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The conviction of Manafort highlights the Russia probe rising above Trump

The former Trump campaign chairman is expected to appear before a Washington court hearing that represents a rare closure for Robert Mueller's Special Prosecutor's Investigation, which still has several open loops. The performance is sure to spark another round of intrigue and speculation about the ultimate goal and effects of the Russia investigation that has affected President Donald Trump since …

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Israel's Beresheet Moon Probe takes a selfie photo of Earth

Last month, SpaceX launched the first private lunar lander into the Moon. The robot is called Beresheet (meaning "in the beginning") and was manufactured by SpaceIL, a nonprofit organization based in Israel. Beresheet had some mishaps shortly after his launch on February 21, but SpaceIL had recovered the robot and expected it to land on April 11. On Tuesday, Beresheet …

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Video of a Japanese space probe touching an asteroid

In this video released by JAXA, the Japanese Space Agency, you can see a view of the Hayabusa2 probe aboard an asteroid called Ryugu. The explosion that you see is the probe that fires a ball of tantalum on the surface to collect a sample. Here is a photo of the landing site. From Wikipedia: When the sampler horn attached …

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A failed Soviet Venus probe could simply fall back to Earth this year, so head up

One of the lesser known achievements of the Cold War Space Race is the Soviet successes in landing probes on the incredibly hard and unyielding surface of Venus, which has temperatures that are infernal 870 degrees Fahrenheit (465 degrees Celsius) can reach) and atmospheric pressure 90 times higher than on Earth. Despite these hellish conditions, the Soviets managed to bring …

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A deceased Soviet Venus probe crashes into orbit after decades

Stamp in commemoration of Venera 8, the sister mission of Cosmos 482. Photo: Russian Federation A Soviet probe launched almost five decades ago is expected to plunge to the surface over the next few years, according to a published report Monday on Space .com. Launched on March 31, 1972 spacecraft Kosmos 482 was to travel to Venus as part of …

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Israel's first lunar probe has technical difficulties – Israel News

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter . SpaceIL's Beresheet unoccupied spacecraft can be seen in the Israel Aerospace Industries clean room in Yehud. , (Credit: AMIR COHEN / REUTERS) X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people read the Jerusalem Post than ever before. However, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications. like us, we must …

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