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First firing of a Raptor vacuum engine integrated onto a Starship

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10/23/2021 3:51:10 AM
The mission to break barriers to space travel for people with disabilities
Mission: AstroAccess has the goal of sending one of its ambassadors to space

When Sina Bahram shifted into weightlessness for the first time on Sunday, he could feel the air brushing past his skin as his body began to float into the air. As someone who’d longed to be an astronaut since he was four years old, he’d been waiting many years to have this exact feeling.

“I knew it would be a joyous experience just because I looked forward to it for many decades of my life, but the visceral nature of that joy wasn’t brought home until you actually experience it,” Bahram, a computer scientist who runs Prime Access Consulting, tells The Verge. “It is truly indescribable.”

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10/21/2021 3:07:56 AM
At first glance, Seyfert's Sextet looks like six galaxies grouped closely together in this Hubble image.

However, the small spiral galaxy (right of center) is much farther away than the others, and a bright clump to the lower right is material torn from one of the other galaxies.

Astronomers named the grouping after astronomer Carl Seyfert, who discovered the assemblage in the late 1940s.

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10/19/2021 3:48:56 AM
NASA launches its Lucy spacecraft to study the Jupiter Trojan asteroids
The craft took off from Cape Canaveral early Saturday morning for a 12-year mission

NASA’s Lucy space probe launched successfully from Cape Canaveral in Florida early Saturday, the beginning of a 12-year mission to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids.

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10/16/2021 11:31:41 PM
Blue Origin successfully sends William Shatner and crew to edge of space and back

Famed Star Trek actor William Shatner and a crew of three fellow passengers successfully flew to the edge of space and back this morning on Blue Origin’s New Shepard tourist rocket. The foursome took off from Blue Origin’s launch facility in Van Horn, Texas at 9:50AM ET, climbed to an altitude of roughly 66 miles up, and then safely landed back on Earth.

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10/15/2021 12:38:16 AM
The Small Magellanic Cloud, located 210,000 light-years away, is one of the most brilliant and intricately detailed star-forming regions in space. The center of the brilliant star cluster seen in this image contains dozens of hot, blue, high-mass stars. Radiation reaches out to create the surrounding swirls of dust and gas.

The cluster at the center of this image contains more than half of the known high-mass stars in the entire Small Magellanic Cloud galaxy!

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10/13/2021 2:09:31 AM
Boeing Starliner test flight delayed until 2022
The spacecraft has been plagued by technical problems

NASA has officially pushed back the launch of its Orbital Flight-Test 2 until next year, as it continues to work on an oxidizer isolation valve issue on Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft, the agency announced.

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10/11/2021 12:38:49 AM
Hubble Detects a Dangerous Dance

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image features two interacting galaxies that are so intertwined, they have a collective name – Arp 91.

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10/9/2021 6:22:42 PM
Russia launches movie actress and producer to space for cosmic film shoot
They’ll spend 12 days in orbit filming scenes for The Challenge

Early this morning, a trio of Russians launched to the International Space Station on a Soyuz spacecraft, but two of these fliers were no ordinary cosmonauts. Included in the crew was a Russian actress named Yulia Peresild and a film producer named Klim Shipenko, who have just docked at the station to film scenes for an upcoming movie. With their arrival, they’re the first multiperson film crew to visit the ISS.

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10/6/2021 5:25:35 PM
Remembering the Gallaudet Eleven and Their Contributions to Spaceflight

Harold Domich. Robert Greenmun. Barron Gulak. Raymond Harper. Jerald Jordan. Harry Larson. David Myers. Donald Peterson. Raymond Piper. Alvin Steele. John Zakutney.

Before NASA could send humans to space, the agency needed to better understand the effects of prolonged weightlessness on the human body. So, in the late 1950s, NASA and the U.S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine established a joint research program to study these effects and recruited 11 deaf men aged 25-48 from Gallaudet College (now Gallaudet University). Today, these men are known to history as the “Gallaudet Eleven."

In this image, the study participants chat in the zero-g aircraft that flew out of Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla.

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10/4/2021 9:00:33 PM
Honda is doubling down on rockets, robots, and flying cars
The automaker will spend $45 billion on R&D over the next six years

Honda is hoping to put its work propulsion, guidance, and control technologies to work on a “reusable rocket” program, said Marcos Frommer, head of corporate communications for Honda, in a briefing with reporters. The automaker started developing rocket technology in 2019, he added. “If we can use such rockets to launch small low orbit satellites, we can expect to evolve our core technologies into various services, including connected services,” he said.

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10/1/2021 9:58:39 PM
NASA’s Lucy Mission Prepares for Launch to Trojan Asteroids

NASA has tested the functions of Lucy, the agency’s first spacecraft to study Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids, filled it with fuel, and is preparing to pack it into a capsule for launch Saturday, Oct. 16.

