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Dripping clouds of Martian sailing on NASA's Mars rover

As it flows through the rocky plain in the shade of Mount Sharp, Mars Curiosity rover has gained clouds of skepticism in the sky. The car-size robot – arriving on Mars in 2012 – captured these high clouds on May 17, 2019, translating to the 2410th sol, or Martian day, of its mission. From the millions of kilometers away, NASA …

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NASA Still Aiming for 2020 First Launch of SLS

WASHINGTON – NASA believes it is still possible to perform the first launch of the Space Launch System before the end of 2020 even if the agency decides to retain some version of a key static-fire test of the rocket's core stage. [19659002] Speaking at a May 28 meeting of the NASA Advisory Council's human exploration and operations committee, Bill …

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NASA's image shows the landing site for Mars 2020

June 01, 2019 By Brooks Hays June 01, 2019, 7:56:41 AM EDT NASA-photo- showcases- landing-site -for -Mars-2020.jpg “/> The Mars 2020 rover is set on the ground at the Jezero Crater, which scientists estimate are filled with water. Photo of NASA / MRO May 28 (UPI) – A new image acquired by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and is shared online …

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Wireless nanowire lasers absorb infrared, emit blue light

Raising / This article is about lasers (not necessarily the one pictured). Some of us are eagerly awaiting the photonics revolution, where the photons are together to overthrow the oppression of electrons. One of the lifelong problems that slow down the revolution is the sources of light: you need to have a laser incorporated in a circuit that will do …

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Why the Moon Continues Flashing Us?

The moon flashes to us, and a new telescope can explain why. Credit: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg There's something flashing to us in the moon, and we do not know what it is. But it may be able to change. We know the mysterious flashes since at least in the late 1960's, when astronomers Barbara Middlehurst and Patrick Moore reviewed scientific literature …

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