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You Can Watch a Ship Cygnus Cargo Ship at Space Station Today! Here's How

WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. – At 4:46 pm EDT (2046 GMT) today (April 17), Northrop Grumman's Antares rocket fires, launching a robotic Cygnus cargo vessel full of 7,600 lbs . (3,447 kilograms) of hardware, crew and science experiments to the International Space Station (ISS). The mission, known as NG-11, will be the 11th and final flight of NASA's first Commercial Resupply …

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Investigation points to causes of Beresheet lunar crash

According to the preliminary investigation of the Israeli spacecraft Beresheet's failed landing maneuver, following an IMU (inertial measurement unit) malfunction a command was uploaded to the spacecraft. This led to a chain of events in the spacecraft, which turned off the main engine and prevented proper engine activation. The SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) team continues to investigate what …

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NASA's TESS exoplanet hunter found its first Earth-size planet, but you would not want to visit – BGR

NASA's TESS exoplanet hunting telescope has been on the job for less than a year, but it's already racking up some impressive discoveries. Following the announcement of a new "Hot Saturn" back in March, NASA just revealed that TESS found its first Earth-sized planet outside of our solar system. TESS – which stands for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite – is …

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The latest Cygnus mission on ISS has new features

WASHINGTON – The next mission of the Northrop Grumman Cygnus cargo at the International Space Station will show two new capabilities, one before launch and the other after the spacecraft leaves the station. Cygnus spacecraft, flying a mission designated NG-11, is scheduled to launch at 4:46 pm Eastern April 17 on a rocket of Antares from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport …

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Beautiful white sharks are really afraid of an ocean animal

Since the 1975 movie "Jaws," beautiful white sharks are considered the most fearsome sea wrangers. But the new research published on Tuesday shows that this may not be the case. When good whites are hunting for seals near the Farallon Islands from San Francisco that encounters whales killer, known as orcas, swimming, they immediately flee,, and will not return until …

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End of fort and deep lakes found in Saturn's Moon Titan

Before Cassini's Saturn's spacecraft went down into Saturn's abyss, it made the final 2017 flyby of Titan, Saturn's largest moon. This remote world is the only place in the solar system except Earth that hosts large bodies of standing fluid. The Titan fluid is methane and ethane rather than water. But these lakes and marches make the moon one of …

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