Space

Nasa's Hubble Telescope Helps Scientists Solve Mystery Of Dead Galaxies - Cnet

Why did some galaxies from the early universe suddenly stop making stars? Astronomers look back in time to find out.
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Elon Musk Says Inspiration4 Crew Had 'challenges' With Toilet, Vows For Bathroom Upgrades

The private space flight, SpaceX, completed a historic mission with the first all-civilian flight crew last weekend. The four members of the Inspiration4 crew raised $200 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and helped prove SpaceX...
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Telescope In Chile Captures A Doomed Galaxy Falling Into The Heart Of The Fornax Cluster

The Fornax Cluster—which, as the name suggests, lies primarily in the constellation Fornax (the Furnace)—is a relatively nearby galaxy cluster, only about 60 million light-years from Earth. This means that it looms large in the night sky,...
Related topics: Telescopes, Galaxies, Constellations

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Nasa Satellites Show How Clouds Respond To Arctic Sea Ice Change

Clouds are one of the biggest wildcards in predictions of how much and how fast the Arctic will continue to warm in the future. Depending on the time of the year and the changing environment in which they form and exist, clouds can both act to warm...
Related topics: NASA, Satellites, Arctic

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Carbon Dioxide Reactor Makes 'martian Fuel'

Engineers are developing new ways to convert greenhouse gases to fuel to address climate change and get astronauts home from Mars.
Related topics: Carbon Dioxide, Astronaut, Mars

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Box's Content Cloud Picked By Nasa, Johnson Space Center

Box BOX has declared that its cloud content management is being used by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Johnson Space Center.Box offers secure cloud collaboration capabilities to NASA and Johnson Space Center to help the...
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Space Odyssey: Argonne Scientists Among The First To Study Asteroid Fragments

Argonne scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are among the first to study tiny fragments of near-Earth asteroid 162173 Ryugu, collected by a Japanese space mission. These fragments could tell us long-hidden secrets about how our planet and solar...
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‘cooking’ Moon Rocks May Play An Important Role In Future Lunar Bases

Multiple space agencies plan to establish a long-term human presence on the Moon, but this process will require new solutions to old problems, such as how to get enough water to sustain astronauts and their operations. According to new research,...
Related topics: Moon, Astronaut

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Boeing Restarts Creepy Sls Campaign On Social Media

Every time @NASA_SLS #SLS has schedule problems @BoeingSpace spends money on social media ads that send you to a website where they overtly tell you that they will sell your data to others and they use "NASA" in the ads that attract you to...
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Human Behavior Sabotages Carbon Dioxide-reducing Strategies

For the past 150 years, humans have pumped extraordinary amounts of greenhouse gasses, such as CO2, into the atmosphere and warmed the planet at an alarming rate. To slow down climate change, societies tend to focus on two solutions for reducing...
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Cloud-spotting On A Distant Exoplanet

An international team of astronomers has not only detected clouds on the distant exoplanet WASP-127b, but also measured their altitude with unprecedented precision. A presentation by Dr. Romain Allart at the Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2021...
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New Cereal Box-sized Satellite To Explore Alien Planets

A new miniature satellite designed and built at CU Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) is providing proof that "cute" things can take on big scientific challenges.
Related topics: Satellites, Physics

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Nasa Is Shaking Up Its Bureaucracy To Shoot For The Moon

This week, NASA split its human spaceflight division in two.Administrator Bill Nelson said one directorate would focus on operational activities in space, and the other would develop new technologies and concepts for future missions. In effect, the...
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Lunar Water Delivery Idea Goes To Phase Ii

A creative idea to fill canisters with melted ice water and then use a railgun to launch them 2 miles into a net has propelled SDSU's Space Trajectory to Phase II of a NASA design competition.
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Space Odyssey: Argonne Scientists Among The First To Study Asteroid Fragments

Argonne scientists at the Advanced Photon Source are among the first to study tiny fragments of near-Earth asteroid 162173 Ryugu, collected by a Japanese space mission. These fragments could tell us long-hidden secrets about how our planet and solar...
Related topics: Asteroids

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Gorgeous 'molten Ring' Galaxy Spotted By Hubble Reveals Ancient Star Factory - Cnet

This cosmic optical illusion was first predicted by Albert Einstein.
Related topics: Galaxies, Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Albert Einstein

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Telescope Time Machines Solve Age-old Mystery Of Universe - Cnet

Why did some galaxies from the early universe suddenly stop making stars? Astronomers looked back in time to find out.
Related topics: Telescopes, Galaxies

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Melting Of Polar Ice Shifting Earth Itself, Not Just Sea Levels

The melting of polar ice is not only shifting the levels of our oceans, it is changing the planet Earth itself. Newly minted Ph.D. Sophie Coulson and her colleagues explained in a recent paper in Geophysical Research Letters that, as glacial ice...

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Nasa Robots Compete In Darpa’s Subterranean Challenge Final

Eight teams featuring dozens of robots from more than 30 institutions, including NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, will converge in a former Kentucky limestone mine from Sept. 21 to 24 to participate in a series of complex...
Related topics: NASA, Robots, DARPA

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Life Support Cooked Up From Lunar Rocks

Engineers have successfully shown how water and oxygen can be extracted by cooking up lunar soil, in order to support future Moon bases. A laboratory demonstrator, developed by a consortium of the Politecnico Milano, the European Space Agency, the...
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