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Zero-gravity oxygen breakthrough gives rise to hopes for space travel on a long way

Charles W Dunnill of Swansea University explains how a method of making oxygen from zero gravity can make sustainable space travel possible. Space agencies and private companies already have advanced plans to send people to Mars in the next few years – ultimately colonizing it. And with a growing number of discoveries of earthy planets around nearby stars, space travel …

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Two Asteroids Released Around Earth Undetected Last Weekend

Two small asteroids smuggled safely across Earth last weekend, just to be discovered hours after they had buzzed our planet. 2018 NX and 2018 NW glides over our blue-green orb in a distance of just 72,000 miles and 76,000 miles respectively. It's about a third of the distance from Earth to Moon. Researchers believe that the asteroids stretched both between …

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NASA needs backup plan to maintain US presence at space station, Watchdog Says: NPR

International Space Station (ISS), computer technology. Sciepro / Getty Images / Science Photo Library RF hide caption change caption Sciepro / Getty Images / Science Photo Library RF International Space Station (ISS), computer production. Sciepro / Getty Images / Science Photo Library RF A state watchdog agency wants NASA to come up with a contingency plan to bring American astronauts …

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Horoscope for July 12, 2018

Subscribe to unlimited digital access. Try a month for $ 1! Subscribe to unlimited digital access. Try a month for $ 1! Subscribe Print subscriber? Moon Alert Until 9:30 p.m. Chicago Time, we have "everything ready" to shop and do business. The new moon takes place in cancer. Aries (21 March-19 April) Today, family talks, especially with a female relative, …

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It became known when the Earth is closer to the planet-killer that causes earthquakes

<img class = "aligncenter" src = "http://sivpost.com/wp-content/uploads/adc3a94c46a861f498dfdfa5efd3c582.jpg" alt = "At the end of summer 2018, Nibiru would approach dangerously near the ground. Even the astronomers believe The Australian astronomer was posted in social networking video, which mysterious planet-killer called Nibiru approaches the ground. The researchers found that the outer diameter of the object is about 260,000 km, twice the size …

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ISS astronaut talks with students about his life in space | Local news

In the small lobby of the Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport, 40 youngsters read jittery smiles as they stared on a regular projector screen on a very unusual occasion. Attendees in the summer of Aviation Heritage Park watched a live transfer between astronaut Alexander Gerst and students visiting NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia on Tuesday afternoon. The lovely astronaut …

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Old "Ghost Dunes" found on Mars can hold clues to former Alien Life

About two billion years ago, the "ghost dunes" on Mars could contain traces of past microbial life hidden in old sandstones. You have already heard of blue sand dunes on Mars, recently reported by Inquisitr but what are "ghosts"? Well, as you undoubtedly know now, the surface of the red planet is divided by sand dunes. Some of them are …

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Why NASA's James Webb Telescope is going to study gas giants before looking for foreigners-Technology News, Firstpost

The latest addition to NASA's toolbox in its search for habitable planets larger than Earth, called the "superhero", is Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Launched in April 2018, its primary goal is to scan regions in the cosmos just outside our solar system for planets that can support life. At the slightest glance at a potential lead that TESS discovers, …

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NASA switch on laser light of climate science satellites GRACE Follow-On – Brinkwire

NASA has powered the laser interferometer or LRI instrument aboard the recently launched dual climate monitoring satellites Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On or GRACE-FO. The satellites were launched from Vandenberg's Air Force Base in California on May 22 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Working As Expected LRI, who flew as a demonstration of technology, already made its first …

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Boca Chica launch site gets large rocket launcher containers

In the latest sign of SpaceX's future launch site at Boca Chica Beach, a 95,000 gallon liquid oxygen reservoir was delivered to the site via the platform car Wednesday afternoon. The massive "LOX" tank, which can hold almost as much as 20 tankers, will be installed later this year. SpaceX spokesman Sean Pitt said it points to the company's continued …

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