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Grumman to support BACN airborne communications system  

Washington (UPI) Jan 16, 2018 The U.S. Air Force has awarded $172 million to Northrop Grumman to manage the payload technology for a battlefield communications system. This one-year contract, announced Friday by the Department of Defense, provides the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node with payload operation and support. The BACN system allows ground troops to reach needed support over mountainous terra

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2018-01-18 07:53:31

Next Mars Analog mission will help improve efficiency and reduce dust exposure  

Daytona Beach, FL (SPX) Jan 18, 2018 As NASA and others look to return humans to the Moon for longer durations, lunar dust remains an industry concern. Apollo mission crew members described the dust as similar to sandpaper, having a texture like graphite and scent similar to gunpowder, causing throat and skin irritation, and respiratory issues. The extreme abrasiveness of the dust was reported to eat through layers of gloves

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2018-01-18 07:11:04

Developing a secure, un-hackable net  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 A method of securely communicating between multiple quantum devices has been developed by a UCL-led team of scientists, bringing forward the reality of a large-scale, un- hackable quantum network. To date, communicating via quantum networks has only been possible between two devices of known provenance that have been built securely. With the EU and UK committing 1 billion euro and 270 mill

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2018-01-18 07:10:56

'Alien attack' in Tokyo as Space Invaders turns 40  

Tokyo (AFP) Jan 17, 2018 Block graphic aliens dropped down the window panes of a Tokyo skyscraper before being blasted into oblivion by enthusiastic gamers celebrating 40 years of the arcade sensation "Space Invaders". Four decades after the game took the world by storm, a high-tech exhibition is allowing enthusiasts to save the world from extra-terrestrial invasion in a variety of novel ways. Part of the instal

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2018-01-18 06:41:02

Columbus: 10 years a lab  

Paris (ESA) Jan 18, 2018 In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue... In 2008 another Columbus sailed into space. Next month, Europe's Columbus laboratory achieves 10 years in orbit. Circling our planet at 28 800 km/h, this element of the International Space Station created space history as the first European module dedicated to long-term research in weightlessness. Throughout this year, we will be celebrating

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2018-01-18 06:38:41

'First Light' images from CERES FM6 Earth-observing instrument  

Hampton VA (SPX) Jan 18, 2018 It's working! The covers on the Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System Flight Model 6 (CERES FM6) opened Jan. 5, allowing it to scan Earth for the first time. The instrument was one of five that launched Nov. 18, 2017, on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration's (NOAA) Joint Polar Satellite System 1 (JPSS-1). After reaching polar orbit Nov. 18, the satellite became known

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2018-01-18 06:28:11

ASU engineer showcases NASA research for Congress  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Jan 18, 2018 To help NASA better explore outer space, Yuji Zhao headed to Capitol Hill with NASA's best and brightest collaborators in academia to talk space tech with U.S. Congress members. Zhao, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Arizona State University's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, was one of only three faculty members from across the country invited to join

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2018-01-18 05:45:51

Himawari-8 data simulation allows 10-min updates of rain and flood predictions  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jan 18, 2018 Using the power of Japan's K computer, scientists from the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science and collaborators have shown that incorporating satellite data at frequent intervals - ten minutes in the case of this study - into weather prediction models can significantly improve the rainfall predictions of the models and allow more precise predictions of the rapid development of a

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2018-01-18 04:41:46

Applications now open for the Space Debris Training Course  

Paris (ESA) Jan 18, 2018 Space debris is a hazard to our satellites and spacecraft as well as a contributor to near-Earth space pollution. To help raise awareness of this issue, ESA's Education Office is organising the first ESA Academy Space Debris Training Course. The Space Debris Training Course will be hosted at the ESA Academy's Training and Learning Centre in ESEC, Redu, Belgium, from 16 to 20 April 2018. Un

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2018-01-18 04:41:09

Raytheon awarded $641M for ballistic missile defense system testing  

Washington (UPI) Jan 16, 2018 The Missile Defense Agency has awarded Raytheon with a contract to test multiple radar platforms to support the Ballistic Missile Defense System. The terms of the $641 million deal were announced Friday by the Department of Defense. The contract awards Raytheon with an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity cost-plus-incentive- and cost-plus-award-fee, which could provide the c

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2018-01-18 04:21:59

Europe's space agency braces for Brexit fallout  

Paris (AFP) Jan 17, 2018 The European Space Agency (ESA) is drawing up contingency plans for projects, commercial deals, and staffing that may be adversely affected by Brexit, senior officials said Wednesday. Programmes throw in flux by Britain's pending departure from the European Union (EU) include the Copernicus satellite constellation to monitor environmental damage, and the Galileo satellite navigation system.

