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Merging neutron stars provides insight into the fundamental properties of matter

Simulation of fusing neutron stars, calculated with supercomputers. Different colors show the mass density and the temperature some time after the fusion and just before the object collapses into a black hole. Quarks are expected to form where temperature and density are higher. The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars offered the opportunity to answer …

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NASA Spies InSight Mars Landers From Space To Hunt For Marsquakes (Photos)

On the left side are photos of the Mars InSight Lander: its fully inserted seismometer at the top and its seismometer Instrument before use at the bottom. On the right side are images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter showing the InSight Lander on the Martian surface. Credit: NASA NASA's InSight Lander was busy on Mars to begin scientific observations, …

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Small Satellites That Accompanied InSight Lander to Mars Go Silent

Artist's concept of a Mars Cube One satellite Illustration: NASA / JPL-Caltech A pair of small satellites that joined the InSight mission on its way to but the experimental mission is still an important success for NASA. Mars Cube One, or MarCO, consisted of two 30-pound satellites named WALL-E and EVE. The shy satellite satellites were the first time that …

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InSight Lander completes Seismometer mission on Mars – Spaceflight Now

NASA's InSight Lander has mounted a protective housing over a seismometer developed in France to detect shaking on Mars, completing the deployment of the first of two scientific instruments delivered to the Red Planet in November were. With a long, 2.4-meter-long robotic arm, InSight followed orders sent by Earth to cover the seismometer package on Saturday with a dome-shaped wind …

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InSight Marsquake Detector gets an intelligent dome to protect it from the harsh Martian environment

The wind and heat shield sits on the InSight seismometer. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech A dome above the InSight seismometer now protects the sensitive device from morning wind and extreme temperature fluctuations NASA's stationary InSight lander reached Mars on December 19th. Mission controllers have used their various instruments continuously. In the last few weeks, the team has adapted the seismic …

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InSight Lander is about to collect data next month

The SEIS instrument rests on the Martian instrument. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech The US government may be in partial shutdown mode, but configuration operations are critical to NASA's InSight mission on Mars already in sight schedule – and things are floating, as evidenced by the latest mission update. Our last update of the InSight mission came on December 20 after …

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Astronomers get insight at the beginning of time

Scientists looked at the beginning of the universe, examining the light emitted at the beginning of time. And the breakthrough is the result of a fortuitous coincidence: a galaxy functioned as a huge space telescope that bent light so we could see deep into space and time. The light that reached Earth was one of the first to ever sparkle …

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Steve Kerr gave David Fizdale an insight into the minds of champions

OAKLAND, California (USA) – While preparing for an interview with the Knicks last April, David Fizdale was embedded by the Warriors as they prepared for the first-round playoff series. San Diego liaised with Fizdale, invited him and his wife Natasha to spend a few days around the warriors. Kerr has been living in San Diego for many years and his …

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