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NASA announces James Webb Space Telescope Independent Review Board members

Jim Sharkey 12. April 2018 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's combined optical telescope element and integrated scientific instrument module (OTIS) will be lifted from the STTARS container (STS, Space, Telescope Transportation for Air, Road and Sea). Webb's Spacecraft Element (SCE), which includes the sunshade and the spacecraft bus, is shown at the far left. Photo credits: Northrop Grumman NASA recently …

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The NASA Posts stunning 4K tour of the moon

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use You've certainly seen the moon, but have you ever seen it in a glorious 4K resolution? Probably not, but you can see it on YouTube now. NASA has uploaded a new video, mainly made from observations of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). The video takes …

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The removal of space debris can be brought to life by the launch of construction site goods

The European designers who built the small satellites aboard the SpaceX supply mission to derive the rocket's entry and exit to the space station were prepared for an initial historical-experimental experiment to test approaches to space-capture Then they bring themselves back to earth. This mission is called RemoveDebris. This RemoveDebris mission, which was created in the general population and private …

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& # 39; # 39 & gravitational background; Hum could show several distant, unknown black holes

Black holes are those mysterious objects that devour everything around them and create gravitational waves or waves in the fabric of space and time by colliding with each other. Every few minutes, two of these cavities and the waves merge. This catastrophic event spread throughout the universe. However, since all gravitational waves are not strong enough to be detected, many …

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New planets can form around young stars nearby, dusty disks suggest

Various discs of dusty material were sighted near young stars, suggesting that new planets sprout around the alien stars. New images from the SPHERE spectrum (Spectro-Polarimetric Contrast Exoplanet Research) at the Very Large Telescope of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile show a wide variety of dust disks of unprecedented detail. More specifically, the disks are seen around young …

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Mission to Mars to launch as a first step towards aliens in a decade, SpaceX President says

Elon Musk's SpaceX rocket launchup will launch manned missions to Mars within the next decade, the company's president said. At the TED conference in Vancouver on Wednesday, Gwynne Shotwell said SpaceX will send people to Mars to turn mankind into a multiplanetary species and drive the search for extraterrestrial life. "This is the first step to move us to other …

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Hyper-salty lakes found beneath the Canadian Arctic could shed light on extraterrestrial life

Scientists discovered a subglacial lake below the Canadian ice continent that is four to five times saltier than seawater. It has been reported that the surface resembles the Jupiter-Europa-Moon and could one day help to understand extraterrestrial living conditions. Mario Tama | Getty Images ) Under the Canadian Arctic, there are two salty lakes, the first in the region, which …

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NASA's Juno Mission provides an infrared tour of Jupiter's North Pole

This infrared 3D image of Jupiter's North Pole was taken from data from the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) instrument aboard NASA's Spacecraft Juno won. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / ASI / INAF / JIRAM Scientists working on NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter shared a 3D infra-red film with densely packed cyclones and high-pressure areas traversing the polar …

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