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01.03.2022
11:56 Google news Sci/Tech ExoMars Rover 2022 Launch Now 'Very Unlikely' Due to Russian Invasion, ESA Says - Gizmodo

ExoMars Rover 2022 Launch Now 'Very Unlikely' Due to Russian Invasion, ESA Says  GizmodoView Full Coverage on Google News

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11:31 TheRegister.co.uk ESA-Russia Mars rover launch on ice due to Ukraine invasion

Rosalind Franklin still can't catch a break The joint ESA-Roscosmos Mars rover Rosalind Franklin is "very unlikely" to launch this year after Russia was hit with fresh economic sanctions for invading Ukraine.…

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10:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA selects futurists concepts for a new study into the future of space travel - Daily Mail

NASA selects futurists concepts for a new study into the future of space travel  Daily MailNASA selects futuristic space technology concepts for early study  Phys.orgMeet the Austin team designing food for NASA’s deep space exploration  KXAN.comNASA To Fund Futuristic Space Technologies! Concepts Receiving NIAC's Phase I, Phase II Grants  Tech TimesMeet the Austin team designing food for NASA's deep space exploration  KXANView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:32 NewScientist.Com Russian sanctions mean ESA's Mars rover is unlikely to launch in 2022

The European Space Agency is due to launch its Rosalind Franklin ExoMars rover on a Russian rocket this September, while satellites belonging to a company part-owned by the UK government are set to catch a Russian ride on 4 March

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01:35 NYT Science Mission to Mars with Russia now “very unlikely,” European Space Agency says

The ExoMars mission, postponed in 2020 because of the pandemic and technical issues, may miss its window to launch this year because of sanctions imposed against Russia over the invasion of Ukraine.

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28.02.2022
23:28 Phys.org NASA exploring ways to keep ISS afloat without Russian help: official

NASA is exploring ways to keep the International Space Station in orbit without Russian help, but doesn't see any immediate signs Moscow is withdrawing from the collaboration following the invasion of Ukraine, a senior official said Monday.

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23:14 RFI.fr NASA exploring ways to keep ISS afloat without Russian help: official

Kathy Lueders, who heads the agency's human spaceflight program, told reporters on a call that operations on the research platform were proceeding "nominally" and "we're not getting any indications at a working level that our counterparts are not committed." "That said, we always look for how do we get more operational flexibility and our cargo providers are looking at how do we add different capabilities," she continued. While the US side of the ISS supplies power and life support, Russia is responsible for propulsion and keeping the station afloat: it does this by using docked Progress spacecraft to periodically give the station a boost to maintain its altitude, approximately 250 miles (400 kilometers) high. Last week, though, Russia's space chief Dmitry Rogozin raised the prospect of pulling out of the partnership in response to US sanctions, allowing the 400 ton structure to come crashing down to Earth while most likely avoiding his country, since its orbit doesn't fly much over

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21:57 CNBC top news Top NASA official says space station partnership with Russia 'still working' despite Ukraine conflict

The International Space Station represents a U.S. partnership yet unaffected by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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21:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA - Space.com

NASA  Space.comNASA, Axiom plan update on private astronaut mission to ISS  UPI News

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21:18 Google news Sci/Tech James Webb Space Telescope Captures First Photo with Aligned Mirrors - PetaPixel

James Webb Space Telescope Captures First Photo with Aligned Mirrors  PetaPixelJWST update: All 18 eyes of the telescope now see a single, focused image! Kinda!  SyfyWebb Space Telescope Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully  SciTechDailyNASA's James Webb Telescope teases with one more preview of an enticing star  Interesting EngineeringPowerhouse Observatory: NASA says James Webb Space Telescope's Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather ChannelView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:54 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Accurate Determination of Hubble Attenuation and Amplification in Expanding and Contracting Cold-Atom Universes

Author(s): S. Banik, M. Gutierrez Galan, H. Sosa-Martinez, M. Anderson, S. Eckel, I. B. Spielman, and G. K. CampbellUsing phonons as an analog to cosmological scalar fields, Hubble attenuation and amplification can be accurately measured in laboratory Bose-Einstein condensates. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 090401] Published Mon Feb 28, 2022

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19:22 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's James Webb Telescope teases with one more preview of an enticing star - Interesting Engineering

NASA's James Webb Telescope teases with one more preview of an enticing star  Interesting EngineeringJWST update: All 18 eyes of the telescope now see a single, focused image! Kinda!  SyfyJames Webb Space Telescope Captures First Photo with Aligned Mirrors  PetaPixelWebb Space Telescope Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully  SciTechDailyPowerhouse Observatory: NASA says James Webb Space Telescope's Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather Channel

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19:08 Google news Sci/Tech Advanced new GOES-T weather satellite is 'go' for launch on March 1, NASA says - Space.com

Advanced new GOES-T weather satellite is 'go' for launch on March 1, NASA says  Space.comWatch live: Atlas 5 rocket rolling to launch pad with weather satellite – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowGOES-T nears launch as NASA plans studies of next-generation weather satellite  SpaceNewsAtlas V rocket rolling to launch pad with GOES-T weather satellite for NASA, NOAA (video replay)  Space.comSpace Force: Weather so-so for ULA Atlas V launch of NOAA satellite  Florida TodayView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:28 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's James Webb Telescope teases with one more preview of an enticing star - Interesting Engineering

