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A NASA video shows me launching my largest space telescope to date

With a shield around the length of the tennis court, the colossal James Webb Space Telescope – the next generation of space telescope to be launched in 2021 – will not fit on a single rocket. That’s how NASA designed the space telescope to fold. A 45-second video recently released by the space agency’s Goddard Space Flight Center shows how …

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This bird disappeared 100,000 years ago and is evolving again in its existence

In the millennium matrix, this brown bird reincarnated after being declared extinct more than 100,000 years ago. The white-throated Aldabra railway has reportedly been removed from rising sea levels long ago, but has since appeared twice through a phenomenon known as “Iterative evolution.” Photo: CHARLES J SHARP Surprised bitches, I came back. In the largest flex known to the animal …

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US space force to launch covert mission to coronavirus victims and frontline workers | TODAY – TODAY

US space force to launch covert mission to coronavirus victims and frontline workers | TODAY TODAY Time delays the Atlas V rocket to launch CNN Space forces to launch an X-37B spacecraft today on a secret mission. Here’s how to watch live. Space.com US space forces to uncover secret mission dedicated to coronavirus victims and frontline employees Today.com Watch live …

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NASA’s Artemis Accords sets out some rules for joint space exploration

The Agency shared on its website an outline of the Agreements, starting with the requirement for participants to carry out activities intended only for peaceful purposes. Artemis partners will also need to be transparent in their policies, use open international standards or develop new ones for interoperability, and plan to mitigate orbital debris. Partner nations must also make a commitment …

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