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The administration is proposing the end of the EU, while the administrator is considering the full rewrite of the exploration manifestation – NASASpaceFlight.com

In addition to last week's Trump administration's budget proposal to cancel future space launch system (SLS) upgrades, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine announced further changes that would revise the early manifest of exploration flights. The Administration's new budget proposes to defuse the Exploration Upper Stage (EUS) and related projects from 1 October, which begins on 1 October. In later Senate reports, …

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Norwegian sovereign wealth fund sold by oil and gas exploration stocks

. 8 March 2019 by Steve Hanley The Norwegian State Pension Fund is the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world with $ 1 trillion in assets under management. On March 8, the company announced that it will remove oil and gas exploration companies from its portfolio. To achieve this goal, it will sell its holdings to 134 companies, according …

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Hayabusa2, Japan sample lands on Ryugu asteroid, Japanese aerospace exploration agency JAXA publishes Pics, video

Hayabusa2: "These wonderful pictures were possible because of your donations," a JAXA official said. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has posted photos and videos featuring the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on the asteroid Ryugu. 19659003] The images released on Tuesday show sand and rocks flying up after the probe fired a bullet into the asteroid to collect samples. The probe is …

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Space Station celebrates "a new era" in exploration with the arrival of the SpaceX Capsule: NPR

This NASA-provided photo shows the SpaceX Crew Dragon right next to the International Space Station. SpaceX's new crew capsule arrived at the station at a remarkable moment on Sunday for the space's commercial exploration of space. AP Hide Caption Switch caption AP This NASA photograph shows the SpaceX Crew Dragon right next to the International Space Station. SpaceX's new crew …

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After a reset, Curiosity usually works – NASA's Mars Exploration Program

Curiosity on the Clay Unit: NASA's Curiosity Mars recorded this image with its mastcam on February 10, 2019 (Sol 2316). The Rover is currently exploring a region of Mount Sharp nicknamed "Glen Torridon," which contains many clay minerals. Picture credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS. Full Screen and Caption> NASA's Curiosity Rover is busy with new discoveries on Mars. The …

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New Horizons The spaceship returns to its harshest views of Ultima Thule – The Solar System Exploration: NASA Science

The mission team called it a "route target" – just before the next approach, with the cameras aimed precisely at NASA's New Horizons spacecraft to capture the sharpest possible images of the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed "Ultima Thule". to make the New Year's flyby target and the farthest object ever explored. After New Horizons has returned the stored aerial images …

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China lands on the "dark side of the moon" for the first time and overshadows anniversaries of previous US exploration world news

A Chinese spacecraft landed on the other side of the moon Thursday, State Media said. Lunar researcher Chang # 4 landed at 10:26 local time, Chinese Central Television said in a brief announcement at the top of his noon news program. The other side of the moon faces the earth and is relatively unexplored. It is also referred to as …

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56 years of exploration from Mars I to InSight

Humanity has been confused for centuries about the stars, the universe, the planets, and of course the neighboring red planets of Earth. Ever since the first Italian astronomer, Galileo Galilei has been pointing his telescope towards heaven. Human curiosity for what is above us has never ceased. Galileo wanted to look far beyond what was possible with the naked eye. …

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