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Finding challenges leads to a rethinking of the icy moon's underground ocean – ScienceDaily

A familiar ingredient has been hiding on the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Using visible-light spectral analysis, Caltech's planetary scientists and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which manages Caltech for NASA, have discovered that the yellow color visible on parts of the surface of Europe is actually sodium chloride, a compound found in the US Earth Is Known As Table Salt …

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Jeff Bezos today unveils Moon's plans – TechCrunch

Blue Origin later hosts a media event in Washington, D.C. TechCrunch will be on hand to deliver live reports, though details of what's being announced are still pretty low. However, according to a new Reuters coverage, boss Jeff Bezos will reveal his plans to help the US government set up a lunar outpost over the next five years. This word …

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China plans to build a lunar base near the Moon's Pole

According to Xinhua state news agency, China plans to build a scientific moon research station in "about ten years" The South Pole of the Moon, Zhang Kejian, head of CSNA, said in a public statement, Xinhua said. This is a bit of a departure from NASA's six successful Apollo moon landings, which took place nearer the equator of the Moon …

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China plans to build a base near the Moon's south pole

Xinhua. The Chinese National Space Administration (CSNA) intends to build a research station on the moon in the region of The Moon's South Pole, Zhang Kejian, head of CSNA, said in a public statement, Xinhua reported. NASA's Apollo moon landings, which took place near the moon's equator between 1969 and 1972. Details of China's long-term lunar plans are still sketchy, …

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Neil Armstrong's space suit is exhibited at Smithsonian, 50 years after the Moon's launch

After years of careful preservation, Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 space suit will be shown this summer at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic Moon Mission. After Years of Careful Preservation, Neil Armstrong's Apollo To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic Lunar Mission, this summer an 11-space suit will be on …

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"It was very close to a demolition": How the nerve-racking final seconds of the Apollo 11 Moon's landing evolved

Photo – The Apollo 11 lunar module Eagle in a landing configuration taken by the Command and Service Module Columbia (NASA) When the lunar module of Apollo 11 descended to the moon on July 20, 1969, NASA astronaut Charles Duke eagerly monitored the raging advance of the Mission Control spacecraft in Houston. Like the Apollo 11 CAPCOM (Capsule Communicator) At …

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Water on the Moon: NASA's Discovery Observes "Moving Water" on the Moon's Surface Science | news

The incredible discovery of the moon is based on long-held assumptions that the surface of the moon is dry and inhospitable to liquid water. Until the last decade, NASA said astronomers had only expected water to be in isolated ice basins near the lunar poles. However, a number of discoveries, including NASA's latest discovery, have challenged the way scientists understand …

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Did you know that the Earth's atmosphere extends beyond the Moon's orbit?

Strictly speaking, there are no strict boundaries between earth and space. Our atmosphere does not end only at a certain height. it is gradually sinking. A new study by the Russian Space Research Institute (SRI) shows that our atmosphere covers 630,000 kilometers in space. The lead author of this study is Igor Baliukin. Researchers at the SRI in Russia, Department …

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