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NASA conducts 5th RS-25 series test at Stennis Space Center

[ad_1] HANCOCK COUNTY, Mississippi (WJTV) – On Wednesday, NASA conducted a fifth single-engine RS-25 hot shot, part of its ongoing seven-part test series, supporting the development and production of engines for the system space launch vehicle (SLS) during future missions to the moon. Operators fired the engine for more than …

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NASA mission finds melt lakes hidden under Antarctic ice

[ad_1] Antarctica may seem like a static environment: a motionless white landscape frozen in place. But there’s a lot more going on under the ice than we realize – although you have to travel to space to be sure. More than a decade ago, scientists made such a discovery, when …

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CheMin Cleanup – NASA’s Mars Exploration Program

[ad_1] This image was taken by Mast Camera (Mastcam) aboard NASA’s Curiosity rover on Sol 3171.. Credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS. Download image › Late in planning on Wednesday, the data needed to confirm it was safe to drop some of the last drill samples into CheMin was received, …

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NASA project examines Louisiana Delta system

[ad_1] Sinking land, rising seas and other effects of climate change killed a wooded area in Louisiana where a Native American chief used to play as a child. In the nearby Mississippi River delta system, middle school students can stand on islands that were formed the same year they were …

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NASA wants to change the way it protects astronauts from radiation

[ad_1] Astronauts face a constant spectrum of radiation, as particles from the sun and high-energy cosmic rays constantly bombard their bodies. If left unchecked, radiation can trigger all kinds of health problems, including increasing an astronaut’s risk of developing cancer. So when NASA plans missions, the agency uses a radiation …

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NASA Examines Louisiana Delta System, Looks At Global Forecasts

[ad_1] MIKE ISLAND, Louisiana. – Erosion, sinking land and rising water levels due to climate change have killed the woods of Louisiana where a 41-year-old Native American chief played as a child. Nearby, in the Mississippi Delta system, middle school students can stand on islands that emerged in the year …

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NASA tests earthquake-resistant balloons as a way to study Venus

[ad_1] Researchers from the US space agency have successfully used balloons to detect earthquakes in the California desert. The experiment tested whether similar balloons could be sent to Venus to study the planet seismic activity. NASA recently announced plans to launch two future missions to Venus. NASA scientists were fortunate …

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NASA studies larger Martian helicopters

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – As the Ingenuity helicopter continues to demonstrate its capabilities on Mars, NASA engineers are examining concepts for larger, more capable rotorcraft that could be flown on future missions. Ingenuity made its eighth flight to Mars on June 21, traveling 160 meters and landing at a new site …

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NASA sends squid into space for research

[ad_1] HONOLULU (AP) – Dozens of Hawaii’s baby squids are in space for study. The baby Hawaiian bobtail squid was bred at the University of Hawaii’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory and was blasted into space earlier this month during a SpaceX refueling mission to the International Space Station. Researcher Jamie Foster, …

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NASA: Earth’s energy imbalance has doubled since 2006

[ad_1] The Earth’s climate depends on the amount of radiative energy from the Sun that is absorbed and the amount of thermal infrared radiation emitted by the Earth. A positive energy imbalance means the Earth system is gaining energy, causing the planet to warm up. New research has shown that …

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NASA reports issues with Hubble Space Telescope

[ad_1] This photograph taken by the Hubble Space Telescope on August 25, 2020 shows Jupiter and its moon Europe, captured when the planet was 653 million kilometers (405 million miles) from Earth. The Hubble Space Telescope, which has been scanning the universe for more than 30 years, has been down …

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NASA selects proposals to provide new insights from freely available data

[ad_1] NASA selects proposals to provide new insights from freely available data Press release from: NASA Science Mission Directorate Posted: Wednesday June 16 2021 NASA’s Physical Sciences Research Program selected five ground-based proposals in response to the research announcement “Using the NASA Physical Sciences Computer System – Annex G. These …

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NASA could place a huge telescope on the far side of the moon

[ad_1] The universe is constantly sending us his story. For example: information about what has happened a long time, long long ago, contained in the long-lasting radio waves that are ubiquitous throughout the universe, probably contain the details of how the first stars and black holes were formed. There is …

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NASA hot air balloon flights launch from New Mexico

[ad_1] FORT SUMNER, NM (KRQE) – NASA’s science balloon program has launched 18 flights with its spring campaign at Fort Sumner. The second flight took off on June 8. This is the program’s first major flight campaign since the pandemic, according to NASA. NASA says the team is supporting science …

