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Jeff Bezos Makes the Moon of the Ship – The Motley Fool

Two years ago, Founder of Blue Origin Jeff Bezos – yes, the person who owns Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) – a promise NASA: If you want to base the moon, Blue Origin is a partner in the agency space and establish it as a rocket – and a lander lander – to help build that base. The rocket in question is …

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NASA shares the first image of Astrobee's robotic assistant & # 39; Bumble & # 39; on ISS

Last month, a spacecraft arrived at the International Space Station carrying, in addition to other cargo, small hape-robots called Astrobees. The devices are designed to work in the lab space of a unique microgravity environment, offering assistance to astronauts located on the ISS. In its latest update, NASA shared Astrobee's "Bumble" robot image on the ISS with some details about …

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A 242-Foot Asteroid Shot Previous Earth Today With 22,000 MPH

A massive 1,280-foot asteroid is buzzing planet Earth tomorrow, followed by a smaller 206-foot space rock on Monday morning. Planet Earth is buzzed by a huge rock space on Saturday. Known as the asteroid 2019 JR1, our heavenly visitor acts for what astronomers are referring to as a "close approach to the Earth," coming from within a few million miles …

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NASA's Astrobee cube robot completes first hardware tests in space

The robot and one of its companions, Honey, flew to the station on April 17th. When in service, the Astrobee robots will effectively become spaceborne Roombas – they'll test how well robots can handle day-to -day maintenance and assist the crew. Ideally, future robots will take care of this drudgery so that humans can focus on more important tasks like …

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Weather in NOAA's space forecast

A long filament of solar material that seizes the corona of the sun has exploded in space in August 2012. Coronal mass ejection has traveled more than 900 miles per second. (NASA / GSFC / SDO) If you like most people, it's important just how the weather will affect your dress or reduce. But the deepest time can put a …

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Hubble Galaxy Blazing Says With New Stars Born From Close Encounter

NASA, ESA; Recognition: T. Roberts (University of Massachusetts), D. Calzetti (University of Massachusetts) and the LEGUS Team, R. Tully (University of Hawaii) and R. Chandar (University of Toledo) The irregular galaxy NGC 4485 shows all the signs of being involved in a hit-and-run accident in a bypassing galaxy. Instead of destroying the galaxy, the opportunity to present a new generation …

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See the Impact Site Where Beresheet Crashed Into the Moon

Left: Beresheet crash site. Right: A comparison of images taken before and after the crash, enhanced to show the subtle changes in the brightness of the surface. NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University SpaceIL's Beresheet spacecraft might not have made the final hurdle to land on the moon, but it could still make a contribution to scientific knowledge. An …

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Climate change: A person's fight to save a California tree

Cody Petterson Image Caption Cody, an anthropologist and environmentalist, was destroyed by fire in 2002 After a massive fires destroyed in San Diego, California, in 2002, Cody Petterson put his heart on the replenishment of trees. When he was a boy, he was free to play and walk along with statuesque conifers that provide shelter on black bears and black-tailed …

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