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Astronomers are overturned by historical star formation

Imagine traveling to the moon in just 20 seconds! So fast the material of a 170 year old star burst from the unstable, eruptive and extremely massive star Eta Carinae. The astronomers conclude that this is the fastest dropped gas ever measured by a stellar eruption that did not result in the complete annihilation of the star. The explosion of …

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Perseid Meteor Shower 2018: As seen in Georgia

ATLANTA, GA – If you can only catch a meteor shower this year, it should be the Perseids. They fly straight over the sky and will reach their climax overnight from the 11th to the 12th of August and from the 12th to the 13th of August. Of course, whether or not you can see it in your part of …

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Merah Putih is poised to bring SpaceX Launch Tempo to nearly two per month

Jason Rhian 5. August 2018 SpaceX is preparing to launch a Falcon 9 rocket with the Merah Putih satellite this weekend from Cape Canaveral in Florida (archive photo). Photo credits: Scott Schilke / SpaceFlight Insider CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – SpaceX is planning its fifteenth mission of the year on Tuesday, August 7th. As was the case with several of the …

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The ESA video shows two meteors before the total solar eclipse in July

Presumably, the two space rocks have separated from the alpha capricornid meteor shower. Last month, the moon was thrown at by two spurious space rocks that crashed into its surface within one day [CNN reported The news comes from the European Space Agency (ESA) revealing a GIF that the two events shortly before the total lunar eclipse of 27.-28. July …

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Perseiden Meteor Shower: How to see it in Maryland

BALTIMORE, MD – If you can only see a meteor shower this year, it should be the Perseids. They fly straight over the sky and will reach their climax overnight from the 11th to the 12th of August and from the 12th to the 13th of August. Whether you see it in your part of Maryland, of course, depends on …

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3D printed home could bring future astronauts to Mars

by Karina Mazhukhina / KOMONews.com A 3D-printed house resembling a hive will one day serve as a space and board for future astronauts exploring Mars. (Photo: AI SpaceFactory / Plompmozes) New York – A 3D-printed house resembling a hive will someday serve as space and food for future astronauts. The Marsha project was co-authored by the research and architecture studio …

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The planet-hunted Kepler telescope wakes up, Phones Home

The Kepler space telescope is not dead yet. Kepler, who has so far detected about 70 percent of the 3,800 known exoplanets, woke up yesterday (August 2) from a four-week hibernation and has started to radiate as planned NASA officials today (3.8.) Kepler had slept to lower fuel consumption, which is very low. Members of the mission team wanted to …

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What if the earth were made of blueberries?

In the heart of the Blueberry season, Billy-Bodega, a user on the Physics Stack Exchange, asked: "Suppose the entire earth were instantly replaced by an equal volume of densely packed, but uncompressed blueberries, which would then have the perspective of a human being on the surface? "The question was immediately deleted. But it did not stop that Anders Sandberg, a …

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