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Snoopy Come Home: Search For Apollo 10

When it comes to finding artifacts from the Space Race of the 1960s, some items are more sought after than flown hardware. Or sure, there are stories of small samples of 382 kg of rock months and dust returned to the value of something like $ 25 billion doing it in the hands of private collectors, and the chunks The …

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Falcon Heavy rocket set to try SpaceX's "most difficult launch ever"

The Falcon Heavy rocket is seen in its hangar in Florida before rollout to the launch pad. SpaceX The 3,700 kg Integrated Payload Stack for STP-2 is shown here. U.S. Air Force Monday's flight will involve the lighting of 27 Merlin engines. SpaceX SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket will attempt its most technically demanding mission yet on Monday night, with a …

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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover senses methane spike

NASA / JPL-CALTECH / MSSS Image Caption Curiosity rover carries a measurement lab to measure the chemistry of the atmosphere The Mars rover Curiosity of the American space space has recorded its largest meteorite measurement. The robot is often "sniffs" the Red Planet for gas but never before seen so high concentration – 21 parts per billion ( Observations are …

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First Discovery of Polarized Waves Radio with Gamma Ray Burst Jets

Impressions of an artist of a Gamma Ray Burst jet over time, and the small patches of magnetic field present, as revealed by the new research . Credit Dr Kitty Yeung. Scientific fate and scientific scientific equipment allows scientists to observe a Gamma Ray Burst jet with a radio telescope and discover polarization of radio waves within it for the …

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Curiosity saw the Big Methane Spike on Mars

Last week, Curiosity made its strongest reference to methane on Mars. Its laser spectrometer instrument has registered a methane spike of 21 parts per billion by volume (ppbv) at Gale Crater, a region rover taught since it arrived in 2012. In general, the methane Mars presence has a global average of 10 ppbv, so NASA conducts follow-up observations to see …

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NASA seeks proposals for commercial ISS modules

WASHINGTON – NASA issued a call for proposals for commercial modules that could be added to the International Space Station, although one industry executive warns that such facilities may not be as lucrative as NASA believes. NASA issued a call for proposals June 21 for "commercial destination development in low Earth orbit using the International Space Station." The solicitation is …

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NASA's Astrobee cube robot flies into space for the first time

Future trials will have Bumble performing "increasingly complex" moves to show that it is ready for service. There is another robot (Honey) present in the ISS, while the third robot (Queen) is expected to launch in July. NASA wants to use robots like the Astrobee series as custodians. They will do some care and help so that astronauts can focus …

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Scientists get the historical video of a giant squid

At the pitch black water 750 meters below the Gulf of Mexico surface, a thin, undulating arm emerges from the gloom. Suddenly, it splits, and what's new to a lonely, curious appendage is now a writhing bouquet of tentacles until, finally, a hard-to-God giant squid blooms from darkness and turning And then, when suddenly appeared, the animal was lost back …

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