plays key role in exploring moon's far side  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 11, 2019 China's Chang'e-4 probe has started the exploration on the far side of the moon thanks to the relay satellite that provides a communication link with ground control. The relay satellite, named Queqiao, meaning Magpie Bridge, after a Chinese legend, was launched on May 21, 2018, and became the first communication satellite operating in the halo orbit around the second Lagrangian (L2) point

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2019-01-11 02:41:39



US moves to speed military space upgrades under pressure from China, Russia  

Washington (UPI) Jan 9, 2019 The United States will accelerate its space program to compete with China's, a senior Defense Department official said. Vice President Mike Pence last year announced the U.S. military would create a sixth branch, the Space Force, by 2020 as part of a renewed focus on space exploration, as well as to meet concerns about the country's ability to defend assets in space. While the U.

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2019-01-11 02:34:41



Chang'e-4 probe takes panoramic photos on moon's far side  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 11, 2019 China's Chang'e-4 probe took panoramic photos on the lunar surface after it successfully made the first ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) Friday released the 360-degree panoramic photos taken by a camera installed on the top of the lander. The images were sent back via the relay satellite Queqiao, which was operating around

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2019-01-11 02:31:23



US asks Russia's Roscosmos to build lunar modification of Soyuz MS  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2019 The head of Russia's Roscosmos space corporation, Dmitry Rogozin, said on Thursday that the United States had requested the Russian side to create a version of the Soyuz MS spacecraft that could take space missions to the Moon. "Today, the United States is asking us to continue Soyuz flights with US astronauts... and even asking us to develop a version of Soyuz that could fly to the Moon a

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2019-01-11 02:10:08



High-Risk Space Gambling  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 Space station astronauts have to be "high-risk-taking" individuals. They volunteer to fly from the Earth to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard a Russian launch vehicle that has a less-than-stellar safety record. Once on board the ISS they are exposed to high radiation levels, weightlessness and the hard vacuum of space. In fact, they are at the mercy of the elements for the dura

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2019-01-11 01:36:26



Steam-powered asteroid hoppers developed through UCF collaboration  

Orlando FL (SPX) Jan 11, 2019 Using steam to propel a spacecraft from asteroid to asteroid is now possible, thanks to a collaboration between a private space company and the University of Central Florida. UCF planetary research scientist Phil Metzger worked with Honeybee Robotics of Pasadena, California, which developed the World Is Not Enough spacecraft prototype that extracts water from asteroids or other planetary b

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2019-01-11 01:14:46



China welcomes world's scientists to collaborate in lunar exploration  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 11, 2019 The Chang'e-4 mission, which accomplished the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon, embodies China's hope to combine human wisdom in future space exploration. Chang'e-4 is carrying four payloads developed by the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and the Saudi Arabia. "International cooperation is the future of lunar exploration. The participating countries would share the c

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2019-01-11 01:13:19



Roscosmos introduces $15Bln cap on building Yenisei super-heavy rocket  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2019 The leadership of Russian space agency Roscosmos has introduced a limit of 1 trillion rubles (approximately $15 billion) for the project of building the first specimen of the super-heavy Yenisei rocket, a source in the aerospace industry told Sputnik. In December, a source told Sputnik that the project might require up to 1.5 trillion rubles in funding. "During one of the recent sess

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2019-01-11 01:11:56



Gaia reveals how Sun-like stars turn solid after their demise  

Paris (ESA) Jan 10, 2019 Data captured by ESA's galaxy-mapping spacecraft Gaia has revealed for the first time how white dwarfs, the dead remnants of stars like our Sun, turn into solid spheres as the hot gas inside them cools down. This process of solidification, or crystallisation, of the material inside white dwarfs was predicted 50 years ago but it wasn't until the arrival of Gaia that astronomers were able to

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2019-01-10 04:46:27



Probing the magnetar at the center of our galaxy  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 In a new Caltech-led study, researchers from campus and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have analyzed pulses of radio waves coming from a magnetar - a rotating, dense, dead star with a strong magnetic field - that is located near the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy. The new research provides clues that magnetars like this one, lying in close proximity to a

