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Mystical light flashes come from deep space, and AI found only more of them

An artist's illustration of a quick line break that reaches the ground. The different colors indicate different wavelengths. Credit: Jingchuan Yu, Beijing Planetarium Last year's mysterious outbreak of deep space light flashes where even more frenzy than before, a new study report. On Aug. 26, 2017, astronomers with the Breakthrough Listen project – a $ 100 million search for intelligent …

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Less NASA, more NASCAR: Space Agency Mulls Branding Deals for Rockets

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is keen to hand over US space activities to the private sector. He has not only tried to get companies to take over the international space station, but he is also looking at the possibility that brands emblazoning their names on rockets, less NASA as we know, and more NASCAR. NASA avoids serious allegations of any …

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SETI-Neural Network sets up dozens of new mysterious signals coming from distant galaxies – TechCrunch

The constant optimists in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI, have joined the rest of the world by distributing AI to help handle huge data sets – and their efforts are almost instantly fruitful. Twenty-two new "fast radio outages" from a mysterious noisy galaxy 3 billion miles away were discovered in previously analyzed data using a custom machine learning …

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Cosmonaut shows space station holes to calm the public

A cosmonaut on Monday showed a gap in the international space station that caused loss of oxygen after Russia suggested the leak could have been deliberately caused. Kosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev uploaded a video on social media showing the small sealed hole in the wall of a Russian soyuz spacecraft docked on the ISS. "As you can see, everything is calm …

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Lectures on sick orca, J50 and orca photogrammetry at the Whale Museum | Update

Submitted by Whale Museum Check out two upcoming lectures on the orcas at the Whale Museum. On September 18th, Brad Hanson, a wildlife biologist with the Northwest Fisheries Science Center, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will discuss "Health Care and Intervention Activities with J50 (Scarlet)." This lecture will be held at 19:00 on Tuesday, September 18, at the Whale …

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China launches new marine satellite

China sent a new marine satellite to a run Friday to help improve the understanding of maritime waters and climate change. A long March 2C rocket with satellite HY-1C took off at 11:15 am from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern China's Shanxi province. The satellite HY-1C will help monitor ocean color and water temperatures, providing basic data for …

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SpaceX spikes another rocket landing on its droneship

SpaceX has once again spotted a droneship landing of one of its rockets in its 16th flight this year. The airline company Falcon 9, in a brand new Block 5 configuration, was launched from Cape Canaveral at the beginning of Monday morning with Canadian satellite Telstar 18 Vantage two track. <p class = "canvas-atom canvas text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) …

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