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Sometimes life can make you feel like you’re in the stomach. We’re sorry… for having to admit it, but it’s true!. Finding enough money to pay all your bills isn’t easy at times. If you’re facing a situation in which you do not have enough money to cover your expenses, …

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Investing in space: a SPAC that raises eyebrows

CNBC’s Investing in Space newsletter offers a vDiscover the space exploration and privatization industry, straight to your inbox. CNBC’s Michael Sheetz reports and curates breaking news, investor updates and exclusive interviews on the biggest companies reaching new heights. Subscribe to receive future editions. Preview: A SPAC space is back I’m …

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Sir Richard Branson-backed bid to launch a rocket from Cornwall is again rebuffed

Britain’s first rocket launch from a spaceport in Cornwall has had its launch date pushed back to November as it awaits approval from UK regulators. Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit was previously due to launch a rocket from Newquay’s Spaceport Cornwall in September, but The Telegraph has learned launch partners …

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Science promotion event aims to spark young students’ interest in space exploration

Jing Dunquan, Vice President of China’s Soong Ching Ling Foundation, speaks at a science promotion event that focuses on behind the scenes of China’s manned space program. [Photo provided to China Daily] A science promotion event that invited scientists to deliver speeches on the development of China’s space industry and …

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NASA investigates James Webb Space Telescope instrument problem

One of the instruments of the James Webb Space Telescope has encountered a technical problem. The next-generation telescope has been operating at a breakneck pace, returning jaw-dropping science observations from exoplanetsgalaxies and even our local planets. The anomaly is a speed bump in Webb’s work, removing a specific mode of …

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Solar flare, like SpaceX satellite crash, disrupts communications

A solar flare erupted from an outbound sunspot on September 16, releasing a pulse of X-rays and extreme UV radiation that caused shortwave radio blackouts in Africa and the Middle East. Frequencies below 25 MHz were affected up to an hour after the eruption. The strength of solar flares is …

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Wagner Corporation Collaborates with Virgin Orbit to Bring National Air Launch Capability to Australia

LONG BEACH, CA & WELLCAMP, Australia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Virgin Orbit (Nasdaq: VORB), a leading launch provider, today announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Wagner Corporation, one of the region’s most successful private companies. and owner of Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport and Business Park in Queensland, Australia. The agreement will …

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Voyager Space Announces Ground Laboratory at George Washington Carver Science Park to be Located at Ohio State University

George Washington Carver Science Park Voyager Space Holdings PARIS, September 19, 2022 – Voyager Space (Voyager), today announced that it has selected a proposal from The Ohio State University, Ohio State, JobsOhio and One Columbus (“Team Ohio”) to locate the terrestrial analogue of the George Washington Carver Science Park (GWCSP) …

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NH’s Lee Morin helps NASA get back to the moon

September 18 — Lee Morin was a teenager when these stunning grainy black-and-white images appeared on television: American astronauts walking on the surface of the moon. Now the Manchester native is part of the NASA team working on the Artemis missions, which aims to bring humans back to the moon …

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Where to watch and stream MARS: Inside SpaceX Free Online

Best Sites to Watch MARS: Inside SpaceX – Last Updated September 18, 2022 Read on to see all the sites where you can watch MARS: Inside SpaceX online right now. You can also see the MARS: Inside SpaceX cast, crew, plot, and release date on this page. Cast: Elon Musk …

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If Your Child Is Excited About The NASA Crash, Here Are 20 Space Exploration Toys They’ll Love – WWLP

What are the best space exploration toys? On September 26, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched the Double Asteroid Redirect Test spacecraft directly onto Dimorphos, an Earth-passing asteroid, to test its capabilities in the event of an imminent threat to the planet. It’s an exciting time for space fans …

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Jeff Bezos’ Rocket Crashes, Zinetac Poses Cancer Risk, NASA Makes Music From Footage

The disastrous launch of Jeff Bezos’ unmanned Blue Origin rocket wasn’t the only science news story to make headlines this week. Other science updates you may have missed include the spread of a deadly cattle disease in India, the discovery of a new omicron subvariant in the UK, and the …

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NASA calls for proposals for 2nd Artemis lunar lander

