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Researchers Find 'Oldest Collection of Non-Fossil Meteorites' in Chile's Atacama Desert | Geology, Space Exploration

An international team of scientists has found a wealth of well-preserved stony meteorites in the Atacama Desert that allowed them to reconstruct the rate of falling meteorites over the past two million years. Meteorite with thin, dark, fusion crust in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Image credit: Jérôme Gattacceca, CEREGE. "Our purpose was to see how the meteorite flux to Earth …

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An Asteroid with its Own Moon will be Zip Past Earth tonight

An animation shows what the orbits look like. Credit: Dr. Steven Ostro et al./NASA = A massive asteroid with its own The little moon will zip in the past Earth tonight (May 25) – close enough, with some preparations and a decent telescope , amateur astronomers can see it blotting out the stars. This moon system and this asteroid, called …

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NASA's Mars 2020 Mission falls to Death Valley

Sa a test flight to Death Valley, California, anAirbus helicopter has brought an engineering model of Lander Vision System (LVS) that will help guide the next Mars mission to NASA in a safe touchdown on Red Planet. During the flight – one in a series – the helicopter (which is not part of the mission and was used only for …

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Fly through the Orion Nebula thanks to the fascinating video from Hubble

The breathtaking video from NASA allows you to experience what it would be like to fly within the Orion Nebula which is 1,344 light years-away from Earth in space. Astronomers and visualization specialists from the Universe of Learning program of the space agency will be able to combine the visible and infrared capabilities of Hubble and Spitzer's telescope space to …

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A Proton Century

In 1907, a New Zealander named Ernest Rutherford moved from McGill University in Canada to the University of Manchester. There he conducted a series of experiments where he fired alpha particles in different materials. When he saw that the beams had deviated by about 2º when fired at the air, he thought that atomic constituents of the air needed to …

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Send your name to Mars | Human World

<! – ->              Members of the public who want to send their name to Mars on NASA's Mars 2020 rover mission can get a souvenir boarding pass and their names stenciled on chips to be affixed to the rover. Sign up here. Image via NASA / JPL-Caltech. NASA is giving the public an opportunity to send their names – …

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