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US spy satellite from California launched into orbit

A United Launch Alliance Delta 4 Heavy, one of the most powerful missiles in the US inventory, shot away from fiery exhaust systems on Saturday before a California flood and delivered a spectacular show as it propelled a classified spy at the National Reconnaissance Office satellite Orbit. The hydrogen-powered engines at the base of the three adjacent core boosters of …

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Rendering of the heavy SpaceX configuration for Superheavy Starship – NextBigFuture.com

Rendering of the heavy SpaceX configuration for Superheavy Starship Brian Wang | 19th January 2019                                                                    There was a rendering of SpaceX Superheavy Starship with two additional pages displayed Booster. Each side booster would have 31 Raptor engines like the super heavy first stage. A SpaceX missile with this configuration could launch about 250 tons in …

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A team of scientists wants to land a drone on Saturn's largest moon

A Close Up View We got the best view of Saturn's largest moon Titan when the European Space Agency's Huygen spacecraft was successfully dropped on NASA's spacecraft Cassini on January 14, 2005 by a spacecraft on its surface. However, the probe was exhausted in just a few hours. Dragonfly Mission A team of scientists at the Applied Physics Laboratory at …

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Total Lunar Eclipse, rare Super Blood Wolf Moon this weekend

Phil Walter / Getty Images Phil Walter / Getty Images Related Content [19659006] (CNN) – It's not every year that a Super Blood Wolf Moon happens. So check out this weekend for one of the first 2019 Skywatching events. Most people in the world can take a look at this rare event, but especially in North and South America, Europe …

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How long is a day on Saturn? Scientists finally solve a boring secret

Saturn's rings gave the scientists the information they needed to finally determine how long a day on the gas giant would last. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute Set time for 10 hours, 33 minutes and 38 seconds – Scientists have finally figured out how long a day on Saturn takes and a long mystery about it Ringgas …

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Body of tiny animals that were found buried 3,500 feet under the Antarctic ice

Lake Mercer, a sub-glacial lake deep beneath Antarctic ice, has been untouched for millennia – until now. Scientists accidentally discovered Lake 2007 when they studied satellite images of the Antarctic ice sheet. On December 26, 2018, they finally reached it. In order to explore the 50-foot deep subglacial lake, researchers from a project called SALSA (Subglacial Antarctic Lakes Scientific Access) …

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US launch Secret Spy Satellite today! Here's how you watch live

The United States plans to launch a Hush-Hush spy satellite on Saturday (January 19), and you can follow the launch live. The NROL-71 probe is scheduled to launch at 14:05 on a Delta IV Heavy missile of the United Launch Alliance (ULA) of Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. EST (1905 GMT; 11:05 am California time). You can watch it live …

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