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A state-of-the-art heat shield was installed at NASA's Parker Solar Probe

The heat shield of Arker Solar Probe, called thermal protection system, is raised and realigned with the spacecraft's carrier, while engineers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab install prepare heat shield with eight feet of diameter on June 27, 2018. Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL / Ed Whitman The launch of Parker Solar Probe, the mission that comes …

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NASA prepares probe to touch the sun with "most advanced heat shield"

Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University For the first time in human history, we will touch " the sun ". While NASA prepares for launch on August 4, it unveiled a "cutting-edge heat shield." Installed on June 27, the spaceship is discouraged from being burnt to a crunch fire. The Mission of the Probe will land it within 4 million …

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NASA's Dawn Probe sends photos of dwarf planet Ceres to Earth

The NASA spacecraft Dawn awakens space fans with their most detailed images yet of Ceres, a dwarf planet and one of the largest bodies in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. NASA launched Dawn in 2007 with the goal of helping scientists better understand the evolution of the solar system. It was the first spacecraft to probe two of …

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Malaysia's former Deputy Prime Minister polled in the 1MDB Graft Probe

Malaysia's former Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi arrives on Monday, July 2, 2018, at the Anti-Corruption Agency in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Zahid is being selected by the anti-graft agency as part of an extended investigation into alleged theft and money laundering in the 1MDB state-owned investment fund. (Associated Press) by Associated Press 2. July at 12:30 pm PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia – …

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Cassini probe discovers building blocks of life on Saturn's moon Enceladus

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use Scientists are busily working on a framework to study exoplanets for the presence of life, but what about extraterrestrial life a little closer? After analyzing data collected in the last few days of the Cassini mission, there is new evidence that Saturn 's moon Enceladus …

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Japan's new asteroid probe reaches its destination after 3.2 billion kilometers of science

Ryugu, pictured by a camera aboard the Hayabusa 2 from a distance of approximately 22 kilometers JAXA, University of Tokyo & Associates By Dennis Normile Jun. 27, 2018, 12:45 SAGAMIHARA, JAPAN- After 3.5 years of traveling 3.2 billion kilometers through space, the Japanese spacecraft has Hayabusa2 officially reaches the asteroid, which will land later this year to pick up soil …

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PressTV-Female TV presenter flees Saudi Arabia under "dress" probe

A TV presenter from Saudi Arabia has fled the deeply conservative kingdom shortly after the authorities announced that they had begun investigating their alleged violations of the dress code. Shereen al-Rifaie, who was charged with lifting the ban on driving women, was said to have dressed inappropriately. She was said to have fled Saudi Arabia after receiving a notice reminding …

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asteroid arrival! Japanese probe reaches & # 39; spinning top & # 39; Space Rock Ryugu

This image of the asteroid Ryugu was taken on June 26, 2018 by the optical navigation camera of the Hayabusa2 probe, just one day before the rendezvous with the space rock probe. The picture was taken about 22 km from the asteroid. Photo credits: JAXA, Tokyo University, Kochi University, Rikkyo University, Nagoya University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Meiji University, Aizu …

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3 Mass. State troopers arrested by federal agencies in fraud probe

Federal authorities have arrested three state police forces, two recently retired and one currently suspended, amid ongoing investigations into alleged overtime fraud, and officials will inform the media at 11:00 The arrest came in a brief opinion from the US attorney's office Andrew E. Lelling. Court documents refer to the defendants as David W. Wilson, who retired as a lieutenant …

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