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Black Astronaut Jeanette Epps has not received a reason for removal from the International Space Station Mission

The NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps has still not had the reason why her historical mission was lifted to the International Space Station. Epps would be the first black long-term crew member on board the ISS. ( Jeanette Epps | Twitter ) In January, just as the NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps would make history as the first long-term black astronaut aboard …

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New galactic test clarifies the existence of dark matter

June 25 (UPI) – New computer models designed to simulate the distribution of dwarf axes surrounding Milky Way have clarified the presence of dark matter. The models helped scientists to simulate "radial acceleration relationship" or RAR, caused the relationship between the satellite galaxies drawing the drag between galactic matter. RAR considers the galaxic observed circular acceleration and acceleration to be …

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Look at the night sky to see Saturn shining along the full moon

Select your calendars. This week's night sky gives a visual celebration of heavenly proportions. As soon as the sun sets this week, look east. If you have a clear picture, you can see Saturn glowing strongly, because the Earth's orbit brings us directly between Saturn and the Sun on Wednesday. According to a NASA skywatching video, it's best time to …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson's new book teaches astrophysics to children quickly

Neil deGrasse Tyson knows that young people are in a hurry, but they can still learn astrophysics. Rick Kern Neil deGrasse Tyson believes children can learn astrophysics as well, and he adjusts his time-saving bestseller to the subject to teach them. Tyson's 2017 astrophysics for people in a hurry is adapted to astrophysics for young people in a hurry and …

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Why it had been impossible for a T. rex to stick out his tongue

A mouth of giant bone-cracking teeth can be the scary thing about a dinosaur. But there is something about the image of a wet, waggling Tyrannosaurus tongue that is particularly disturbing. To our help, researchers have discovered that most dinosaur tongues – including the powerful T. rex – can not awaken much. In a new study, researchers compared fossil hyoid …

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The biggest fireball asteroid in 2018 exploded across Russia, but NASA does not notice it after consequences

A volleyball asteroid hit Russia near Lipestak town on June 21. Although NASA promised to trace asteroids, it failed to detect this until it reached the ground. ( Customers and Gamblers. | YouTube ) As NASA sucks its technology for detecting and preventing asteroids, it seems that people in Russia only encountered their own fireball. What happened in Russia? NASA …

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China's new space station appears unexpectedly against the earth, confusing experts

China's Tiangong-1 space station caused a feeling earlier this year when it crashed into the ground in an uncontrolled fireball. Now, its successor, Tiangong-2, has shown some strange behavior, which has left experts surprised. [June19659002] On June 13, spacecraft unexpectedly fell from its usual circulation 242 miles to 183 miles before returning to its original position, according to Jonathan McDowell, …

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Video shows chill astronauts when they start to space station

Explosion in space of almost 18,000 km / h seems unpleasant. But three space-stationed astronauts seemed deeply silent as they threw through the earth's atmosphere on June 6th. On Monday morning, space researcher Alexander Gerst discussed a video shot inside Soyuz spacecraft he and two astronauts launched to the international space station. They traveled over 1,000 miles in less than …

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A new supervolcano brewer under Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire

A Google Earth view showing Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, where an unexpected large blob of melt magma has been discovered. (Credit: Google Earth, News.com.au) Somewhat unexpected has gradually become known to geologists in the United States. A large mass of molten rock creeps up under the nation's northeastern state. "The onset we discovered is like a hot air balloon …

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