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Parker Solar Probe went to the sun this weekend

Photo: GLENN BENSON, Handout / AFP / Getty Images In this NASA-published image, engineers and engineers will conduct trials with Parker Solar on June 5, 2018, at the Astrotech processing plant in Titusville, Florida, near NASA's Kennedy Space Center at the Parker Solar Probe Probe through on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy Rocket from the Space Launch Complex …

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Bacon from an asteroid | room

Viewed under the microscope, it resembles a human hair. But that's actually a very valuable speck of dust – a tiny sample of the Itokawa asteroid brought to Earth by the Hayabusa Mission in Japan. <! – -> image via ESA The tiny object in the picture above, viewed under the microscope, is not ordinary rock. This stain is both …

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CLOCK: SpaceX launches, lands Falcon missile, which could fly a third time

Is a SpaceX missile ready for a three-peat? The Falcon 9 booster, launched from Cape Canaveral on Tuesday, August 7, and landed on a ship a few minutes later, may be the first company to launch a third orbital mission, possibly before the end this year. SpaceX launched rockets after two launches. But the launch of an Indonesian communications satellite …

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NASA's Exoplanet Hunter TESS Photographs Passing Comet, distant stars in space

In April, NASA launched the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, TESS for short, with the goal of chasing similar worlds beyond the boundaries of the solar system. The satellite began scientific observations on July 25, but before that In the commissioning phase, NASA tested its instruments and observation capabilities. During this work, the spacecraft photographed a series of space objects, including …

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Earth is in danger of becoming a "hothouse" when the turning point is reached

The report "Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene," published Monday in the American Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, said, "greenhouse" temperatures could stabilize 4 ° C to 5 ° C (39 to 41 Fahrenheit) higher than pre-industrial Values. "Human greenhouse gas emissions are not the only determinant of Earth's temperature, and our study suggests that human …

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SpaceX starts the & # 39; Block 5 & # 39; Rocket new for the first time, Nails land again

SpaceX has reviewed another reusability milestone and re-flown the latest version of its Falcon 9 rocket for the first time. The two-stage "Block 5" Falcon 9 successfully launched an Indonesian telecommunications satellite at 1:18 am EDT (0518 GMT) today (7 August) from Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Less than 9 minutes after takeoff, the rocket's first stage landed for …

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Chinese astronomers discover lithium-rich giant star

Chinese astronomers have discovered the most lithium-rich giant star so far, which could shed new light on the evolution of the universe. With 3000 times more lithium than a normal star, he was found towards Ophiuchus, on the north side of the galactic disk, at a distance of 4,500 light-years from Earth, reports Xinhua News Agency. The star has a …

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