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2019-01-10 02:34:51



Shutdown could delay fix for camera on Hubble telescope  

Washington (UPI) Jan 9, 2019 The Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Camera 3 has been turned off due to hardware anomalies, according to an update from NASA. "Hubble is still conducting science observations with its other instruments (one camera and two spectrographs) - more than enough to keep the observatory active for the near future," Cheryl Gundy, deputy news chief at the Space Telescope Science Institute to

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2019-01-10 01:57:12



Russian space chief says US shutdown delayed NASA visit  

Moscow (AFP) Jan 9, 2019 Russia's space agency chief on Wednesday said his trip to the US was postponed by NASA due to the government agency falling "victim" to the ongoing shutdown, rather than a diplomatic snub. Head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin, a firebrand nationalist politician known for his anti-Western rhetoric, was set to visit the US in February. His agency reacted furiously last week after NASA said it

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2019-01-10 01:37:44



First evidence of gigantic remains from star explosions  

Lancaster UK (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Astrophysicists have found the first ever evidence of gigantic remains being formed from repeated explosions on the surface of a dead star in the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.5 million light years from Earth. The remains or "super-remnant" measures almost 400 light years across. For comparison, it takes just 8 minutes for light from the Sun to reach us. A white dwarf is the dead core of a star. Whe

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2019-01-09 17:15:38



NASA's Osiris-Rex probe takes flyby video of asteroid Bennu  

Washington (Sputnik) Jan 10, 2019 The US space agency NASA has released a series of photos from its Osiris-Rex spacecraft that shows a series of flybys of the 1,600-foot-wide asteroid Bennu. The Osiris-Rex (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer) spacecraft arrived in orbit around Bennu, which orbits the sun between Earth and Mars, back in early December. The craft has a

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2019-01-09 13:04:20



First comprehensive, interactive tool to track SETI searches  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 For the first time ever, scientists have developed a way for the SETI community to keep track of, and update, all SETI searches that have been conducted and the results. Jill Tarter, SETI pioneer and co-founder of the SETI Institute, has launched Technosearch, a new-web-based tool that includes all published SETI searches from 1960 until the present. The tool also allows users to submit th

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2019-01-09 12:42:45



X-ray pulse near event horizon as black hole devours star  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 On Nov. 22, 2014, astronomers spotted a rare event in the night sky: A supermassive black hole at the center of a galaxy, nearly 300 million light-years from Earth, ripping apart a passing star. The event, known as a tidal disruption flare, for the black hole's massive tidal pull that tears a star apart, created a burst of X-ray activity near the center of the galaxy. Since then, a host of

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2019-01-09 10:07:07



NRAO identifies 100,000 star factories in 74 galaxies across the universe  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Galaxies come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Some of the most significant differences among galaxies, however, relate to where and how they form new stars. Compelling research to explain these differences has been elusive, but that is about to change. A vast, new research project with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), known as PHANGS-ALMA (Physics at High Ang

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2019-01-09 09:14:42



NASA fell victim to Trump-Congress Feud says Rogozin  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 10, 2019 NASA became the victim of the confrontation between US President Donald Trump and US Congress, Dmitry Rogozin the director general of Russian space agency Roscosmos, said Wednesday on NASA's decision to revoke his invitation to visit the United States. "In this situation, this is part of the feud between the Congress and Trump. In this situation, NASA was the victim of this feud," Rogozin

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2019-01-09 09:10:32



Black hole evolves as it wolfs down stellar material  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 On March 11, an instrument aboard the International Space Station detected an enormous explosion of X-ray light that grew to be six times as bright as the Crab Nebula, nearly 10,000 light-years away from Earth. Scientists determined the source was a black hole caught in the midst of an outburst - an extreme phase in which a black hole can spew brilliant bursts of X-ray energy as it devours an av

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2019-01-09 09:08:23



Milky Way-sized galaxy lacking galactic neighbors  

Ann Arbor MI (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Long ago in a galaxy far, far away, fewer galaxies were born than expected - and that could create new questions for galaxy physics, according to a new University of Michigan study. The study examined the satellite galaxies of Messier 94, or M94, a galaxy similar in size to our Milky Way. Researchers have long known the Milky Way has about 10 smaller, satellite galaxies surrounding it, eac

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2019-01-09 08:07:20



NICER maps 'light echoes' of new black hole  

College Park MD (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Scientists have charted the environment surrounding a stellar-mass black hole that is 10 times the mass of the Sun using NASA's Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER) payload aboard the International Space Station. NICER detected X-ray light from the recently discovered black hole, called MAXI J1820+070 (J1820 for short), as it consumed material from a companion star. Waves of X-rays