NASA is asking private industry to come up with ideas for another astronaut lunar lander. The space agency is working to establish a long-term human presence on and around the moon by the end of the 2020s, through a program called Artemis. In 2021, NASA announced that it had selected …

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Rocket Lab Launches Japanese Radar Imaging Satellite on 30th Electron Mission

PARIS — Rocket Lab successfully launched a Japanese radar imaging satellite Sept. 15 as the company prepares for another attempt to recover and reuse a booster. An Electron rocket blasted off from Pad B at Rocket Lab’s Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand at 4:38 p.m. Eastern Time. The rocket’s …

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EOI Space’s first satellite to launch into space from SpaceX

Earth Observant Inc., or EOI Space, a developer of low-flying intelligence satellites, will launch its first craft next year aboard a Space Exploration Technologies Corp rideshare rocket. (SpaceX). The 2023 mission aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket “will allow EOI to test and validate its technology, ensuring that the satellite’s configuration …

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NASA’s Perseverance rover studies Mars’ geologically rich terrain

“In the distant past, the sand, mud and salts that now make up the Wildcat Ridge sample were deposited under conditions where life could have thrived,” Farley said. “The fact that organic matter was found in such sedimentary rock – known to preserve fossils of ancient life here on Earth …

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SpaceX Starlink internet service kicks off in Antarctica

SpaceX’s Starlink internet constellation is undergoing a serious remote service test. SpaceX has long touted Starlink’s potential as a global connector, enabling people in rural areas and other underserved communities to access high-speed Internet. And Stellar Link broadband is now beaming to one of the most remote communities on earth …

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Hypersonic freighter closer to reality! US military signs pact to develop ‘lightning lightning’ space transportation system

Sierra Space, a commercial space company, announced Sept. 8 that it has signed an agreement with United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) to build hypersonic space transportation systems for military cargo and personnel. Russian Su-35 fighter ‘destroyed’ Ukrainian air defense radar by firing anti-radiation missile, Moscow says Sierra Space and the …

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What is Changesite-(Y)? China Crystal Moon Mineral Explained

A vial of lunar dust, scraped from the lunar crust by a Chinese rover, contains a tiny crystal that could one day power a nuclear reactor. The mineral crystal was identified by scientists at the Uranium Geology Research Institute in Beijing and dubbed “Changesite-(Y)”, after Chang’e, the Chinese mythological moon …

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NASA’s CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

Artist’s rendering of CAPSTONE.Image: Nasa Controllers with the CAPSTONE mission are attempt to regain control of the Probe bound to the Moon, which is currently collapsing, is experiencing temperature issues and is unable to use its solar panels to fully recharge its batteries. In a update released on Monday, Advanced …

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Sierra Space signs Pentagon initiative to develop rocket-based cargo delivery

Commercial space company Sierra Space has sign an agreement with the US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) to develop space transportation solutions for military cargo and personnel. The capability will allow the Department of Defense to deliver military assistance anywhere in the world in a fraction of the time of traditional transports. …

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UFO spotted in Lucknow sky? Mysterious dotted lights stun Kannauj residents, turn out to be Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink satellite train, see viral photos

Residents of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh were left puzzled after capturing a train of flashing white lights in the sky. The bizarre dotted lights were seen moving at a slow pace across the evening sky. Apparently, on September 4, SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, had sent a space shoot it with …

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Army mulls satellite partners for ‘Lonestar’ GPS interference warning system

The Army’s experimental Gunsmoke-L (Lonestar) CubeSats are designed to warn commanders of GPS interference. (Illustration: Dynetics) WASHINGTON — After beginning in-orbit operations in July, the Army is evaluating the results of experimental satellite technology designed to directly notify soldiers on the ground when GPS signals have been disrupted or compromised. …

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NASA Artemis I lunar mission, why was the launch canceled twice in a row?

On Saturday, NASA halted its latest effort to launch the groundbreaking Artemis 1 moon rocket because it failed to stop a fuel leak detected during refueling. The spacecraft had been kept on the launch pad due to technical difficulties twice in the previous five days. AFP What is Artemis 1? …

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A new era of earth sciences

For more than 50 years, NASA satellites have provided data about Earth’s land, water, temperature, weather and climate.

