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NASA, Boeing Complete Starliner Uncrewed Flight Test to Space Station

NASA and Boeing safely landed the company’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft Wednesday in the desert of the western United States, completing the uncrewed Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) to the International Space Station to help prove the system is ready to fly astronauts.

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5/26/2022 10:03:59 PM
Massive Mars dust storms triggered by heat imbalances, scientists find

Mars' planet-engulfing dust storms are being driven by a dramatic energy imbalance between seasons and even between day and night on the Red Planet, new research has found. "One of the most interesting findings is that energy excess — more energy being absorbed than produced — could be one of the generating mechanisms of dust storms on Mars," said Ellen Creecy in a statement. Creecy is a doctoral student at the University of Houston and lead author of the new research.

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5/25/2022 12:25:52 AM
Boeing’s Starliner successfully docks to the International Space Station for the first time

Boeing’s new passenger spacecraft, the CST-100 Starliner, successfully docked itself to the International Space Station — demonstrating that the vehicle can potentially bring humans to the ISS in the future. It’s a crucial capability that Starliner has finally validated in space after years of delays and failures.

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5/23/2022 12:14:31 AM
Hubble Reaches New Milestone in Mystery of Universe's Expansion Rate

Completing a nearly 30-year marathon, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has calibrated more than 40 "milepost markers" of space and time to help scientists precisely measure the expansion rate of the universe – a quest with a plot twist.

This collection of 36 images from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope features galaxies that are all hosts to both Cepheid variables and supernovae. These two celestial phenomena are both crucial tools used by astronomers to determine astronomical distance, and have been used to refine our measurement of the Hubble constant, the expansion rate of the universe

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5/21/2022 12:44:13 AM
NASA’s InSight Still Hunting Marsquakes as Power Levels Diminish

NASA’s InSight Mars lander is gradually losing power and is anticipated to end science operations later this summer. By December, InSight’s team expects the lander to have become inoperative, concluding a mission that has thus far detected more than 1,300 marsquakes – most recently, a magnitude 5 that occurred on May 4 – and located quake-prone regions of the Red Planet.

The information gathered from those quakes has allowed scientists to measure the depth and composition of Mars’ crust, mantle, and core. Additionally, InSight (short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) has recorded invaluable weather data and studied remnants of Mars’ ancient magnetic field.

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5/18/2022 10:12:01 PM
Sagittarius A: NASA Telescopes Support Event Horizon Telescope in Studying Milky Way's Black Hole

The main panel of this graphic contains X-ray data from Chandra (blue) depicting hot gas that was blown away from massive stars near the black hole. Two images of infrared light at different wavelengths from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope show stars (orange) and cool gas (purple). These images are seven light years across at the distance of Sgr A. A pull-out shows the new EHT image, which is only about 1.8 x 10-5 light years across (0.000018 light years, or about 10 light minutes).

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5/17/2022 12:12:58 AM
Starlink is now available in 32 countries around the world.

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5/15/2022 1:51:45 AM
This is the first picture of the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way
The center of our galactic home

The world has been gifted the second photograph ever taken of a supermassive black hole — and this time, it’s a black hole that’s relatively close to home. Today, scientists collaborating on the massive Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project released an image of Sagittarius A*, the gargantuan black hole spinning away at the center of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

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5/14/2022 5:01:04 AM
NASA’s InSight lander detects largest ‘marsquake’ yet on Red Planet
The detection comes as InSight slowly gathers dust

NASA’s beleaguered InSight lander on Mars has detected a magnitude 5 “marsquake” — the largest one the spacecraft has felt yet since landing on the planet in November of 2018. It’s a major moment that comes during a fraught time for InSight, as the spacecraft’s solar panels continue to gather dust that will eventually bring an end to the vehicle’s life on Mars.

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5/12/2022 12:39:25 AM
See the fiery Blood Moon rise in a total lunar eclipse in May's must-see skywatching event

On the night of May 15-16, the attention of millions of people will be drawn skyward, where a mottled, coppery globe — the moon — will be completely immersed in the long, tapering cone of shadow cast into space by our planet. If the weather is clear, skywatchers across most of the Americas, Europe and Africa will have a view of one of nature's most beautiful spectacles: a total eclipse of the moon. 

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5/9/2022 4:46:48 AM
Record-breaking 'black-widow' pulsar found just 3,000 light-years from Earth
The newfound system is the tightest such cannibalistic binary known.

A fast-spinning pulsar hungrily feeding on a close companion star has been found 3,000 light-years from Earth in a rare type of cannibalistic system known as a black-widow binary. Around two dozen black-widow binaries are currently known in the Milky Way galaxy. They typically feature a pulsar, which is the spinning neutron-star remnant of a massive star that exploded in a supernova, stealing matter from a companion star. 

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5/5/2022 12:26:44 AM
Rocket Lab will try to catch a falling rocket with a helicopter today

After nearly three years of preparation, small satellite launch company Rocket Lab will attempt to catch one of its rockets in mid-air today, after launching the vehicle to space from New Zealand. As the rocket falls back to Earth, Rocket Lab will use a helicopter to try to snag the booster just before it hits the ocean. That way, the rocket can potentially be launched again.

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5/3/2022 3:06:14 AM
Mars helicopter spots wreckage from Perseverance landing
The aftermath of a nail-biting landing process

New pictures from the Ingenuity helicopter offer a fresh perspective of the wreckage left behind when the Perseverance rover landed on Mars last year, NASA said on Wednesday.

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5/1/2022 4:40:31 AM
SpaceX successfully launches latest crew of astronauts to the space station for NASA
From left to right: Jessica Watkins, Kjell Lindgren, Samantha Cristoforetti, Bob Hines

SpaceX successfully launched the crew from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at 3:52AM ET. The astronauts will now spend roughly 17 hours en route to the ISS, and are due to dock with the space station at around 8:15PM ET

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4/27/2022 7:37:56 PM
Check out NASA’s latest footage of a solar eclipse on Mars

It’s the highest-quality footage of an eclipse on Mars to date
https://youtu.be/aKK7vS2CHC8
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4/23/2022 3:55:36 AM

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5/31/2020 3:17:43 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
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
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
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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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 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
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
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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4/25/2020 1:00:51 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
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