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NASA strives for a fast start of the moon

This article originally appeared in SpaceNews 20 May 2019 Although NASA's new landing target on the moon after five years may sound aggressive, most of the hardware needed to accomplish this mission is already or will be under development. The space launch system and Orion have been working for years, and despite delays, they must be ready to transport astronauts …

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Space companies offer ways to fill low Earth orbit with commercial habitats

The private space industry is giving NASA some ideas on how to turn low Earth orbit – where the International Space Station circulates above our planet – into an area filled with commercial habitats and platforms for future space travelers. Potentially, these "destinations" could be used as locations for in-space research and manufacturing to turn a profit. NASA said today …

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SpaceX wants to offer Starlink Internet users only after six launches

SpaceX has created a brand new website dedicated to Starlink's satellite constellation, a prelude to offering consumer Internet services after just six launches. In addition, Starlink.com reiterated CEO Elon Musk's assessment that SpaceX will conduct 2-6 Starlink specials with at least 60 satellites in 2019 only. In other words, the best satellite deployment scenario could mean that SpaceX will be …

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Francis Arnold turns microbes into living factories

р. Arnold quickly becomes a celebrity. In November, she will join fonts such as Lin Manuel Miranda and Jeff Bezos for America's portrait ceremony at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Caltech, where Dr Arnold has worked almost all of her career, has 38 Nobel laureates, but she is the first woman among them. "Taking a picture better than I really …

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Service dog: Scientists studying how to help veteran veterans deal with PTSD

Last           Updated May 27, 2019 7:51 PM EDT Orlando – To say retired Army Sgt. Carlos Cruz is heavily dependent on his service dog, Hannah, is an understatement. Cruz was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after returning from service in northern Afghanistan where he hunted for enemy explosive devices. He acquired Hannah in January 2018 and says he's thankful for …

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SpaceX Starlink satellites dazzle but can cause astronomers' headaches

Mark Langbrook / GIF by Nicole Archer / CNET This is not an intelligent alien army that moves to take over planet Earth – they are just satellites of SpaceX Starlink designed to provide broadband services around the world. The first batch of satellites was successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida and deployed on Falcon 9 rocket orbit on May …

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