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Naval Research Laboratory Marks 60 years in space with Vanguard

More than 60 years ago, the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) launched what has become the longest remaining artificial object in space. Launched in March 1958, Vanguard I, part of the Vanguard project, is a small aluminum color (16.5 cm in diameter) designed to participate in the International Geophysical Year (IGY) – a series of coordinated observations of various geophysical …

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Researchers explain the mysterious warming of the moon

The moon was heated to about 2-4 degrees Celsius. As evidenced by a new study of the mysterious moon's heat in the 70's of the last century, it can be attributed to the astronauts' activities. To move or move with Rover near the pits dug to measure heat flow so that the latter could iron the lower layers of the …

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& # 39; Buzzsaw Shark & ​​# 39; fossil landed in eastern Idaho

POCATELLO – Idaho Museum of Natural History has added its already impressive collection of prehistoric shark fossils. The newest fossil is a spiral of teeth from a helicoprion – a prehistoric shark-like creature that lived about 270 million years since 19659002. The fossil was donated to the museum on campus at the Idaho State University campus of Monsanto, who found …

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Rare intermediate black hole was found cutting star

The science community is convinced of the presence of super massive black holes, which are billions of times as massive as the sun, and of star mass black holes, which have a mass of only five to 30 times so from the sun. But the presence of mid-black black holes (IMBH), whose size falls somewhere in the middle, has been …

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Adopted "Alien Ships" Crashed on Mars Has A Much More Everyday Explanation – BGR

An incredible bizarre function on Mars, which conspiracy theorists believes is clear evidence of alien life is really just a really weird rock formation, according to a new study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research. Ancient volcanoes once active on the surface of the red planet, combined with hundreds of millions of years of winning erosion, are responsible for …

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Hayabusa 2 gets a closer look at asteroid Ryugu

The Japanese exploration spacecraft Hayabusa 2 has captured the most detailed images so far its target – near asteroid Ryugu. Once at the asteroid, Hayabusa 2 will distribute a lander and three little robbers before they get surface samples for return and create an artificial crater on the surface of the asteroid. Hayabusa 2 is the successor to the Japan …

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New radio telescope in South Africa will study galaxy formation | Science

MeerKAT's 64 dishes can study how hydrogen moves around galaxies. SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO ASTRONOMI OBSERVATORIUM By Daniel Clery Jun. 19, 2018, 13:00 Today, Square Astronomy Array (SKA) announced a continually exciting radio astronomy project that Spain has embarked on as a 11th member of the collaboration. This support will help the sometimes worrying project as it will form an international …

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