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Air Force Experimental Satellite is referred to as the "largest unmanned structure in space"

The DSX satellite collects data used to study the radiation environment in space. WASHINGTON – An air force satellite spanning nearly the length of a football field was successfully deployed at the Air Force Research Laboratory on July 12 AFRL's Demonstration and Science Experiments (DSX) will gather data to study the radiation environment used in space. DSX was the largest …

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Joe Biden responds to allegations of misconduct and says he will "respect personal space".

Former Vice President Joe Biden responded on Wednesday to a series of allegations of abuse against him by promising "to respect more personal freedom in the future". Biden confirmed the allegations in a tweet, saying that he acknowledges that "social norms are changing" and he has heard his prosecutors. "Social norms are changing. I understand that, and I've heard what …

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Brexit Britain is "lost in space"

Image copyright NASA Caption Planetary satellites launch from the space station: The company has 150 spacecraft One of Britain's most successful space entrepreneurs has launched a devastating attack on Brexit, calling it "the stupidity of the galactic scale". Will Marshall's Planet Company operates the world's largest satellite imaging network with 150 satellites that can fully map the Earth daily. He …

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New Hubble view is "the deepest image of the universe from space"

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field image from 2012. NASA, ESA, R. Ellis (Caltech), and the HUDF 2012 team One of the most iconic images of the Hubble Space Telescope is the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, a view of thousands of galaxies in all shapes, sizes and colors. The Hubble team released a deeper version in 2012 . What's next? Going …

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What is the deal with these "mysterious fast radio outbursts from space"?

On January 9, 2019, a Canadian team of astronomers using a radio telescope called CHIME published a study announcing the second recorded instance of a repetitive Fast Radio Burst (FRB). Although (non-repetitive) FRBs have been known to science since 2007, the mechanisms that generate them are largely a mystery. These millisecond electromagnetic radiation pulses, which are inevitably generated by extremely …

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Water clouds in Jupiter's "Mountainous Purple Space" imply that alien lifestyles "are no longer to be dominated"

In an amazing scientific discovery, researchers discovered on water clouds internal Jupiter's Mountainous Purple Space increases the chance that lifestyles would probably exist in the environment as well. Jupiter's Mountainous Purple Space, a storm that has been continuously noted since 1830, still remains a thriller for NASA and powerful of the scientific community, but the invention of the water clouds …

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NASA Exoplanet Travel Bureau: "Travel to Space" and Explore Planets in Virtual Reality | Science | news

The alien journey "outside our solar system" is presented by NASA's new virtual Exoplanet Travel Bureau. The Exoplanet Travel Bureau is an interactive and explorable 360-degree visualization tool from Kepler's exoplanet finds. [19659002] Hopeful astronauts can now visit Trappist 1e, Kepler-16b, Kepler-186f, PSO J318.5-22, "Super Earth" HD 40307g, and 51 Pegasi b without the need for NASA spacecraft. The alien …

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What is Alpha Centauri on "Lost In Space"? It serves as an important goal

Warning: Spoiler ahead for Episode 4! Four episodes of his first season, Lost in Space began to expand their universe and shed light on important details of Robinson's mission, which she had hinted at in earlier episodes. Other survivors of other Jupiter entered history, all trapped in an unknown world after being driven off course by Alpha Centauri. But what …

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