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2018-01-18 03:51:22

Stingray soft robot could lead to bio-inspired robotics  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 UCLA bioengineering professor Ali Khademhosseini has led the development of a tissue-based soft robot that mimics the biomechanics of a stingray. The new technology could lead to advances in bio-inspired robotics, regenerative medicine and medical diagnostics. The simple body design of stingrays, specifically, a flattened body shape and side fins that start at the head and end at the base

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2018-01-18 02:31:44

NASA, USGS confirm Michigan meteorite strike  

Washington (UPI) Jan 17, 2018 Both NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey have confirmed that a meteorite entered Earth's atmosphere above southeastern Michigan on Tuesday night. The meteorite created a fiery streak seen as far away as New York City, as well as a loud boom heard by many in the Detroit area. Eyewitness accounts suggest the meteor moved northwest across the suburbs of Detroit. The event was captur

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2018-01-18 02:07:51

NASA picks up where it left off in 2017, tests RS-25 Flight Controller  

Stennis Space Center MS (SPX) Jan 18, 2018 NASA engineers picked up this year where they left off in 2017, conducting a certification test of another RS-25 engine flight controller on Jan. 16, 2018, on the A-1 Test Stand at Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. The 365-second, full-duration test came a month after the space agency capped a year of RS-25 testing with a flight controller test in mid-December. A 3D pri

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2018-01-18 01:40:10

Air Force, ULA prepare to launch missile defense satellite SBIRS GEO 4  

Washington (UPI) Jan 16, 2018 The modernization of the United States' missile monitoring and defense system is scheduled to meet another benchmark on Thursday with the launch of GEO-4, the fourth satellite in the Space-Based Infrared System, or SBIRS. During a conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Tom McCormick, vice president for Lockheed Martin's overhead persistent infrared systems mission area, said the fou

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2018-01-18 01:12:50

How massive can neutron stars be  

Frankfurt, Germany (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 Since their discovery in the 1960s, scientists have sought to answer an important question: How massive can neutron stars actually become? By contrast to black holes, these stars cannot gain in mass arbitrarily; past a certain limit there is no physical force in nature that can counter their enormous gravitational force. For the first time, astrophysicists at Goethe University Frankfurt have suc

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2018-01-17 08:45:03

Xenesis and ATLAS partner to develop global optical network  

Lisle, US (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. and Xenesis, Inc. have announced a partnership to develop a state-of-the-art global optical communications network, designed for high data flow from space. This partnership marks the first of three phases to deploy the global, optical framework aimed at opening the market to scalable, inexpensive and near-limitless communications. "We are excited to begin the d

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2018-01-17 08:43:42

Hubble weighs in on mass of three million billion suns  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 In 2014, astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope found that this enormous galaxy cluster contains the mass of a staggering three million billion suns - so it's little wonder that it has earned the nickname of "El Gordo" ("the Fat One" in Spanish)! Known officially as ACT-CLJ0102-4915, it is the largest, hottest, and brightest X-ray galaxy cluster ever discovered in the distant Univ

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2018-01-17 08:34:55

JUICE ground control gets green light to start development  

Paris (ESA) Jan 17, 2018 ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer - JUICE - passed an important milestone, the ground segment requirements review, with flying colours, demonstrating that the teams are on track in the preparation of the spacecraft operations needed to achieve the mission's ambitious science goals. Planned to launch in 2022, JUICE will embark on a 7.5-year long journey through the Solar System before arrivi

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2018-01-17 05:16:48

Black hole spin cranks-up radio volume  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 Statistical analysis of supermassive black holes suggests that the spin of the black hole may play a role in the generation of powerful high-speed jets blasting radio waves and other radiation across the Universe. Black holes absorb light and all other forms of radiation, making them impossible to detect directly. But the effects of black holes, in particular accretion disks where matter i

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2018-01-17 05:16:45

Gyroscopes lead scientists to unusual state of matter in a disorganized structure  

Chicago IL (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 You don't have to be perfectly organized to pull off a wave, according to University of Chicago scientists. Using a set of gyroscopes linked together, physicists explored the behavior of a material whose structure is arranged randomly, instead of an orderly lattice. They found they could set off one-way ripples around the edges, much like spectators in a sports arena - a "topological wave,

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2018-01-17 04:29:57

Russian company declassifies 1973 report on Lunokhod-2 lunar rover  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 17, 2018 Space equipment manufacturer Russian Space Systems declassified on Tuesday a report on unmanned lunar rover Lunokhod-2 and its 1973 Moon landing mission. The document describes all aspects of Luna-21 spacecraft and Lunokhod-2, lists all difficulties that the mission encountered and the solutions that were found. The remote control system was active on the surface of the Moon between Januar

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2018-01-17 04:15:46

GomSpace signs deal for low-inclination launch on Virgin's LauncherOne  

Copenhagen, Denmark (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 GomSpace has purchased a launch for several nanosatellites onboard a LauncherOne rocket from the California based company Virgin Orbit. The flight, which is bound for a low-inclination orbit, is scheduled to occur in early 2019. GomSpace will use the launch to further build out a constellation of small satellites that will use Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) and Automati

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2018-01-17 03:58:52

Potential brain-machine interface for hand paralysis  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 A brain-machine interface that combines brain stimulation with a robotic device controlling hand movement increases the output of pathways connecting the brain and spinal cord, according to a study of healthy adults published in JNeurosci. This work could have implications for restoring function in stroke patients with hand paralysis. Alireza Gharabaghi and colleagues asked participants to

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2018-01-17 03:51:14

Study identifies processes of rock formed by meteors or nuclear blasts  

Sao Paulo, Brazil (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 Coesite is a polymorph of silica that only forms under extremely high pressure - 10,000 times more on average than normal atmospheric pressure. The presence of this rock at a site indicates either that material has pushed up through Earth's crust from the mantle (a silicate rocky shell between the crust and the core with an average thickness of 2,886 km and depths ranging from 30 km to almost 3,

