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Tiangong-1, China's falling space laboratory, is a prism for its space ambitions – quartz

China's first space lab Tiangong-1 is coming back to earth in pieces. His reentry, expected in a few days was eagerly awaited. Launched in 2011 from the windy Gobi desert, the lab reflected China's determination to track down and overtake global powers on all pitches. The Tiangong-1 station, which was locked out due to security concerns from the International Space …

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NASA's Kepler Space Telescope Beyond the Planets: Find Exploding Stars

<! – -> NASA // March 26, 2018 <! – -> ABOUT VIDEO: This animation shows a kind of stellar explosion called "Fast-Evolving Luminous Transient". In this case, a gigantic star "burps" a shell of gas and dust for about a year before it explodes. Most of the supernova's energy turns to light when it encounters this previously ejected material, …

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Stephen Hawking's funeral will be a private service

People Who Want to Wait at Stephen Hawking's Funeral Can not Join the Service The funeral of the beloved Physicist, which takes place on March 31 in the Great St. Mary's Church, becomes a private service, the Church Mourners all over the city have to gather in front of the university church instead. The church is just a stone's throw …

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Hubble Space Telescope observes NGC 5714 | astronomy

The NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope took a picture of the spiral galaxy NGC 5714. This Hubble image shows the spiral galaxy NGC 5714. Photo credit: NASA / ESA / Hubble. NGC 5714 is a 13.4 galaxy in the constellation Boötes, 124.3 million light-years from us. Also known as LEDA 52307 and SDSS J143811.51 + 463817.6, the galaxy was …

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How Sunita Williams continues her career in space

Washington Astronaut Sunita Williams, from India, is now helping private companies such as Space X and Boeing to develop their new spacecraft systems, which will eventually enable a roundtrip transportation for the International Space Station (ISS). Having completed two missions in the orbiting laboratory, she continues her career in space on Earth as a member of the NASA Crew for …

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A star exploded faster than anyone else in history

A fast supernova hit the maximum brightness in a few days Getty Up Leah Crane The fastest supernova we have In only 2.2 days it has turned from invisible to exceptionally bright. It's the first of those fast stellar explosions that's been watched closely enough to help us figure out exactly how they work. Supernovae are massive explosions that happen …

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Asteroid-bound spacecraft finds signs of life – on Earth | science

A camera aboard the space probe OSIRIS-REx has captured this image of the Pacific Ocean, Baja California in Mexico, and parts of the southwestern United States. The dark lines lack data caused by short exposure times. NASA / Goddard / University of Arizona By Katherine Kornei Mar. 26, 2018, 10:45 Almost 30 years ago, the spacecraft Galileo flew past Earth …

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Researchers develop materials for quantum computers

Crystal structure of M-type hexagonal ferrite (a kind of magnetoplumbite). Credit: South Ural State University (SUSU) The creation of innovative materials is one of the most important areas of modern science. Active development of Industry 4.0 requires new properties from composite elements of electronics. In this area, research is being conducted by scientists at the South Ural State University. The …

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NASA is already working on what astronauts will eat on Mars

Since the first mention of a space shuttle flight in 1985, tortillas have become an integral part of the space diet. Nasa In space, tortillas are a coveted food. The anonymous diaries of astronauts, who describe their most private thoughts from the time on board the International Space Station, mention the floury flatbreads again and again. "We filmed how we …

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