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2019-01-09 05:45:07



Five things to know about January's total Lunar eclipse  

Syracuse NY (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 This month's rare total eclipse will be the last one visible from the United States until 2022. Walter Freeman is an assistant teaching professor in the Physics Department at Syracuse University. Freeman answers five questions about the upcoming eclipse. Freeman says: What should those in the viewing area of the Jan. 20-21 total lunar eclipse expect to see? "Viewers will see a

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2019-01-09 05:42:44



Astronomers uncover brightest quasar in early universe  

Kamuela HI (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Astronomers have discovered the brightest object ever seen at a time when the universe was less than one billion years old. With the help of multiple, world-class telescopes in Hawaii - Gemini Observatory, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT), United Kingdom Infra-Red Telescope (UKIRT), and W. M. Keck Observatory on Maunakea, Hawaii Island, as well as the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rap

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2019-01-09 05:01:14



XMM-Newton captures cries of star shredded by black hole  

Noordwijk, The Netherlands (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Astronomers using ESA's XMM-Newton space observatory have studied a black hole devouring a star and discovered an exceptionally bright and stable signal that allowed them to determine the black hole's spin rate. Black holes are thought to lurk at the centres of all massive galaxies throughout the universe and are inextricably tied to the properties of their host galaxies. As such, revealin

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2019-01-09 04:20:06



Blue Origin to start flying tourists on New Shepard suborbital vehicle in 2019  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Jan 10, 2019 Blue Origin, a privately funded aerospace company owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has said it will start sending tourists on its New Shepard suborbital vehicle early this year, even though it has not determined the ticket prices yet. "We are aiming to fly people early in 2019, but let's be very clear - we have also said this before - only when we are ready ... We are so focused right n

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2019-01-09 04:17:46



Orbital Data Network provides emergency telecom services using UHP VSAT system  

Columbia MO (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Orbital Data Network has announced an enhancement of their solutions and services for restoring communication infrastructure to public safety networks, based on the latest VSAT technology from Canadian manufacturer UHP Networks Inc. ODN Inc. has decades of experience as a leading satellite network integrator and emergency services solutions provider. The company designs and integrates a ro

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2019-01-09 03:56:59



Gemini: cosmic telescope zooms in on beginning of time  

Hilo HI (SPX) Jan 10, 2019 Before the cosmos reached its billionth birthday, some of the very first cosmic light began a long journey through the expanding universe. One particular beam of light, from an energetic source called a quasar, serendipitously passed near an intervening galaxy, whose gravity bent and magnified the quasar's light and refocused it in our direction, allowing telescopes like Gemini North to probe th

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2019-01-09 03:52:01



Space microbes aren't so alien after all  

Evanston IL (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Microbes stranded in the International Space Station (ISS) are just trying to survive, man. A new Northwestern University study has found that - despite its seemingly harsh conditions - the ISS is not causing bacteria to mutate into dangerous, antibiotic-resistant superbugs. While the team found that the bacteria isolated from the ISS did contain different genes than their Earthling

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2019-01-09 03:46:08



Hyundai shows off walking car project  

Las Vegas (AFP) Jan 8, 2019 South Korean car maker Hyundai on Monday gave a look at work it is doing on a vehicle with robotic legs to let it walk or crawl over treacherous terrain. Hyundai showed off its Elevate project on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show gadget extravaganza, billing it an unprecedented "Ultimate Mobility Vehicle" that combines technology from electric cars with robotics. "What if a car de

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2019-01-09 03:43:46



Astronomers find warped protoplanetary disk around distant star  

Washington (UPI) Jan 8, 2019 Researchers in Japan have identified a young star with an already warped protoplanetary disk. The discovery could help scientists better understand how planets come to travel in slightly askew orbital planes. Until now, astronomers assumed the sometimes off-kilter orbital planes of planets is caused by the gravitational influences of larger planets. In other words, the feature is acquir

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2019-01-09 03:17:47



How game theory can bring humans and robots closer together  

Sussex UK (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 Researchers at the University of Sussex, Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have for the first time used game theory to enable robots to assist humans in a safe and versatile manner. The research team used adaptive control and Nash equilibrium game theory to programme a robot that can understand its human user's behaviour in order to better anticipate

