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Hayabusa-2: The film shows the moment of landing of an asteroid

The film captures the moment when Hayabusa-2 touches an asteroid A movie shot by the Hayabusa-2 spacecraft in Japan shows the moment at which the Hayabusa-2 touches the asteroid who touched The probe attempted to take a body sample of a 1km wide body known as Ryugu on February 21 (GMT). The frame shows dust fragments that rise when the …

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What Voyager 1 Learned at Jupiter Forty Years Ago

It was 40 years ago today (March 5) that Voyager 1 flew past Jupiter, revealing a surprising planet system that includes moons of ice and fire. And scientists are still looking at some of these moons for signs of habitability for microbes Voyager 1 and its twin spacecraft, Voyager 2, both left Earth in 1977 on the trail of an …

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The Hubble Space Telescope has a new camera glitch

One of Hubble's most lucrative cameras is darkened and scientists are trying to figure out why. Habell's Advanced Camera Tool was crashed late on Thursday (February 28th) when an error occurred during what had to be a routine computer procedure, according to a state-of-the-art NASA update. "The error shows that the software inside the camera was not loaded properly," NASA …

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Extinction of birds "propelled" by global food trade

Image Source Image Source European turtle pigeon: Figures are in decline Approximately 100 species of birds are expected to disappear on the basis of current farming and forestry practices, according to a new global analysis. This number has increased by 7% in the first ten years of this century, scientists say. They say the biggest factor is livestock, but the …

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Why so many planets outside our solar system have an odd configuration Yale researchers have found a surprising relationship between the inclination of the exoplanets and their orbit in space

<img aria-describedby = "caption-attachment-57493" src = "https://scitechdaily.com/images/Over-Tilting-Exoplanets-777×452.jpg" alt = "The discovery can help explain long-term mystery about exoplanetary orbital architectures For nearly a decade, astronomers have tried to explain why so many pairs of planets outside our solar system have an odd configuration – their orbits seem to have been scattered by a powerful unknown mechanism. found a possible answer, …

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NASA captures stunning images of "Nuclear Overcast" in an alien galaxy

Scientists have discovered nuclear "superb bubbles," thousands of light-years in length, acting as particle accelerators 100 times more powerful than the large thron accelerator. years from Earth, according to a new study published in The Astrophysical Journal led by Jiangtao Li University of Michigan astronomer. "Bubbles," which are made of high energy particles, stretch to 4,900 light-years on one side …

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Jumbo Jet asteroid size that is just shaved by the Earth

Asteroids as big as a jumbo jet, made a close flight to Earth today (March 4th). The cosmic stone, called asteroid 2015 EG, was not a threat during the meeting. from a safe distance of about 274,400 miles (441,600 kilometers) or 1.1 times the average distance between the Earth and the Moon at 16:03 EST (2103 GMT). As its name …

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