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21.01.2022
18:18 Phys.org NASA's TESS hits milestone of 5,000 exoplanet candidates

The catalog of planet candidates found with NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) recently passed 5,000 TOIs, or TESS Objects of Interest.

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17:54 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Grounded: First Flight Delay Due to Inclement Weather on Another World - SciTechDaily

NASA Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Grounded: First Flight Delay Due to Inclement Weather on Another World  SciTechDailyIngenuity helicopter flight stalled for first time due to unusual Mars weather  CNNHistoric Mars weather delay pushes Ingenuity helicopter's next flight to Sunday  Space.comNASA announces 'first flight delay due to inclement weather on another world'  CNETGrounded: First Flight Delay Due to Inclement Weather on Another World  NASA Mars ExplorationView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:33 WhatReallyHappened.com Democrats Hide HR1 In NASA Bill To Sneak Through Radical ‘Election Takeover’ Fraud

Democrats are scheming to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, HR1, combined with the Freedom to Vote Act, HR4, for election reform by tucking them into previously passed legislation extending NASA’s authority to lease its facilities. But the bills have nothing to do with NASA and are essentially a “mechanism to strip states rights to enforce voter ID laws,” according to Republican Representative Kat Cammack of Florida. She said the Democrats’ goal is to remove requirements to show a voter ID to register to vote, or to actually vote.

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16:12 ExtremeTech.com NASA Offering $1 Million Prize for Better Space Food

NASA has announced a new round of Deep Space Food Challenge, and this round of the competition comes with $1 million in prizes for teams that can come up with innovative foods that can be prepared in space. The post NASA Offering $1 Million Prize for Better Space Food appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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16:12 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-science What is a Lagrange point, the final destination for the James Webb Space Telescope?

The James Webb Space Telescope will not orbit Earth, but rather a peculiar place in space known as a Lagrange point.

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15:37 Technology.org NASA to Discuss Webb’s Arrival at Final Destination, Next Steps

Scientists and engineers operating NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will answer questions about the mission’s latest milestones in

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15:37 Technology.org NASA Solar Sail Mission to Chase Tiny Asteroid After Artemis I Launch

NEA Scout will visit an asteroid estimated to be smaller than a school bus – the smallest asteroid

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15:25 Google news Sci/Tech NASA wants your ideas to reuse trash and waste on a Mars mission - Space.com

NASA wants your ideas to reuse trash and waste on a Mars mission  Space.comNASA Offers $1 Million for Systems to Feed Tomorrow's Astronauts  NASADelhi becomes a part of NASA’s ‘Air-othon’ pollution challenge  India TodayDelhi among 3 global cities part of Nasa's air pollution challenge  Hindustan TimesNASA and HeroX Want to Convert Waste in Space and Monitor Air-Quality Here on Earth  Universe TodayView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:13 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA's Curiosity Rover Finds 'Tantalizing' Carbon Signs Of Possible Ancient Life On Mars

NASA's Curiosity rover has spent a decade hunting for ancient signs of life on Mars. The rover has collected sedimentary rock samples rich in a type of carbon associated with life on Earth. NASA touted a new study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal that says sediment samples found by Curiosity suggest "unusual carbon signals" that may support one working theory of the possible existence of ancient life.

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11:13 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Science Live: What's Next for the James Webb Space Telescope? - NASA

NASA Science Live: What's Next for the James Webb Space Telescope?  NASAJames Webb Space Telescope team announces deployment of all mirrors  Fox NewsWebb Space Telescope’s Mirrors Are Fully Deployed  GizmodoNASA to Discuss Webb's Arrival at Final Destination, Next Steps  NASAHow Does The James Webb Space Telescope Work?  kottke.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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08:56 Technology.org NASA Solar Sail Mission to Chase Tiny Asteroid After Artemis I Launch

NEA Scout will visit an asteroid estimated to be smaller than a school bus – the smallest asteroid

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08:34 Technology.org NASA to Discuss Webb’s Arrival at Final Destination, Next Steps

Scientists and engineers operating NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will answer questions about the mission’s latest milestones in

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03:37 TheRegister.co.uk NASA's Swift Observatory put in safe mode after suspected reaction wheel failure

To be fair, this is after 17 years of service NASA has put its orbiting Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory into safe mode due to a suspected faulty reaction wheel, the first time this type of failure has occurred in its 17 years of operation.…

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00:30 Phys.org NASA solar sail mission to chase tiny asteroid after Artemis I launch

Launching with the Artemis I uncrewed test flight, NASA's shoebox-size Near-Earth Asteroid Scout will chase down what will become the smallest asteroid ever to be visited by a spacecraft. It will get there by unfurling a solar sail to harness solar radiation for propulsion, making this the agency's first deep space mission of its kind.