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2019-01-09 03:06:08



SDSS: Science in the Library  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Want to learn everything there is to know about a subject? Go to the library. Want to learn everything there is to know about stars? Go to the stellar library. This week, astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) announced the opening of a new "stellar library" containing spectra of thousands of stars in our Milky Way galaxy. Having access to this library will help astronomers u

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2019-01-09 02:44:10



Dark Energy Survey Completes Six-Year Mission  

Batavia IL (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Scientists' effort to map a portion of the sky in unprecedented detail is coming to an end, but their work to learn more about the expansion of the universe has just begun. After scanning in depth about a quarter of the southern skies for six years and cataloguing hundreds of millions of distant galaxies, the Dark Energy Survey (DES) will finish taking data tomorrow, on Jan. 9. The s

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2019-01-09 02:41:01



Scientists orchestrate a symphony of the stars  

Portsmouth UK (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 A new stellar library has been created by UK and US scientists to, for the first time, give us a window of understanding on to our and other galaxies. Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) has announced the opening of a new "stellar library" containing spectra of thousands of stars in the Milky Way. For decades, astronomers have been trying to figure out what unique mi

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2019-01-09 02:28:35



Small-satellite launch service revenues to pass $69B by 2030  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Frost and Sullivan forecasts an estimated launch demand for 11,746 small satellites for new constellation installations and replacement missions by 2030. Such demand would take the small-satellite launch services market past the $69 billion mark and present significant growth opportunities throughout the industry. In order to keep up with market demand, Frost and Sullivan anticipates innov

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2019-01-09 02:27:08



World-first chameleon satellite leaving native British shores  

Paris (ESA) Jan 10, 2019 The last component of British-built chameleon satellite, Eutelsat Quantum, is getting ready to leave home for good. The final piece of equipment is part of the new SSTL platform; the chassis that provides a payload with structure, power and the ability to propel itself through space. Representing a major first for the company, the platform weighs in at just over 1 tonne, which is an

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2019-01-09 02:01:51



Young planets orbiting red dwarfs may lack ingredients for life  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Rocky planets orbiting red dwarf stars may be bone dry and lifeless, according to a new study using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope (Water and organic compounds, essential for life as we know it, may get blown away before they can reach the surface of young planets. This hypothesis is based on surprising observations of a rapidly eroding dust-and-gas disk encircl

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2019-01-09 01:41:03



Shutdown keeps US experts away from scientific conferences  

Washington (AFP) Jan 9, 2019 This week, the American Astronomical Society is meeting in Seattle, but no one from NASA is attending. In Phoenix, thousands of meteorologists are presenting research on climate change and extreme weather, but hundreds of representatives from the National Weather Service and other US agencies canceled at the 11th hour. The US government shutdown, now well into its third week, may be foc

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2019-01-09 01:32:17



Nature's magnifying glass reveals unexpected intermediate mass exoplanets  

Maunakea HI (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Astronomers have found a new exoplanet that could alter the standing theory of planet formation. With a mass that's between that of Neptune and Saturn, and its location beyond the "snow line" of its host star, an alien world of this scale was supposed to be rare. Aparna Bhattacharya, a postdoctoral researcher from the University of Maryland and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), le

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2019-01-09 01:13:10



Citizen scientists find unusual exoplanet among Kepler data  

Washington (UPI) Jan 8, 2019 Citizen scientists have discovered an exoplanet twice the size of Earth located 226 light-years from Earth. The exoplanet's signature was discovered among data collected by NASA's Kepler space telescope. The alien world, named K2-288Bb, is roughly twice the size of Earth, but scientists aren't certain whether it's composed of rock or is a mostly gaseous world, like Neptune. The exoplane

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2019-01-09 01:12:37



'Missing' galactic mergers come to light  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Galaxy mergers - in which two galaxies join together over billions of years in brilliant bursts of light - aren't always easy for astronomers to spot. Now, scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder have developed a fresh technique for finding these cosmic couplings in surveys of the night sky. In new research, a team led by Rebecca Nevin designed a computer program that scans thro

