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Climate change kills coral on the Great Barrier Reef: The Two-Way: NPR

There are variations in the appearance of strong pale corals. Here, the coral shows pink fluorescent tissue signal heat stress. ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies / Gergely Torda hide caption change subtitle ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies / Gergely Torda There are variations in the appearance of highly bleached corals. Here the coral pink …

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NASA includes 3D printing with Orion Spacecraft

When NASA launches Orion Spacecraft 2023, it will not only send four astronauts on a trip around the moon. It will send more than 100 3D printed parts in the universe. Digital printing company Stratasys on Tuesday confirmed its role in delivering next-generation printed parts to the deep space module. Stratasys and Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies (PADT) collaborate with …

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Astronomers Test the "DNA" of 340,000 stars

This website can earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of Use. Like all other stars in the universe, our sun was not born in isolation. The same cloud of dust and gas that gave rise to the sun and all planets merged into other star systems that have since disappeared from us. Researchers from Australia have …

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The star "DNA" survey can reunite the sun with its lost siblings

Pupils in distant stars could reveal if they were from the same stall chamber as our sun. Credit: SDO / NASA The sun depends on a cosmic family reunion? A new survey of 1 million stars in the Milky Way galaxy can help astronomers to link our sun to their lost siblings. [19659005] The investigation will identify stellar "DNA": the …

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In Florida, all systems are running SpaceX's launch of space telescope

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) – SpaceX said that all systems and weather were "on its way" for Wednesday of its first highest priority scientific mission for NASA, a planet jumping telescope whose launch was delayed for two days by rocket guidance. PHOTO PHOTO: NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, scheduled to launch from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, …

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Take 2 for the launch of NASA planet-hunting spacecraft

This photo was released by SpaceX Wednesday, April 18, 2018 shows a Falcon 9 rocket carrying NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Fla. Once in circulation, TESS will be compared to hundreds of thousands of bright nearby stars, seeking planets that can support life. (SpaceX via AP) (Associated Press) by Marcia Dunn | …

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Skeptics Claim Moon Landing is fake after analyzing new images

Conspiracy theorists have long claimed that the details of the moon landing were hidden, and many have pointed to a recently analyzed photo as potential evidence of the fact. Although there is a mountain evidence that confirms that we have Facts have made deepen in space and have gone on the moon, there is a dedicated group of people who …

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NASA to conduct supersonic air research across Galveston

Please enable JavaScript to view this video GALVESTON, Texas – Aircraft are quite fast – but they can be even faster! NASA is preparing for a series of supersonic research flights across the Galveston area that can change how we fly. "What they are trying to do is find here a way to travel at supersonic speeds without the high …

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Meteorite full of small diamonds may have come from a dead planet

After a 4.5 billion year's voyage through space, a car crash stone fell to earth on October 7, 2008. The rocky meteorite, called asteroid 2008 TC 3 went through the atmosphere, exploded and rained its pieces over it Nubian desert in Africa. Meteorite hunters recovered about 50 fragments, which researchers later called the "Almahata Sitta" collection after a nearby train …

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