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A star died and this bizarre cosmic spot was born

This composite image shows the supernova Tycho, as seen by the Chandra X-ray Observatory. NASA / CXC / SAO; Optical: DSS This colorful spot of things in space has a compelling history. This is a supernova remnant, the remnants remain after the explosive death of a star. We can see it thanks to NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, which can detect …

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California earthquakes first cause a major fault line, study shows

The movement attributed to the earthquake is less than an inch along the surface of the fault and would be practically undetectable to the average resident. But this intrigued the researchers for two reasons. "They don't know what that means, and they've never seen this particular course of error," said Zahari Ross, an associate professor of geophysics at Kaltech and …

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Trump erroneously tells female astronauts that they are the first women on space walks

Astronauts conducting the first female space shuttle stopped their hours-long endeavor to receive a congratulatory phone call from President Donald Trump on Friday. In the conversation, astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir tied up politely, correcting the president for the history of women in space. "This is the first time for a woman outside the space station," Trump, who appears …

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Donald Trump Calls Cosmonauts During First Universal Space – VOA News

Donald Trump Calls Cosmonauts During First All-Female Spacewalk VOA News Donald Trump Talks With First Breedbart All-Woman Spacewalk Team Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir Successfully Complete First Space Female CNN 19659002] Downlink: A Historic Space Path for All Women, Hubble Spies Stargate Comet Planetary Society President Trump congratulates all women space crew on NASA team View full coverage in …

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NASA MAKES A STORY AS TWO WOMEN COMPLETE THE FIRST EVERYWHERE OF A WHOLE WOMEN'S Outer Space

A successful repair mission made NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir the first to participate in a space shuttle for all women. In more than a seven-hour mission outside the International Space Station, women have successfully completed the goal of repairing a broken power controller that complements its solar network. The significant feat follows the setbacks in March, when …

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