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Rocket Lab scrubs Sunday attempt launch – Spaceflight Today

If you would like to see more articles like this please support our coverage of the space program by becoming a Spaceflight Now Member . If all that our website enjoys helps with this fund, we can expand and improve our coverage further. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of the Rocket Lab Electron rocket from Launch Complex 1 …

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'Cannonball' pulsar points to the supernova that formed it

Pulsars are superdense neutron stars that form out of massive supernovae. They can only be found when their electromagnetic beams points directly to Earth like a nuclear-powered lighthouse. Pulsars have been found to rotate as fast as 1.6 milliseconds, or 38,500 rpm. They pick up the angular momentum of the massive stars that formed them, but are a fraction of …

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NASA to send a helicopter to Mars – RT USA News

Not content with rovers, NASA's next Mars mission will include a helicopter that will be the first human craft to fly around another planet and could potentially pave the way for groundbreaking exploration on Mars and beyond.      The Mars 2020 Rover will land on the Red Planet in early 2021 with a small helicopter on board, to test if …

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Milky Way is larger than previously thought

Newly discovered scientific findings are more intriguing when they accept widely accepted truths in their heads. Until recently, it was thought that our nearby space, Andromeda, was larger than the Milky Way – more than twice the size of our galaxy at home. The last research shows that Andromeda and the Milky Way are actually around the same size. But …

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Life on Mars? NASA scientists find growing 'FUNGI' PROOF in Mars Curiosity Rover photos | Science | News

People have been preoccupied with finding life on Mars for hundreds of years, ever since Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli turned his telescope to the red Planet, making him the first man to map Mars. Mr Schiaparelli observed dark areas, which he presumed to be seas, connected by linear features hundreds of kilometers long, he called "canals." The findings captured the …

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A supermoon, surprising asteroids and a fossil treasure trove: This week in space and science

CNN – This week, a supermoon dazzled skywatchers, two asteroid missions shared their initial and surprising results and 518 million-year-old fossils were found in China. Astronomers also witnessed a space cannonball and discovered how bombastic meteors can when they explode in the Earth's atmosphere. And on Friday, NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Anne McClain performed a 6½-hour spacewalk to make …

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Unusual solar storm is expected to push northern lights south this week

(CBS / WBNG) – Star gazers in cities south of New York and Chicago can get a remarkable glimpse of northern lights this weekend due to the unusual geomagnetic storm. watch on Wednesday after identifying a small solar flare, a high-energy explosion cut by a sunspot, followed by a coronal mass exhalation (CME). When CME hits Earth, all particles colliding …

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