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2018-01-17 03:50:24

Novel 3-D printing technique yields high-performance composites  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 Nature has produced exquisite composite materials - wood, bone, teeth, and shells, for example - that combine light weight and density with desirable mechanical properties such as stiffness, strength and damage tolerance. Since ancient civilizations first combined straw and mud to form bricks, people have fabricated engineered composites of increasing performance and complexity. But reprod

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2018-01-17 03:40:18

Redshift space distortions measured by quasars in scientific first  

Beijing, China (SPX) Jan 17, 2018 The Extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (eBOSS), the world's largest galaxy survey, is part of Phase IV of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), a major multi-spectral imaging and spectroscopic redshift survey. The eBOSS team released its latest results on January 10, 2018: A measurement of Redshift Space Distortions (RSD) with high significance has been successfully accomplish

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2018-01-17 02:06:45

GBT detection unlocks exploration of 'aromatic' interstellar chemistry  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 Astronomers had a mystery on their hands. No matter where they looked, from inside the Milky Way to distant galaxies, they observed a puzzling glow of infrared light. This faint cosmic light, which presents itself as a series of spikes in the infrared spectrum, had no easily identifiable source. It seemed unrelated to any recognizable cosmic feature, like giant interstellar clouds, star-forming

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2018-01-15 21:35:11

What Stars Will Hatch from the Tarantula Nebula?  

Moffett Field, CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 To have a full picture of the lives of massive stars, researchers need to study them in all stages - from when they're a mass of unformed gas and dust, to their often dynamic end-of-life explosions. NASA's flying telescope, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, is particularly well-suited for studying the pre-natal stage of stellar development in star-forming regi

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2018-01-15 20:47:22

Lockheed Martin demonstrates next generation Aegis Ashore Solution  

Moorestown NJ (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 In a landmark demonstration, Lockheed Martin connected key components of its Aegis Ashore and Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) technologies, validating the ability to greatly increase operational performance, efficiency and reliability of Aegis Ashore. "Connecting these systems is more than a technological advantage - it's a way to provide the warfighter with earlier intelligence and

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2018-01-15 18:26:51

Black hole research could aid understanding of how small galaxies evolve  

Portsmouth UK (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Scientists have solved a cosmic mystery by finding evidence that supermassive black holes prevent stars forming in some smaller galaxies. These giant black holes are over a million times more massive than the sun and sit in the centre of galaxies sending out powerful winds that quench the star-making process. Astronomers previously thought they had no influence on the formation of stars in

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2018-01-15 17:47:51

China approves advanced radio telescope project  

Urumqi, China (XNA) Jan 15, 2018 China is to have a new radio telescope to "listen" to the universe. Proposed by the Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory, the world's largest fully steerable single-dish radio telescope will be built in Qitai County in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The telescope will be 110 meters in diameter, over 100 meters tall and weigh around 6,000 tonnes. Scheduled to go into

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2018-01-15 11:16:53

The ocean is losing its breath - here's the global scope  

San Diego CA (SPX) Jan 09, 2018 In the past 50 years, the amount of water in the open ocean with zero oxygen has gone up more than fourfold. In coastal water bodies, including estuaries and seas, low-oxygen sites have increased more than 10-fold since 1950. Scientists expect oxygen to continue dropping even outside these zones as Earth warms. To halt the decline, the world needs to rein in both climate change and nutrien

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2018-01-15 10:06:12

Earth-i launches prototype of world's first full-colour, full-motion video satellite constellation  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 British 'New Space' pioneer Earth-i has confirmed that the pre-production prototype satellite of its upcoming satellite constellation was successfully launched late last week. The new commercial constellation - which the company announced is called Vivid-i - will be the first of its kind to provide full-colour video; and the first European-owned constellation able to provide both video and

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2018-01-15 07:47:05

Boeing unveils UAV prototype for cargo, logistics use  

Washington (UPI) Jan 11, 2018 Boeing has unveiled a new unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing, or eVTOL, cargo air vehicle prototype that it plans to use to test and evolve future autonomous technology. "This flying cargo air vehicle represents another major step in our Boeing eVTOL strategy," Boeing Chief Technology Officer Greg Hyslop said in a company press release "We have an opportunity to really chang

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2018-01-15 05:06:48

Russia's army warns of 'terrorist' drones after attacks  

Moscow (AFP) Jan 11, 2018 Russia's defence ministry on Thursday said it was concerned about the threat of drones used "for terrorist purposes" following recent attacks on Moscow's bases in Syria. Ten drones equipped with explosives attacked Russia's airbase in Hmeimim in the early hours of January 6, while three others targeted its naval base in the port of Tartus, according to the military. The defence ministry

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2018-01-15 04:09:20

SES-15 Enters Commercial Service to Serve the Americas  

Luxembourg (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 SES reports that the new SES-15 spacecraft has been operational at the 129 degrees West orbital position since 1 January. As planned, the all-electric satellite took six months to reach its orbital position and to successfully complete its testing. SES-15 carries a hybrid payload, comprising Ku-band wide beams and Ku-band High Throughput Satellite (HTS) capability, with connectivity to gat

