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Engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are currently working on a project to build the first drone helicopter that will fly on Mars in less than three years. In cooperation with AeroVironment Inc., a Monrovia-based company such as JPL specializes in unmanned aerospace and tactical missile systems, and has built two development models of Mars helicopters, both of …

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NASA reveals experimentally calm supersonic plan

In 1947, Captain Chuck Yeager became the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. Pilot of the X-1 supersonic plane, he left this goal in the dust of the craft he nicknamed "Glamorous Glennis" after his wife. Now, over 70 years later, the American Air Force has received the latest supersonic planet, its experimental "X-Plan" designation, NASA …

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July 2018 Blood's Total Moon Eclipse: Date, best time to see it

There are good news and bad news regarding the total lunar eclipse on 27-28 July. The good news is lunar eclipse will be the longest of 21 st for 1 hour and 43 minutes. From the beginning to the end, the moon will take almost 4 hours to cross the earth's dark umbrella shadow, EarthSky reported. The bad news? People …

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Mars Global Storm is not over

NASA's old Opportunity Rover can sleep through the rough dark weather, but curiosity is on schedule, sending to earth incredible pictures of skidding filled with dust. It has been more than a month since the red planet has been swallowed up in dust. It started on the side of the planet where Opportunity Rover roamed, and it then spread towards …

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Global warming can be twice as much as predicted by climate models

Sunset. Credit: Patrik Linderstam, Unsplash A new study based on evidence from previous hot periods suggests that global warming can be double what is expected. The future global warming can eventually be twice as hot as projected by climate models, and the sea level may rise six meters or more, although the world meets the 2 ° C target, according …

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Meteorite search restores two small fragments

An eight-hour search of the ocean floor of the Washington Coast on Monday gave two small fragments of molten rock as scientists suspect are the remains of the meteor that exploded in a fireball and plunged into the ocean in March. The fragments must be analyzed microscopically to confirm they came from space, but the NASA scientist who led the …

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The toxic side of the moon

Credit: ESA / NASA When the Apollo astronauts returned from the moon, the dust that clung to their space jackets made their throats sore and their eyes water. Lunar dust is made of sharp, abrasive and nasty particles, but how toxic is it to humans? "Moonfowl fever", as NASA astronaut Harrison Schmitt described during the Apollo 17 mission, created symptoms …

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Cosmic crash with the dwarf galaxy transformed Winter Street: Study

A dramatic head-on collision with a dwarf galax, called the galaxy Gaia Sausage, about 10 billion years ago, transformed the structure of our galaxy, Vintergatan, designs both its inner belly and its outer halo, new research suggests. The dwarf did not survive the influence. It fell quickly, and the wreck is now around us, according to the results. "The collision …

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Mystical rogue planet "struck into Uranus" and changed it forever

A planet, twice the size of the earth, gave our most unfortunate name the planet its odd slope. <p class = "canvas-atom canvas text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0)) – sm" type = "text" content = "In an early history of the solar system, a mysterious planet struck twice the size of the earth [19659002] into Uranus and changed ice cream …

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