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SpaceX launches one of its most complex missions ever

Abel Avalon, president and CEO of AST Spacemobile, said in a statement. This breakthrough technology supports our mission to close the connectivity gap faced by today’s more than 5 billion mobile customers and bring mobile broadband to nearly half of the world’s population who are still not connected. We want …

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Media We Love: For All Humanity

The media we love here at EarthSky. Watch the For All Mankind trailer. Media We Love: For All Humanity Marcy Curran recommends For all mankind Over Labor Day weekend, my husband and I watched all three seasons of For All Mankind on Apple TV+. I was already watching episode 5 …

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Mixed performance with progress and delays

The company’s Electron rocket carrying the CAPSTONE mission takes off from New Zealand on June 28, 2022. rocket lab The second quarter was a mixed one for space companies, with some companies showing steady progress while others experienced setbacks. Most space stocks, many of which went public last year through …

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope discovers spiraling stars, poised to reveal secrets of the early universe

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has found spiral stars whose observations can help unlock the secrets of the early universe. Very little is known about the early universe. Many secrets have remained hidden from human observation despite the Herculean effort of space agencies. As continuous research and observations are made by …

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SpaceX appeals US FCC rejection of rural broadband subsidies

An exterior of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Sept 9 (Reuters) – SpaceX on Friday challenged the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to deny the space company’s satellite internet unit $885.5 million in broadband …

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NASA JPL Launches First Female Leader – Outlook Pasadena

First published in the September 8 print issue of Pasadena Outlook. After its founding 86 years ago, the stars finally aligned at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to welcome its first female leader, Director Laurie Leshin.As JPL’s tenth director, the appointment was also described as a homecoming for Leshin, who earned …

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These companies plan to use rockets to transport military goods

Companies that have so far sought to join the military in exploring ways to make the idea a reality include Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin and, most recently, Rocket Lab, according to a press release on Tuesday. Essentially, the lineup is a who’s-who of the “new space” business …

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Looking for a way to play quantum computing? Pick up the ARQQ stock.

Source: Amin Van / Shutterstock.com Some people might classify Quantum Arqit (NASDAQ:ARQQ) as a cybersecurity company. However, there is a whole other angle here, because Arqit has a powerful product, QuantumCloud, which deploys quantum computing technology. It’s a very specific niche product, but Arqit is already successfully marketing QuantumCloud. Therefore, …

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SpaceX ‘noise’ goes largely quiet over summer

MCLENNAN COUNTY – Say the name SpaceX in central Texas and most people think of the giant rocket engine test facility in McLennan County. At any one time, nearly 1,000 or more people are employed there. They inject a lot of money into the local economy. For months last winter …

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NASA finds evidence of carbon dioxide in an exoplanet’s atmosphere

The recently deployed James Webb Space Telescope has discovered the first clear evidence of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a planet outside our solar system. US space agency NASA has confirmed the evidence, which it says was discovered in the atmosphere of a planet orbiting a star some 700 …

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Rocketlab sent this engine into space and then retrieved it. A new test shows that it still works well

Reusable rocket engines have become all the rage lately, even as NASA’s continually delayed Artemis I mission attempts to launch with non-reusable technology. Realistically, the only way to drastically reduce start-up costs is to reuse engines rather than building them from scratch every time. That’s why any space exploration fan …

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Watch SpaceX launch 51 Starlink satellites and a space tug on Sunday

SpaceX plans to send a space tug aloft with another big batch of Starlink internet satellites on Sunday evening (September 4). A SpaceX The Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to lift off Sunday from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on the east coast of Florida, carrying 51 Stellar Link internet …

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Brexit Britain wins as UK first in Europe to launch satellites from home | Science | New

Brian Cox describes the launch objectives of NASA’s Artemis 1 mission The UK has boosted investment in its space industry in recent years in recognition of the economic opportunities presented by commercial space launches. Confirmed in July, the First UK satellite launch should take off before the end of the …

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Space enthusiasts on Artemis: ‘Ideal for humanity’

