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A full pink moon will be visible over Ontario Skies next month

Many of us have overcome the freezing cold this winter to catch a glimpse of the amazing Super Blood Wolf Moon. However, it looks like this is not the only heavenly event you should have marked in your calendar for this year. Next month, a full pink moon will light up the skies across Ontario. READ ALSO: This weekend a …

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Here's the real reason why NASA had to "break off" this all-female spacewalk

Earlier this month, the world was excited to hear that NASA had planned the first all-female spacewalk. Now, an annoying equipment problem has disappointed many # WomeninSTEM enthusiasts. Expeditionary Engineers Christina Koch and Anne McClain set out to board the International Space Station (ISS) on March 29 to develop batteries in one of the station's solar arrays. Despite Wide Media …

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Life on Mars? NASA Curiosity Rover finds "habitable atmosphere" | Science | news

A new study has shown that asteroid influences on ancient Mars could have produced life-sustaining ingredients if the Martian atmosphere were rich in hydrogen. Researchers at the Curiosity Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) said a hydrogen-rich atmosphere would explain how the planet is habitable. The ingredients are nitrites (NO2) and nitrates (NO3). Both nitrates are important for sustaining and maintaining …

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Asteroid Bennu has thrown material into space 11 times since OSIRIS-REx arrived

On December 31, NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification and Security Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) met with Bennu's 101955 Asteroid. As part of an asteroid sample return mission, NASA hopes that the material of this near-Earth asteroid (NEA) will reveal information about the history of the solar system, the formation of its planets, and the origin of life on Earth. [19659002] …

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Want to see the sunrise from space? The Israeli craft Beresheet has the video. – Israel News

Sunrise photo of Beresheet spacecraft. (Photo credits: screenshot) X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people read the Jerusalem Post than ever before. However, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications. like us, we must look for new ways to go on. Unlike many other news organizations we have not set up a paywall. We want …

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NASA breaks first all-female spacewalk about spacesuit sizes

It had not been planned as a historic mission, but it would have represented a moment of sorts: the first spacewalk for women. But that moment, as NASA said on Monday, will have to wait a bit for a reason – space suit sizes. The two astronauts who wished to walk in space together on Friday, Anne C. McClain and …

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The T. Rex was actually bigger than we thought

Roger Harris / SPL / Getty The undisputed king of dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex is even bigger than we once believed. This is the result of a recent study by Scotty, a 66-million-year-old T Rex skeleton first discovered in Canada in 1991. A team of paleontologists from the University of Alberta measured Scotty's skull, hips, and limbs, suggesting a live weight …

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NASA no longer plans to carry out its first spacewalk exclusively for women

NASA is no longer planning the first all-female spacewalk this week, which addresses problems with sizing space suits. Originally, NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain were due to replace batteries outside the International Space Station (ISS) this Friday, which would have been a historic event. Now NASA has decided that the astronaut will take Nick Hague McClain's place. The …

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