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Incredible video surface of SpaceX Crew Dragon "anomalies"

Yesterday we talked a bit about a severe failure of the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule during the trial. The capsule suffered an explosion and shaved the blue smoke in Cape Canaveral where the capsule was threaded. NASA said the explosion "This is why we Test." Video footage of an explosion or "anomaly" as SpaceX refers to it has appeared. The …

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Most ancient molecular types in the universe are seen in space Science

The most ancient type of molecule in our universe is observed in space, scientists have declared, promoting theories on how the universe's early chemistry was developed after the big bang. Positive charged helium hydride is believed to have played a starring role in the early universe, which forms when a helium atom distributes its electrons to a hydrogen nucleus, or …

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Investigation points to causes of Beresheet lunar crash

According to the preliminary investigation of the Israeli spacecraft Beresheet's failed landing maneuver, following an IMU (inertial measurement unit) malfunction a command was uploaded to the spacecraft. This led to a chain of events in the spacecraft, which turned off the main engine and prevented proper engine activation. The SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) team continues to investigate what …

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Saturn's moon Titan has a lake with features similar to Earth, could support life

Shortly before it plunged into Saturn's atmosphere in late 2017, NASA's Cassini spacecraft made an incredible observation about the ringed planet's moon, Titan – its lakes are extraordinarily deep and filled with methane. Titan, Saturn's largest moon and the second -largest natural satellite in the Solar System behind Jupiter's moon Ganymede, has methane rain that can fill lakes as much …

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Saturn's Moon Titan May Have 'Phantom Lakes' and Caves

Picture a world where rain falls, gathers in lakes and ponds, seeps into the surrounding rock, and evaporates away, only to fall again. There's just one catch: The world is Saturn's moon, Titan where the rain is not water; it's liquid methane. Two new papers explore how this eerily familiar, waterless "water cycle" manifests on Titan's surface. To do so, …

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