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The Hubble Space Telescope Is Visible Near and Far

By ESA / Hubble August 2, 2020 (Click image for full view.) Photo of Hubble Space Telescope of clogged spiral galaxy NGC 4907. Credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, M. Gregg The space barrier known as NGC 4907 shows the optimal side from 270 million light-years away to anyone who sees it from the northern hemisphere. This is a new …

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In SpaceX mission: How we got to this point

Copyright copyright SpaceX Elon Musk’s SpaceX flies people to the International Space Station (ISS) using the Crew Dragon vehicle. But why a private company that brings astronauts into space and back for Nasa? To understand the background to the historic first mission on the ISS with the Crew Dragon, we need to go back almost 20 years to a tragic …

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NASA astronauts speak out after SpaceX’s historic return – Reuters

NASA astronauts speak after historic SpaceX return Reuters Watch CBS Evening News Season 2020 Episode 0802: CBS Weekend News, August 2, 2020 – Full show on CBS All Access cbs.com The first ever private-run spacecraft splashes down The National SpaceX Dragon Endeavor Splashes Down Off Florida Coast in Successful Mission Recovery. The Aviationist From Space to the Gulf of Mexico: …

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The Mystery Blob Found Hidden Deep Inside a Supernova – “Not a Pulsar or Black Hole”

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Astronomy, Black Holes, Science In the fall of 1967, Princeton’s great quantum physicist John Archibald Wheeler gave a lecture on pulsars at a conference where he focused on the possibility that the center of a pulsar was a whole gravitationally that collapsed thing. He said one could not keep saying “gravitationally completely collapsed thing” …

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