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NASA powers on a new sun tracking tool aboard the ISS

By: PTI | Washington | Published: March 19, 2018, 20:23 The sensor examines all of the sun's emitted light energy with the Total Irradiance Monitor, one of two Sensors on board the ISS. (Source: NASA) NASA has turned on its latest instrument on the International Space Station (ISS) to capture all the light energy emitted by the Sun. The total …

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The AI ​​discovers thousands of craters on the Moon – including over 6,000 previously undiscovered

Without a protective atmosphere, the moon is constantly attacked by meteorites and asteroids, hitting the satellite and leaving behind a horde of craters. Using a novel AI-based technique, a research team has developed a new way to identify and count these craters. An artificially colored mosaic constructed from a series of 53 images of the spacecraft Galileo. Can you see …

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Portable antennas could change NASA space communications

With the invention of portable ground antenna stations, NASA has been able to see an improvement in their space communication capabilities. NASA and Atlas Space Operations are working together to test and develop this technology that could help bring space-based data back to Earth, including data on spacecraft science and instrument health. They will test compatibility with NASA's ground-based communications …

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Study find that Earth's giant hole is defensive from the South Atlantic Anomaly

Scientists are investigating an irregularity in the Earth's cautious magnetic field called the "Anomaly of the South Atlantic." College of Rochester analysts have gathered new information from areas in southern Africa to expand their Earth's magnetic field record over a significant number of years to the most important thousand years. This information has enabled them to get a setting to …

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Portable antennas could change NASA space communications

With the invention of portable ground antenna stations, NASA has been able to see an improvement in their space communication capabilities. NASA and Atlas Space Operations are working together to test and develop this technology that could help bring space-based data back to Earth, including data on spacecraft science and instrument health. They will test compatibility with NASA's ground-based communications …

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New AI mapping technology finds over 6,000 new craters on the moon

By: IANS | Toronto | Published: March 19, 2018 7:03 pm With the new lunar mapping technique, the technology successfully enumerated new pockmarks on the Moon – around 6000 of them – through available datasets from previous lunar observation information. (Source: University of Toronto) A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) based lunar mapping technology has mapped exactly 6,000 new craters on …

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New AI-based technology identifies 6,000 new craters on the moon

New Delhi: A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) technique has helped scientists discover 6,000 new craters on the Moon's surface. "It's the first time we have an algorithm that recognizes craters really well only parts of the moon, but also Mercury," said Mohamad Ali-Dib of the University of Toronto Scarborough. "Basically, we have to manually look at an image, locate and …

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Moscow teenager is an aspiring star | northwest

A star-facing project led Moscow high school student Jieyan Wang to compete with students from around the world. After attending her first science fair as a high school student, Wang won a place attending the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the university's largest international science competition The 15-year-old took first place The Northern Idaho Regional Science and Engineering Fair, …

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