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NASA's first all-electric experimental X-plane is ready for testing – TechCrunch

NASA will fly an X-Crew with crew for the first time in two decades, one of the experimental aircraft it produces to test various technologies. This X-plane, more specifically the X-57 Maxwell, is also important for another reason: It is the first all-electric experimental aircraft that NASA will fly. The delivery of the X-57 Maxwell to NASA's Armstrong Flight Research …

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NASA's InSight mission adapts to the sounds of Mars

The seismic experiment for the internal structure of the stationary probe is sensitive enough to record the gentlest vibrations. The seismometer was looking for earthquakes on Mars. Seismic activity can paint a picture of the inside of a planet and its origin, which is one of the main goals of InSight for Mars. InSight landed on Mars in November 2018 …

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NASA's Black Hole Animation shows how gravity distorts our view

A new NASA animation shows what you would see if you were near a black hole. The heavy gravity of the black hole would distort your vision: seems to be bending around a dark abyss. It would also be brighter on one side than the other. But if you looked at the black hole from above, the ring would make …

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NASA's new black hole visualization is intriguing

In April 2019, scientists published the first image of a black hole, but its low resolution makes it difficult to understand what a black hole might look like. The new visualization was created using special software at Goddard Space Flight of NASA Center. Created by Jeremy Schnittman, the visualization hopefully facilitates the understanding of Einstein's Theory of Relativity. In April …

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NASA's new black hole simulation is intriguing

Warped. Goddard Space Flight Center of NASA / Jeremy Schnittman The first image of a black hole taken in collaboration with the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) is one of the most incredible scientific achievements of the last decade. The blurry orange ring snatched from the universe needed an incredible amount of data and intelligence to be produced. I feel infinitely …

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The magnetic field on Mars mysteriously pulsates at night, as NASA's InSight Lander notes

Illustration of InSight Landing. Image: NASA NASA's Mars InSight Lander has observed mysterious nocturnal impulses that may take up to two hours to complete according to a conference procedure. [19659005] National Geographic reports that the InSight team has released several new results at the joint meeting of the European Planetary Science Congress and the American Astronomical Society. These results include …

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SLS: Nasa's gigantic "moon rocket" takes shape

Image copyright NASA Caption The massive core section of the SLS has a shuttle heritage NASA has completed the assembly of major components for its largest rocket since the Saturn V of the Apollo era. Engineers at the Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) of the New Orleans Agency combined the last of five sections that form the core of the Space …

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