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Space Dust hit an ESA spacecraft at 40,000 mph, but that's a good thing

Micrometer impacts hit the LISA Pathfinder spacecraft 54 ​​times in over 4,000 flight hours. The Goddard Space Flight Center of NASA When you look into the infinite darkness of space, you can easily imagine the solar system as the empty void of nothingness. But in the microns of the inner solar system, tiny patches of space-dust that are invisible to …

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Curiosity & # 39; stunning & # 39; new mystery of Mars: Oxygen | space

<! – -> Recent self-portrait of NASA's Curiosity on Mars, made up of 57 frames shot with a camera at the end of Curiosity's Robotic Arm 11, 2019 (Sol 2,553). Image via NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS. Curious about the self-portraits of Curiosity? Here is the story behind it. The presence of methane in the Martian atmosphere was a fascinating …

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NASA Asteroid Warning: Space Rocks and Deals Serious Damage to Science Over Thousands of Sq news

The two space agencies are preparing to find out if it's possible to knock a rogue asteroid off its deadly trajectory. The world's first planetary defense operation hopes to investigate the effects of a collision with a small "didymoon" space rock orbiting the Didymos A asteroid) spacecraft invading space space rock and ESA's HERA mission in the effects are examined. …

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"Staggering" – The Implications of Infinite Space (Weekend Feature)

Published on November 17, 2019 in Astronomy, Cosmology, Science, Space "When space is truly infinite," notes Dan Hooper, director of the Theoretical Astrophysics Group at The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in On the Edge of Time: "The implications are amazing. In an infinite vastness of space, there would be little reason to realize why there would not be an infinite …

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Space Photos of the Week: Transit of Mercury 2019

Of all the planets in our solar system, Mercury is probably the most underrated. It does not feel like swirling clouds, rings or feathers. It does not even have an atmosphere. This small rocky body has a history of volcanism and even water ice in its craters. Mercury is also involved in a special resonance with Jupiter (think of a …

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Space Ballet: 2 Neptune Moons Perform an unusual Pas de Deux

The two innermost moons of Neptune are in an unusual "dance of avoidance", their perfect choreography ensuring that the moons never get too close. This is a difficult task since their orbits are only 1,850 kilometers apart. But the moons themselves never get closer than within 2,200 miles (3,450 kilometers) – a few hundred miles shorter than the width of …

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Boeing space flights are much more expensive than SpaceX

Budget Ticket According to a recent NASA Inspector General's report, the predicted seat price for sending an astronaut to the International Space Station aboard the Boeing Starliner is 60 percent higher than SpaceX's Crew Dragon Crew Dragon – about US $ 90 million Dollars 55 million dollars. Surprisingly, Boeing's price is actually higher than what Russian space corporation Roscosmos currently …

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Spacewalk today: Astronauts of the International Space Station undertake one of the most complex spacewalks of all time

Two astronauts ventured in front of the International Space Station on Friday for the first of four spacewalks to repair a $ 2 billion cosmic ray detector for the composition of the universe. "We will do an open-heart surgery on this amazing experiment," said Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, the current Space Station commander. The 7.5-ton patient in this case is …

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