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SpaceX to Fly Falcon 9 Rocket Stage for Record-Setting 4th Time

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket that just launched an Israeli moon lander will make some more history soon, if all goes according to plan. The Thursday night (Feb. 21) of the Beresheet lunar lander – which in April will try to become the first privately funded craft to touch down on the moon – and two other satellites was the …

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NASA Astronauts Gear Up for Launch at Space Station Next Month

Nick Hague and Christina Koch were a little busy: In just three weeks, NASA astronauts and their Russian counterpart climbed a Soyuz capsule from the launch pad in Kazakhstan and made of their way to International Space Station for a six-month stay. The three-crew crew completed the final exam, a compulsory set of tests that ensure that astronauts are ready …

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Why the Earth Is Atmosphere?

The atmosphere of the world is very large, up to now still affecting the route of the International Space Station. But how does it make the giant gaseous envelope? That is, why is the Earth surrounded? In short, our environment is here because of gravity. When the Earth was formed, about 4.5 billion years ago, the planet's eclipse was almost …

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NASA Renames Facility After Katherine Johnson, Trailblazing Mathematician

NASA on Friday officially renamed a West Virginia facility after Katherine Johnson, an African-American mathematician and centenarian whose barrier-breaking career was depicted in "Hidden Figures." The 2016 film, based on a book released earlier that year, depicted the struggle of Ms Johnson and other black women for NASA's equality during the height of the age of space and separation. The …

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The New Horizons spacecraft returns the ultimate view of Ultima Thule

The most detailed picture of Ultima Thule – acquired minutes before the closest spacecraft approach at 12:33 am EST on January 1 – have a resolution about 110 feet (33 meters) per pixel. Their combination of higher spatial resolution and a desirable geometry view offers an unprecedented opportunity to inspect the surface of Ultima Thule, believed to be the most …

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NASA Mars rover Curiosity hiccups, takes a break from science

Curiosity is an attractive rover. NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS After officially lost the Opportunity rover in a dust storm on Mars, fans of the Red Planet machine started to get incomplete about the running Curiosity rover of NASA . The rover website has not received mission updates or new raw images within a week. Now we know why. NASA …

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NASA clears SpaceX flight test at space station

FILE PHOTO: The headquarters of SpaceX is shown in Hawthorne, California, US September 19, 2018. REUTERS / Mike Blake February 22, 2019 NASA has finalized Friday's progress a SpaceX billionaire businessman of Elon Musk to conduct the first unmanned test flight of a newly designed capsule crew at the International Space Station on March 2. The approval has cleared a …

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Russia says Will Launch 2 Tourists In Orbit with Space Adventures in 2021

The space agency of Russia Roscosmos signed a deal with a U.S. space company. space space tourism to fly to two passengers at the International Space Station in 2021. And unlike previous space travels, these two passengers fly together. Officials of Roscosmos Tuesday (February 19) said their agency signed a Space Adventures contract to fly a couple of tourists (called …

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NASA, SpaceX OK 1st flight flight of crew capsule next week

The above-mentioned images made available by SpaceX on February 6, 2019 show a Dragon crew capsule over a Falcon 9 rocket launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida where Saturn Vs launches and shuttles on space. On Friday, February 22, 2019, NASA and SpaceX announced the approval of an unmanned flight test flight for the new commercial capsule. …

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