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InSight Lander: Investigation of the Mars Interior

This artist's concept from August 2015 shows NASA's InSight Mars Lander fully dedicated to the study of the deep interior of Mars Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech InSight is planning the next NASA lander to go to Mars. It's going to be a stationary mission, not like NASA's famous rovers Opportunity, Spirit, and Curiosity. For its great scientific purposes, such as …

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New LightSail 2 spacecraft will enhance interplanetary solar sailing missions

A new solar sail spaceship will be a call to all (future) inmates of interplanetary ships. The Planetary Society's LightSail 2 spacecraft will be a testing ground for future missions that want to use awnings – including NASA's proposed Cubesat, the near-Earth Asteroid Scout (NEA Scout). LightSail 2 will launch SpaceX's new and powerful Falcon Heavy rocket no earlier than …

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Is Mercury declining? What it means and why people care

At the end of this week, shortly after 7:00 pm German time on Thursday night, the planet Mercury will enter into an apparent retrograde movement, marking the beginning of a three-week period of misfortune on Earth. At least according to proponents of astrology, who have in recent years made the expression "Mercury retrograde" (or the grammatically correct term "Mercury retrograde") …

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Science Museum of Minnesota to gain hands-on experience in the St. Henry's School

Science Matters seeks to bring science to life for students from across the state, including those who do not have easy access to the museum and its world-class resources. Since 2004, Flint Hills Resources has sponsored the Science Matters program for hundreds of thousands of students across Minnesota. Each Science Matters school receives a gathering at their school from presenters …

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Watch Aurora as a satellite view

The European Space Agency has posted a video of Northern Lights shooting in space and it looks pretty phenomenal. Get the Free Tracker App to Find 2018 NES Classic in Stock The video is the result of a collaboration between ESA and Canada's Space Agency and is captured by an instrument package called e-POP, the Cassiope satellite Attached is. e-POP …

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Dinosaur horns were for love, not war Intelligent News

For many people, thoughts of Triceratops evoke a formidable dino that penetrates deep into the belly of its mortal enemy, Tyrannosaurus . But scientists have no real evidence the two chalky beasts ever involved. And a [194559005] Mary Halton at the BBC reports a new study adds that the often elaborate ruffles and horns of Triceratops and others [196590000] 19659006] …

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The mystery of the "alien" skeleton has been solved

A tiny 15-centimeter skeleton, believed to be an alien, has long puzzled scientists – but now its mysterious origins have been uncovered. The unusual-looking mummy made scientists scratch their heads for years as they examined their cone-shaped skull, noting that it had only ten ribs. But after claims that it must have belonged to an alien creature, DNA tests have …

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Kennedy Space Center, NASA could get billions of dollars boost

NASA would receive a billion-dollar boost in its latest budget, which Congress is to vote on this week. The bill would increase NASA's total funding from $ 19.65 billion to $ 20.73 billion the same for the 2017 fiscal year. The amount Congress is seeking exceeds $ 1 billion US $ 19.09 billion of 2018 funding from President Donald Trump …

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