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What NASA's Epic Solar Probe Launch felt like

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – It was a good morning to look up. Mars was low over my shoulder, close and bright and fiery, when I was on a gravel road over the Banana River Sunday (12 Aug) here at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. A little breeze held the mosquitoes away, and Perseid meteors popped up every now and …

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Breakthroughs like New Caledonia vote to protect coral reefs | Environment

New Caledonia has agreed on tougher protection around a large part of some of the world's last, untouched coral reefs, in a conservation that is preserved as a major breakthrough. The Pacific, a French Overseas Territory, is home to a rich variety of wildlife including 2.5 million seabirds and more than 9,300 marine species like dugongs and nesting green sea …

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How artificial intelligence and 360 cameras help save coral reefs

C Limit change has become a coral reef that decimates the local marine species that call them at home, as at least the first major observations were recorded in the Caribbean 1980. Thank you, new A.I. Cataloging designed to identify the geographic areas where coral still thrives hopes to reverse the trend, saving some of the world's most dense and …

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New Caledonia protects huge coral reefs

New Caledonia agreed on Tuesday for harder protection around a large part of some of the world's last, almost pristine coral reefs, in a conservation conservatory shielded as a major breakthrough. The Pacific, a French Overseas Territory, is home to a wealth of wildlife including 2.5 million seabirds and over 9,300 marine species, such as dugons – marine mammals related …

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"Earlier space weather can help avoid future threats"

Data from earlier space weather can help us better understand the future cosmic events and plan for any threats they may make for the Earth, researchers say. Space weather can interfere with electronics, aviation and satellite systems and communications, "said researchers at the University of Warwick in Britain. This is due to solar activity, but since it is different for …

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Potential for exciting scientific and commercial opportunities

The detection of "mini-moons" – small asteroids temporarily caught in a circulation around the globe – will improve our scientific understanding of the asteroids and soil system, "says a new review published in the areas of astronomy and space science. To date, these small and fast visitors have discovered detection of existing technology, with only one confirmed minimum detection so …

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Super insulation gel can help build Mars habitats

Washington, Aug 14 (PTI) Researchers have developed a transparent heat-resistant gel with the help of algae as one day can be used to build greenhouse habitats for humans colonized on Mars. "Airgel", which looks like a plated plastic contact line, can also be used on buildings on earth to help with major savings on energy costs. It's so resistant to …

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SpaceX Crew Dragon: What's like in Space's spacecraft for NASA

Space Space and Crew Dragon spacecraft as SpaceX will use to launch NASA astronauts in space. SpaceX SpaceX allowed some reporters to their Hawthorne, California headquarters on Monday for Close-up watching a new spacecraft and spacecraft for NASA astronauts. The aerospace company, founded by tech mogul Elon Musk, built its Crew Dragon hardware as part of the Agency's Commercial Crew …

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Therefore, ISRO must postpone the Chandrayaan-2 mission again

This handout image provided by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) shows the moon's surface taken by Moon Impact Probe (MIP) after separation from India's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft on November 14, 2008. [19659003] Reuters [19659003] As we previously reported, ISRO further delayed India's second moon mission Chandrayaan-2. Originally, it was scheduled to be launched in April this year and that date …

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Watch NASA Start Its Sun-Skimming Parker Solar Probe

Parker Solar Probe blasted from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Sunday and sat on the course to become both the fastest human craft ever launched (near 692,018 km per hour) and the first to set the exterior [19659002] After the BBC, NASA has subsequently confirmed that the probe is successfully separated from its rocket and continues on …

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