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Jupiter and its moon Europa glow in NASA’s new Hubble photo

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (AP) – Jupiter and its alluring moon Europa glow in a new photo from the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble took the picture last month when the planet was 653 million kilometers away, and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore released it on Thursday. Europe, which is smaller than our own moon, appears as a pale point …

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A look back at NASA’s first research on the ISS

The International Space Station (ISS) is a unique laboratory that works in near-earth orbit. Over the past 20 years, more than 3,000 investigations by researchers from 108 countries have been carried out on board the orbit. In the early days of ISS assembly, research was conducted on a more modest level than it is today. Delays in starting the Zvezda …

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Treasury of Cosmic Delights Unveiled by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory

This selection of images of different types of light from different missions and telescopes has been combined to better understand the universe. Each composite image contains X-ray data from Chandra as well as other telescopes. The objects represent a range of different astrophysical objects and include the Messier 82 galaxy, the Abell 2744 galaxy cluster, the 1987A supernova remnant, the …

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NASA’s Perserverance Mars Rover has been sent to its new home on Earth

Technician Pursviers brought an engineered version of the Mars rover to its new home at Mars Yard, part of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. Photo credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech did you know NASAIs next to Tuesday Is there almost the same brother on earth testing the rover? Even better, this is the first time a replica of the …

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NASA’s megarocket goes beyond past cost estimates and forces Congress to be notified

NASA is new Space launch system (SLS) Megarocket and the associated ground infrastructure have exceeded the original cost estimates to such an extent that the agency must inform Congress of the increasing budget. The recently appointed head of NASA’s human spaceflight effort, Kathy Lueders, announced the new cost estimates in a blog post published on August 27th. “The base cost …

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The breathtaking video shows the test of NASA’s most powerful rocket

The stunning video shows NASA testing a solid fuel booster on its most powerful rocket ever – which is supposed to send the first woman to the moon. The engine produced more than 3 million pounds of thrust during the infrequent full-scale test, which lasted just over two minutes, NASA said. The video posted online by space.com shows a huge …

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Primary mirror for NASA’s Roman Space Telescope completed – field of view 100 times larger than Hubble

A member of the L3Harris team removes a piece of cloth from the primary mirror of the Roman space telescope. Photo credit: L3Harris Technologies The main mirror of the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, which collects and focuses light from near and far cosmic objects, has been completed. With this mirror, Roman captures breathtaking space views with a field of …

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Rocket threshold complicates NASA’s Europa Clipper mission

NASA’s much-anticipated mission to the Jupiter ocean moon Europe needs a rocket – and soon say the project’s planners. The Europa Clipper probe Launch is scheduled for 2024 to study the Jupiter satellite, which under its icy shell is home to a vast sea of ​​liquid water. Clipper will assess the habitability of this buried ocean and perform a number …

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