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2019-01-09 01:04:01



GPS-denied navigation on small unmanned helicopters  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Jan 09, 2019 Drone usage is expected to soar over the next several years. As legal regulations evolve, many industries will embrace drones for a multitude of tasks from infrastructure inspections to commercial fishing and beyond. And despite the potential for enormous growth, this revolutionary technology has an Achilles heel that is rarely mentioned- it is fully dependent on Global Navigation Satellite Syst

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2019-01-09 01:01:11



TESS discovers its third new planet, with longest orbit yet  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, TESS, has discovered a third small planet outside our solar system, scientists announced this week at the annual American Astronomical Society winter meeting in Seattle. The new planet, named HD 21749b, orbits a bright, nearby dwarf star about 53 light-years away, in the constellation Reticulum, and appears to have the longest orbital period of

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2019-01-08 11:02:13



Lifting the veil on star formation in the Orion Nebula  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 The stellar wind from a newborn star in the Orion Nebula is preventing more new stars from forming nearby, according to new research using NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), whose science operations are managed by the Universities Space Research Association. This is surprising because until now, scientists thought that other processes, such as exploding stars

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2019-01-08 09:14:45



New nano-satellite system yields high-res imagery at lower cost  

Washington (UPI) Jan 4, 2019 Constellations of nano-satellites can produce high-resolution images for less money, according to new research. The imaging techniques developed by scientists at Ben-Gurion University in Israel could also be used to improve the observations of ground-telescope arrays. "This is an invention that completely changes the costs of space exploration, astronomy, aerial photography, and more,"

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2019-01-08 08:47:53



Space Flag prepares Airmen for a real fight  

Peterson AFB CO (SPX) Jan 06, 2019 Air Force Space Command concluded its fourth iteration of the Department of Defense's premier space exercise last month in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Space Flag 19-1 took place over the course of two weeks, testing Airmen from the 50th Space Wing and the 460th SW. SF 19-1 also included Airmen from the 27th and 26th Space Aggressors Squadrons, which are tenant units of Air Combat Command l

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2019-01-08 08:35:53



Citizen scientists find new world with NASA telescope  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 Using data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, citizen scientists have discovered a planet roughly twice the size of Earth located within its star's habitable zone, the range of orbital distances where liquid water may exist on the planet's surface. The new world, known as K2-288Bb, could be rocky or could be a gas-rich planet similar to Neptune. Its size is rare among exoplanets - planets beyon

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2019-01-08 07:59:14



45 OG Det 3 prepares for human spaceflight return  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 When space shuttle Atlantis' STS-135 mission lifted off from Kennedy Space Center on July 8, 2011, emotions were high. A history book, penned by NASA, spanning 30-years of manned space shuttles was now closed. Few were certain when the United States would send an astronaut into space again, if ever. Years have passed and American astronauts have been sent to the International Space Station

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2019-01-08 04:59:03



The high cost of space missions  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 Space exploitation and exploration are expensive. For example, the transportation cost for each lemon sent to the International Space Station (ISS) may cost over $2,000. Such lemons and other food supplies are sent to the station periodically by cargo modules from US suppliers and Russia. Since the retirement of the Space Shuttle in 2011, NASA has been using other sources for resupplying t

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2019-01-08 04:15:24



Satellite images reveal global poverty  

Aarhus, Denmark (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 How far have we come in achieving the UN's sustainable development goals that we are committed to nationally and internationally? Yes, it can be difficult to make a global assessment of poverty and poor economic conditions, but with an eye in the sky, researchers are able to give us a very good hint of the living conditions of populations in the world's poor countries. If we are to achieve

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2019-01-08 04:14:17



Launch of formation-flying microsatellite constellation built by Space Flight Laboratory  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) announced the successful launch of three formation-flying microsatellites built by SFL under contract to Deep Space Industries for HawkEye 360 Inc. The microsatellites were launched last year into low Earth orbit on December 3, 2018, from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The HawkEye 360 Pathfinder microsatellites will detect and geolocate radio frequency

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2019-01-08 03:23:14



UA student simulates thousands of black holes to test Einstein  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Jan 08, 2019 Lia Medeiros, a doctoral student at the University of Arizona, is developing mathematical models that will allow researchers to pit Einstein's general theory of relativity against the most powerful monsters of nature: supermassive black holes such as Sgr A*, which lurks at the center of the Milky Way. Medeiros has developed a diagnostic tool that astronomers can use to compare upcoming obs

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2019-01-08 03:14:35






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