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Small asteroid discovered on Saturday decays across Africa

Artistic concept of a near-Earth object. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech On Saturday morning, June 2, a boulder-sized asteroid called 2018 LA was discovered, determined to be on a collision course with Earth, with effects only hours away. Since the asteroid was very weak, it was estimated that the asteroid was only about 6 feet (2 meters) in size, which is …

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Traces of water and metal found in unique exoplanets

Scientists have found traces of several metals along with possible watermarks in one of the least-found exoplanets. The team from the University of Cambridge in the UK and the Instituto de Asturias de Canarias (IAC) in Spain used the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC) to observe WASP-127b, a giant gas planet with partly clear skies and heavy metal signatures The atmosphere. …

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Asteroid on a collision course with Earth soiled only hours before impact

On Saturday morning, the Catalina Sky Survey near Tucson, Arizona, cast a glance at an asteroid racing toward Earth. The astronomers from the Minor Planet Center and the NASA Near-Earth Object Studies Center (CNEOS) have been scouring the data at top speed and confirming that space rock was on a collision course for our planet. Luckily, earth scientists think asteroids …

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China, to build a new space station as an ISS, faces investment crises

NASA China has outlined plans to build a space station, although the International Space Station (ISS) is facing future funding shortages. The country may have come too late to space play, but China has invested in research in recent decades. China was the third country to send a human being into space and now has a steady stream of projects …

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SpaceX rocket launches powerful communication satellites

The sky of the night lit up a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that flew into Cape Canaveral early Monday to launch a powerful SES satellite into space, direct-to-home TV, broadband and data relay services Provides Customers from Asia-Pacific, Australia and the Middle East Four days later, due to unspecified technical issues, the Falcon 9's first aircraft engines started a stream …

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Four planets visible in June – News – The Hutchinson News

By Brad NuestCosmosphere Monday 4. June 2018 01:01 This summer is one of the planets, with four of the five visible planets adorning the evening sky. Although it feels like summer, the official astronomical The beginning of summer begins on June 21st. On this day, the sun takes its northernmost route across the sky and brings a very long day …

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NASA's Flying Observatory Sofia returns to New Zealand for more space missions

By Kurt Bayer NASA's Flying Observatory has landed in New Zealand to throw more winter missions into space and unlock more of the universe's secrets. The unique aircraft, equipped with a gyroscopically stabilized highly sensitive aircraft A 2.7-meter telescope, which protrudes from the plane as soon as it reaches a height of 10.6 km, arrived on Saturday in Christchurch. Tomorrow …

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