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SpaceX wins its first Falcon Heavy Contract – with the Air Force

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "SpaceX claims the title of" the world largest rocket ship machine "four months ago, dethroning Boeing s (NYSE: BA) Delta IV rocket in the process." spaceX claims the title "world's largest rocket launcher" four months ago, dethroning Boeing s …

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NASA to fund projects aimed at making asteroids into giant, autonomous spacecraft-Technology News, Firstpost

NASA recently announced that it would give money to a California-based 3D printing company to find ways to make asteroids into giant, autonomous spacecraft that could fly to space outposts. The space project, known as RAMA (Reconstituting Asteroids in Mechanical Automation), can allow space colonization in one day by helping to make agricultural production efficient and economically feasible, Space.com was …

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This galactic collision formed the history of the wilderness

When the Milky road grew, took shape and thought its own business about 10 billion years ago, it suffered a huge collision with another, lesser galaxy. The cosmic catastrophe changed the Milky Way structure forever and shaped the thick spirals emanating from the super massive black hole at the galaxy's core. Quanta Magazine About Original History Reprinted with permission from …

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Close meeting: NASA researchers study space drop in the sanctuary

PORT ANGELES – There was something different about the meteorites that fell in the Olympic Coast's National Marine Refuge on March 7, a researcher from NASA researchers. Cosmic Dust Curator Marc Fries told the Port Angeles audience that the massive space rocks exploded in a supersonic fireball with pieces that entered the Pacific were probably "mechanically hard" because of how …

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Moon and Mars: double heavenly event comes up this month

With Mars closer than it has been in 15 years, almost double the luster of Jupiter through the naked eye, and the longest total lunar eclipse of the century, space enthusiasts can match the forest for a double heavenly joy this month. On the middle of the night of 27-27 July the moon becomes completely darkened for an hour, 43 …

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Global heat can be double Which models predict

Global warming can be much worse than anticipated by current climate models. Researchers often use records of the earth's past to predict future changes. A recent assessment of previous hot periods shows that future global warming can be twice as hot as projected by climate models and sea levels can rise six meters or more with 2 ° C of …

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WVU professor helps test Einstein theory | News, Sports, Jobs

The Green Telescope Green Bank is displayed. (Photo Provided) MORGANTOWN – Einstein's gravitation theory, general relativity, predicts that all objects fall in the same way, regardless of their mass or composition. But does this principle also hold for objects with extreme gravity? An international team of astronomers, including Duncan Lorimer, West Virginia University professor of physics and astronomy, has tested …

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