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Fort Wayne high school student gets internship with NASA

[ad_1] FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – A Fort Wayne high school student just received an internship with NASA. “I’ve always loved astrophysics, space and space exploration,” said Charis Hall, a homeschooler. “It’s a really unique opportunity, and I was accepted. Hall applied for the internship earlier this year, and in …

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NASA announces winner of 2021 student launch competition

[ad_1] On Friday, NASA’s 2021 student launch competition ended with a virtual ceremony to announce the winners. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte was selected as the laureate of the launch division while New York University was named the laureate of the design division. “This year’s challenge will hopefully …

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NASA Administrator Says “I Was Known” When Asked About UAPs

[ad_1] MYSTERY WIRE –Nasa administrator and former Senator Bill Nelson and other agency executives held a press conference on Wednesday at the agency’s headquarters in Washington, DC and answered a question about an unidentified aerial phenomenon. The question was from David Smith of The Guardian, it was the second of …

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NASA takes UFOs seriously

[ad_1] Bill Nelson, the former Florida senator and spaceflight veteran, told CNN Business’s Rachel Crane in a broad interview on Thursday that it was not clear to anyone – even in the upper echelons of the space agency American – what high-speed objects observed. by Navy pilots are. Nelson added …

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NASA partners with 5 US states to deliver drones and air taxis

[ad_1] What is the best way for a local government to integrate cargo delivery drones and passenger air taxi services into its existing civic transport infrastructure? In the United States, five local and state governments will find out soon, with help from NASA. NASA experts Advanced air mobility The mission …

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NASA opens a space hotel. Price: $ 55 million per bed

[ad_1] Assembled over 23 years, by a coalition of 15 countries, and at a cost of $ 100 billion, the International Space Station represents humanity’s most ambitious and enduring foray into space to date. The point is, the ISS probably shouldn’t even be in space anymore – when the project …

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UH to lead NASA Space Telescope study of the nature of dying stars

[ad_1] Debris from an exploded star known as Kepler’s supernova remnants (Photo credit: NASA) How do stars die, explode, and release heavy elements into the universe? These questions are the subject of an international team of scientists led by the University of Hawaii Institute of Astronomy (If a) Postdoctoral Research …

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NASA’s Rover Curiosity on Mars climbs Mount Mercou

[ad_1] NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted Curiosity climbing a rocky outcrop known as Mont Mercou. The photo was taken at an altitude of 167.5 miles above the rover. The hills beyond the region, which has earned its nickname of a French mountain, are rich in sulphates. NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter …

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New NASA Video: What Does Space Look Like?

[ad_1] NASA Voyager 1 became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space, meaning it traveled outside the confines of our own heliosphere. Now the data has revealed what the interspace actually looks like. Through NASA, Voyager 1 returned interstellar sounds in November 2012, three months after its first visit …

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UNM research team wins NASA MINDS competition

[ad_1] This would allow plants to grow without the help of people to take care of them. “The scope of our project is so wide that a single discipline cannot achieve it, and we need multiple disciplines to accomplish what we are trying to achieve,” said Biraj Silwal, researcher at …

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NASA simulated asteroid impact, couldn’t avoid crash in Europe

[ad_1] Scientists around the world were embarrassed this week by a fictional asteroid heading for Earth. A group of experts from US and European space agencies participated in a week-long exercise led by NASA in which they were confronted with a hypothetical scenario: an asteroid 35 million kilometers away was …

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NASA’s Parker solar probe went faster than any spacecraft

[ad_1] Through Leah Crane An artist’s impression of the Parker solar probe NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Steve Gribben The fastest spaceship ever built has almost touched the sun. NASA’s Parker solar probe, launched in 2018, set two records at once: the spacecraft closest to the sun and the …

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We’re getting ready for Ingenuity’s third flight test

[ad_1] First color aerial image of MarsFull picture and caption › Yesterday I was able to write the entry for the second successful “Wright Brothers Field” experimental flight test in the official project journal, which is called “The Nominal Pilot’s Journal for Planets and Moons”. The next chance to make …

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NASA to participate in tabletop exercise simulating asteroid impact

[ad_1] UPDATE: 2021 Planetary Defense Conference hypothetical asteroid impacts tabletop exercise EXERCISE ONLY – The information listed in this update summarizes the details of a simulated asteroid impact exercise at the 7th Planetary Defense Conference of the International Academy of Aeronautics (IAA). The fictional asteroid, named 2021PDC, is used only …

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