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SpaceX’s crew mission is a ‘go’ for launch next week

The historic launch that will take NASA astronauts to the ISS off US soil has been cleared for launch next week despite the coronavirus pandemic and the removal of the agency’s human spaceflight lead. This is the first time astronauts have been deported from the US since the completion of NASA’s space shuttle program in 2011, when they began boarding …

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Trump will attend Elon Musk’s SpaceX launch in Florida next week

Trump is encouraged to attend next week of Rep. Michael Waltz, a Republican from northeast Florida whose district includes the northern tip of Cape Canaveral but not the actual launch site. Waltz, in an interview Friday, said Trump had “cracked up” when the two men discussed the importance of the event in the evolution of the US space program. “With …

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The Eerie Neon Glow Coming From The Bleached Coral Can Be Good News

Ocean heatwaves cause extensive coral bleaching events almost every year due to climate change, threatening reefs worldwide. High temperature water stress reef building corals, causing them to remove photosynthetic algae that live in their tissues. The absence of brownish-colored plant cells allows the white limestone coral to shine through, turning the reefs to whitewash. But when some corals bleach, they …

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SpaceX will get Go-Ahead for NASA’s Astronaut Launch Next Week

NASA officials gave the go on ahead Friday for SpaceX and the agency to continue preparations for a historic lift of two astronauts on a rocket from Florida to the International Space Station next week. The launch, scheduled for 4:33 p.m. on Wednesday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, could kick off a new era in spaceflight, where NASA relies on …

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On the Moon, The Astronaut Pee Becomes a Hot Product

Ever since the President Donald Trump commissioned NASA to get the boots on the moon by 2024, the agency and its partners are hard at work trying to make it happen. Last month, NASA awarded contracts to three companies to build a crewed lunar lander, but the start of the month is just the beginning. The agency also plans to …

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Astronomers Can See a Very Small Moon in The Outer Solar System

At the far reaches of the Solar System, past Neptune’s orbit, things are beginning to look trickier and trickier to see. Directly imaging small objects in the darkness of the Kuiper Belt – where Pluto lives – is really difficult, making a recent discovery all the more exciting. If you know where something is, you can observe it by waiting …

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Have We Finally Proven Evidence For A Universe?

We can think of a very large number of possible outcomes that could result from these conditions… [+] our Universe is born with. The fact that all 10 ^ 90 particles contained within our Universe unfolded in the interactions they experienced and the outcomes they had achieved over the last 13.8 billion years led to all our complexities. experiences, including …

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