Space

Brazil Sacks Official After Soaring June Deforestation Data

Brazil’s government has fired an official at the national space agency Inpe whose department is responsible for satellite monitoring of the Amazon rainforest, just three days after the release of June deforestation data reflected a continued...
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This Gorgeous Hubble Image Hides An Incredible Secret

The Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of a distant star casing "bat wing" shadows into space. The star's bright light is hitting a disk of debris surrounding the star, casting wide shadows we can see thanks to Hubble. The wings even "flap"...
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‘odd Radio Circles’ Perplex Astronomers Studying The Newly Discovered Phenomenon

Astronomers believe they have discovered a new, bizarre type of cosmic object that is invisible to all wavelengths of light except radio. This story originally appeared at Salon. The strange circular objects in question have been unofficially dubbed...
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Watch Nasa’s Mars 2020 ‘movie Trailer’ With Perseverance As The Star

The long-awaited Mars mission is set to launch from Cape Canaveral on July 30
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Astrophysicists Suggest Carbon Found In Comet Atlas Help Reveal Age Of Other Comets

Astrophysicists from Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU, Russia), South Korea, and the U.S. appear in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, suggesting carbon indicates time comets have spent in the Solar System—the less carbon, the...
Related topics: Astrophysics, Comets

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Parker Solar Probe Gives A Unique Perspective On Comet Neowise

Comet watchers have enjoying the newly-discovered NEOWISE comet since it was first spotted in March 2020. Now that it’s visible with the naked eye, in dark sky conditions, all kinds of Earthly observers are checking the visitor out. But...
Related topics: Comets, Scientific Discoveries, NASA

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Spacex Is About To Destroy A Ridiculous Nasa Record

SpaceX is about to use the same booster that sent NASA astronauts to the International Space Station again, this time to send a South Korean satellite into orbit. If the schedule remains on track, the launch will make the Falcon 9 booster the...
Related topics: SpaceX, NASA, Astronaut, International Space Station, Satellites

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Rogozin: Russia Is Not Interested In Working With Nasa On Artemis

"Starting the year 2021, the Russian program": Dmitry Rogozin - about when and with whom we will fly to the moon, kp.ru (autotranlsated) "For the United States this is now more of a political project. With the lunar project, we are witnessing the...
Related topics: NASA, Moon

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Spacex’s Next Starlink Mission Keeps Getting Tripped Up

SpaceX was forced to again delay the launch of its next Starlink mission as well as the deployment of a satellite for paying customer BlackSky The launch was delayed three times due to various issues including weather and some vague "checkouts" that...
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3 Missions To Mars Launch This Month, From Nasa, China, And The United Arab Emirates — here's...

NASA is planning to send its fifth rover to the red planet. China and the UAE have never been to Mars before.
Related topics: Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, NASA

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Spacex Scraps South Korean Military Satellite Launch

A new launch date has not yet been set
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Catch A 'full Jupiter' This Week And Spot Its Moons With Just Binoculars - Cnet

Say hello to Io and its moon buddies.
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Russian Space Chief Questions Nasa Plans, Praises Partnership With China

Enlarge / China's Vice Premier Wang Yang (standing) and Russia's then-Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin at Russian-Chinese talks at Constantine Palace in 2016. (credit: Alexander AstafyevTASS via Getty Images) The chief of Russia's space...
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Artificial Intelligence Predicts Which Planetary Systems Will Survive

Why don't planets collide more often? How do planetary systems—like our solar system or multi-planet systems around other stars—organize themselves? Of all of the possible ways planets could orbit, how many configurations will remain stable over...

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Gigantic, Red And Full Of Spots

Starspots are more common among red giant stars than previously thought. Astronomers report that approximately eight percent of red giants exhibit such spots. Although red giants are generally regarded as slowly rotating stars, those with starspots...

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Comet Neowise Now Visible In The Evening Sky

First, there was Comet ATLAS in April which disappointed sky watchers as it broke apart into pieces. Then there was Comet SWAN in May which also disintegrated. And now we have a third comet named NEOWISE and this one is coming through. In recent...
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Look Out, Mars: Here We Come With A Fleet Of Spacecraft

Mars is about to be invaded by planet Earth — big time. Three countries — the United States, China and the United Arab Emirates — are sending unmanned spacecraft to the red planet in quick succession beginning this week, in the most sweeping...
Related topics: Mars, Spacecrafts

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Keeping A Steady Eye On Sea Level Change From Space

Over the course of nearly three decades, an uninterrupted series of satellites has circled our planet, diligently measuring sea levels. The continuous record of ocean height that they've built has helped researchers reveal the inner workings of...
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How A Small Arab Nation Built A Mars Mission From Scratch In Six Years

The United Arab Emirates’ Hope orbiter is the Arab world’s first interplanetary spacecraft — and has jump-started science in the country. Will the momentum last? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Mars, Spacecrafts

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A Singular Figure In Texas’ Coronavirus Collapse: Greg Abbott Leads His State In Alarming...

One evening last week, after making one of his most consequential decisions yet in Texas’ response to the coronavirus, Gov. Greg Abbott settled in for his pandemic routine: a rapid-fire round of local TV interviews from his campaign’s...
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