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Will SpaceX Lose Monopoly on Reusable Rockets?

How did the saying go? Is turnabout fair play? <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Inspired by the success of small companies rockets such as Rocket Lab and launching capacity resellers such as Spaceflight Industries last week made SpaceX a play to capture the market for …

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A Supernova Destroyed by a Great Star is the Funny Scientist

Supernova 2016iet is an example of one of the most extreme types of stellar explosion, though it has some unique features. (Credit: Gemini Observatory / NSF / AURA / illustration by Joy Pollard) In November of 2016, the sharp sight of the Gaia spacecraft saw a supernova explode several billion light years from Earth. Astronomers followed more telescopes, and quickly …

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The NASA chief isolated senators who needed to fund the Moon program

Expanded / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was speaking in front of a large hydrogen tank Friday at the Marshall Space Flight Center. NASA When Jim Bridenstine became chairman of NASA 16 months ago, critics questioned his willingness to defend NASA's climate science portfolio and his ability to move beyond political party who introduced nearly three terms as a Republican from …

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Half Neanderthal Population Suffers from Surfer's Ear!

A new study suggests that Neanderthals commonly suffer from a "swimmer's ear" or "ear surfer" – dense bony developments that protrude into the ear canal. It is usually caused by a routine exposure to cold water or cold air, and scientists believe its proliferation shows that the Neanderthals liked fish and collected marine resources. The Prevalence of Swimmer's Ear in …

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The Moon Is Less Than the Sun on NASA's Gamma-Ray Telescope Viewers

The sun is the brightest thing in our skies – but it would not be if we could see the incredibly vivid gamma-rays as well as the visible light. That's certainly the light that The NMA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope was designed to see. The instrument was launched in 2008 to help astrophysicists understand things like supermassive black holes, pulsars …

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The Sticker sensor monitors your body using wireless power

The antenna proved to be a major challenge. They only need to print metal metal ink on a rubber sticker to create the antenna, but its signals can weaken as the body moves. Scientists need to develop a novel RFID system that can reliably transmit signals despite constant change. The receiver itself is larger and uses Bluetooth to transmit data …

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This Huge Supernova Is Not Like Anyone Ever Saw Before

The Artist concept of the star of SN2016iet. Description: Gemini Observatory / NSF / AURA / illustration by Joy Pollard Astronomers have observed a supernova unlike before. and this may be a strong evidence of an important type of stellar death that will have early galaxies. The supernova, called SN2016iet, does not fit into the classification schemes used by scientists …

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