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NASA opens the International Space Station for tourists

NASA announced that it will officially allow ordinary citizens – not only certified astronauts – to board the International Space Station as well as commercial and marketing activities. Tickets for ISS will not be cheap. NASA will charge private companies about US $ 35,000 per night to use the station's facilities, according to The New York Times . "The innovations …

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Tonight's Best Night of 2019 to View Jupiter

Illustration: SCIEPRO (Getty Images) Tonight will be the best night of the year to gaze upon Jupiter and its many moons as Earth, Jupiter and the Sun all line up in a row, making the gas planet appear brighter. Jupiter reaches this position-called opposition, because it's the opposite of the sun-once every 13 months; it's also near its closest distance …

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Mysterious holes in Antarctic Sea ice explained by years of robotic data

The hole in the sea offshore of the Antarctic coast as seen by a NASA satellite on Sept. 25, 2017. Credit: NASA              The winter ice on the surface of Antarctica's Weddell Sea occasionally forms an enormous hole. A hole that appeared in 2016 and 2017 drew intense curiosity from scientists and reporters. Though even bigger gaps had formed decades …

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ISRO: Chandrayaan-2 almost ready for July launch | India News

NEW DELHI: Isro has entered the last leg of testing Chandrayaan-2 with integration almost complete. Final tests are taking place at Mahendragiri in Tamil Nadu and Byalalu in Bengaluru. The agency is looking at a July 9 launch. As part of Isro's current schedule, spacecraft will leave Bengaluru on June 19, and reach the launchpad in Sriharikota on June 20 …

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International Space Station Visible from San Diego on Sunday Evening

The International Space Station will be visible from the San Diego County for three minutes on Sunday, starting at 21:07, NASA said. The orbital post will first appear 10 degrees above the western horizon. It will remain at this height as it moves south-southwest. The space station looks like a slow moving, shiny ball. In fact, it is moving more …

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Why Red Planet's Lightning Is Weak And Rare

Mars' lightning would be weaker and less frequent than Earth's, according to a new study. New research published in the journal Icarus revealed surprising findings of the Mars atmosphere, specifically how it has affected the occurrence of lightning on the planets. Researchers found that, based on data obtained from the European Mars Express spacecraft and California's Allen Telescope Array, lightning …

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