PORTAGE, Mich. (WOOD) — With the first launch of the Artemis missions scheduled for Saturday, many people in western Michigan are excited about the program that aims to eventually return astronauts to the moon. The inaugural mission is designed to circumnavigate the moon without a crew. Space enthusiasts like Dave …

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NASA targets Saturday launch of new moon rocket after fixes

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida — NASA was aiming for a Saturday launch of its new moon rocket, after fixing fuel leaks and bypassing a bad motor sensor that thwarted the first try. The maiden flight of the 322ft (98m) rocket – the most powerful NASA has ever built – was delayed …

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The Night Sky: A Harvest Moon in Early Autumn

DESPITE the delay in the planned launch of Artemis 1, Nasa remains optimistic that the mission will start soon, with Friday, September 2 being touted as a potential window. A huge rocket, a “megarocket”, the largest ever built, will send a capsule on a mission that will circumnavigate the Moon …

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NASA Gives Detailed Analysis of All Landing Debris Perseverance Has Found on Mars

A recent blog by Dr. Justin Maki, Imaging Scientist and Deputy Principal Investigator on the Perseverance rover’s Mastcam-Z camera, provides a detailed account of the debris the Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) system left behind. scattered around the Martian surface while delivering the Perseverance rover to Jezero Crater. This blog …

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NASA solves Voyager 1 data glitch mystery, but finds another

NASA’s Voyager 1 probe is finally finding meaning in interstellar space. After months of sending unwanted data about its health to flight controllers on Earth, the 45-year-old Voyager 1 is once again sending back clear telemetry data about its status beyond our solar system. NASA knew the problem lay somewhere …

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US space policy ‘schizophrenic’ towards Russia, says ex-NASA chief

Russia has apparently been a frustrating partner in spaceflight for at least a decade. Two former NASA administrators, Jim Bridenstine and Charles Bolden, described having a strained relationship with the main partner of the International Space Station (ISS) during remarks broadcast live on Sunday August 28. While current NASA officials …

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Aussie Company strikes deal with NASA to help get people to the Moon: what about SpaceX?

Urian B.Tech Times August 29, 2022, 11:08 p.m. An Australian tech company just struck a deal with NASA and will provide the space agency with software to monitor the first woman and first person of color to land on the Moon. They will also help monitor the first human on …

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New AFRL Space Vehicle Chief Seeking Talent to Advance Technology

The AFRL is looking to build its technical workforce and partner with private companies, said Col. Jeremy Raley, chief executive of space vehicles. WASHINGTON — The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicle Branch hopes to launch expensive military experiments over the next three years, including a GPS-like navigation satellite, a …

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The last space shuttle pilot, SpaceX’s first capsule commander watching the next spacecraft take flight

Astronaut Doug Hurley commanded the first human mission of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule in 2020. Prior to that, he notably piloted the last Space Shuttle mission in 2011, logging more than 92 days in space. Hurley retired as a NASA astronaut last year. Now he works for Northrop Grumman, which …

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Carbon dioxide observed in the atmosphere of exoplanet WASP-39b by the James Webb Space Telescope

A team of planetary scientists, including Michael Line, an associate professor at Arizona State University, has detected carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of a gas giant exoplanet with the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The discovery demonstrates JWST’s long-awaited capabilities to observe the atmospheres of planets outside our solar system, …

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The future of space travel begins Monday morning

“And soon, we are returning to the moon as Artemis. We’re going to learn to live in a harsh environment, and then it’s going to be Mars in the late 2030s,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said in March of this year. “Soon” is fast approaching as Artemis 1 is set …

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Historical! NASA Voyager 1 completes 10 years in interstellar space; Can he still find extraterrestrial life?

