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NASA Delays Start James Web Space Telescope until 2021

The web is optimized to see the sky in infrared light, and its instruments must therefore be kept quite cool. Therefore, the telescope will sport a giant sunscreen which is a tennis court, which will evolve after Webb reaches its ultimate goal, a gravity-stable place about 930,000 miles from the ground. The road to that goal has been quite uneven …

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Ancient Moroccan dental remains illustrate the story of lost African fauna

The lower jaw of the Stylolophus minor, the new type of holotype. C is the 3-D model reconstructed from CT scans. It shows by transparency the teeth roots, and above all the front inclinations that are enlarged and oriented (tilted) horizontally as in the early proboscide anphosphate. Length M1-3 Series: 38.5 mm. Scale bar, 10 mm. Credit: Photographs of Philippe …

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After 3 years when Japan Probe Ryugu Asteroid: What now?

A photo of the Ryugu asteroid discovered in 1999. The asteroid is the main focus of the Hayabusa2 mission in the Japanese space organization. After its launch in 2014, the spacecraft began its 18-month stay in space to test the ground to gain insight into the formation of the solar system. ( Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency ) Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 …

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Interstellar visitors Oumuamua is a comedian after all

An artist's illustration of the interstellar object "Oumuamua", which appears to be material. Scientists now suspect that it is a comet after all, and not an asteroid. (ESA / Hubble, NASA, ESO, M. Kornmesser) It turns out that "Oumuamua, our first known interstellar visitor, is a comedy after all. This cosmic object was discovered by scientists with Pan-Star's (Panoramic Survey …

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Scary "foreign" wasps invade victims to fasten on their insides

Researchers have discovered a new species of wasps that live a "cruel parasitic life" like the terrible creatures of Alien movies. The scary murderer is so similar to the fictional monsters that it is named after "xenomorphs" in Ridley Scott's horror movie series. Researchers discovered that adult members of the species Dolichogenidea xenomorph inject eggs into living larvae using a …

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Commercial Airlines Worried: The Billionaire Space Race means heavier air traffic and more flight delays

Commercial airlines were hit by huge costs due to increasing number of space launches each year. A new report estimated that companies spend an additional $ 70,000 for every 10 minutes of a flight delay. SpaceX ) The growth of commercial space flight led by billionaires like Elon Musk poses major operational challenges for domestic and international airlines. A federal …

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Orangutanger has adapted to people for 70,000 years

If you are lucky you may have seen an orangutan in the wild. Most have just watched them on television. In both cases, the animal was probably deep in a remote forest, which is not yet occupied by humans. This is the image we associate with these critically endangered animals: vulnerable, dependent on pristine habitats, and unable to coexist with …

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SpaceX Launch Mission Mission to Space Station Early Friday: See Live

A space launcher 9 rocket launches the company's robot Dragon Capsule on a cargo mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on July 18, 2016, from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The same dragon is scheduled to lift another ISS rescue flight on June 29, 2018. Credit: Tony Gray / NASA SpaceX will launch a new resupply …

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NASA launches the James Webb Space Telescope launch by 2021

NASA has postponed the launch of its spacecraft James Webb space telescope in early 2021. The first telescope of its kind, and unprecedented technological development, Webb is at the forefront of technical innovation and development. NASA launches James Webb Space Telescope launch Washington: NASA has postponed the launch of its spacecraft James Webb Space Telescope to the beginning of 2021 …

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When is the longest eclipse of the 21st century? Where?

The longest total eclipse of the 21st century is almost here. The digital world has begun its frenetic approach to the big event on Friday, July 27th. It has already been called "Blood Moon Eclipse", which is odd because every total lunar eclipse is a blood-moon. There was a total lunar eclipse on 31 January. There will be another on …

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