Space

Why Climate Change Skeptics Love This Nasa Study

A 2015 NASA study caused major controversy by claiming that Antarctica was gaining more ice than it was losing.The study said that ice gains East Antarctica were effectively canceling out ice losses in the western region of the continent.Since 2015,...
Related topics: NASA, Antarctica (science)

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Josh Says Cop24 Is A “huge Success”

As many of you know, the past two weeks have seen the 24th “Conference of Parties” aka COP24 where a bunch of folks get together to “save” the climate of planet Earth. Apparently, they have some sort of agreement as outlined...

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Next Generation Of Gps Satellites Are Headed To Space

DENVER — After months of delays, the U.S. Air Force is about to launch the first of a new generation of GPS satellites, designed to be more accurate, secure and versatile. But some of their most highly touted features will not be fully available...
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Robert Downey Jr. Responds To Nasa's Advice For Saving Tony Stark - Cnet

Ground control to Major Tony: Failure is not an option, space agency tells the superhero's portrayer.
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Beautiful Image Of Young Planets Sheds New Light On Planet Formation

Researchers examining protoplanetary disks -- the belts of dust that eventually form planets -- have shared fascinating images of the planets from their survey, showing the various stages of planet formation. The post Beautiful image of young...
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Wasting Days And Wasting Nights

I wonder what the actual energy and resource cost is to put this recycled plastic solar powered expedition together? Thank goodness they are saving the planet. The hobbies of rich people.~ctm Here is their expedition website.   Let’s not wish...
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Scientists Believe Life On Mars Might Exist In Red Planet’s Underground

Recent research suggests that there’s a chance of finding life on Mars if scientists go beyond exploring the surface and take a closer look at the planet’s underground. According to a report from Live Science, research presented Tuesday...
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Bright ‘hyperactive’ Comet Should Be Visible In The Sky This Weekend

An unusual green comet, 46P/Wirtanen, will be visible in the night sky this month as it makes its closest approach to Earth in 20 years. It may even be possible to see the comet without a telescope. The post Bright ‘hyperactive’ comet...
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Gorgeous Images Show Storms And Cloud Formations In The Atmosphere Of Jupiter

NASA's Juno mission arrived at Jupiter in 2016 and has been collecting data since then. NASA has shared an update on the progress of the mission as it reaches its halfway point, releasing stunning images of the planet as seen from orbit. The post...
Related topics: Jupiter, NASA, Juno

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Hubble Spots A Distant Planet That Is Literally Being Vaporized

We usually think of planets as having a certain level of permanence but for worlds that reside within very close proximity of a star existence can be fleeting. One particular type of exoplanet that astronomers are trying to learn more about are the...
Related topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Exoplanets

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50 Years Have Passed Since Nasa's Apollo 8 Mission Circled The Moon For The First Time — Here Is...

NASA's Apollo missions in the late 1960s and early 1970s succeeded in putting the first humans on the moon. Apollo 8, the first mission to orbit the moon, launched almost exactly 50 years ago — on December 21, 1968. Humans have not stepped...
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Tony Stark Thanks Jim Bridenstine

Always good to know @NASA has your back. https://t.co/0Vuj4oErrE— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) December 15, 2018
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Astronomers Discover 'evaporating' Planet

This exoplanet is sizzling away.        
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Organisms Living Inside The Earth Far Outnumber All The Humans, Reveals Study

Scientists found a rich ecosystem deep inside the planet.The "deep biosphere" contains mostly bacteria and microbes.The amount of life below the surface is hundreds of times greater than the combined weight of all the humans.NoneMuch more life...

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Tour Jezero Crater! Fly Over The Landing Site Of Nasa's Next Mars Rover (video)

A new video gives a bird's-eye view of the ancient lake bed that NASA's next Mars rover will scour for signs of long-dead life.
Related topics: NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars, Science Videos

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Laser-pointing System Could Help Tiny Satellites Transmit Data To Earth

A new laser-pointing platform developed at MIT may help launch miniature satellites into the high-rate data game.
Related topics: Laser, Satellites

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December Comet Brings Back Rosetta Memories

A special visitor is crossing the sky: Comet 46P/Wirtanen, sighted with telescopes and binoculars in recent weeks, is on the way to its closest approach to Earth this weekend, when it might become visible to the naked eye.
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A New Neptune-size Exoplanet

The remarkable exoplanet discoveries made by the Kepler and K2 missions have enabled astronomers to begin to piece together the history of the Earth and to understand how and why it differs from its diverse exoplanetary cousins. Two still...
Related topics: Neptune, Exoplanets

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Rocket Lab Launches 13 Cubesats On 1st Mission For Nasa

A Rocket Lab Electron booster lifted off from the company's launch site on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula early this morning (Dec. 16), successfully delivering 13 tiny satellites to orbit for NASA.
Related topics: NASA, Electrons, Satellites

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Fuzzy Green ‘christmas Comet’ To Make Closest Flyby In Centuries

For those living under darker skies, Sunday night will reveal to the naked eye a green comet zooming by our Earth.
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