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Strawberry Moon 2018: What is it? Best time to see this full moon?

(CNN) – It is time for another remarkable heavenly event. Be sure to throw your eyes on the sky tonight for the 2018s strawberry month. And for the sincere eyes there is a heavenly bonus with a prominent appearance from Saturn. So you are not disappointed or confused, first things first: The moon will not look like a big round …

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The launch of NASA's James Webb space telescope is delayed again as costs rise

The launch of NASA's often delayed James Web space telescope, the most expensive science spacecraft ever built, will slide for at least another 10 months, until March 30, 2021, due to technical issues and management woes, driving its already astronomical cost to around $ 9.66 billion, $ 837 million higher than previous estimates, the agency reported Wednesday. In the wake …

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Orangutan Studies offers hope of conservation

The development of orangutans has been more influenced by humans than previously thought suggests new research. A team of researchers has felt the light on the development of the critically threatened species, and their findings offer new opportunities for orangutan conservation. One of the closest living relatives of man, orangutan, has become a symbol of nature's vulnerability to human actions …

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Interstellar Visitor Oumuamua is a comedy after all

It turns out that "Oumuamua, our first known interstellar visitor, is after all a comet. This cosmic object was discovered in 2017 by researchers with the Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) with the Panoramic Survey Telescope. Its strange, cigar-like shape, its lack of both a tail and a coma has made it difficult to categorize – some suggested it could accommodate …

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Saturn Moon Enceladus is the first Alien "Water World" with complex organic substances

Cassini spacecraft flew first through the robbers of Saturn's Moon Enceladus in November 2009 and took this picture on the way. Now new data suggest that these plumes may contain complex organic (carbon-based) molecules. Credit: NASA / JPL / Space Science Institute Complex organic molecules have been discovered for the first time from the depths of Saturn's moon Enceladus, a …

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Space Dumpling & # 39; Rendezvous: Japan's Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft arrives at Asteroid Ryugu

Optical Navigation Camera – Telescopic ONC-T) Image of Ryugu, Photographed at 12:50 (JST), June 26, 2018. (Credit: JAXA, Tokyo University, Kochi University, Rikkyo University , Nagoya University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Meiji University, University of Aizu, AIST) After a journey of almost 2 billion miles, Japan's Hayabusa 2 spacecraft has arrived at the asteroid Ryugu. The spacecraft made its rendezvous …

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Dark matter "Test" will either prove its existence or change gravity

F or something that probably accounts for 85 percent of the universe's total mass, we do not know much about dark matter. Sometimes the light, massless things reveal their form; Secondly, it supports complete evidence supporting its existence. Since we can not observe the first hand, we rely on indirect ways to extract information about its existence, such as looking …

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Asteroid Arrival! Japanese Probe reaches the "Spinning-Top" Space Rock Ryugu

This image of asteroid Ryugu was taken on June 26, 2018 by the Hayabusa2 probe's optical navigation camera, one day before the probe's rendezvous with the spacecraft. The picture was taken about 14 kilometers from the asteroid. Credit: JAXA, Tokyo University, Kochi University, Rikkyo University, Nagoya University, Chiba University of Technology, Meiji University, University of Aizu, AIST The Japanese spacecraft …

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Japan's Hayabusa 2 spacecraft arrives at Asteroid Ryugu

Japan's space agency has confirmed Hayabusa 2's arrival to the home for the next 18 months – asteroid Ryugu. Hayabusa 2's optical navigation camera took this image of Ryugu on June 26, 2018. JAXA / Tokyo University and Partners We got a peek at a new world leader in the interior solar system this week, because the Japanese Space Research …

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Hayabusa2: Japanese spacecraft reaches Ryugu-asteroid after 3-year trip

The Hayabusa2 spacecraft arrived on Wednesday at the asteroid Ryugu after leaving a journey of 300 million kilometers from Earth, which began in December 2014, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said. The aircraft is approximately 20 kilometers from the asteroid, from where it will launch a projectile in the mountain in an attempt to dig the sample underneath the surface. Later, …

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