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The moon launch of Chandrayaan-2 in India is delayed

The launch was scheduled for Monday at 2:51 am local time from the Satish Dhawan Space Center along the southeastern coast of India. The spaceship was mounted on India's strongest rocket, a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (Mark III). However, an unresolved technical problem, which according to the Indian Space Research Organization (NASA) corresponds to Indian NASA, led to a postponement …

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Walter Cronkite and the reverence for space exploration

An estimated 125 to 150 million Americans watched the Apollo 11 lunar landing in 1969. Almost half of the country's 57 million televisions were catered to CBS, to Walter Cronkite, with former astronaut Wally Schirra at his side. "Oh boy!" Said Cronkite, after the eagle had landed in the sea of ​​rest. "Wally, say something, I'm speechless!" "Oh, boy!" Walter …

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Scientists have taken the first photo of quantum entanglement

If you are not a quantum physicist, your immediate connotation for the term "distant effect" may not produce images of particle interactions. Thanks to renewed efforts by the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, this is possible. Now, take a look at what Einstein is known as "spooky action in the distance." The basic concept of faraway action underpins not …

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Mantara freckles "are doing fine" after being freed from hooks

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title The manta ray was supported by divers after being in distress last week. When the freckled manta ray on divers Jake Wilton and Monty Halls arrived, they were shocked to see fishhooks under their right eye. It was more surprising that she stopped near them and asked for help. Jake …

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Chandrayaan-2: India launches the second moon mission

Copyright Isro Caption The rocket weighs as much as a fully loaded jumbo jet India will launch its second moon mission – if successful, it will be the fourth country to gently land on the lunar surface. Only the US, China and the former Soviet Union could do that. The $ 150 million Chandrayaan-2 mission aims to collect data on …

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Russia launches a space telescope to capture the cosmos in outstanding detail

Russia has successfully launched a new telescope into space that marks an important milestone in the nationwide space science program – potentially paving the way for the mapping of the cosmos in unprecedented detail. RG Telescope, a Russian-German joint venture, was successfully launched into orbit by a Russian Proton-M rocket, The Associated Press reported. The rocket was fired after repeated …

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India goes to the moon and the land is pumped

NEW DELHI – It's 10am on a sultry Delhi day and it's time for a space class. Like so many other middle school students, Veronica Sodhi, a 12-year-old with great dreams, says space class is her favorite subject, but on Friday there was something special. India is ready to send a robot rover to the South Pole of the Moon, …

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India goes to the moon and the land is pumped

NEW DELHI – It's 10am on a sultry Delhi day and it's time for a space class. Like so many other middle school students, Veronica Sodhi, a 12-year-old with great dreams, says space class is her favorite subject, but on Friday there was something special. India is ready to send a robot rover to the South Pole of the Moon, …

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Messages on the moon turned from a world upside down

Peace messages from exiled leaders of nations under Soviet occupation were moving. Anatol's Dinbergs from Latvia spoke of how the moon landing would contribute to the "restoration of freedom for all nations". But the words of the dictators allied with the United States felt much less principled. Chiang Kai-shek of the Republic of China and Park Chung-hee of South Korea, …

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