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2018-01-15 01:56:34

Astrosat and DroneSAR form partnership to enhance Search and Rescue capabilities  

Musselburgh UK (SPX) Jan 16, 2018 Astrosat, one of the leading businesses in Europe's space exploitation industry, has formed a partnership with Irish start-up DroneSAR- Search and Rescue, to incorporate drone software with Astrosat's Recovery and Protection in Disaster (RAPID) system. The RAPID system is designed to provide intelligent situational awareness and support in the context of disaster scenarios to aid, inform a

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2018-01-15 01:30:24

Deep, buried glaciers spotted on Mars  

Miami (AFP) Jan 11, 2018 Buried glaciers have been spotted on Mars, offering new hints about how much water may be accessible on the Red Planet and where it is located, researchers said Thursday. Although ice has long been known to exist on Mars, a better understanding of its depth and location could be vital to future human explorers, said the report in the US journal Science. "Astronauts could essentially just

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2018-01-14 23:40:19

GeoCarb: A New View of Carbon Over the Americas  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 15, 2018 A new NASA Earth science mission in the early stages of design may achieve a transformational advance in our understanding of the global carbon cycle by mapping concentrations of key carbon gases from a new vantage point: geostationary orbit. Satellites in geostationary orbit travel at the same speed as Earth's rotation, allowing them to remain over the same place on Earth's surface at all times

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2018-01-14 21:34:14

NASA fosters STEM education through CubeSat classes  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 NASA is on a mission to inspire young minds to become the next generation of critical thinkers. By engaging students in space exploration at the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, NASA encourages learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in a way that fosters hands-on learning and discovery. "As more states incorporate STEM-focused educa

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2018-01-14 20:46:19

Possible Lava Tube Skylights Discovered Near the North Pole of the Moon  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 The SETI Institute and the Mars Institute have announced the discovery of small pits in a large crater near the North Pole of the Moon, which may be entrances to an underground network of lava tubes. The pits were identified through analysis of imaging data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). If water ice is present, these potential lava tube entrances or "skylights" might allow futu

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2018-01-14 19:28:56

NanoRacks Begins Third International Space Station External Platform Mission In Extreme Space Environment  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 This morning, the NanoRacks External Platform (NREP) was reinstalled on the outside of the International Space Station, initiating the commercial platform's third customer mission. The External Platform, self-funded by NanoRacks, is the leading commercial gateway to the extreme environment of space. Customers can experience the microgravity, atomic oxygen, radiation and other harsh elements nati

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2018-01-14 18:55:16

NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission surpasses expectations flying to new heights in 2017  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 In the cold vacuum of space, four satellites travel through the darkness, cruising around Earth at speeds up to 22,300 miles per hour. These spacecraft comprise NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, called MMS for short. Looking at electric and magnetic fields, hot plasmas, and high-energy particles, they have been charting the dynamic space environment around Earth for over two years. What

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2018-01-14 18:23:36

Opportunity takes right at the fork and has successful battery test  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 15, 2018 Opportunity is continuing her winter exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is positioned upstream of a fork in the flow channels. After some deliberation, it was decided to take the northern branch of this fork and on Sol 4958 (Jan. 3, 2018), Opportunity drove about 13 feet (4 meters) in that direction. The rest of this period was devoted to on

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2018-01-14 15:09:50

Aerojet Rocketdyne Supports ULA Launch in Support of National Security  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully supported the launch of a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office. The mission, known as NROL-47, was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV rocket. Aerojet Rocketdyne propulsion systems included an RS-68A booster engine, the RL10B-2 upper-stage engine, 14 helium pressurization t

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2018-01-14 14:11:07

Update from Mojave: VSS Unity successfully completes high speed glide flight  

Mojave CA (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 January blues? Not a problem in Mojave as VSS Unity successfully completed her seventh glide flight! It's been a few months since our last flight, during which we worked through a planned period of focused ground time. This involved extensive analysis, testing and small modifications to ensure vehicle readiness for the higher loads and forces of powered test flight. [Today] we tested

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2018-01-14 13:36:19

China sends twin BeiDou-3 navigation satellites into space  

Xichang, China (XNA) Jan 15, 2018 China on Friday sent twin satellites into space on a single carrier rocket to help its BeiDou system provide navigation and positioning services to countries along the Belt and Road by late 2018. The Long March-3B carrier rocket took off from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern province of Sichuan at 7:18 a.m. The twin satellites are coded as the 26th and 27th satelli

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2018-01-14 12:25:37

CETel to provide fibre-like connectivity via SES Networks' MEO fleet  

Cologne, Germany (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 CETel, a leading German service provider of global managed end-to-end communications solutions, has signed a five-year contract with SES Networks to connect new exploration and production sites in Africa via SES Networks' medium earth orbit (MEO) O3b satellite constellation, SES and CETel announced Wednesday. CETel will leverage the O3b fleet's low latency and high throughput capabilities

