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A star disturbed the comets of the solar system in prehistory

About 70,000 years ago, when the human species was already on Earth, a small reddish star approached our solar system and gravitational comets and asteroids. Astronomers from the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Cambridge have confirmed that the movement of some of these objects is still marked by this stellar encounter. At a time when modern humans …

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TRAPPIST 1 planets provide evidence of the nature of habitable worlds

TRAPPIST-1 is an ultra-cold red dwarf star that is slightly larger but much bulkier than the planet Jupiter, which is about 40 light-years from the sun in the constellation Aquarius. TRAPPIST-1 is of particular interest because seven planets have been discovered orbiting a larger number of planets than ever in another exoplanetary system. In addition, all TRAPPIST-1 planets are terrestrial …

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ULA presents new Vulcan rocket in competition with SpaceX – Spaceflight Now

HISTORY FOR CBS MESSAGES WRITTEN Artistic depiction of a volcanic rocket launching from Cape Canaveral. Credit: United Launch Alliance SpaceX and its visionary founder Elon Musk win the lion's share of public attention in the commercial missile sector, with dramatic, increasingly routinely booster landings and spectacular stunts such as the launch of Musk's Tesla Roadster on the maiden flight of …

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A Hungry Black Hole Devoured A Star and Its Burp Reveals How It Chowed Down

A black hole that's gobbling down a stellar meal is going through black holes devour matter and affects the evolution of galaxies. Researchers found that the X-ray signal burst caused a black hole shredded a passing star. In 2014, Las Cumbres Observatory's All-sky Automated Survey for Supernovae, a collection of robotic telescopes spread across the globe 300 million light-years away. …

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Roskosmos prepares for the Soyuz MS-08 mission, the first crew launch of 2018 – NASASpaceFlight.com

Russian space agency Roskosmos is in the final stages of preparations for the world's first team start in 2018. The mission will deploy the veteran Soyuz-FG rocket, with three crew members, two Americans and one Russian, killed 17:44 UTC (13:44 EDT, 23:44 local time in Baikonur) aboard the spacecraft Soyuz MS-08 from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Docking at the station …

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A space station from China will fall into the ground next week

by JESSIE KARANGU, Sinclair Broadcasting Group WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcasting Group) – Tiangong-1, China's first space station prototype, is expected to plummet between March 30 and April 6. 19659003] The station has already been replaced by Tiangong-2, but Popular Mechanics reports that China has lost control of its first station. The station is currently sinking into orbit and scientists have been …

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Soyuz crew set for Wednesday launch on Station Flight – Spaceflight Now

HISTORY FOR CBS NEWS WRITTEN Drew Feustel, Oleg Artemyev and Ricky Arnold (v. Li.), All space veterans, embark on a five-month expedition to the International Space Station on Wednesday. Source: NASA / Victor Zelentsov Engineers prepared a Russian Soyuz rocket on Wednesday to bring a veteran cosmonaut and two NASA shuttle airmen to the International Space Station for a five-month …

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The launch of the NASA Wallops Rocket, scheduled for March 23, will include experiments by university students

Students from four universities will have projects aboard a NASA rocket on Friday morning at the Wallops Flight Facility The sounding rocket is scheduled to launch on Friday, March, from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm 23. The The airline tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the launch, originally scheduled for Thursday, had been postponed due to the weather. A winter storm that …

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