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NASA's ICON was launched to study the boundary between Earth and space

The ICON was designed to detect and study changes in ionosphere, a region of the upper atmosphere bombed by space galaxies from above and the weather world from below. In particular, its instruments observe an aurora-like phenomenon called airglow, which will allow it to see how particles move in that region. The spacecraft will restore data that will help scientists …

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How the Universe of Creation Perception ceases

We are mistaken about the universe. This may be a trivial matter: a measurement issue that makes some stars closer or farther apart, something that astrophysicists can fix with some tweaks to how they measure distances across the galaxy. It can be a big thing: an error – or a series of errors – in cosmology, or our understanding of …

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NASA shows off new spacesuits as return to the Moon gets closer

NASA is making preparations for sending humans back to the Moon by 2024 and in doing so, has shown off the latest spacesuits that astronauts will wear on their return trip. Earlier this week, NASA posted an update to its website to discuss the advancements that are being made to the suit, with most of the changes coming to its …

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NASA can share SpaceX's IP with Anyone Who Wants It

During an event wit h NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine on Thursday, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced that the agency could share intellectual property of SpaceX's intellect to whomever it wants – not that NASA seems particularly eager. Bridenstine and Musk met at SpaceX's headquarters in Hawthorne, California, in an effort to facilitate tension growth between the aerospace company and the …

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The design of the Da Vinci bridge examines researchers 500 years later

Perhaps the most famous painter, inventor and sculptor ever, Leonardo da Vinci's name reflects the history records. While he may be best known for works such as "Mona Lisa" and "Salvador Mundi," a bridge design he created for the Ottoman Empire may be his most impressive masterpiece. The newly reviewed design, written about a published study by MIT researchers, shows …

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NASA satellite to study launch of ionosphere after two years delay – Spaceflight Now

Artist description of the Ionospheric Connection Explorer satellite. Credit: NASA A satellite-sized refrigerator attached to an orbit aboard an air-launched Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket Thursday night in the Atlantic Ocean, finally culminating in a $ 252 million mission to assess the dynamic boundary of the region where Earth's space and environment meet. NASA's Ionospheric Connection Explorer, or ICON, sat …

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Mystery As Hubble Finds Milky Way Raids Intergalactic ‘Bank Accounts’

This illustration envisions the Milky Way galaxy's gas recycling above and below its stellar disk. Hubble observes the invisible gas clouds rising and falling with its sensitive Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS) instrument. The spectroscopic signature of the light from background quasars shining through the clouds gives information about their motion. Quasar light is redshifted in clouds shooting up and away …

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