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2018-01-14 12:14:36

Champagne box-sized satellite launched to probe distant planet  

Paris (AFP) Jan 12, 2018 France launched a champagne box-sized mini satellite into Earth orbit on Friday to study a mysterious, juvenile planet system in our Milky Way galaxy, mission controllers said. Weighing in at 3.5 kilogrammes (7.7 pounds), the PicSat satellite was hoisted into space by an Indian PSLV rocket, and placed into orbit at an altitude of 505 kilometres (314 miles), according to the Paris Observatory

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2018-01-14 11:33:26

NASA team first to demonstrate x-ray navigation in space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 In a technology first, a team of NASA engineers has demonstrated fully autonomous X-ray navigation in space - a capability that could revolutionize NASA's ability in the future to pilot robotic spacecraft to the far reaches of the solar system and beyond. The demonstration, which the team carried out with an experiment called Station Explorer for X-ray Timing and Navigation Technology, or

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2018-01-14 08:45:49

NASA Calculated Heavy Rainfall Leading to California Mudslides  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 15, 2018 Winter rains falling on recently burned ground triggered deadly mudslides in Santa Barbara County, California on January 9. NASA calculated the amount of rain fall between January 8 and 10, 2018 and calculated the potential for landslides. At NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, a landslide potential map was generated by the global Landslide Hazard Assessment for Situ

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2018-01-14 08:45:48

Champagne box-sized satellite to probe distant planet  

Paris (AFP) Jan 11, 2018 France is set to launch a champagne box-sized mini satellite into Earth orbit on Friday to study a mysterious, juvenile planet system in our Milky Way galaxy, mission controllers said. The PicSat orbiter's target is the massive star Beta Pictoris, some 60 light years from Earth in the southern constellation of Pictor (The Painter's Easel), and its planet Beta Pictoris b - a gassy giant.

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2018-01-14 06:17:40

Pentagon mum on fate of secret satellite  

Washington (AFP) Jan 11, 2018 The mystery surrounding the fate of a secret military satellite deepened Thursday when the Pentagon refused to answer even simple questions about whether the mission to launch it had gone awry. On Sunday, private space firm SpaceX blasted a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida carrying the secret government satellite, known as Zuma. US media this week reported that the billion-do

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2018-01-12 06:36:07

NASA's newly renamed Swift mission spies a comet slowdown  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 Observations by NASA's Swift spacecraft, now renamed the Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory after the mission's late principal investigator, have captured an unprecedented change in the rotation of a comet. Images taken in May 2017 reveal that comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak - 41P for short - was spinning three times slower than it was in March, when it was observed by the Discovery Channel Telesc

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2018-01-12 05:18:48

Astronomers detect 'whirlpool' movement in earliest galaxies  

Cambridge UK (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 Astronomers have looked back to a time soon after the Big Bang, and have discovered swirling gas in some of the earliest galaxies to have formed in the universe. These 'newborns' - observed as they appeared nearly 13 billion years ago - spun like a whirlpool, similar to our own Milky Way. This is the first time that it has been possible to detect movement in galaxies at such an early point in th

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2018-01-12 02:51:49

India launches country's 100th satellite and 30 microsats  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jan 12, 2018 The PSLV-C40 is to place 31 satellites, three Indian and 28 foreign including those of the UK, US, France, Canada, Finland and the Republic of Korea. The success of the launch comes as a big relief to the organization as its previous mission in August had failed. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully launched the country's 100th satellite - the advanced remote sens

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2018-01-12 02:46:12

Students design and build augmented-reality 'sandbox' to show how gravity works  

Iowa City IA (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 A University of Iowa undergraduate student will give a talk on Thursday at the American Astronomical Society annual meeting in Washington, D.C. about a sandbox created by students to show how gravity works in the universe. The student, Jacob Isbell, will explain how he and other students conceived an augmented-reality sandbox, the first interactive system of its kind to be used for astroph

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2018-01-12 02:25:33

ASU astronomers to build space telescope to explore nearby stars  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 In 2021, a spacecraft the size of a Cheerios box will carry a small telescope into Earth orbit on an unusual mission. Its task is to monitor the flares and sunspots of small stars to assess how habitable the space environment is for planets orbiting them. The spacecraft, known as the Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat, or SPARCS for short, is a new NASA-funded space telescope. The missi

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2018-01-11 22:53:37

Hubble probes the archeology of our Milky Way's ancient hub  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 For many years, astronomers had a simple view of our Milky Way's central hub, or bulge, as a quiescent place composed of old stars, the earliest homesteaders of our galaxy. However, because the inner Milky Way is such a crowded environment, it has always been a challenge to disentangle stellar motions to probe the bulge in detail. Now, a new analysis of about 10,000 normal Sun-like s

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2018-01-11 22:30:42

Scientists take viewers to the center of the Milky Way  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 A new visualization provides an exceptional virtual trip - complete with a 360-degree view - to the center of our home galaxy, the Milky Way. This project, made using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes, allows viewers to control their own exploration of the fascinating environment of volatile giant stars and powerful gravity around the monster black hole that lies in

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2018-01-11 22:02:20

Hubble finds substellar objects in the Orion Nebula  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 In an unprecedented deep survey for small, faint objects in the Orion Nebula, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope (have uncovered the largest known population of brown dwarfs sprinkled among newborn stars. Looking in the vicinity of the survey stars, researchers not only found several very-low-mass brown dwarf companions, but also three giant planets. They