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20.01.2022
18:00 Phys.org Capturing all that glitters in galaxies with NASA's Webb Telescope

Spirals are some of the most captivating shapes in the universe. They appear in intricate seashells, carefully constructed spider webs, and even in the curls of ocean waves. Spirals on cosmic scales—as seen in galaxies—are even more arresting, not only for their beauty, but also for the overwhelming amount of information they contain. How do stars and star clusters form? Until recently, a complete answer used to lie out of reach, blocked by gas and dust. Within the first year of operations, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will help researchers complete a more detailed sketch of the stellar life cycle with high-resolution infrared-light images of 19 galaxies.

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16:14 ScienceDaily.com Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy

Often portrayed as destructive monsters that hold light captive, black holes take on a less villainous role in the latest research from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. A black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is creating stars rather than gobbling them up. The black hole is apparently contributing to the firestorm of new star formation taking place in the galaxy. The dwarf galaxy lies 30 million light-years away, in the southern constellation Pyxis.

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09:09 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble Spots a Black Hole Igniting a Firestorm of Star Formation in a Dwarf Galaxy - SciTechDaily

Hubble Spots a Black Hole Igniting a Firestorm of Star Formation in a Dwarf Galaxy  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:42 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy - Phys.org

Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy  Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:21 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble Finds a Black Hole Igniting Star Formation in a Dwarf Galaxy - NASA

Hubble Finds a Black Hole Igniting Star Formation in a Dwarf Galaxy  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:11 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity finds signs of ancient life on Mars – maybe - The Register

NASA's Curiosity finds signs of ancient life on Mars – maybe  The RegisterNASA's Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange  ScienceAlertNASA investigates 'unusual' carbon signature on Mars  CNETScientists Extremely Intrigued by Possible Sign of Life on Mars  FuturismPossible sign of Mars life? Curiosity rover finds 'tantalizing' Red Planet organics  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:12 Nanowerk.com Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation In a dwarf galaxy

A black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is creating stars rather than gobbling them up. The black hole is apparently contributing to the firestorm of new star formation taking place in the galaxy.

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19.01.2022
23:22 Phys.org Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy

Black holes are often described as the monsters of the universe—tearing apart stars, consuming anything that comes too close, and holding light captive. Detailed evidence from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, however, shows a black hole in a new light: Fostering rather than suppressing star formation. Hubble imaging and spectroscopy of the dwarf starburst galaxy Henize 2-10 clearly show a gas outflow stretching from the black hole to a bright star birth region like an umbilical cord, triggering the already dense cloud into forming clusters of stars. Astronomers have previously debated that a dwarf galaxy could have a black hole analogous to the supermassive black holes in larger galaxies. Further study of dwarf galaxies, which have remained small over cosmic time, may shed light on the question of how the first seeds of supermassive black holes formed and evolved over the history of the universe.

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21:06 RT.com Russian space station module may be cut off – NASA

Russia’s International Space Station module may need to be permanently isolated because of air leaks, NASA warns Read Full Article at RT.com

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19:36 TechInvestorNews.com Assistive tech startup led by former NASA engineer uses an AI ‘parrot’ to help people with disabilit (Charlotte Schubert/GeekWire)

Charlotte Schubert / GeekWireAssistive tech startup led by former NASA engineer uses an AI ‘parrot’ to help people with disabilit - David Hojah is a former NASA engineer, but his real passion is healthcare. Growing up, he saw his family members taking care of his aunt, who had multiple sclerosis, and his uncle, who had a spinal cord injury. Now, hes developing tech to help people with disability have more independence. ...

