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These Animal Migrations Are Huge – And Invisible

Last week, ladybugs briefly took over the news cycle. Meteorologists at the National Weather Service were looking over radar images in California on the night of June 4 when they spotted what looked like a wide swath of rain. But there were no clouds. The meteorologists contacted an amateur weather-spotter directly under the mysterious disturbance. He was not getting soaked …

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NASA orbiter spots 'Star Trek' symbol on Mars

Cooled lava helped preserve and footprint of where dunes once moved across a southeastern region on Mars. NASA's InSight lander used a camera on its robotic arm to capture this sunset on Mars on April 25. InSight's seismometer recorded a "marsquake" for the first time on April 6, 2019. A photo of a conserved river channel on Mars taken by …

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SpaceX to launch NASA atomic clock that may change spaceflight forever

SpaceX plans to lift its Falcon Heavy Rocket – the most powerful operational launch system in the world – for a third time on June 24. When the 230-foot-tall rocket thunders away from Cape Canaveral, Florida, it will carry 25 small spacecraft inside its nosecone, including a groundbreaking clock designed to be the most accurate ever to work in space. …

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One of the moons of Jupiter has salt

Let's go back to an experiment conducted years ago to understand this better. In 2015, JPL scientist Kevin Rudd set sea salt samples in a laboratory similar to Europe, bombarding him with radiation. His sample of sodium chloride changes its color, transforming the shadow that resembles a yellowish area of ​​the moon called Tara Regio. Since STIS also noticed a …

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Now NASA says it's a great time to leave Earth – BGR

When planning to make a trip, it's worth planning in advance, and one of the first things you have to do is check the weather forecast. The same applies to space travelers, and with so many missions in work, NASA is now looking ahead to see what the weather forecast for the next decade looks like, and things seem to …

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A New Fuel for Satellites Is So Safe It Will not Blow Up Humans

Later this month, and a small satellite will hitch and ride on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket for the world's first demonstration of a "green" satellite propeller in space. The satellite is fueled by AFM-315, which Air Force first developed more than 20 years ago as an alternative to the typical juice of choice, hydrazine. If successful, the AFM-315 could …

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