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SpaceX's Starship prototype progresses at breakneck rate against jump test

Illustrated by the latest drone images from SpaceX's upcoming Boca Chica, Texas facilities, dozens of SpaceXers and local entrepreneurs have gathered at the company's Starship prototype workplace in recent weeks, advancing it from an empty tent and a collection of parts to a handful of big parishes for what seems to be the first full-scale Starship jumper. Like Falcon 9's …

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2018's most significant achievements in the final frontier of space

SpaceX Despite some spectacular failures, space exploration is still going strong. This year we went to a little further and understand a little bit more about the final frontier – and 2018 was no exception. We said goodbye to a few of our favorite missions, celebrated an anniversary, and got one step closer to Mars. NASA NASA NASA NASA NASA …

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Musk teases Starship in round Twitter posts

<! – During a deluge of Tesla and The Boring Company tweets, SpaceX's founder, CEO and chief rocket designer Elon Musk most recently held the Big Falcon Rocket "Starship". -> Jason Rhian December 30, 2018 Illustration of Starship / Big Falcon Rocket released by SpaceX as the company is preparing to test the massive new vehicle. Image Credit: SpaceX Among …

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In the evening at New Horizon's flyby, Ultima Thule still keeps its mysteries – Spaceflight Now

This image shows the first discovery of the 2014 MU69 (named "Ultima Thule"), with the highest resolution mode (known as "1 × 1") in the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard the spacecraft New Horizons. Three separate images, each with an exposure time of 0.5 seconds, were combined to produce the image shown here. All three photos were taken on …

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Chinese probe in lunar path and set to make historical 1st landing on lunar "dark side" – RT World News

China is set to become the first nation to explore the multifaceted dimensions, after Chang & # 39; e-4 moon probe entered a planned orbit ahead of its much-anticipated landing on the uncovered part of Earth's satellite. "The probe has entered an elliptical lunar path, with the peril [closest point] about 15 km and the apolon [maximum distance] at about …

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China Probe Set To Land On The Far Side Of The Moon

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin <div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " A Chinese space probe is getting ready to be the first ever craft to land on the far side of the moon, according to the official Xinhua news agency. The Chang'e 4 spacecraft started its planned elliptical lunar orbit this morning, coming as close …

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Top 10 Astronomy News Stories of 2018

Astronomers have made great progress this year in their quest to observe the universe. Here is an overview of the astronomy news in 2018. It has been an exciting year for space missions. When launching against the inner solar system in an epic quest to touch the sun, another solar system left completely to touch interstellar space – a lot …

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Rabbinic Expert: First Super Blood Moon of the Year Signs of Earthquakes, Governments Will Fall – Break Israel News

The sun should turn into darkness and the moon in blood. "Joel 3: 4 (Bible of Israel) Blood Moon. (Credit: Nabarun / Wikimedia Commons) On the evening of January 21, when Tu's Shvats vacation begins, a moonlight will pass over Washington DC, Just as the president reaches halfway through his term in office, Eclipse will be a superb blood moon …

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