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& # 39; Unicorn Meteor Storm & # 39; Thursday night is triggered by the mysterious comet WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

(Accuweather) – This is not a typical meteor shower. On Thursday night, stargazers may see several meteors per second during a rare event known as a meteor storm. There is a possibility that the upcoming alpha monocerotide meteor shower will become an all-rounder meteor storm on the night of November 21, according to Esko Lyytinen and Peter Jenniskens, two meteorologists …

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SpaceX's full-size spaceship prototype takes its first breath

It looks like SpaceX's shiny new Starship prototype has entered the testing phase. [194559002] The Starsked Mk1 "breathed" during an apparent pressure test last night (November 18) at SpaceX facilities near the South Texas village of Boca Chica. The milestone was captured by @SpacePadreIsle and posted on Twitter, which closely followed activities at the Boca Chica site. Another Starship watcher, …

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Alien life could be more common than previously thought

Someone in the scientific community believes extraterrestrial life is "probably going to take a long time," others believe it may be more prevalent than previously thought. system drastically different than ours. The scientists modeled on a theoretical conception of Earth in a binary system – "those with two stars – and found that they had eight percent of the time." …

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I have something very important to tell you about honey bees

I only need to inform you about this crucial bees fact: when bees are caught in the water, they use their wings as hydrofoils to surf back into the safety of the land. While bees can swim, they can not fly with wet wings, and worse, they are not strong enough to free their wings from the water surface. This …

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Where to look for life on Mars – Axios

After decades of sending missions to Mars, NASA is now focusing on regions of the Red Planet that they believe have the best chance of determining whether the world harbors or hosts life. The Big Picture: Scientists can now point to parts of Mars that were once likely to be humid and warm, with geological signatures resembling the rivers, deltas, …

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Part of NASA seems serious about promoting innovation in aerospace

Enlarge / A spaceship on the moon? This could happen in just three years. SpaceX About a year ago, NASA announced that it had selected nine different companies that could compete for orders to deliver relatively small scientific missions and cargo missions to the lunar surface. The remarkable thing was that many of the selected companies had not previously done …

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Neptune's moons dance in a strange orbit around each other

Voyager 2 Captures Planet Portraits Voyager 2 was launched on August 20, 1977. Follow the steps of his journey through our solar system through some of his most famous images. Voyager 2 captures planet portraits Voyager 2s view of Jupiter during the approach of the spacecraft. Voyager 2 Captures Planet Portraits Voyager 2 provided this image of Jupiter's red spot. …

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Supernova 1987A: & # 39; blob & # 39; hides the long-awaited remnant before the starburst

Image copyright NASA / ESA / R.Kirshner et al. Caption This image of the Hubble Space Telescope shows Supernova 1987A in the large Magellanic Cloud Scientists believe they have finally tracked down the dead remnant of Supernova 1987A – one of their favorite starbursts. Astronomers knew that the object had to exist, but always had difficulty determining its location because …

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Chandrayaan-3 plans indicate a failure of Chandrayaan-2 | India news

BENGALURU: The changes being made to the planned Chandrayaan 3 mission by the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) are an indication of the problems with Chandrayaan-2, which did not manage to probe the Moon in September soft landing in 2019. A new guidance algorithm on improved lander-based communication systems has been referenced by the summary committee meeting last Tuesday (12 …

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