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19:01 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA Discovers Signs Of Past Life On Mars

NASA thinks it might well have found signs of life on Mars after its Curiosity rover discovered some exciting supporting evidence. New research has discovered that rocks collected by the rover contain organic carbon, which could have come from bugs that previously lived on Mars. The space agency analysed sediments from six locations the rover had explored, including an exposed cliff, and found an ancient carbon cycle. It has suggested that the samples could have a ‘biological basis’, and resemble fossilised remains of microbial life in Australia that date back 2.7 billion years. Carbon has two stable isotopes – 12 and 13 – and the amounts of these give an insight into its origin.

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16:25 TheRegister.co.uk NASA's Curiosity finds signs of ancient life on Mars. Or maybe not. More data needed

Rover heats up samples, sniffs carbon signature associated with biological processes on Earth NASA's Curiosity rover has collected samples of rock from the surface of Mars that are rich in a type of carbon associated with biological processes on Earth.…

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16:13 Phys.org NASA's Curiosity rover measures intriguing carbon signature on Mars

The type of carbon is associated with biological processes on Earth. Curiosity scientists offer several explanations for the unusual carbon signals.

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15:16 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature on Mars - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature on Mars  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryNASA's Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange  ScienceAlertNASA investigates 'unusual' carbon signature on Mars  CNET'Intriguing' Carbon Isotopes on Mars Could Be From Cosmic Dust, UV Radiation or Ancient Life  SmithsonianIndicators of life in Martian meteorite may be due to ancient water  New AtlasView Full Coverage on Google News

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13:03 Technology.org Artemis I: NASA Invites Media to Launch of New Mega-Moon Rocket and Spacecraft

Media accreditation is now open for launch and prelaunch activities related to NASA’s Artemis I mission, the first mission in

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09:43 TheRegister.co.uk ESA boss gives update on stricken Sentinel-1B imaging satellite: All is not lost yet

Still borked, 1C and 1D are waiting in the wings ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher has addressed the issue of the space agency's borked Copernicus Sentinel-1B spacecraft in his first annual press conference.…

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09:09 Technology.org NASA Invites Media to Launch of New Mega-Moon Rocket and Spacecraft

Media accreditation is now open for launch and prelaunch activities related to NASA’s Artemis I mission, the first mission in

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08:47 Technology.org NASA’s Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature on Mars

After analyzing powdered rock samples collected from the surface of Mars by NASA’s Curiosity rover, scientists today announced

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07:41 AzoNano.com James Webb Space Telescope Mirrors Aligned by 6-Axis Precision Hexapod Stage

Orbiting approximately one million miles from Earth, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is the largest telescope ever launched into space - in its unfolded operational configuration it is nearly...

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06:25 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange - ScienceAlert

NASA's Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange  ScienceAlertAncient life may be just one possible explanation for Mars rover's latest discovery  CNNNASA investigates 'unusual' carbon signature on Mars  CNETRemember When Life was Found in a Martian Meteorite? Turns out, it was Just Geology  Universe TodayCuriosity finds "intriguing carbon signatures" on Mars  InverseView Full Coverage on Google News

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18.01.2022
23:45 RT.com NASA missions under threat because of astronaut shortage

NASA has enough astronauts to meet “the current needs” of International Space Station missions but might soon discover that it lacks a “sufficient number of additional astronauts” for future projects. Read Full Article at RT.com

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23:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA investigates 'unusual' carbon signature on Mars - CNET

NASA investigates 'unusual' carbon signature on Mars  CNETAncient life may be just one possible explanation for Mars rover's latest discovery  CNNRemember When Life was Found in a Martian Meteorite? Turns out, it was Just Geology  Universe TodayNASA Discovers Signs Of Past Life On Mars  UNILADNASA's Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature on Mars – NASA's Mars Exploration Program  NASA Mars ExplorationView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:54 Nanowerk.com James Webb Space Telescope mirrors aligned by 6-axis nanopositioning system

6-axis nanopositioning system provides high force and ultra high precision to align the hexagonal mirror segments of the largest and most powerful scientific space telescope ever built.

