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SpaceX launches satellites, the mission of the month at Falcon 9

WASHINGTON – A SpaceX Falcon 9 carrying Indonesian satellite communications, an Israeli lunar lander and a small US Air Force launched on February 21 from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Falcon 9 escaped at 8:45 p.m. Eastern, deploying the Beresheet lunar lander 33 minutes later, and the Nusantara Satu telecom satellite with S5 experimental smallsat nearly 45 minutes after the rise. SpaceX …

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Watch the live historical month of Israel

The Beresheet ship is hitching a ride on SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket this Thursday. "We are ready for the launch," said SpaceIL co-founder Yonatan Winetraub From Grapevine on Thursday. "All systems will go." Israel will try to make history this evening as it launches a ship in space. When it comes to the moon, Israel will be the only country …

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NASA gives us daily weather reports from Mars

In common people, it is likely that the most shocking aspect of the daily weather report is that the temperature is regularly dropped below 130 degrees Fahrenheit and rarely goes above 15 degrees Fahrenheit. You may also notice that it is rather windy – the latest wind speed recorded at 37.8 mph. And atmospheric pressure, usually somewhere around 700 Pascals, …

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New dates show massive volcanic eruptions overlapped with dinosaurs' death

Enlarge / Did these enormous layered volcanic deposits arise through many big eruptions or a few massive ones? ] Courtney Sprain Modeling what happened after a massive asteroid struck the Yucatan has painted a hellscape capable of causing a mass extinction: choking dust, immense tsunamis, and enough debris leaving and reentering the atmosphere to set off global fires. But questions …

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Japan Landing on Asteroid Now and You Can Watch It Live!

Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft affects an asteroid called Ryugu to get a sample – and you can watch the live action. The maneuvers are broadcast live through the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), which manages the spacecraft, from now on (Feb. 21) at 4:45 pm EST (2145 GMT). You can watch live on Space.com in courtesy of JAXA, or on YouTube …

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T. Rex's Early Cousin, Moros Intrepidus, Was not So Mighty

(Newser)                                          –                                         Tyrannosaurus rex may have been the fiercest dinosaur on the planet just before the creatures went extinct, but even T-rex had humble beginnings. A new fossil found in Utah shows that an earlier iteration of the behemoth stood just 3 feet to 4 feet tall and weighed about 170 pounds. A team led by North Carolina State …

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