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Asteroid Bennu has thrown material into space 11 times since OSIRIS-REx arrived

On December 31, NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification and Security Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) met with Bennu's 101955 Asteroid. As part of an asteroid sample return mission, NASA hopes that the material of this near-Earth asteroid (NEA) will reveal information about the history of the solar system, the formation of its planets, and the origin of life on Earth. [19659002] …

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Want to see the sunrise from space? The Israeli craft Beresheet has the video. – Israel News

Sunrise photo of Beresheet spacecraft. (Photo credits: screenshot) 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 look for new ways to go on. Unlike many other news organizations we have not set up a paywall. We want …

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Space photos of the week: True colors shine through

The Cat Paw Nebula, located in our Milky Way, about 4,200 light-years from Earth, is extremely curious among astronomers. It's extremely active: the radiation of hot stars interacts with large molecules and dust particles, triggering this neon-green fluorescence. In addition, stars that form in the mist heat up gas that expands and appears as red "bubbles". Then there's the insane …

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A supermoon, surprising asteroids and a fossil treasure trove: This week in space and science

Hidden in one of the darkest corners of the Orion constellation, this Cosmic Bat is spreading its hazy wings through interstellar space two thousand light-years away. It is illuminated by the young stars nestled in its core – being shrouded by opaque clouds of dust, their bright rays are still illuminating the nebula. In this illustration. Thesis rings shape when …

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Powerful Bering Sea Fireball spotted from space in NASA photos

Satellite photos give an impressive view of the second most powerful Meteor explosion of the 21st century. On December 18, 2018, a incoming space rock detonated [269] [26] miles above Bering Sea is icy and generates 173 kilotons of energy. That's about ten times more than the amount released by the atomic bomb dropped by the United States during the …

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Boeing delays important space flight test after NASA warned of safety concerns

Boeing delays major spaceflight test three months after the report, NASA warned it to address design and security concerns. Boeing pushes back Starliner's first unchecked flight from August to August . This also means its first occupation test is expected to move until November NASA previously warned the company that had to deal with design and security issues By Reuters …

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Blue Origin Expands Rocket Factory at Kennedy Space Center

CLOSE A replay of the new Blue Origin Glenn missile under development. Blue Origin Just south of Blue Origin's imposing campus at the Kennedy Space Center, an empty piece of land is soon being transformed into a sprawling, technology-laden extension of the aerospace company's existing rocket factory. Labeled As a "South Campus" in water management district documents received by FLORIDA …

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Another Boeing space project has been delayed

The final date for the first test of the Starliner capsule should be in April; now the unfilled first flight will be in August at the earliest. (Eric Johnson / Reuters) The bad news for Boeing expelled day after day in a steady stream. There were revelations that it did not do enough to pilots on a system failure in …

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NASA's Space Telescope Chandra captures the storm in a cosmic "teacup"

A powerful quasar has caused a violent storm in a distant cosmic structure known as the "Teacup". The quasar, propelled by a supermassive black hole (19459005), is located in the center of a distant galaxy, about 1.1 billion light-years from Earth. The galaxy, officially known as SDSS 1430 + 1339, houses a tea cup-shaped structure in which the quasar brews. …

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