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Astronomer is looking for the lost siblings of the sun

A group of astronomers have investigated more than 340,000 stars in Winter Street in an effort to find the missing siblings of the sun. They think that "DNA" of these star structures can help them identify the stars that are born simultaneously and instead of the sun. Stars are born inside clusters and have chemical composition similar to their companions, …

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When is the best time to watch Lyrid Meteor Rain this week – KPTV

(Image Credits: NASA / Bill Ingalls) (Meredith) – Want to go for a spectacular light show this weekend? All you have to do is look up! Lyrid meteor shower will reach its top early Sunday morning (April 22) this weekend. [Related: These photos from deep space are absolutely amazing] ] Here's What You Need to Know: From mid to late April …

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Researchers put on a quest to find the sunsets (Study) • Regal Tribune

Researchers tracked the chemical composition of the stars and found the sunflowers No star was born alone, as these cosmic bodies are usually created in nursery schools along with thousands of others. The same thing happened to our sun, which was now an isolated star. But the researchers decided to look for sunsets and chose about 340,000 stars to analyze …

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NASA's Lunar Space Station is almost here

The first contract to build components in the "Gateway" will be awarded next year. April 20, 2018, 4:00 AM NASA's goal of returning to the moon should see a Major push in early 2019 when the agency assigns its first contract for the moon's "Gateway" program. Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway is NASA's planned "staging" area designed for studying the moon …

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Imagine toxic sunscreen that kills the Coral Reef of Hawaii Island

A bill was submitted on April 20 to prohibit the sale and use of sunscreen products containing chemicals such as oxybenzone and octinoate in the Hawaiian Islands and the bill has been held to make a decision on April 27th. The bill has passed in order to protect the precious coral reef in the isolated island region that Oxybenzone and …

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Behind the scenes, the Kansas crew begins to restore Apollo 11 consoles

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (KSNW) – The Cosmosphere has begun to restore the mission control console Apollo 11 to its original state. The SpaceWorks team, a division of the cosmosphere, was chosen by NASA to lead the restoration project. The consoles arrived at SpaceWorks Warehouse at the end of January 2018. "What we've done is a lot of research. We've gone and …

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NASA to discuss new experiments on Kilopower Nuclear Reactor Power System Designed for Space Assignments

NASA invited the press to a conference where they will discuss their latest experiment involving a new nuclear reactor that is necessary for the slated Moon and Mars missions. Remy Gabalda | Getty Images ] On May 2, NASA will discuss an experiment on a nuclear reactor power system designed for space travel at the Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. …

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NASA will soon launch two small "CubeSat" satellites to deep spaces

Images of NASA probes and satellites tend to make them look much smaller than they are, because they are compared to space itself But they are often bigger than we think. The radio on Voyager 1 into interstellar space measures at 3.7 meters and the Cassini probe, which recently completed its career by crashing into Saturn, was 22 meters long. …

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