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Another Boeing space project has been delayed

The final date for the first test of the Starliner capsule should be in April; now the unfilled first flight will be in August at the earliest. (Eric Johnson / Reuters) The bad news for Boeing expelled day after day in a steady stream. There were revelations that it did not do enough to pilots on a system failure in …

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520 million year old sea monster had 18 mouth tentacles

The discovery of a fossil showing an ancient marine animal with 18 tentacles around its mouth has helped solve today's mystery about the origins of a gelatinous carnivore named Kammgelee, a new study. The previous study Unknown "Sea Monsters", which scientists named Daihua sanqiong lived 518 million years ago in what is now China. And the extinct animal has a …

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Boeing's NASA moon rocket: billions over budget, short stakes

Technicians at NASA's Michoud assembly facility in New Orleans deployed the largest structure-building hardware for the Space Launch System in December. (N / A / NASA) Two weeks ago, Boeing executives arrived at NASA headquarters. The rocket they built for NASA was behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. Even worse, it would by no means be ready for …

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Planet Jupiter: Spectacular image of the storms of Jupiter

Image copyright NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Kevin M. Gill This beautiful image of Jupiter was compiled from three separate images by Nasas Juno The spacecraft made another narrow pass of the gas giant. The probe has a color camera on board, and citizen scientists are encouraged to play with the data to make their own views …

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Boeing delays first crew capsule test flight until August: report

Boeing has delayed the first space flight of its Starliner crew capsule – an unscheduled International Space Station (ISS) test mission – from next month to August, according to Reuters. The target date for Starliner's first crewed ISS flight was also pushed back from August to November. Reuters reported Wednesday (March 20), citing unnamed sources from the industry. One of …

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A whole Italian launch of French Guiana offers innovative environmental satellites – Spaceflight Now

A Vega rocket was lifted off French Guiana at 10:50. Local time (21:50 EDT) Thursday. Image credits: ESA / CNES / Arianespace – Photo Optique Video by CSG – S. Martin A Vega rocket was launched from French Guiana on Thursday evening with the Italian hyperspectral earthmoving satellite PRISMA from France. The engineers are preparing for the debut of the …

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Antarctic Breakthrough: How scientists remained astonished after diving under BOTTOM ice science | news

Antarctica is the fifth largest continent in the world. Temperatures can drop below -90 ° C in this icy continent and are therefore of great interest to the scientific community that studies its history. Between 1,000 and 5,000 people live in the frozen desert and the number of animals is scarce. Penguins and seals are among the most common observations. …

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NASA astronauts take a spacewalk today: Watch It Live!

Two astronauts will leave today (March 22) outside the International Space Station (19459004) to replace old batteries in the station's solar panels. This is the first of three spacewalks to take place over the next three weeks, and you can watch them all live online! Today NASA astronauts Anne McClain and Nick Hague – both first-time spacewalkers – embark on …

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Vega Rocket Launches PRISMA Earth Observation Satellite for Italy

A European Vega rocket launched a new earth observation satellite for the Italian space agency on Thursday (March 21), illuminating the night sky over its launch site in French Guiana. The PRISMA Earth Observation Satellite launched at 09:50. EDT (0150 March 22 GMT) from the South American Guyana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana. The satellite will operate in a …

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