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20:46 WhatReallyHappened.com Ancient life on Mars is one of three possible explanations for the discovery of carbon on the Red Planet by NASA's Curiosity rover, study finds

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20:46 WhatReallyHappened.com European Space Agency whittles down aspiring astronaut applications from 23,000 to 1,391 with the next stage to focus on cognitive, technical and personality tests

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19:27 WhatReallyHappened.com Dems Hide HR1 In NASA Bill To Sneak Through Radical ‘Election Takeover’ Policies Ahead of Midterms

The Democrats haven’t given up on their quest to completely change how elections are run in America. Since Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) indicated they wouldn’t support removing the filibuster to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, the Democrats have schemed to sneakily tuck most of the bill into separate legislation for NASA. The NASA bill, called NASA Enhanced Use Leasing Extension Act of 2021, seeks to “further amend a bill that merges the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the Freedom to Vote Act into previously passed legislation extending NASA’s authority to lease its facilities.”

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19:15 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA’s Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature on Mars

After analyzing powdered rock samples collected from the surface of Mars by NASA’s Curiosity rover, scientists today announced that several of the samples are rich in a type of carbon that on Earth is associated with biological processes. While the finding is intriguing, it doesn’t necessarily point to ancient life on Mars, as scientists have not yet found conclusive supporting evidence of ancient or current biology there, such as sedimentary rock formations produced by ancient bacteria, or a diversity of complex organic molecules formed by life. “We’re finding things on Mars that are tantalizingly interesting, but we would really need more evidence to say we’ve identified life,” said Paul Mahaffy, who served as the principal investigator of the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) chemistry lab aboard Curiosity until retiring from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, in December 2021. “So we’re looking at what else could have caused the carbon signature we’re

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18:33 TheRegister.co.uk European Space Agency whittles wannabe astronauts down from 23,000 to 1,391

Could there be a South Korean TV show somewhere in this? The European Space Agency (ESA) has completed stage one of its latest astronaut selection process, with 1,362 astronaut and 29 parastronaut applicants making the cut.…

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17.01.2022
22:16 WhatReallyHappened.com Asteroids Could Be Approaching Earth Undetected As NASA Scientists Find A Danger Zone That Allows Space Rocks To 'Sneak Up' On Telescopes Because Of A Quirk Of The Planet's Daily Rotation

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22:16 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA Fixes Glitch In The 'Brain' Of SLS Megarocket Ahead Of Its Maiden Flight In March That Will Pave The Way For Astronauts To Return To The Moon Later This Decade

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19:20 Phys.org Globular cluster Messier 14 and its peculiar multiple stellar populations investigated by Hubble

Using the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), astronomers have observed the globular cluster Messier 14 and its peculiar multiple stellar populations. Results of the observational campaign, published January 7 on arXiv.org, deliver important insight into the nature of this cluster.

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18:45 Google news Sci/Tech Giant 1km-wide asteroid to pass by Earth, NASA says - Sky News

Giant 1km-wide asteroid to pass by Earth, NASA says  Sky NewsNASA Planetary Defense Details Massive Asteroid Flying By Earth And How To Track It  Hot HardwareA massive asteroid the size of the Empire State Building is about to pass Earth. Here's how to track it.  msnNOWClose Pass Asteroid  Santa Barbara EdhatAsteroid larger than three Salesforce buildings to fly close to Earth  SF GateView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:10 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA's Perseverance Mars rover runs into another snag: pebbles

NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has run into another snag on its mission to find evidence of ancient microbial life. In continuing to collect Martian rock and regolith samples, which will eventually return to Earth, the rover encountered a "new challenge." "Seems some pebble-sized debris is obstructing my robotic arm from handing off the tube for sealing/storage," the Perseverance team tweeted earlier this month. Now, NASA's Mars 2020 mission team says it has a plan to deal with the obstruction from the rover's bit carousel: operational sequences developed and tested over the previous weekend and last week.

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16:38 WhatReallyHappened.com ACT NOW: US Rep. Kat Cammack Sounds Alarm – Dems Breaking All the Rules to End Free and Fair Elections Forevermore – Hiding HR1 in a NASA Bill – Contact Senators Now – List Attached

US Congresswoman Rep. Kat Cammack sounds the alarm. The Democrats are breaking all the rules to end elections in America forevermore. Rep. Cammack did not vote for the Democrats’ scam move to steal elections. No Republican did. Officially, this bill was created by the Democrats to concur with Senate amendments and further amend the bill to merge the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the Freedom to Vote Act into previously passed legislation extending NASA’s authority to lease its facilities.

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16:04 Phys.org Video: Are there rainbows on Mars? A NASA expert explains

Are there rainbows on Mars? Sadly, no.