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2018-01-11 15:47:04

Space telescopes provide 3-D journey through Orion Nebula  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 Astronomers and visualization specialists from NASA's Universe of Learning program have combined visible and infrared vision of the Hubble (and Spitzer (space telescopes to create an unprecedented, three-dimensional, fly-through view of the picturesque Orion Nebula, a nearby star-forming region. Viewers experience this nearby stel

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2018-01-11 14:52:38

Organic molecule benzonitrile detected in space  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 Scientists studying a cold molecular cloud of the Taurus region with radio telescopes have detected the presence of a particular organic molecule called benzonitrile. The finding marks the first time a specific aromatic molecule has been identified in space using radio spectroscopy. It also sheds light on the composition of aromatic material within the interstellar medium - material that w

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2018-01-11 14:03:27

NASA study shows disk patterns can self-generate  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 When exoplanet scientists first spotted patterns in disks of dust and gas around young stars, they thought newly formed planets might be the cause. But a recent NASA study cautions that there may be another explanation - one that doesn't involve planets at all. Exoplanet hunters watch stars for a few telltale signs that there might be planets in orbit, like changes in the color and brightn

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2018-01-11 13:01:29

Great Observatories Team Up to Find Magnified and Stretched Image of Distant Galaxy  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 12, 2018 An intensive survey deep into the universe by NASA's Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes has yielded the proverbial needle-in-a-haystack: the farthest galaxy yet seen in an image that has been stretched and amplified by a phenomenon called gravitational lensing. The embryonic galaxy named SPT0615-JD existed when the universe was just 500 million years old. Though a few other primitive gala

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2018-01-11 12:20:08

Citizen scientists discover five-planet system  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 In its search for exoplanets - planets outside of our solar system - NASA's Kepler telescope trails behind Earth, measuring the brightness of stars that may potentially host planets. The instrument identifies potential planets around other stars by looking for dips in the brightness of the stars that occur when planets cross in front of, or transit, them. Typically, computer programs flag the st

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2018-01-11 10:25:45

Magnetic coil springs accelerate particles on the Sun  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 Why does the Sun sometimes accelerate preferentially helium-3 and iron into space? Researchers have for the first time observed helical solar flares as a source. In April and July 2014, the Sun emitted three jets of energetic particles into space, that were quite exceptional: the particle streams contained such high amounts of iron and helium-3, a rare variety of helium, as have been obser

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2018-01-11 10:10:35

Scientist's work may provide answer to Martian mountain mystery  

Dallas TX (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 By seeing which way the wind blows, a University of Texas at Dallas fluid dynamics expert has helped propose a solution to a Martian mountain mystery. Dr. William Anderson, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, co-authored a paper published in the journal Physical Review E that explains the common Martian phenomenon of a

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2018-01-11 09:56:33

Dark energy survey publicly releases first three years of data  

Batavia IL (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 Also announces discovery of eleven stellar streams, evidence of small galaxies being eaten by the Milky Way At a special session held during the American Astronomical Society meeting in Washington, D.C., scientists on the Dark Energy Survey (DES) announced the public release of their first three years of data. This first major release of data from the Survey includes information on about 4

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2018-01-11 07:57:52

Mass extinctions remove species but not ecological variety  

Chicago IL (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Sixty-five million years ago, clouds of ash choked the skies over Earth. Dinosaurs, along with about half of all the species on Earth, staggered and died. But in the seas, a colorful population of marine bivalves - the group including oysters, clams and scallops - soldiered on, tucked into the crevices of ocean floors and shorelines. Though they also lost half their species, curiously, at

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2018-01-11 07:47:19

New stellar streams confirm 'melting pot' history of the galaxy  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 Public release of Dark Energy Survey data continues trend toward "Big Data" in astronomy Where do the stars in our Galaxy come from? All the stars we see in the night-time sky belong to our Milky Way galaxy, and while most stars were likely born here, in the Milky Way, many appear to have originated in other galaxies and migrated to our shores. Tell-tale evidence comes from streams of star

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2018-01-11 07:28:28

Life-saving NASA Communications System Turns 20  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS) don't just enable data from spacecraft to reach Earth - they provide internet and even telemedicine to researchers at the South Pole. The South Pole TDRS Relay (SPTR) system turns 20 years old on Jan. 9, 2018. In the 1990s, the National Science Foundation (NSF) faced a communications challenge with more than a hundred scientists working at t

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2018-01-11 07:25:20

Hallmark Seeks to Revolutionize U.S. Space Enterprise Command and Control  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 The growing complexity of space operations coupled with an increased need for timely decisions demands innovative approaches to battle management command and control (BMC2) technologies. To help ensure future U.S. technological and strategic superiority, DARPA's Hallmark program seeks to develop revolutionary tools and technologies to plan, assess, and execute U.S. military operations in s

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2018-01-11 07:17:40

Ingredients for life revealed in meteorites that fell to Earth  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 Two wayward space rocks, which separately crashed to Earth in 1998 after circulating in our solar system's asteroid belt for billions of years, share something else in common: the ingredients for life. They are the first meteorites found to contain both liquid water and a mix of complex organic compounds such as hydrocarbons and amino acids. A detailed study of the chemical makeup within t

