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Jeff Bezos and Caroline Kennedy on Apollo 11 and the Future of Spaceflight

Not a few politicians have promised the moon, but John F. Kennedy brought the success of the Apollo 11 mission. America's new hope to return to the lunar surface is named Artemis after the twin sister of Apollo in Greek mythology. In exclusive interviews with Kennedy's daughter Caroline and the space entrepreneur Jeff Bezos the two discussed with CBS Evening …

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Scientists argue again about dark matter

Credit: Monelli & Trujillo By Popular Mechanics Last year, astronomers thought they had discovered a bizarre new galaxy that threatened to challenge the fundamental principles of physics. It does not turn out that much. Now, the galaxy, which scientists believe did not contain dark matter, looks much more normal. Scientists believe that the whole thing is a misjudgment. The first …

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Supernova observation as the first of its kind with NASA satellites

Credit: CC0 Public Domain When NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched into space in April 2018, it had a specific goal: to search the universe for new planets. In a recent study, a team of astronomers at Ohio State University showed that the survey, nicknamed TESS, can also be used to monitor a specific type of supernova to give scientists …

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The thunderstorm in July often signals stormy weather. This full moon in July 2019 is also referred to as "Buck Moon".

Werewolves are unlikely to be the first thing you are afraid of when the full moon peaks this Tuesday. The Algonquins called the annual "perfect moon" of July's annual perfect circle in the sky, because he accompanied the spectacular thunderstorms according to MoonGiant.com, a website devoted to the moon in its fullness. This full moon is sometimes called the "Bockmond". …

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SpaceX finally knows why its Crew Dragon exploded – BGR

NASA's Commercial Crewing Program has been experiencing more than a fraction of the delay in recent years as both SpaceX and Boeing have had to postpone their schedules due to various issues. SpaceX's Crew Dragon seemed to be making good progress lately. It flew untethered to the International Space Station earlier this year, but the company stalled a bit as …

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Gaia begins to depict the galactic ledge in the Milky Way

This color chart, overlaid on an artistic representation of the galaxy, shows the distribution of 150 million stars in the Milky Way, based on data from the second publication of Gaia The ESA investigated missions in combination with infrared and optical surveys, with orange / yellow hues indicating a greater density of stars. Most of these stars are red giants. …

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New Hubble Data breaks the understanding of the scientists of the universe

There may be fundamental shortcomings in understanding the universe. The problem occurred when scientists tried to compute and measure a value called the Hubble constant, which indicates how fast the universe expands outward. The value was first calculated in the 1920s by astronomer Edwin Hubble. But since then, astronomers observing and measuring the expansion of the universe have come to …

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Bridenstine says NASA is planning human Mars missions in the 2030s

WASHINGTON – NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said on July 15 that NASA, as it promotes the return of humans to the moon by 2024, will not rule out a first human mission to Mars as soon as 2033. Bridenstines Commentaries, just before the end of a 45-minute meeting with reporters about the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 and the new …

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