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11:04 Technology.org Citizen Scientists Spot Jupiter-like Planet in NASA TESS Data

Tom Jacobs of Bellevue, Washington, loves treasure hunts. Since 2010, the former U.S. naval officer has participated in

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10:53 Technology.org NASA TV to Air SpaceX Cargo Dragon Departure from Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft is set to depart the International Space Station Friday, Jan. 21. NASA

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10:07 Technology.org NASA TV to Air SpaceX Cargo Dragon Departure from Space Station

A SpaceX Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft is set to depart the International Space Station Friday, Jan. 21. NASA

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09:45 Technology.org Citizen Scientists Spot Jupiter-like Planet in NASA TESS Data

Tom Jacobs of Bellevue, Washington, loves treasure hunts. Since 2010, the former U.S. naval officer has participated in

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16.01.2022
18:19 WhatReallyHappened.com Warning!! Dems have taken over the voting system by gutting a NASA infrastructure bill

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15:53 Google news Sci/Tech Citizen Scientists Discover Giant Jupiter-Like Planet in NASA TESS Data - SciTechDaily

Citizen Scientists Discover Giant Jupiter-Like Planet in NASA TESS Data  SciTechDailyCitizen scientists find 'Jupiter-like' planet, NASA says  Fox NewsStrange and hidden Jupiter-size exoplanet spotted by astronomers and citizen scientists  Space.comNew Jupiter-Like Planet Discovered By Citizen Scientist  IFLScienceAmateur Astronomer Discovers Jupiter-Like Planet With Same Mass as the Sun, NASA Says  Sputnik InternationalView Full Coverage on Google News

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15.01.2022
22:56 Google news Sci/Tech A Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope, a “Mini” Monster Black Hole [Video] - SciTechDaily

A Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope, a “Mini” Monster Black Hole [Video]  SciTechDailyA Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope on This Week @NASA – January 14, 2022  NASAMany of the James Webb telescope’s greatest discoveries won't come from any amazing space pictures  MashableNASA starts bringing James Webb Space Telescope into focus  ReutersWebb telescope should take us far beyond Hubble |Opinion  Deseret NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:48 Google news Sci/Tech James Webb Space Telescope: Mirror, Mirror…On Its Way! - SciTechDaily

James Webb Space Telescope: Mirror, Mirror…On Its Way!  SciTechDailyNASA starts bringing James Webb Space Telescope into focus  ReutersWhat will the James Webb Space Telescope look at first?  Space.comA Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope, a “Mini” Monster Black Hole [Video]  SciTechDailyMany of the James Webb telescope’s greatest discoveries won't come from any amazing space pictures  MashableView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:01 WhatReallyHappened.com House Democrats attempt end-around of filibuster to pass election law using NASA bill

A bill initially written to give authorization to NASA lease its property to others and and passed by the Senate has been stripped entirely of that language by House Democrats and replaced with their proposal to federalize elections nationwide. H.R. 5746 was introduced in October by Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.), chair of the House Science Committee’s space subcommittee. The bill extended NASA’s authorization to enter into what are known as enhanced use leases, or EULs, of agency property to companies, government agencies, or educational institutions, for 10 years. The House passed the bill by a voice vote Dec. 8. The Senate amended the bill, extending the EUL authorization by only three months instead of 10 years, and passed it by unanimous consent, sending it back to the House. The Democratic leadership of the House, in an unusual move, then took the Senate-amended bill and stripped out the NASA provisions, replacing it with the text of two voting rights bills and now called the

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11:48 Phys.org Hubble views a tranquil galaxy with an explosive past

The lazily winding spiral arms of the spectacular galaxy NGC 976 fill the frame of this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. This spiral galaxy lies around 150 million light-years from the Milky Way in the constellation Aries. Despite its tranquil appearance, NGC 976 has played host to one of the most violent astronomical phenomena known – a supernova explosion. These cataclysmically violent events take place at the end of the lives of massive stars and can outshine entire galaxies for a short period. While supernovae mark the deaths of massive stars, they are also responsible for the creation of heavy elements that are incorporated into later generations of stars and planets.