Voyager 1 has now spent ten years in interstellar space, marking a unique milestone for humanity. As he enters “pristine” interstellar space, can he find alien life? To find. No matter how many technologically advanced spacecraft are manufactured by NASA these days, its most enduring spacecraft came out in the …

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US justice confirms SpaceX satellite deployment plan

An exterior of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Aug 26 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to approve a SpaceX plan to deploy certain Starlink satellites …

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Phantom Space Launch Approach – Parabolic Arc

Illustration of the launch of a Daytona rocket. (Credit: Phantom Space) By David BullockPersonal editor While companies like Astra Space and Virgin Orbit seek a steady stream of profitable orbital payload customers, there’s another company that plans to launch its Daytona rocket for the first time in 2023. Phantom Space, …

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NASA Perseverance Makes New Discoveries in Mars’ Jezero Crater – NASA Mars Exploration

The rover found that the floor of Jezero Crater is made up of volcanic rocks that have interacted with water. Scientists got a surprise when NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover began examining rocks on the floor of Jezero Crater in the spring of 2021: Because the crater contained a lake billions …

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NASA ‘spectacular’ space photo of aurora australis above Earth

Is NASA campaigning to have the best Instagram page in the galaxy? That certainly seems to be the case with the latest James Webb Space Telescope images of Jupiter and last month’s stunning shots of the Carina Nebula and the South Ring Nebula. And now the space agency is sharing …

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EXPLAINER: NASA tests new moon rocket, 50 years after Apollo

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Years late and billions over budget, NASA’s new moon rocket makes its debut next week on a high-stakes test flight before astronauts take over. The 322-foot (98-meter) rocket will attempt to send an empty crew capsule into distant lunar orbit, 50 years after NASA’s famous …

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China’s suborbital space tourism ambitions heat up as two companies seek to challenge Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic – Parabolic Arc

CAS Space crewed suborbital vehicle in flight. (Credit: Espace CAS) by Douglas MessierChief Editor Two Chinese companies – CAS Space and Space Transportation – are pursuing the suborbital tourism market, with the former closely copying Blue Origin’s fully reusable New Shepard vehicle and the latter developing a winged vehicle that …

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Countdown to Artemis I

NASA’s upcoming Artemis I launch is a historic moment in the making. The Kennedy Space Center is thrilled to be the launch site for such an incredible mission. Before liftoff, currently scheduled for Monday, August 29, 2022 at 8:33 a.m., the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex invites you to learn …

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NASA’s James Webb Telescope has taken new photos of Jupiter’s auroras and rings: NPR

A new image of Jupiter taken by NASA’s Webb Telescope and released on Monday is shown. NASA/NASA hide caption toggle caption NASA/NASA A new image of Jupiter taken by NASA’s Webb Telescope and released on Monday is shown. NASA/NASA NASA has captured new telescopic images of Jupiter that show auroras, …

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A line of lights moving across the Idaho sky? Satellites, not UFOs

The slowly moving linear lights in the sky are Starlink satellites, according to Steven Shropshire, professor of physics at Idaho State University. Courtesy of Lee Flowers People have been looking at the stars for centuries, and if you happened to look at the night sky in eastern Idaho in the …

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How Israel can benefit from a spaceport |Opinion

In view of the development of technology and the massive entry of new enterprises, the accelerated commercialization of the space industry in general and the launch industry in particular, the establishment of infrastructure for space launches civilians is literally the requirement of the hour. In Israel today there is no …

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10 movies that will scare you into space

Many children of several generations often dream of being astronauts. With space epics such as Star Wars, Star Trek, and guardians of the galaxy filling movie screens since the 1960s, it’s no wonder why. RELATED: From ‘Alien’ to ‘Sunshine’: 10 Terrifying But Terrific Space Horror MoviesMany find the science of …

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NASA’s Webb Space Telescope sheds light on galaxy evolution and black holes

A huge mosaic of Stephan’s Quintet is the largest image to date from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, covering about a fifth of the moon’s diameter. It contains over 150 million pixels and is built from nearly 1,000 separate image files. The visual grouping of five galaxies was captured by …

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SpaceX Dragon freighter returns to Earth from space station

A SpaceX Dragon freighter returned to Earth with an ocean splash Saturday (August 20) carrying tons of scientific equipment from the International Space Station. The uncrewed Dragon space capsule crashed off the coast of Florida at 2:53 p.m. EDT (1953 GMT) after just over a month on the space station. …

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Space Nerds at the Beach: A Dispatch from Aerospace Games

If you already have watched the movie about 2000s teenage girls Dusk, you know there’s an iconic stormy baseball game scene between the Cullen family and other vampires alongside the mere mortal Bella Swan. Now imagine this scene taking place on a sandy beach near the ocean with a group …

