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A private spaceflight economy could leave NASA's astronauts behind – Axios

But if private industry takes over human spaceflight destinations in low-Earth orbit and funding and political support for NASA missions to Moon or Mars dissipates, there may be no point in having a government-sponsored human On Friday, NASA announced it would create a market for private human spaceflight in low-Earth orbit The agency wants American companies to fly their astronauts …

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Mass on Moon, discovered by Baylor University scientists, may contain metal from the asteroid

A previously unknown deposit of an unidentified physical substance larger than the size of Hawaii has been discovered beneath the surface of the moon. Scientists at Baylor University published a study detailing their findings of this "anomaly" beneath the moon's largest crater, at its South Pole. They believe the mass may contain metal carried over from an earlier asteroid crash. …

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NASA administrator says 'nothing has changed' after Trump's tweet

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine claims "nothing has changed" after President Trump seemed to question the space agency's plans to return humans to the Moon in a tweet last week. While speaking at the NASA Glenn Research Center, Bridenstine argued that the Moon is still a valuable proving ground for the eventual goal of getting to Mars, which is what the …

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More CRISPR genetically modified human babies may be on the way

The first babies edited by a gene were born in 2018. Science Library / Getty A Russian molecular biologist plans to edit human embryos using an incredibly powerful gene-editing tool known as CRISPR similarly to Chinese researcher He Jiankui, according to a report by Nature. became known in November last year after announcing that his team edited two human embryos, …

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Finally, launching NASA's long-term demonstration technologies

WASHINGTON – After years of delay, a group of NASA demonstration technologies will finally be shipped to Falcon Heavy later this month. NASA's Four Tasks Are Part Of The Complete Space Test Program (STP) 2 The mission is to launch Falcon Heavy from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida no sooner than June 24th. The launch was scheduled for June …

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Earth and Jupiter closest on June 12 | Astronomy Essentials

<! – ->              Opposition happens when Earth flies between an outer planet, like Jupiter, and the sun. Why are not Earth and Jupiter closest on the day of opposition? Illustration via Heavens Above Why are not Jupiter and Earth closest on the day of Jupiter's opposition? They would be if the orbits of Earth and Jupiter were perfect circles …

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Jupiter and its moons Monday, June 10, 2019

COLORADO, USA – We have a great view of Jupiter on Monday night Jupiter is already the largest planet in the solar system (did you know that 1,300 Earths can fit inside? ) But Monday night, it will look even bigger. Every 13 months, the Sun, Earth, and Jupiter all line up perfectly. So, as the sun sets in the …

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