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NASA space flight director resigns a week before astronauts launch historic shot

The head of NASA’s human space flight service resigned on Tuesday as astronauts prepared for their first launch in a decade from US soil. Douglas Loverro, associate administrator of the Human Exploration and Exploitation Mission Directorate, has only been here for seven months. Lovero said he was leaving NASA “with a very, very heavy heart” after making an unspecified “mistake” …

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NASA scientists “may have found evidence of a parallel universe where time goes backwards”

NASA scientists may have found evidence of a bizarre parallel universe where time flows backwards, shocking reports say. The discovery was apparently made while experts were working on an experiment in Antarctica to detect cosmic rays. 3 The shocking discovery was reportedly made during experiments with cosmic raysCredit: NASA The concept of a “twin universe” has been around for decades, …

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The giant fish 380 million years ago was a feeder for suspension

A giant fish that lived about 380 million years ago, fed in a similar way to sharks, is the second largest living shark in the world today, scientists say. Titanichtis, a class of prehistoric fish called placoderma, was a suspension feeder – it trapped and swallowed food particles suspended in water. The Titanichthys fossil, which was found in the Sahara …

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NASA chief of human space flight abruptly resigns days before “historic” space mission | NASA

A leading figure at Nasa, the agency’s human spaceflight program, abruptly resigned just days before the United States sent astronauts back into space from U.S. soil for the first time since the space shuttle program retired nearly a decade ago. Doug Loverro, the official head of the human space flight department, left on Monday, Nasa reported. Next week, Elon Musk’s …

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The sun experiences a less active phase called the “solar minimum”, but this will not lead to an ice age.

And just like us, it goes through phases and changes. Over time, these changes in our star have become more predictable. He is currently going through a less active phase,, called the solar minimum. The sun experiences regular 11-year intervals, including vigorous peaks of activity, followed by low points. During the peak, the sun shows more sunspots and solar flames. …

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