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Russia launches large new space telescope after delays

MOSCOW (AP) – A Russian proton-M rocket successfully launched an exciting space telescope in circulation on Saturday after the days of launch delayed Russia's space agency. Roscosmos said that the Spektr-RG telescope was delivered to a parking lot before a final burn Saturday that kicked the spacecraft from the Earth's orbit and further to its final destination: L2 Lagrange point. …

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Apollo 11 anniversary celebrations: Great ways to land moon landing

(CNN) – From museum exhibitions to outdoor fairs and themed hotel packages, there are literally hundreds of events happening around the United States this month (and throughout 2019) in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. [19659003] The world-famous mission – when humans first touched the moon – made astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong instant celebrities. The men …

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Gravity's mystery can prove that our multiverse exists

The problem of gravity: Solving the mystery under our feet by Richard Panek Even today, right now, in 2019, humanity still does not know what gravity it is. Sure, we know what it does and how it affects everything from the properties of other basic forces to movements of every piece of matter in the whole universe. But about the …

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Spektr-RG lifts off

Proton sends spectra-RG into deep space! After two delays from June 21 and July 12, the Proton rocket lifted off with the Spektr-RG astrophysics observatory on July 13, 2019. Within next two hours , the block DM-03 upper stage successfully sent the spacecraft to the L2 Lagrange point in the Earth-Sun system, the first Russian or Soviet mission to do …

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Two magical places that sent Apollo 11 to the moon and the back

Initially, the computer on the moon module had 33 kilobytes of memory. Today's computers have millions of times more. An upgraded version doubled the memory to 66 kilobytes. "When we got that extra memory we had no problem inserting digital autopilot into the additional memory, " Dr. Fir. Fifteen years ago, as Apollo 11 made its way to the moon, …

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Archinaut, a Construction Robot for Space, Could Launch a Test Flight in 2022

Off-Earth manufacturing is set to take a leap for a few years from now. NASA has awarded California startup Made In Space $ 73.7 million to give the company " Archinaut " spacecraft-assembly technology an orbital test. The "Archinaut One" demonstration craft will launch to low Earth orbit subscribed to Rocket Lab Electron booster no earlier than 2022, NASA officials …

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The definitive, undeniable evidence that Apollo 11 landed on the moon

This is the 43rd in an exclusive series of 50 articles, published every day until July 20, and explores the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. You can check 50 days for the moon here every day . The United States sent astronauts to the moon, they landed, they walked around, they drove around, they deployed lots of instruments, …

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Scientists reveal the first ever image of quantum entanglement

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Curiosity Rover on Mars Spotted from Space in Awesome NASA Photo

A camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter discovered the rover's rover on May 31, 2019. (Image Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech) You just can't go anywhere these days without a satellite watching your activities, and yes it includes Mars. A spacecraft around the red planet got a glimpse of the rolling NASA Curiosity Rover scales the mountain Aeolis Mons (informally called …

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