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Integration of Neutron Stars Provides Insight into Major Matter Matters

The beginning of the integration of neutron stars calculated on supercomputers. Different colors show mass and temperature density some time after the merger occurred and sooner the item has fallen into a black hole. The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars gave the opportunity to answer some of the basic questions about the structure of …

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NASA will return to the Moon soon, and this time to stay

Jim Bridenstine, head of US aerospace agency NASA, says he hopes to have austronauts back in the month at by 2028 NASA speeds up plans to return Americans to the Moon, and this time, the US space agency says it will stay there. Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, told reporters Thursday that the agency had planned to speed up plans backed …

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NASA emphasizes "speed" on its return to the Moon

Enlarge / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine wants to return to the Moon "quick" but well. Thursday, NASA leaders are advocating an industrial day to answer questions about space agency plans to build landers that will ultimately allow a person to return to the Moon. Their main message to the aerospace community of the United States is NASA's serious return on …

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R.I.P. Opportunity Rover: Here Are the Best Photos from Its Mission

1 of 10 Tracks from NASA's Opportunity rover are seen on Mars' surface. (NASA) NASA announced Wednesday that the 15-year Opportunity rover mission has come to an end after the rover stopped communicating with Earth during its encounter with a major dust storm in June. Opportunity's last communication with Earth was received on June 10, 2018. For the past eight …

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The waves of gravitational solving the cosmic conundrum

When neutron stars collide, they emit light and gravitational waves, as seen in this artist's illustration. By comparing the timing of two emissions from many different neutron star combinations, researchers can measure how rapid the independence of the universe is. Credit: R. Hurt / Caltech-JPL The dimensions of gravitational waves from approximately 50 binary neutron stars over the next decade …

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SpaceX calls ULA NASA launch contract "vastly" overpriced in official protest

SpaceX has filed an official protest with the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) after NASA awarded competitor United Launch Alliance a launch contract for Lucy, an interplanetary probe intended to explore a belt of unique asteroids clustered around Jupiter's orbital swath. [19659002] Announced on January 31st, SpaceX believes that NASA made a decision counter to the best interests of the …

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