Space

Starlink Satellites May Disrupt Detection Of Near-earth Asteroids, Study Warns

Starlink Satellites May Disrupt Detection Of Near-Earth Asteroids, Study Warns There is growing concern among astronomers that Elon Musk's SpaceX satellites in low-Earth-orbit (LEO) may interfere with a ground-based detection system...
Related topics: Satellites, Asteroids, SpaceX

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Sidewinding Young Stellar Jets Spied By Gemini South

Sinuous stellar jets meander lazily across a field of stars in new images. The gently curving stellar jets are the outflow from young stars, and astronomers suspect their sidewinding appearances are caused by the gravitational attraction of...

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What Does It Mean To Have A Moon In Sagittarius For Women?

If you’ve dabbled in astrology or read your daily horoscope every now and again, chances are you’ve been focusing on your sun sign. The sun sign is most often associated as your “main” astrological sign, however, it’s not your only sign,...
Related topics: Moon, Astrology, Sun

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Scientists Detect Something Really Unexpected Beneath Saturn's 'death Star' Moon

Mimas, Saturn's cryptic-looking moon, is awfully deceptive. The small moon is dominated by an 80-mile-wide crater, giving it the appearance of the grim Star Wars Death Star — a space station equipped with a planet-destroying weapon. But...
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Us Undermines Safety Of Russian Cosmonaut's Work At Iss By Denying Visa, Roscosmos Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Refusal of the United States to issue an entry visa for Russian cosmonaut Nikolay Chub, who was to undergo training at the NASA space center, threatens his safety during his stay at the International Space Station (ISS), as well...
Related topics: International Space Station, NASA

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Nasa Spots A Big Dust Storm On The Martian Surface

On Mars, dust storm season has commenced.NASA's distant satellite, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, recently captured a sizable regional dust storm on the Red Planet, encompassing the area where the space agency's Perseverance rover is investigating...
Related topics: NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Satellites

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Crunch Time: Nasa Set To Install James Webb Space Telescope On Crucial Lagrange Point

The James Webb Space Telescope was launched into outer space on 25 December 2021. It is hope that the telescope will help scientists explore the planets outside the solar system and scrutinise the early days of the universe.
Related topics: NASA, Telescopes

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Nasa Satellite Captures A Dazzling, Important Crater On Mars

There's a giant camera orbiting Mars. It's attached to NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and can spot things as small as a kitchen table (including robotic rovers). It's aptly called the High Resolution Imaging Experiment, or HIRISE. And it...
Related topics: NASA, Satellites, Mars, Robots

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Former Spacex Colleagues Join Forces To Build Autonomous Freight Train Cars, Which Aim To Boost...

Freight train hauls shipping containers.jopstock/Getty Former SpaceX engineers are building self-driving, electric freight train cars, CNBC reported. The LA-based startup, Parallel Systems, raised $50 million in a Series A funding round. The system...
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M&ms Redesigned Their Mascots, Giving Them New Shoes. Tucker Carlson Finds The Brown M&m 'less...

asdfdasPhoto by Janos Kummer/Getty Images, left, M&M's Candy manufacturer Mars Wrigley announced Thursday it has rebranded its M&M's cartoon mascots. The cartoon M&M's have been revised to promote...
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Ocean Inside: Saturn's Moon Mimas May Have Water Under Icy Surface

Data from the Cassini mission point to Mimas possibly having an interior ocean.
Related topics: Saturn, Moon, Cassini–Huygens Spacecarft

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Tug Of Sun, Moon Could Be Driving Plate Motions On 'imbalanced' Earth

A study led by geophysicist Anne M. Hofmeister in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis proposes that imbalanced forces and torques in the Earth-moon-sun system drive circulation of the whole mantle.
Related topics: Sun, Moon

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Curiosity Sees A Strong Carbon Signature In A Bed Of Rocks

Carbon is critical to life, as far as we know. So anytime we detect a strong carbon signature somewhere like Mars, it could indicate biological activity. Does a strong carbon signal in Martian rocks indicate biological processes of some...
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars

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Consistent Asteroid Showers Rock Previous Thinking On Mars Craters

New Curtin University research has confirmed the frequency of asteroid collisions that formed impact craters on Mars has been consistent over the past 600 million years.
Related topics: Asteroids, Mars

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Tug Of Sun, Moon Could Be Driving Plate Motions On 'imbalanced' Earth

A study led by geophysicist Anne M. Hofmeister proposes that imbalanced forces and torques in the Earth-moon-sun system drive circulation of the whole mantle. The new analysis provides an alternative to the hypothesis that the movement of tectonic...
Related topics: Sun, Moon

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Planet Fitness Expands While Peloton Fades Into Darkness

Planet Fitness Expands While Peloton Fades Into Darkness COVID-19 crushed the gym industry, and many closed their doors over the last two years. People replaced gym memberships with daily rides on Peloton stationary bikes at home....

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Consistent Asteroid Showers Rock Previous Thinking On Mars Craters

New Curtin University research has confirmed the frequency of asteroid collisions that formed impact craters on Mars has been consistent over the past 600 million years.
Related topics: Asteroids, Mars

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Nasa Moon Landing Delayed: Here’s The Bad News

It’s been over 50 years since any human set foot on the moon, but NASA has plans to change that. The agency’s Artemis program aims to send humans to explore the moon’s south pole in the next few years, using a brand new rocket and...
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4 Threats Posed By Elon Musk’s Starlink Satellites

Elon Musk’s Starlink is a divisive project. The satellite internet constellation aims to provide low-cost internet to remote locations, but it’s producing some alarming side effects. Here are the biggest problems posed by the SpaceX network,...
Related topics: Satellites, Constellations, SpaceX

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Machine To Melt Moon Rocks And Derive Metals May Launch In 2024

Enlarge / If all goes well, this is how Lunar Resources' extractor could appear on the lunar surface in a few years. (credit: Lunar Resources) In recent years, much has been said about mining water ice in shadowed craters at the Moon's...
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