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Astronaut visits elementary school in Fort Lauderdale for ‘Space Day’ – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. (WSVN) – Engineers and an astronaut had the chance to educate Broward County students. It was “Space Day” at Rock Island Elementary School on Friday. The students discovered the final frontier thanks to Blue Origin employees and heard about a real astronaut. “We are so excited to …

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NASA’s Webb Space Telescope reveals a shimmering universe with its biggest image yet

For the James Webb Space Telescope, the milestones have been inflexible. Just over a month since this pioneering machine left mankind in awe following the release of its first stunning deep field, vivid nebulous portraits and shots of galactic muses, it has graced us with its greatest image yet. day. …

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Watch SpaceX launch 53 Starlink satellites and land a rocket at sea on Friday

SpaceX will launch 53 more of its Starlink internet satellites and land a rocket at sea today (August 19), and you can watch it all live. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying 53 Stellar Link The spacecraft is scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida …

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The return of market “foolishness” is great for ex-SPACs

Comment this story Comment Many companies that have gone public by merging with special purpose acquisition companies quickly run out of cash. To stave off disaster, newly listed startups are turning to an esoteric form of financing called an equity line of credit, or ELOC, which gives them the right …

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American universities are pipelines to the defense industry. What does this say about our morality? | Olivier Indigo

IIn his 1961 farewell address, Dwight D Eisenhower warned the nation against the “unwarranted influence” of the military-industrial complex. But a lesser-known part of the speech was directed at universities: “In the same way, the free university, historically at the source of free ideas and scientific discovery, has experienced a …

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Snoopy is back home in a revived NASA poster promoting the success of the Artemis mission

August 17, 2022 — The upcoming launch of a beagle to the moon inspired the return of a decades-old NASA poster. As previously announced, Snoopy, Charles Schulz’s comic book Peanuts pet dog, will fly in doll form aboard NASA’s Artemis I mission around the moon and back. The toy, clad …

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Redwire to Develop First Commercial Space Greenhouse to Improve Crop Science on Earth and Support Future Space Exploration Missions

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Redwire Corporation (NYSE:RDW), a leader in space infrastructure for the next-generation space economy, today announced that it will develop the only spaceflight-qualified plant growth platform , commercially owned and operated, capable of growing plants from seed to maturity in space. Redwire Greenhouse, slated for launch into space no …

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Spacewalk, Dragon Ops near as health research continues – Space Station

The SpaceX Dragon space freighter approaches the space station during an orbital sunrise on July 16, 2022. The heads of mission have given the “go” for the seventh extravehicular outing of the year which must take place in the middle of the week. A US freighter is also nearing the …

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Virgin Orbit cuts launch forecast while increasing revenue per launch

WASHINGTON — Virgin Orbit now expects four launches this year, at the low of previous projections, but with higher revenue per launch. The company, in its August 12 second-quarter earnings release, reported no revenue in the quarter and a net loss of $33.3 million. The company, however, said it recorded …

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Why Amazon wants to sell vacuum cleaners

LARKSPUR, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 05: Amazon has announced plans to purchase iRobot, maker of the popular … [+] Roomba robot vacuum, for an estimated $1.7 billion. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Getty Images It was recently announced that Amazon.com would acquire iRobot, the maker of the Roomba vacuum cleaner. There …

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NASA aims to deflect the asteroid close to Earth next month

You must have listened to the news of the arrival of asteroids often towards Earth which could cause devastating damage. However, most of these asteroids are reduced to ashes in our atmosphere. However, in time to come, humans may be ready to deflect a potentially planet-killing asteroid. For this, the …

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Twilio Gets Hacked, Teens Ditch Facebook, and SpaceX Takes South Korea to the Moon – TechCrunch

Hello again! Welcome to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the top stories from TechCrunch dot-com this week. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Register here. Is Facebook for older people? If you have a teenager at home, you’ve probably heard them say the same thing. …

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New Zealand wool takes off on NASA lunar mission

A New Zealand wool product will make its way into space later this month, as part of NASA’s mission to the Moon. Filters manufactured by the New Zealand company Lanaco for the lunar mission. (Source: provided) An Orion spacecraft will launch on an unmanned test flight Aug. 30 ahead of …

