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SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket, Human First Spacecraft

Earlier this week, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Instagram wrote a photo he wrote " main tools for the Big Spectrum Spacecraft Big Falcon Rocket (BFR)." "The picture shows a large six-cylinder cylinder when it comes to the template to use which parts of the BRF composition to be built. The tool is one of the first real incarnations of …

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Theorist describes black hole megamergers | space

<! – -> The video above – via MIT astrophysicist Carl Rodriguez – shows a simulation of the 50 black hole dynamics in the middle of a global star cluster. It shows how single black holes may form a binary black hole where two black holes circle each other. Rodriguez has in recent years investigated the behavior of black holes …

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Get ready for the next big deal in NASA's search for Earth's twin: Two-way: NPR

An artist's representation of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, observes an M-dwarf star with groundbreaking planets. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center hide caption change caption NASA Goddard Space Flight Center An artist's representation of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, observes an M-dwarf star with track planets. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center If signs of life are …

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Putin poles his anti-satellite weapon – Mobile Herald

The species from Putin polish their anti-satellite weapons. Celebrate all space exploration lovers and related topics. You must have heard that Vladimir Putin, who happens to be a Russian president, is particularly interested in impressive and exotic missile technology. Putin raised the Russian federal assembly and his speech sparked eyebrows around the world when he introduced a series of strange …

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Multi-satellite payload high-altitude elevator of Atlas 5 rocket – Spaceflight Now

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifts off at 07:13. EDT (2313 GMT) Saturday. Credit: United Launch Alliance A US Air Force communication and technology demoselliter packet rocketed the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket in a runway over 20,000 miles above the equator after lifting from Cape Canaveral on Saturday night. The dual load mission demanded the most …

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Earth's powerful, climate-shaped water currents are weak and broken and it's time to freak out – Mother Jones

piola666 / iStock / Getty Looking for news you can rely on? Subscribe to our free newsletter. This story was originally published by The Guardian and is displayed here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The hot Atlantic stream in connection with severe and abrupt climate change has now been the weakest of at least 1600 years, showing new …

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Swing by the Foucault pendulum of Valdivia

This Chilean science attraction will mesmerize you. If for some reason you are not enticed by the lush national parks near Valdivia, Chile, there's a mesmerizing attraction located along the banks of the Calle-Calle River: the Pendulo de Foucault, or a Foucault pendulum. While sipping a coffee and taking a breeze, you can watch a 220-pound chrome plated lead ball …

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