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2018-01-11 07:10:59

Planets around other stars are like peas in a pod  

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 An international research team led by Universite de Montreal astrophysicist Lauren Weiss has discovered that exoplanets orbiting the same star tend to have similar sizes and a regular orbital spacing. This pattern, revealed by new W. M. Keck Observatory observations of planetary systems discovered by the Kepler Telescope, could suggest that most planetary systems have a different formation histo

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2018-01-11 07:03:35

Black hole breakthrough: new insight into mysterious jets  

Evanston IL (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 Through first-of-their-kind supercomputer simulations, researchers, including a Northwestern University professor, have gained new insight into one of the most mysterious phenomena in modern astronomy: the behavior of relativistic jets that shoot from black holes, extending outward across millions of light years. Advanced simulations created with one of the world's most powerful supercompu

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2018-01-11 06:59:44

Steep Slopes on Mars Reveal Structure of Buried Ice  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 11, 2018 Researchers using NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) have found eight sites where thick deposits of ice beneath Mars' surface are exposed in faces of eroding slopes. These eight scarps, with slopes as steep as 55 degrees, reveal new information about the internal layered structure of previously detected underground ice sheets in Mars' middle latitudes. The ice was likely deposi

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2018-01-11 05:31:59

Swarm of hydrogen clouds flying away from center of our galaxy  

Green Bank WV (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 A team of astronomers has discovered what appears to be a grand exodus of more than 100 hydrogen clouds streaming away from the center of the Milky Way and heading into intergalactic space. This observation, made with the National Science Foundation's Green Bank Telescope (GBT), may give astronomers a clearer picture of the so-called Fermi Bubbles, giant balloons of superheated gas billowing out

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2018-01-11 04:29:55

Blue Origin tests rocket engine as US seeks to replace Russian RD-180  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2018 The new engine has been in development for seven years already. The US space program currently relies on the RD-180 engine to propel the Atlas V rocket, the only American vehicle capable of sending heavy payloads into orbit. American aerospace company Blue Origin has released video footage showing a recent test of its Blue Engine 4 (BE-4) next-generation rocket engine, which is planned to

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2018-01-11 04:28:51

Exploring alien worlds with lasers  

Paris (ESA) Jan 11, 2018 In everyday life we look and touch things to find out what they are made of. A powerful scientific technique does the same using lasers - and in two years' time it will fly in space for the first time. A researcher working with ESA has been investigating how lasers might be used in future space missions. "We fire a laser at a material of interest," explains Melissa McHugh of Leiceste

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2018-01-11 03:59:47

SETI project homes in on strange 'fast radio bursts'  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 Recent observations of a mysterious and distant object that emits intermittent bursts of radio waves so bright that they're visible across the universe provide new data about the source but fail to clear up the mystery of what causes them. The observations by the Breakthrough Listen team at UC Berkeley using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia show that the fast radio

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2018-01-11 03:39:23

Researchers catch supermassive black hole burping  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jan 12, 2018 A team led by the University of Colorado Boulder has caught a supermassive black hole in a distant galaxy snacking on gas and then "burping" - not once, but twice. CU Boulder Assistant Professor Julie Comerford, who led the study, said the supermassive black hole under study appears to have belched - essentially blasting out jets of bright light from the gas it inhaled - two times over the

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2018-01-11 03:16:56

Extremely bright and fast light emission  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 An international team of researchers from ETH Zurich, IBM Research Zurich, Empa and four American research institutions have found the explanation for why a class of nanocrystals that has been intensively studied in recent years shines in such incredibly bright colours. The nanocrystals contain caesium lead halide compounds that are arranged in a perovskite lattice structure. Three years a

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2018-01-11 02:14:33

3-D printing creates super soft structures that replicate brain and lungs  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 A new 3D printing technique allows researchers to replicate biological structures, which could be used for tissue regeneration and replica organs. Imperial College London researchers have developed a new method for creating 3D structures using cryogenics (freezing) and 3D printing techniques. This builds on previous research, but is the first to create structures that are soft enough

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2018-01-11 02:06:50

Astronomers Measure More Black Holes, Farther Away  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Today, astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) announced new measurements of the masses of a large sample of supermassive black holes far beyond the local universe. The results, being presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting in National Harbor, Maryland and published in the Astrophysical Journal, represent a major step forward in our ability to measure supe

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2018-01-11 01:58:51

Funding runs dry for Indian Google X Prize lunar team  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2018 TeamIndus - India's first private aerospace startup that is contending for the Google XPrize, has failed to garner adequate financing for its moon mission. Its inability to pay $35 million to Antrix- the commercial wing of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for leasing a platform for the satellite launch has rendered the project almost dead. Sources say the startup is hoping to strike a d

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2018-01-11 01:42:17

A French nano satellite to unveil the mysteries of Beta Pictoris  

Paris, France (SPX) Jan 11, 2018 PicSat will be launched into Earth orbit on 12 January 2018 to study the star Beta Pictoris, its exoplanet and its famous debris disk, thanks to a small telescope 5 cm in diameter. The nanosatellite has been designed and built in a record time of just three years by scientists and engineers at the Paris Observatory and the CNRS, with support from the Universite PSL, the French space agency CNES,

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2018-01-11 01:36:45

Navy awards Raytheon with $27M contract for SM-2 missiles  

Washington (UPI) Jan 8, 2018 Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded Raytheon a contract to procure the Navy's Standard Missile-2, or SM-2, the primary surface-to-air defense weapon used by naval cruisers and destroyers. The deal, announced Friday by the Department of Defense, is worth more than $27.2 million under a cost-plus-fixed-fee agreement to provide Standard Missile-2 between fiscal year 2018 and 2022.