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9/29/2021 8:45:39 PM
On This Day in Space! Sept. 26, 1983: Soyuz crew narrowly escapes rocket explosion

On Sept. 26, 1983, a Russian Soyuz rocket exploded on the launchpad. Two cosmonauts Vladimir Titov and Gennady Strekalov were inside their Soyuz T-10-1 spacecraft atop the rocket, and they barely made it out alive.
Titov and Strekalov's mission was intended to launch the cosmonauts from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the Salyut 7 space station. But about 90 seconds before their rocket was supposed to launch, a fire erupted on the launchpad. 
Thankfully, the emergency escape system ejected their space capsule from the top of the rocket just two seconds before the fire caused the explosion. So far this has been the only time that a launch escape system had to be used.

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9/27/2021 4:44:00 AM
Seeing the Earth's Glow From Space

The atmospheric glow blankets the Earth's horizon beneath the stars, as shown in a photo taken while the International Space Station orbited 261 miles above the Pacific Ocean southeast of Japan.

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9/24/2021 4:23:49 PM
At pivotal points in human spaceflight, NASA undergoes major reorganization

The body of NASA tasked with managing human spaceflight is being split into two distinct directorates, the agency’s chief announced on Tuesday, embarking on a major reorganization that past officials have tried and failed to execute for years. The move comes as private companies like SpaceX demonstrate leaner methods of putting people in space and as NASA pushes ahead with ambitious plans to build settlements on the surface of the Moon in the next decade.

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9/22/2021 10:20:03 PM

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NASA details how it plans to establish a sustained human presence on the Moon  Artemis program aims to bring humans back to the Moon, with the goal of staying there for good in the interest of pursuing additional science and exploration missions, including to Mars.  Read more: techcrunch.com/2020/04/03/nasa-details-how-it-plans-to-establish-a-sustained-human-presence-on-the-moon/ ...
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4/4/2020 2:52:54 PM
Image of the Day!   This remarkable spiral galaxy, known as NGC 4651, may look serene and peaceful as it swirls in the vast, silent emptiness of space, but don’t be fooled — it keeps a violent secret. It is believed that this galaxy consumed another smaller galaxy to become ...
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4/3/2020 10:54:16 PM
Chinese astrophysicists have recently discovered the fastest runaway star in the galaxy  In the present work reported is the discovery of the fastest rotator in the Galaxy, LAMOST J040643.69+542347.8, with a projected rotational velocity of ~540 km/s, which is ~ 100 km/s faster than that of the previous record holder HD ...
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4/7/2020 12:18:06 AM
On Wednesday, April 22, SpaceX launched its seventh Starlink mission.  As of now, the plan is to roll out partial coverage to Canada and the northern United States sometime this year, with global coverage potentially becoming available in 2021. The company now has 420 satellites in orbit.  Read ...
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4/24/2020 7:06:58 PM
The Director General of Roscosmos accused NASA and SpaceX of dumping. Russian space agency had to reduce launch prices by 30%  Elon Musk: "SpaceX rockets are 80% reusable, theirs are 0%. This is the actual problem." ...
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4/11/2020 10:00:47 PM
On April 24, 2020, the Hubble Space Telescope celebrated its 30th year in orbit by premiering a never-before-seen view of two beautiful nebulas named NGC 2020 and NGC 2014  The giant red nebula and its smaller blue neighbor are part of a vast star-forming region in the Large Magellanic ...
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Launch and landing sequence for today's mission of SpaceX and NASA  LIVE: https://youtu.be/bIZsnKGV8TE ...
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5/31/2020 3:17:43 AM
Colonizing Moon could become a major factor for Russia-US interaction  Ambitious projects connected with Moon colonization could become a major factor of interaction between Russia and the US during these difficult times, says Roscosmos Deputy Director General for International Cooperation Sergey Saveliev.  Read more: roscosmos ...
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5/16/2020 6:45:46 PM
NASA and SpaceX to launch first astronauts to space station from U.S. since 2011  SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft, lifting off on a Falcon 9 rocket at 4:32 p.m. EDT May 27, from Launch Complex 39A in Florida.  Read more: nasa.gov ...
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4/18/2020 3:11:39 AM
SN2016aps is the most energetic supernova registered  This supernova is one for the record books. A mammoth star explosion known as SN2016aps, which occurred in a galaxy about 3.6 billion light-years from Earth, is the brightest supernova ever seen, a new study reports.  Read more: space.com, nature, nplus1 ...
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4/15/2020 3:19:31 AM
Happy Cosmonautics Day!  Today is the International Day of Human Space Flight! On this day, April 12th, 1961 Yuri Gagarin was the first human ever to go into space.  Read more in Russian ...
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4/12/2020 7:10:55 PM
SpaceX rolls out new Starship prototype for tests   The Starship prototype is SpaceX's fourth test vehicle for a massive reusable spacecraft designed to fly to the moon, Mars and beyond.  Read more: space.com ...
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4/24/2020 6:00:19 PM