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Total lunar eclipse and rare super blood wolf moon this week

WASHINGTON (CNN) – It's not every year that a super-moon balloon happens, so be sure to find this weekend for one of the first skywatching events of 2019. Most of the world will be able to catch a glimpse of this extraordinary event, but especially North and South America, Europe and Africa. But you may be wondering what that name …

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Delta IV Strong Successfully Launched from Vandenberg

Update of Vandenberg Air Force Base The Vandenberg Team supports the successful launch of a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket carrying the National Reconnaissance Office shipment from Space Launch Complex-6 here, Saturday, January 19, at 11:10 am PST. (US Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Aubree Milks) Col. Bob Reeves, the 30th Space Vice commander, is the …

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NROL-71 kicks off ULA's 2019 launch manifest

<! – LOMPOC, Calif. – United Launch Alliance (ULA) successfully completed its first flight of 2019. Today's launch utilized the largest rocket in the Colorado-based company's arsenal to send a classified payload into space. In doing so the company finally managed to move past a saga of delays. -> Patrick Attwell January 19th, 2019 United Launch Alliance carried out its …

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Super wolf blood moon: What to know and how to watch it

Get your winter coat, some hot chocolate and your child's telescope on Sunday and head out because the last super moon moon moon does not show its face for another 18 years. While celestial phenomenon is like something you want to read in a teenage werewolf novel, its actual meaning comes from many sources. The word "super" refers to the …

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US spy satellites are launched in orbit from California

One United Launch Alliance Delta 4 Heavy, one of the most powerful US stock rocket, was taken off California coast over a heavy rain of fierce Saturday attacks, placing a Amazing show as it strengthens a Classified National Reconnaissance Office spy satellite in orbit. It lasts more than a month due to weather and technical problems, the hydropower fuel engines …

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SpaceX Rendering Heavy Configuration for Superheavy Starship – NextBigFuture.com

released SpaceX Superheavy Starship with two additional part boosters. Each side booster will have 31 Raptor engines such as the Super heavy first stage. SpaceX rocket with this configuration can launch about 250 tons at a launch compared to 100 tonnes of SpaceX Superheavy. #StarShip [19659010] #StarHopper #Spacex #BFR StarShip-SuperHeavy-Leaden January 10, 2019 Read next: «China Offers to Buy $ …

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US Launching Secret Spy Satellite Today! Here's How to Watch Live

The United States plans to launch a hush-hush spy satellite Saturday (Jan. 19), and you can watch the liftoff live. The NROL-71 spacecraft is scheduled to launch atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Heavy Rocket from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base at 2:05 p.m. EST (1905 GMT; 11:05 a.m. local California time). You can watch it live here …

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The bodies of small animals were found buried 3,500 feet below the Antarctic Ice

Lake Mercer, a subglacial lake deep under the Antarctic Ice, has not been sitting for millennia – until now. Scientists did not accidentally discover the lake in 2007, when they reviewed Antarctica ice satellite imagery. After December 26, 2018, they finally reached it. In order to explore the 50-foot-deep subglacial lake, researchers from a project called Salsa (Subglacial Antarctic Lakes …

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