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See the galaxy with Jacuzzi through NASA's eyes "Great Observatories"

Three powerful space observatories reveal the Whirlpool galaxy as a miracle of star formation and the death of stars in a new video from the Space Telescope Science Institute conducting scientific operations for the Hubble Space Telescope. The 3-minute series of photos opens with astonishing visual-wave view of the galaxy, a supernova zone (star explosion) that is about 30 million …

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Chinese Rover wakes up, science returns to sleep

Yutu-2 rover dries to avoid extreme temperatures from the far side of the moon. (Credit: CLEP / CNSA) China's moon mission Chang & e-4 returns data again after a planned two-week rest. Rover, Yutu-2, woke up on Jan. 29, but Chan-e-4's sleigh slept on an extra day. The rest regime was needed due to the cold night temperatures of the …

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The satellite image shows how much ice is on Lake Michigan

EXTERNAL SPACE – The National Weather Service shared a satellite photo taken Friday at 11:43 am, showing how much ice was built on Lake Michigan during the polar vortex. READ : The polar vortex will bring the coldest air from 1994 to Michigan this week Bitter cold Arctic air mass is exported and temperatures are expected to rise, but the …

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NASA Makes "Disturbing" Finding Under Antarctica Glacier

US – The Thwaites glacier, roughly the size of Florida, is currently responsible for about 4% of the global sea level rise; it holds enough ice to lift the world's oceans by more than 65 cm if it melts. NASA scientists have discovered a massive cavity at the bottom of the remote glacier Travis in Antarctica, which covers an area …

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NASA makes "disturbing" intentions under the Antarctic glacier

Sputnik 3:37 PM | February 2, 2019 The Tayce Glacier, roughly the size of Florida, is currently responsible for around 4% of the global sea level rise; it holds enough ice to lift the world's oceans by more than 65 cm if it melts. according to a study published by Science Advances. Researchers have used ice penetration radar and new …

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