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Astronaut shares incredible spacewalk selfie
UPI - 3 Hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., April 24 (UPI) -- Move over, Ellen . Rich Mastracchio has snapped the selfie to end all selfies. The NASA astronaut was out on a spacewalk with crew member Steve Swanson to replace
Ellen : Astronaut shares incredible spacewalk selfie 4 Traders
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NASA Satellites Show Drought May Take Toll on Congo Rainforest
Terra Daily - 107 Minutes ago
A new analysis of NASA satellite data shows Africa's Congo rainforest, the second-largest tropical rainforest in the world, has undergone a large-scale decline in greenness over the past decade. The
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Astronomical Forensics Uncover Planetary Disks in NASA's Hubble Archive
ScienceNewsline - 3 Hours ago
Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have applied a new image processing technique to obtain near-infrared scattered light photos of five disks observed around young stars in the Mikulski Archive
Astronomical forensics uncover planetary disks in NASA's Hubble archive -- ScienceDaily DailyMe.Com
Astronomical Forensics Uncover Planetary Disks in Hubble Archive Newswise
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Hindustan Times - 2 Hours ago
Nasa chief Charles Bolden, who is planning to land humans on the red planet by 2030, has said that a manned mission to Mars is necessary for our “species to survive”. To achieve this stellar ambition,
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Happy Birthday, Hubble!
AllVoices - 3 Hours ago
Today is the Hubble Space Telescope's birthday it's been exactly 24 years since it was launched into orbit. The optical telescope captures drop-dead gorgeous images of space, and is a constant source
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Curiosity Captures First Ever Asteroid Images from Mars Surface
Universe Today - 63 Minutes ago
Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover has caught the first image of asteroids taken from the surface of Mars. The image includes two
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Group Wants To Recover 36-Year-Old Historic Spacecraft From Deep Space
Slashdot - 73 Minutes ago
An anonymous reader writes "A band of space hackers and engineers are trying to do something never done before — . With old NASA documents and Rockethub crowdfunding, a team led by Dennis Wingo and Keith
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High-Voltage Transmission Lines to Act as Antenna in First-of-its-Kind NASA Space-Weather
Space Daily - 78 Minutes ago
A NASA scientist is launching a one-to-two-year pilot project this summer that takes advantage of U.S. high-voltage power transmission lines to measure a phenomenon that has caused widespread power outages
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NASA Satellite Images Aid Great Barrier Reef Protection
Sensors & Systems - 108 Minutes ago
by James Cook University Hits: 81 James Cook University researchers are using images from NASA satellites to help protect the Great Barrier Reef from polluted land run-off. Researchers have developed
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US Leading the Path to Mars: NASA Chief Charles Bolden (Op-Ed)
LiveScience.com - 2 Hours ago
Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator Date: 24 April 2014 Time: 07:00 PM ET [Pin It] Monday, April 14, 9 a.m. Because of its eccentric orbit, Mars will be at its closest to Earth today, almost
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Hubble Measures Distances in the Cosmos
About - 2 Hours ago
One of Hubble Space Telescope's most fascinating discoveries isn't necessarily a pretty picture. It's something quite profound: refining distance measurements of the universe. Yes, it sounds rather boring,
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April 24th, 2014 Bitcoins soon may go off the grid and into space. One private venture
Space.com - 3 Hours ago
By Megan Gannon, News Editor Date: 24 April 2014 Time: 06:07 PM ET The Bitcoin symbol resembles a dollar sign with a double-barred letter B. CREDIT: ppart | Shutterstock Bitcoins soon may
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April 24th, 2014 The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) multi-faceted
Space.com - 3 Hours ago
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) multi-faceted project (satellite recycling , repair, construction) is looking to reduce the cost of geosynchronous orbit satellites, with 'Satlets'.
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April 24th, 2014 The agile drones play a variety of specially rigged musical instruments
Space.com - 3 Hours ago
FOLLOW By Mike Wall, Senior Writer Date: 24 April 2014 Time: 04:22 PM ET A still from a video by KMEL Robotics shows flying "hexrotors" playing music on specially modified musical instruments.
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NASA tries space kits to engage kids in science and space
News.net - 110 Minutes ago
By Sarah McBride NEW YORK (Reuters) - Making mini satellite dishes that collect signals or building remote-controlled mini Rovers such as the kind NASA has used on Mars are the types of activities that
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Mystery Solved: Supernova Lies Behind Cosmic ‘Magnifying Glass’
Discover Magazine - 3 Hours ago
Schematic illustration of the magnification by a galaxy. A massive object between us and the supernova bends light rays much as a glass lens can focus light. As more light rays are directed toward the
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Solving the Mystery of a Superluminous Supernova
ScienceNewsline - 3 Hours ago
An exceptionally bright supernova reported in 2013 is so luminous, a new study reports, because a lens in the sky amplified its light. The discovery of the lens settles an important controversy in the
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Cosmic Illusion Revealed
ScienceNewsline - 3 Hours ago
Kashiwa Japan - A team of researchers led by Robert Quimby at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) has announced the discovery of a galaxy that magnified a
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Hubble telescope's launch celebrates 24th anniversary
KFVS12 - 2 Hours ago
(NASA/CNN) – The Hubble Space telescope has been sending amazing images of the universe back to Earth for 24 years now. Hubble was launched into orbit on board the space shuttle Discovery on April 24,
Hubble Space Telescope Instruments Star in New Smithsonian Exhibit Birmingham Star
Hubble Space Telescope exhibit launched Examiner.com
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Geosciences, astrophysics departments see increase in number of concentrators
Daily Princetonian - 69 Minutes ago
Both the geosciences and the astrophysical sciences departments experienced a near doubling in the numbers of declared sophomore concentrators this year. Ten students in the Class of 2016 signed into
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SLUG Photos: The Cosmonauts @ The Garage 04.16 with Super 78 & Black Sea
SLUG Magazine - 81 Minutes ago
Da Mafia 6ix, Twisted Insane, Whitney Peyton, Sozay, Alan Winkle, etc. @ Lo-Fi Cafe No Safe Way Home, Stories Of Ambition, Search Lights, Our City Skyline, Constellations @ Loading Dock No Safe Home,
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Spacewatch: Supplying the ISS | Science
DailyMe.Com - 2 Hours ago
A Dragon cargo vessel is grappled by the ISS’s robotic arm. Photograph: SpaceX Since the final space[1] shuttle retired in 2011, the only means of flying astronauts to and from the International Space
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Build your own space station with LittleBits' NASA-approved kit
DailyMe.Com - 2 Hours ago
Many kids want to become astronauts, but getting them to embrace day-to-day space science is tougher -- it's not as exciting as setting foot on Mars[1]. NASA is all too aware of this challenge, so it
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Sign in to read: Big bang breakthrough: The dark side of inflation - space - 24
DailyMe.Com - 2 Hours ago
(Image: Julien Vallée www.valleeduhamel.com) SUITABLE clients at Milliways, Douglas Adams's Restaurant at the End of the Universe, would have experienced six impossible things before breakfast. In the
Sign in to read: Big bang breakthrough: The dark side of inflation - space - 23 DailyMe.Com
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NASA Chief: Humanity’s Future Depends On Mission To Mars
Time - 7 Hours ago
NASA administrator Charles F. Bolden grabbed the public’s attention at the Humans 2 Mars Summit laying out a multi-billion dollar plan to get humans on the surface of Mars by 2030. “If this species
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