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NASA's Nuclear-Powered Tunneling Bot Could Hunt for Life on Europe

Pax Europe Earth is Europe, Jupiter's fourth-smallest moon. 30 kilometers (18 miles) deep. Now, researchers at NASA's Glenn Research COMPASS team have Ice Limit The researchers dreamed of two versions of the "tunnelbot," one of which would use a small nuclear reactor and the other of which would be "a radioactive heat source module." In both cases, the tunnelbot would …

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Hubble discovers a distant planet that is literally vaporized – BGR

We usually think that planets have some degree of permanence, but for worlds that are in the immediate vicinity of a star, that can be fleeting. One particular kind of exoplanet astronomers want to know about is the so-called "hot neptunes," overheated giants that are incredibly rare. Now, researchers using the Hubble Space Telescope have determined exactly what they believe …

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Comet to light up the sky tonight

Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, transmitted, rewritten or redistributed. The night sky will come to life this weekend when a green comet passes by the Earth alongside the green fireballs of the Geminid meteor shower. Comet 46P / Wirtanen began brightening in November, but will approach Earth closest to Earth on …

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Laser-powered probe turns it into Alpha Centauri in 100 years

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn <div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Imagine a place like our solar system. # 39; central & # 39; stars encircled by planets but light-years away – maybe there's a planet with water and living organisms – imagine now that you could somehow get there and see and analyze it …

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Could Life on Mars Lurk Deep Under the Earth?

Illustration of NASA's InSight Lander on the Martian surface by the artist. InSight started on November 26, 2018 to investigate the internal structure and composition of Mars. Photo credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech WASHINGTON – To find life on Mars, scientists must abandon their exploration of the surface and "go into depth." Usually, Mars missions are aimed at Looking for signs …

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Any NASA Apollo mission in history, explained

Nearly 50 years have passed since NASA's Apollo 8 mission orbited the Moon for the first time in history. On December 21, 1968, astronauts Frank Borman, William Anders, and James Lovell left the Kennedy Space Center to fly around the moon. They spent 20 hours orbiting the lunar orbit and returned home in space after more than six days. The …

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Rocket Lab launches first satellites for NASA in "perfect" mission

"Only four weeks have passed since the company's first commercial launch last month," said Rocket Lab boss Peter Beck before launching CNBC. " " Rockets at least once a month, Beck added. Rocket Lab is another milestone: The company announced a $ 140 million investment round in November, led by the Australian Sovereign Fund. This new funding will help Rocket …

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