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Meet the Large Hadron Collider and Take a Glance at Its Future

LHC at VR The Large Hadron Collider takes a two-year vacation to undergo essential upgrades that will strengthen the next stage of groundbreaking research. Built between 1998 and 2008, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is both the strongest particle accelerator and the largest machine in the world. Located beneath the ground between the border between France and Sweden, the LHC …

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SpaceX completed its final mission of 2018 with the launch of the satellite GPS satellite – TechCrunch

Successfully launched SpaceX the first Global Positioning System (GPS) III satellite of the United States Air Force, named Vespucci, from Cape Canaveral, Florida this morning on what was the first US mission national airplane security right now The company has planned to complete the launch, the last of the year, earlier this week but heavy air imposed delays. SpaceX won …

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The NASA Spacecraft sees the Unusual Anomalies of the Sun at the Forecast of Thule Flyby

Environment 23:08 23.12.2018 (Updated 23:15 23.12.2018) Get short URLs Just days ahead of an extraordinary planet setting, one NASA's spacecraft has seen something strange about its expected target. Just one week before the expected meeting on the New Year's Thousand Thule Kuiper Belt (KBO) object, NASA's new Horizons spacecraft does not see predictable and consistent variations in the reflectivity & …

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SpaceX Rocket Launch From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Set For Sunday |

<! – ->                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            <! – ->                                                                                                                                                Global Positioning Systems (GPS) III satellite WATCH REPLAY: Christmas finally arrived a little early, as the U.S. Air Force and its mission partners successfully launched the first Global Positioning Systems (GPS) III satellite Dec. 23 at 8:51 a.m. EST (14:51 UTC), 5:51 a.m. Pacific, …

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Eureka! Big Bang fossils find out | Space

<! – -> Simulation of galaxies and gases in the universe. Inside the gas in the (blue) filament that connects to (orange) galaxies lurk rare pockets of clean gas – Big Bang vestiges that somehow have been orphaned from the explosive, polluting star die, seen here as circular shock waves in around some orange points. The picture by TNG COLLABORATION. …

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