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05:44 Google news Sci/Tech A Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope on This Week @NASA – January 14, 2022 - NASA

A Major Milestone for the James Webb Space Telescope on This Week @NASA – January 14, 2022  NASAWebb telescope should take us far beyond Hubble |Opinion  Deseret NewsJames Webb Space Telescope: Mirror, Mirror…On Its Way!  SciTechDailyNASA begins long process of focusing James Webb space telescope | TheHill  The HillNASA says James Webb Space Telescope can save the Earth; here is how  HT TechView Full Coverage on Google News

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14.01.2022
18:03 Google news Sci/Tech Look! The James Webb Space Telescope is beyond the Moon - Inverse

Look! The James Webb Space Telescope is beyond the Moon  InverseView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:29 Google news Sci/Tech What will the James Webb Space Telescope look at first? - Space.com

What will the James Webb Space Telescope look at first?  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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12:38 Technology.org NASA’s Spitzer Illuminates Exoplanets in Astronomical Society Briefing

Spitzer infrared observatory may help answer questions about planets outside our solar system, or exoplanets, including how they

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12:38 Technology.org 2021 Tied for 6th Warmest Year in Continued Trend, NASA Analysis Shows

Earth’s global average surface temperature in 2021 tied with 2018 as the sixth warmest year on record, according

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10:09 Technology.org NASA Sets Coverage for Russian Spacewalk Outside Space Station

wo Russian cosmonauts will venture outside the International Space Station at about 7 a.m. EST Wednesday, Jan. 19,

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09:01 Technology.org 2021 Tied for 6th Warmest Year in Continued Trend, NASA Analysis Shows

Earth’s global average surface temperature in 2021 tied with 2018 as the sixth warmest on record, according to

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08:26 Technology.org NASA’s Spitzer Illuminates Exoplanets in Astronomical Society Briefing

The infrared observatory may help answer questions about planets outside our solar system, or exoplanets, including how they

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01:38 Google news Sci/Tech NASA begins process of bringing new space telescope into focus - Daily Mail

NASA begins process of bringing new space telescope into focus  Daily MailView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:31 CNBC technology New chief scientist wants NASA to be about climate science, not just space

Katherine Calvin was appointed NASA's new Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor on Monday. She wants to improve data accessibility.

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00:31 CNBC top news New chief scientist wants NASA to be about climate science, not just space

Katherine Calvin was appointed NASA's new Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor on Monday. She wants to improve data accessibility.

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13.01.2022
23:44 LiveScience.com NASA's Perseverance rover is clogged up with pebbles

The Perseverance Mars rover is awaiting orders after its sampling apparatus became clogged by pebble-size debris.

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21:23 Google news Sci/Tech House Dems pass NASA bill sending voting rights to certain Senate end - New York Post

House Dems pass NASA bill sending voting rights to certain Senate end  New York Post House passes voting rights package, setting up Senate filibuster showdown | TheHill  The HillSinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live  The GuardianU.S. voting-rights bill passes in the House, but Senate prospects remain unclear  ReutersView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:37 Phys.org NASA's new IXPE mission begins science operations

NASA's newest X-ray eyes are open and ready for discovery.

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18:49 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA begins painstaking four-month process of bringing the James Webb Space Telescope into focus so it can start taking pictures of the universe by May

NASA has begun a four month-long process of bringing the James Webb Space Telescope into focus so it can start taking pictures of the universe by May. The painstaking task is due for completion in time for the $10 billion observatory to begin peering into the cosmos by early summer. James Webb Space Telescope, which blasted off from Guiana Space Centre on Christmas Day, fully deployed its 21-foot, gold-coated primary mirror, NASA said last week, following deployment of its sunshield and smaller, secondary mirror.

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18:00 Technology.org NASA’s InSight Enters Safe Mode During Regional Mars Dust Storm

The lander has taken measures to conserve energy; engineers aim to return to normal operations next week. NASA’s

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10:58 Google news Sci/Tech NASA begins process of bringing new space telescope into focus - Reuters

NASA begins process of bringing new space telescope into focus  ReutersJames Webb Space Telescope begins lining up its golden mirrors  Space.comCyr column: Hubble on steroids  Sherman Denison Herald DemocratNasa begin months-long effort to focus James Webb space telescope  The GuardianWebb Space Telescope makes history after tense launch  Nature.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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08:29 Google news Sci/Tech Nasa begin months-long effort to focus James Webb space telescope - The Guardian

