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Spacecraft spies ice-filled Mars crater | space

<! – -> An amazing perspective view of the ice-filled Korolev crater, seen by Mars Express. Picture via ESA / DLR / FU Berlin / BY-SA 3.0 IGO. Mars is known for its polar ice caps – consisting of both water ice and carbon dioxide ice – which stand strongly against the surrounding rusty terrain. But abundant ice can be …

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A NASA Spacecraft Found Signs of Water Inside and Asteroid

Share The most likely came from a larger parent asteroid. By Colin Stevens Data from NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission reveals that water mixed with clay minerals has been discovered in the asteroid Bennu. As reported by NASA, the OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer) spacecraft made this discovery during the mission's approach between mid-August and early December, about 1.4 …

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Super Blood Wolf Moon & # 39; appears in the sky next month

Get ready for "Super Blood Wolf Moon": The first full moon in the New Year comes with a lunar eclipse and seems incredibly close to Earth On January 20-21, the full moon will be a supermoon, and there will be a lunar eclipse Supermoon means that it sits in the nearest point to the Earth in its monthly path Since …

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50 years ago, astronauts revolved the moon for the first time

Apollo 8: Alternative on the road Just two months after the end of the successful first manned Apollo flight … three astronauts are ready to fly this Saturday to within 70 miles of the moon surface. The Apollo 8 plan is that the astronauts will fly as many as 10 courses around the moon before they go home. – Science …

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Elon Musk says he is building "Starship" in Texas

Billionaire Elon Musk builds a massive rocket prototype in Texas. On Monday, the executive director of SpaceX, a private aviation industry and space transport services, who managed over 20 launches in 2018, provided a picture on Twitter of a preliminary model of the space ship, considered "Starship." The rocket currently under construction at the company's Boca Chica Village site near …

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Gases within giant planets such as Jupiter and Saturn do not react with each other

Gases in giant planets such as Jupiter and Saturn do not react with each other: Microscopic experiments with lasers reveal hydrogen and helium molecules do not bind under pressure Small mixtures of hydrogen and helium were put under enormous pressure [19659003] A laser beam then illuminates the printed mixture of gases This created distinct light patterns that revealed the structure …

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Do not miss these 5 astronomical events that will come in 2019

December 27, 2018 By Brian Lada AccuWeather meteorologist and staff author December 27, 2018, 2:56:26 EST Share: The New Year will bring several remarkable astronomy events that will appear to many in the United States, including a rare celestial adaptation that won It will happen again until the 2030s. In addition to these great events, 2019 will also include three …

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NASA will reach its most distant goal yet on New Year's Day

If all goes well New Horizons comes within 2,200 miles of Ultima Thule, a small object about 19 miles wide and over 4 billion miles from Earth. Scientists hope Ultima can provide clues about how dwarf planets such as Pluto formed and look at what our solar system was like billions of years ago. Since Ultima is so far from …

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