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The turtles run Aldabra atoll

This story appears in June 2019 National Geographic Magazine . The first time a tortoise went through my hut at the Aldabra Atoll's Medium Camp, I was amazed. I took my camera and carefully positioned myself to capture this encounter with wildlife. The second time: the same thing. Third time: I took my phone and took a picture. By the …

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Jeff Bezos builds a moon ship

Mb (1.0) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm "type =" text "content =" Two years ago, the founder of Blue Origin Jeff Bezos (19459003) (19459006) & nbsp; – & nbsp; make NASA promise : If he wants to create the "Moon Base" "Blue Origin" will partner with the space agency and build it as a rocket – and …

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Astronauts "could live in caves on the Moon" when they return in 2024

Astronauts could live in caves of the moon (photo: Reuters, Getty) The moon can now have structures that can accommodate astronauts. US President Donald Trump announced in March that he wants to launch a moon mission by 2024, which means NASA will soon have to understand things. The space agency, which called the next mission on the Moon Artemis, originally …

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How a "single hero" helped start a new field in physics: NPR

Rich Isaacson, seen in his backyard in the city of Pentagon, Wa. But he did not realize that trying to see them would become his career. Ryan Kelman / NPR hide inscription switch title Ryan Kelman / NPR Imagine you spend 40 years and more than a billion dollars on gambling. This is an agency of the US government. Now, …

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A 242-foot Asteroid Shot Past Earth Today At 22,000 MPH

A massive 1,280-foot asteroid will buzz planet Earth tomorrow, followed by a smaller 206-foot space rock on Monday morning. Planet Earth was buzzed by a rather large space rock on Saturday. Known as asteroid 2019 JR1, our celestial visitor swung by for what astronomers refer to as a "close Earth approach," coming within a few million miles of the planet's …

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NASA Astrobee cube robot completes the first hardware tests in space

The robot and one of his companions, Honey, flew to the station on April 17th. Daily maintenance and crew assistance. Ideally, future robots will take care of this painful work so that people can focus on more important tasks such as scientific experiments and research. This could help to eventually return the moon (not to mention travels to Mars) by …

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Weather in space forecast by NOAA

A long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the sun's corona erupts into space in August 2012. The coronal mass ejection traveled at over 900 miles per second. (NASA / GSFC / SDO) But far-off weather could put a damper on modern life. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration keeps tabs on our planet's weather through the …

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