Nasa begin months-long effort to focus James Webb space telescope  The GuardianJames Webb Space Telescope begins lining up its golden mirrors  Space.comCyr column: Hubble on steroids  Sherman Denison Herald DemocratNASA begins process of bringing new space telescope into focus  ReutersFrom first stars to life: the James Webb story to be told  Big ThinkView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:58 Google news Sci/Tech NASA getting SLS megarockets ready for crewed moon missions - Space.com

NASA getting SLS megarockets ready for crewed moon missions  Space.comMedia Invited to see NASA Mega Moon Rocket Roll Out for First Time  NASANASA Prepares Massive SLS Moon Rockets for First Crewed Artemis Missions  SciTechDailyNASA Contradicts Own Artemis I Launch Timer, to Roll Out SLS in Mid-February  autoevolutionNASA Invites Media to Northrop Grumman's February Launch from Virginia  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:47 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Invites Media to Northrop Grumman's February Launch from Virginia - NASA

NASA Invites Media to Northrop Grumman's February Launch from Virginia  NASANASA getting SLS megarockets ready for crewed moon missions  Space.comNASA Prepares Massive SLS Moon Rockets for First Crewed Artemis Missions  SciTechDailyMedia Invited to see NASA Mega Moon Rocket Roll Out for First Time  NASANASA Contradicts Own Artemis I Launch Timer, to Roll Out SLS in Mid-February  autoevolutionView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:18 Google news Sci/Tech James Webb Space Telescope begins lining up its golden mirrors - Space.com

James Webb Space Telescope begins lining up its golden mirrors  Space.comThe James Webb Space Telescope is Fully Unfolded in Space!  James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)What Amazing Things Will the World's Largest Telescope Show Us?  Flying MagazineJames Webb Space Telescope unfolds mirrors, completes deployment  Astronomy MagazineWebb telescope success, WHO chief and Omicron versus antibody therapies  Nature.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:44 Google news Sci/Tech NASA may need more astronauts for space station, moon missions, report says - Space.com

NASA may need more astronauts for space station, moon missions, report says  Space.comNASA's Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Releases 2021 Annual Report  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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12.01.2022
23:41 ScientificAmerican.Com NASA's Perseverance Rover Chokes on Mars Pebbles While Collecting a Rock Sample

The rover’s latest sample collection—an effort to gather material for eventual return to Earth—is off to a rocky start -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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20:07 TheRegister.co.uk NASA's Mars InSight trips into safe mode and ESA's Sentinel-1B gives scientists the silent treatment

Space is hard While there were whoops and cheers for the James Webb Space Telescope, other missions on Mars and in orbit around the Earth have fared less well in recent weeks.…

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18:16 Phys.org NASA's InSight enters safe mode during regional Mars dust storm

NASA's InSight lander is stable and sending health data from Mars to Earth after going into safe mode Friday, Jan. 7, following a large, regional dust storm that reduced the sunlight reaching its solar panels. In safe mode, a spacecraft suspends all but its essential functions.

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18:16 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's InSight Enters Safe Mode During Regional Mars Dust Storm – NASA's InSight Mars Lander - NASA Mars Exploration

NASA's InSight Enters Safe Mode During Regional Mars Dust Storm – NASA's InSight Mars Lander  NASA Mars ExplorationView Full Coverage on Google News

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09:10 Technology.org NASA Prepares SLS Moon Rockets for First Crewed Artemis Missions

As teams continue to prepare NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket for its debut flight with the launch of Artemis

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08:59 Technology.org NASA’s New IXPE Mission Begins Science Operations

NASA’s newest X-ray eyes are open and ready for discovery! Having spent just over a month in space,

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08:14 Google news Sci/Tech NASA says this will hit the James Webb Space Telescope and damage it - TweakTown

NASA says this will hit the James Webb Space Telescope and damage it  TweakTownNASA's James Webb Space Telescope is here to last  AxiosLook: Astronomers capture the James Webb Telescope on the journey to deep space  InverseNASA Completes Webb Deployment, Confirms Doubling of Expected Lifespan  ExtremeTechJames Webb Space Telescope more than three quarters through its journey  Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:08 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Completes Webb Deployment, Confirms Doubling of Expected Lifespan - ExtremeTech