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2018-01-10 07:53:49

ASECNA to Deploy Space-Based ADS-B in Western and Central Africa  

McLeanN, VA (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Aireon reports it has signed a data services agreement with the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA). ASECNA, created in December 1959 is an international public organization of 18 members States which headquarters is located in Dakar (SENEGAL). ASECNA's members states are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Centrafrique, Comores, Congo, Cote d'ivoire, Gabon, G

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2018-01-10 07:46:07

China launches remote sensing satellites SuperView-1  

Taiyuan (XNA) Jan 10, 2018 China launched a pair of 0.5-meter high-resolution remote sensing satellites Tuesday from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province. The satellites, SuperView-1 03/04, blasted off at 11:24 a.m. Beijing time on the back of a Long March 2D rocket, according to the center. The mission aims to promote the country's commercial use of high-resolution remote sensi

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2018-01-10 07:34:06

Intelsat signs contract with Arianespace for two launches  

Evry, France (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Arianespace signed an agreement to launch two satellites for longtime customer Intelsat, one of the world's largest satellite operators. This continues the longstanding relationship between Intelsat and Arianespace that dates back to 1983. The first launch will carry the Galaxy 30 satellite together with the Orbital ATK Mission Extension Vehicle-2 (MEV- 2) as a stacked pair. Galaxy 30 will

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2018-01-10 07:10:50

DARPA working on collaborative autonomy for UAVs and Drones  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 09, 2018 DARPA's Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment (CODE) program aims to extend the capability of the U.S. military's existing unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) to conduct dynamic, long-distance engagements of highly mobile ground and maritime targets in contested or denied battlespaces. Multiple CODE-equipped unmanned aircraft would navigate to their destinations and find, track, iden

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2018-01-10 06:52:50

'To boldly grow': Japan astronaut worried by space growth spurt  

Tokyo (AFP) Jan 10, 2018 A Japanese astronaut has sparked hilarity back on Earth after he claimed to have grown nine centimetres in space, making him worried he would not squeeze into the capsule home. Norishige Kanai, who is aboard the International Space Station, tweeted: "We had our bodies measured after reaching space, and wow, wow, wow, I had actually grown by as much as 9 centimetres (3.5 inches)!" "I have

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2018-01-10 06:35:38

Lockheed to support AEGIS missile system on USS Stout  

Washington (UPI) Jan 8, 2018 Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded Lockheed Martin a contract for the AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense equipment in support of the USS Stout, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer. The contract, announced Friday by the Department of Defense, is worth more than $10.1 million under a fixed-price-incentive modification to a previous award contract. The modification could

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2018-01-10 06:13:30

Supermassive Black Holes Can Overpower Even the Smallest Galaxies  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 Why do galaxies stop making new stars? Today, astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey report a surprising new answer to that important question: feedback from supermassive black holes blocks star formation, even in some of the smallest galaxies. The results, being presented at the American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting in National Harbor, Maryland on Thursday and soon to be publ

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2018-01-10 06:09:31

First Pepsi Data Release  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 The Potsdam Echelle Polarimetric and Spectroscopic Instrument (PEPSI) at the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) in Arizona released its first batch of high-spectral resolution data to the scientific community. In a series of three papers in the European journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, the PEPSI team presents a new spectral atlas of the Sun, a total of 48 atlases of bright benchmark stars, and a

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2018-01-10 04:52:55

Arianespace prepares for a busy 2018  

Evry, France (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 The past year saw Arianespace carry out 11 successful launches; sign 19 additional launch contracts, including three for Vega C and two for Ariane 6; and enter a new governance structure alongside ArianeGroup. Building on these achievements, Arianespace is targeting a record number of launches in 2018, while actively focusing on the next decade with its Ariane 6 and Vega C launchers.

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2018-01-10 04:14:33

Arianespace begins building final 10 Ariane 5s ahead of Ariane 6 operational debut  

Evry, France (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 With this latest order, there are now 23 Ariane 5 launchers in production or to be produced, from the PB+ and PC batches. With this latest "PC batch," the industry confirms its commitment to consolidate the competitiveness of the European launch offer even before the arrival of Ariane 6. The decision announced follows the commitment made by Arianespace in December 2016 to initiate the proc

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2018-01-10 03:55:34

SCHOTT begins manufacturing primary mirrors for ELT  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Jan 10, 2018 The SCHOTT melting team has started casting the first mirror segments that will make up the 39-meter primary mirror (M-1) of the European Large Telescope (ELT). To make the segments, liquid glass heated to over 1400 degrees Celsius will be poured directly into molds, and transferred into a cooling furnace and subjected to a ceramicization process lasting several weeks. The result is ZERODU

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2018-01-10 02:43:01

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