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How to look at Delta IV heavy rocket launch from Vandenberg CA?

The Delta IV heavy rocket is still about to start from Vandenberg's Air Force Base on Saturday. United Launch Alliance Representative said the launch received a "unanimous go" on Friday after a launch readiness review. The rocket is expected to take a top secret payload in space for the National Reconnaissance Office, the NROL-71 mission. It launches at 11:05 Digital …

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Saturn spent billions of years without its rings, NASA says

Saturn's iconic rings can be relatively new in the cosmic system of things that scientists have determined. According to data collected by NASA's Cassini spacecraft the sixth planet of the sun may have been in billions of years without them. "The findings show that Saturn's rings were formed between 10 million and 100 million years ago," said NASA and Jet …

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A Russian startup wants to start giant billboards in space by 2021

A Russian company has announced a plan to build giant signs in space, highlighting the night sky with ads for companies such as Coke, McDonald's and KFC. If they are successful, we can begin to see ads floating in the air as soon as 2021. On the one hand, this is a pretty amazing technical wonder. The company, StartRocket, plans …

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Apophis asteroid was able to beat the earth in 2068, warning Russian researchers – RT World News

The insatiably named Apophis asteroid could have hundreds of opportunities to hit the earth in the next century, Russian scientists warned. Named after the ancient Egyptian god of evil, darkness and destruction, Apophis 99942 is expected to come within soil 37,600km (23,363 miles), only a tenth of the distance between our planet and the moon, 2029. [19659003] Researchers from the …

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What lies at the bottom of Belize's Great Blue Hole? plastic Bottle

What lies at the bottom of Belize's Great Blue Hole? Plastic Bottles: Richard Branson's Expedition to the Giant Sea Hole Found Pollution next to Astonishing Signs of Climate Change He called the site "proof of how the oceans can rise quickly and disastrously" Belize's Blue Hole has never been fully explored due to technical boundaries Off Yuan Ren for Mailonline …

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Scientists finally know what time it is on Saturn

With the help of new data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, scientists believe they have solved a long-standing mystery of solar system science: the length of a day on Saturn. It is 10 hours, 33 minutes and 38 seconds. The figure has disappeared planetary scientists for decades, since the gas giant has no solid surface with landmarks to track when it …

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10 Year Challenge: How the world has changed in a decade

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Houthi rebels gather in Sana'a, Yemen, where civil war has led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the world Today                  If you have been pretty much anywhere on the internet in the last couple of weeks, you will have no doubt come across # 10YearChallenge on social media. If not, the premise is …

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NASA asteroid SHOCK: Space Agency recognizes "devastating space rock is on its way to EARTH" | Science | News

Apophis 99942 is a 370 meter wide ground path near the earth that continues to be a destructive threat. Initial observations from the space agency in 2004 showed a probability of 2.7% that it could hit the earth in 2029. Further observations later ruled that date and claimed that it would pass through a gravitational needle hole which produced a …

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The long-standing NASA Russian partnership in space can be unraveling

Enlarge / Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin is photographed in October 2018 after launching the failure of a Soyuz-FG rocket. Alexei Filippov / TASS via Getty Images After an American apollo and Soviet Soyuz spacecraft circulated during the Cold War, in 1975, the two leading space powers gradually worked more and more together on civilian space operations. Over time, they forged …

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