NASA Completes Webb Deployment, Confirms Doubling of Expected Lifespan  ExtremeTechNASA's James Webb Space Telescope is here to last  AxiosLook: Astronomers capture the James Webb Telescope on the journey to deep space  InverseJames Webb Space Telescope more than three quarters through its journey  Phys.orgFollow the Next Steps in the Webb Space Telescope's Journey  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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11.01.2022
20:24 TheRegister.co.uk European Space Agency: Come on, hack our satellite if you think you're hard enough

Space: The final frontier for cybersecurity The European Space Agency (ESA) is inviting applications from attackers who fancy having a crack at its OPS-SAT spacecraft.…

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19:21 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Perseverance hits a snag as debris prevents its robotic arm from storing sixth rock sample - Daily Mail

NASA's Perseverance hits a snag as debris prevents its robotic arm from storing sixth rock sample  Daily MailThe Perseverance Rover Has a Little Pebble Problem  GizmodoPerseverance on the rocks: Pebbles clog up the rover's Martian sample collection  The RegisterPerseverance rover chokes on Mars pebbles while collecting 6th rock sample  Space.comNASA Perseverance Mars rover has crud obstructing its rock sample system  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:22 Phys.org James Webb Space Telescope more than three quarters through its journey

More than two weeks after the James Webb Space Telescope's launch on Christmas Day, the telescope has traveled more than 700,000 miles from Earth. JWST has successfully deployed its secondary mirror, a key element of the telescope's optics. Next, JWST will unfold its primary mirror segments.

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17:34 Phys.org Simulated image shows how NASA's Roman could expand on Hubble's deepest view

,A team of astrophysicists has created a simulated image that shows how the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope could conduct a mega-exposure similar to but far larger than Hubble's celebrated Ultra Deep Field Image. This Hubble observation transformed our view of the early universe, revealing galaxies that formed just a few hundred million years after the big bang.

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17:31 Nature.Com Daily briefing: Flawless deployment for James Webb Space Telescope

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14:14 ExtremeTech.com NASA Completes Webb Deployment, Confirms Doubling of Expected Lifespan

NASA finished running the numbers, and its perfect launch means Webb should have enough fuel for 20 years of operations.  The post NASA Completes Webb Deployment, Confirms Doubling of Expected Lifespan appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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11:40 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Perseverance Mars rover has crud obstructing its rock sample system - CNET

NASA Perseverance Mars rover has crud obstructing its rock sample system  CNETThe Perseverance Rover Has a Little Pebble Problem  GizmodoNASA's Perseverance Rover Runs Into a Snag While Collecting Samples on Mars  Interesting EngineeringNASA Perseverance Mars Rover Has A Debris Obstructing Its Rock Sample Collection  LatestLYPebble trouble: Debris obstruct NASA Perseverance Mars rover’s sample collection  The Indian Express

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03:28 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Says Space Debris Will Definitely Slam Into the James Webb Space Telescope - Futurism

NASA Says Space Debris Will Definitely Slam Into the James Webb Space Telescope  FuturismAll hail the Ariane 5 rocket, which doubled the Webb telescope’s lifetime  Ars TechnicaWebb Space Telescope Deploys Primary Mirror Without a Hitch  GizmodoJames Webb Space Telescope is now fully deployed! But there's still a long way to go.  SyfyJames Webb Space Telescope should have fuel for about 20 years of science  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:05 Google news Sci/Tech “Mini” Monster Black Hole Could Hold Clues to Giant's Growth - NASA

“Mini” Monster Black Hole Could Hold Clues to Giant's Growth  NASAQuick Look: "Mini" Monster Black Hole Could Hold Clues to Giant's Growth  Chandra X-ray ObservatoryDwarf galaxy Mrk 462: 'Mini' monster black hole could hold clues to giant's growth  Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:09 Google news Sci/Tech Simulated Image Shows How Roman Could Expand on Hubble's Deepest View - NASA

Simulated Image Shows How Roman Could Expand on Hubble's Deepest View  NASAEnvisioning an Ultra-Deep Field from NASA's Roman Space Telescope  NASA GoddardView Full Coverage on Google News

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10.01.2022
19:54 Google news Sci/Tech From NASA to SpaceX, these are the top Florida launches to look forward to in 2022 - Florida Today

From NASA to SpaceX, these are the top Florida launches to look forward to in 2022  Florida TodayView Full Coverage on Google News

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