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This entire "Sunday of the Moon" is packed with a holiday treat

Skywatchers are treated for a full month this week, and since we went to the holidays, this celestial event packed a little extra stuff. First, you should know the full moon this month is called "Cold Moon" in the Northern Hemisphere. Other names for this include Long Night Moon, or the Moon before Yule, given nearby Christmas. The moon will …

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Safe Soyuz Capsule Lands on Earth with Space Station Crew

Astronaut of the European Space Agency Alex Gerst raised his fist in the air after being pulled from the spacecraft of Soyuz MS-09 on December 20, 2018. NASA / Roscosmos Three space space stations have been returned to Earth today (December 20) after a wonderful historical stay in the laboratory. NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, German astronaut Alexander Gerst of the …

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Inverted and vertical climbing of a quadrupedal microrobot using the electroadhesion

Abstract The ability to climb greatly increases the reachable workspace of terrestrial robots, improving their utility for inspection and exploration activities. This is particularly desirable for small (millimeter-scale) legged robots operating in confined environments. This paper presents 1.48-gram and 4.5-centimeter-long tethered quadrupedal microrobot, the Harvard Ambulatory MicroRobot with Electroadhesion (HAMR-E). The HAMR-E design allows accurate footwork and controlled electrodesion for …

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A Nuclear-Powered Tunneling Robot That Can Find Life in Europe

The search for life leads astronomers in cold months into our Solar System. Among those months, Europe has attracted a lot of attention. Europe is the fourth largest month of Jupiter-and is the sixth largest Solar System-at 3,100 kilometers (1,900 mi) wide. Scientists think that its oceans can contain two or three times more water as the oceans of the …

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Strange light seen above Reno

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – A strange light was seen above Reno Wednesday night. The National Weather Service at Reno tweeted Wednesday at approximately 8:00 p.m. December 19, 2018, "Based on some videos and reports, it seems like the bright light in the sky that is visible at about 5:34 pm PST is likely to be a shooting or debris that …

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Astronomers Spot Young Star at & # 39; Growth Spurt & # 39; | Astronomy

A young star in the middle of a dramatic part of growth was followed by the help of ESA's Gaia satellite and NASA's Near-Earth Object Infrared Surveillance Explorer (NEOWISE) and Spitzer telescope. Named Gaia 17bpi, the newly assembled star belongs to a class of stars that gets mass when the object swirling around the star falls over it. In-falling matter …

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Saturn's Ring Has Lost 100 Million Years

This site can earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When we think of planets, we can probably imagine them static and immutable. While the planets are undoubtedly growing in their present circumstances, most of that evolution has apparently occurred hundreds of millions to billions of years ago. Mars is a cold, freezing rock over …

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