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SpaceX is ready for the launch of a third Falcon rocket in five weeks from Vandenberg SFB | Local News

A Falcon 9 rocket launch of 46 new Starlink satellites will aim for liftoff Friday afternoon on the third mission in less than five weeks from Vandenberg Space Force Base. The Space Exploration Technologies rocket launcher will attempt to lift off at 2:40 p.m. from Space Launch Complex-4 at the …

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Growth of the small launcher industry is slowing down

LOGAN, Utah — Growth in the small launch vehicle industry is slowing, with fewer new vehicles entering the market and more vehicles defunct, as demand for these vehicles falls below expectations. During a presentation at the Small Satellite Conference on August 11, Carlos Niederstrasser of Northrop Grumman discussed the latest …

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SpaceX’s spacecraft won’t make its first orbital launch this month

The first orbital test flight of SpaceX’s Starship vehicle will not lift off in August. SpaceX is aiming for a six-month window that opens on September 1 for the highly anticipated mission, according to a radio spectrum license application (opens in a new tab) that the company has filed with …

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Apul leads NASA-backed research using nanobubbles for water treatment to support space exploration – Reuters

Onur Apul, an assistant professor of environmental engineering at the University of Maine, will lead a NASA-supported $1.1 million multi-institutional investigation to determine whether nanobubbles can support space exploration, including the treatment of water on spaceships. Through the Maine Space Grant Consortium, NASA’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) …

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Multiple Nanoracks customer payloads launched on SpaceX CRS-25 mission – SatNews

Nano racks had several payloads launched at the SpaceX CRS-25 (SpX-25) in July 2022 – some of these payloads have been in the works for three years. These payloads were sent as part of a resupply mission international space station (ISS) for scientific research and technology demonstrations that will help …

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J-Space Partners with Virgin Orbit to Bring Sovereign Air Launch Capability to South Korea

LONG BEACH, CA & SEOUL, Republic of Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Virgin Orbit (Nasdaq: VORB), a leading launch provider, today announced that it has signed an agreement with South Korean investment group J-Space. The agreement will allow the companies to evaluate candidate spaceport launch sites in South Korea, with the aim of providing …

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1st SpaceX Starlink launch for August today. look here

Launch of Starlink on August 9, 2022 Heads up! SpaceX begins its Starlink launches for the month with a batch of 53 satellites at 22:57 UTC (6:57 p.m. EDT) on August 9, 2022. Starlink Group 4-26 will ascend atop a Falcon 9 rocket. The time and the date are an …

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Activists resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘settlement’ of South Texas, citing environmental damage and gentrification

Local activists today submitted multiple requests for information about possible collusion between government officials and Elon Musk’s tech giant SpaceX in the company’s expansion into South Texas and the arrest of an environmental activist. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests are part of continued opposition by community groups to …

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Blue Canyon opens new small satellite manufacturing plant in Colorado – SatNews

Manufacturer of small satellites and provider of mission services Blue Canyon Technologies LLC (“BCT” or “Blue Canyon”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon Technologiescelebrated the grand opening of the company’s new cubesat factory in Boulder, Colorado with members of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce at an inauguration ceremony. The expanded …

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Reviews | Russia could leave the space station. NASA should anticipate.

Comment this story Comment Orbiting an average of 250 miles above Earth, the International Space Station has managed to stay above the fray of Earth’s political turbulence for more than two decades. With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, however, tensions between the United States and Russia are high enough to …

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Researchers turn to wind tunnels to predict where space junk will land

The skywatching world has been turned upside down this week with multiple reports of space junk falling on Australian farms. Experts say that the higher the satellites go up, the more it makes sense for others to go down. Key points: The largest space junk seen in Australia since 1979 …

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Stocks to Watch: Inflation, Auto Buzz, and Crypto Comeback Hopes

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Florida braces for crowds for launch of NASA’s Artemis 1 lunar mission

They arrive. Florida’s Space Coast tourism officials are expecting a massive influx of tourists for the upcoming Artemis 1 lunar mission, NASA’s first launch. Space Launch System rocket. The “Space Coast” is a term given to the area of ​​Florida where the two Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and Cape Canaveral …

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