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NASA Live: Earth View from NASA Space Station

NASA Live: Earth Views from NASA Space Station Elon Musk breaks $ 90 million worth of Boeing space trips as cost surpasses SpaceX Bloomberg NASA inspector warns of delayed delays US spacecraft CBS News US Paid Russia nearly $ 4 billion to transport astronauts to ISS since July – NASA Sputnik International NASA overpaid Boeing with hundreds of millions of …

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Great molecular machine

Adaptive iridocytes in the skin of the California squid market can adjust their color across most of the spectrum. Credit: University of California – Santa Barbara Squid, octopus and sepia are the undisputed masters of fraud and camouflage. Their exceptional ability to change color, texture and shape is unmatched even by modern technology. Researchers at the laboratory of Santa Barbara …

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Data from the Parker solar probe are now available to the public

NASA's audacious mission to kiss the Sun is now in its 15th month, with the Parker solar probe steadily approaching the host star with each passing orbit. The data collected by the probe during its first two star flywheels is now available online, with NASA making it "" available to interested public users to manipulate, analyze and plan in their …

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Very sophisticated Spacewalk outside the space station this week @NASA – November 15, 2019 – NASA

This Complex Space Path Outside the Space Station This Week @NASA – November 15, 2019 NASA NASA Live: Earth Views from NASA Space Station Elon Musk breaks Boeing's space excursions to $ 90 million dollars as a price makes SpaceX's Bloomberg Regular SpaceX launch crews unlikely to start by summer 2020, NASA's inspector general says Space.com NASA's NASA report sharpens …

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Leonid meteor shower 2019 peaks soon: Here's what to expect

It will be a bad year for one of the most famous meteor shower Leonids . This year, the Leonids, which reach their peak on Monday morning (November 18th), are likely to be a major decline for two reasons. The shower itself is expected to be soft and there will be a moon that blurs illuminating the front sky. The …

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North Korean Nuke is equivalent to 17 Hiroshimas according to space radar

Satellites such as Sentinel-1 and ALOS-2 carry sophisticated synthetic aperture radars that can provide data on mapping of changing land cover, ground deformation, ice shelves, and glaciers and can be used to help respond to emergencies such as floods, and to support humanitarian relief efforts in times of crisis. Credit: ESA / ATG medialab North Korea withdrew from the Treaty …

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