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Horrific rings help scientists measure the days of Saturn

One day at Saturn takes 10 hours, 33 minutes, and 38 seconds, according to a paper published in The Astrophysical Journal used wobbles at Saturn's rings to make the calculation . That's a few minutes shorter than the days old gas giant estimates, but the new timetable line with some past mathematical estimates. It is difficult for researchers to find …

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5 things to know about the 'super blood wolf moon'

Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Jan. This week, a total lunar eclipse will give skywatchers a chance to see the moon turn a dull red as it slips into Earth's shadow. By Denise Chow This weekend, a total lunar eclipse will give skywatchers a chance to see the moon turn a dull red as it slips into Earth's shadow. ] …

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Scientists traveling through the Antarctic lake buried under 3,500 feet of ice are seeing & # 39; surprising & # 39; signs of ancient life

Researchers research an Antarctic lake that is "twice the size of Manhattan" blessed with 3500 feet of ice to learn more about the mysterious body of water – and make a stunning discovery of the stretch of the road. Ice chunks to reach Mercer Subglacial Lake on December 26, researchers sent an instrument to a borehole to capture the rare …

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Relativity Space has obtained Air Force approval for the launch pad of Cape Canaveral – Spaceflight Now

Artist Illustration on Relativity development plan at Launch Complex 16. Credit: Relativity Space Launch startup Relativity The space won approval from the US Air Force to get a disused launch pad at Cape Canaveral for a 1-rocket methane-fueled Terran company, a 3D-print launcher that could carry tiny satellites into orbit by the end of 2020. Relativity announced January 17 Air …

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Classic double-slit experiment with a new light

A strong ray of high energy X-ray photons (violet) falls into two adjacent iridium atoms (green) in the crystal. It is exciting for electrons in atoms for a short period of time. The atoms emit X-ray photons that overlap the two iridium atoms (red) and can be evaluated as interference images. Credit: Markus Grueninger, University of Cologne A worldwide research …

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The longstanding NASA-Russian partnership in space may be unraveling

Enlarge / Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin is photographed in October, 2018, after the launch failure of a Soyuz-FG rocket. Alexei Filippov / TASS via Getty Images After an American Apollo and Soviet Soyuz spacecraft docked in orbit during the height of the Cold War, in 1975, the two leading space powers gradually worked more and more together on civil space …

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