NASA's James Webb Telescope teases with one more preview of an enticing star  Interesting EngineeringWebb Space Telescope Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully  SciTechDailyPowerhouse Observatory: NASA says James Webb Space Telescope's Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather ChannelEngineers for James Webb have stacked its 18 images into one  Digital TrendsWebb Telescope reaches major milestone: All its light is in one place  Ars TechnicaView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:15 Phys.org Image: Hubble peers at peculiar pair of galaxies

This striking image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope showcases Arp 298, a stunning pair of interacting galaxies. Arp 298—which comprises the two galaxies NGC 7469 and IC 5283—lies roughly 200 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Pegasus. The larger of the two galaxies pictured here is the barred spiral galaxy NGC 7469, and IC 5283 is its diminutive companion. NGC 7469 is also host to an active, supermassive black hole and a bright ring of star clusters.

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18:02 Phys.org NASA selects futuristic space technology concepts for early study

An astronaut steps into a body scanner and, hours later, walks on Mars in a custom-made spacesuit, breathing oxygen that was extracted from Mars' carbon dioxide-rich atmosphere. On Venus, an inflatable bird-like drone swoops through the sky, studying the planet's atmosphere and weather patterns. Ideas like these are currently science fiction, but they could one day become reality, thanks to a new round of grants awarded by NASA.

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12:49 Technology.org NASA Selects Futuristic Space Technology Concepts for Early Study

An astronaut steps into a body scanner and, hours later, walks on Mars in a custom-made spacesuit, breathing

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05:42 LiveScience.com When a rogue rocket hits the moon March 4, NASA orbiter will hunt for its crater grave

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter won't be in view during impact time, but may have a follow-up plan to identify the crater grave on the moon.

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27.02.2022
23:04 Technology.org NASA Selects Futuristic Space Technology Concepts for Early Study

An astronaut steps into a body scanner and, hours later, walks on Mars in a custom-made spacesuit, breathing

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21:50 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Updates on Artemis I Mission, Test Fires RS-25 Rocket Engine [Video] - SciTechDaily

NASA Updates on Artemis I Mission, Test Fires RS-25 Rocket Engine [Video]  SciTechDailyNASA Eyes May Launch Date for Historic Artemis I Moon Mission  CNETNASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May  Space.comNASA to roll out SLS in mid-March for launch rehearsal  SpaceNewsNASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program  GizmodoView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:04 LiveScience.com When a rogue rocket hits the moon March 4, NASA orbiter will hunt for its crater grave

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter won't be in view during impact time, but may have a follow-up plan to identify the crater grave on the moon.

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16:26 WhatReallyHappened.com From 'Alien Sex Toy' to 'Tadpole': Tweeps Puzzled By Bowling Pin Shape on Mars Caught by NASA Rover

NASA's Curiosity rover was launched on 26 November 2011 and landed the following year to explore the Gale crater on the Red Planet as part of the agency's Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission, since then sending data and stunning raw images of the barren giant. NASA's Curiosity Rover has dished up yet another remarkable image from the surface of the planet Mars, with space fans on social media letting their imaginations run free as they poured over the footage.

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26.02.2022
01:48 Google news Sci/Tech An Update on Our Artemis I Mission on This Week @NASA – February 25, 2022 - NASA

An Update on Our Artemis I Mission on This Week @NASA – February 25, 2022  NASANASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May  Space.comNASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program  GizmodoNASA to roll out SLS in mid-March for launch rehearsal  SpaceNewsNASA Eyes May Launch Date for Historic Artemis I Moon Mission  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:03 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program - Gizmodo

NASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program  GizmodoNASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May  Space.comNASA to roll out SLS in mid-March for launch rehearsal  SpaceNewsNASA Eyes Possible Late May Launch for Artemis I Moon Mission  CNETNASA plans mid-March test for SLS moon rocket's first flight  UPI News

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25.02.2022
23:16 ExtremeTech.com NASA Reaches Milestone With James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Calibration

A render of Webb's final configuration. Initially, every segment created its own image, but NASA reports it has finished aligning the JWST's mirrors so all they focus on the same location.  The post NASA Reaches Milestone With James Webb Space Telescope Mirror Calibration appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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22:53 WhatReallyHappened.com New Russia sanctions won't imperil International Space Station operations, NASA says

The International Space Station program will continue business as usual, NASA assures us as the U.S. government levies new sanctions against Russia. Russia invaded Ukraine today (Feb. 24) in a series of military attacks. This action, which sparked international criticism, also prompted new and severe sanctions, U.S. President Joe Biden announced in a public address today. However, despite the new sanctions and continued warfare, NASA has asserted that civil cooperation between the U.S. and Russia in space, particularly with regard to the International Space Station, will continue. "NASA continues working with all our international partners, including the State Space Corporation Roscosmos, for the ongoing safe operations of the International Space Station. The new export control measures will continue to allow U.S.-Russia civil space cooperation. No changes are planned to the agency’s support for ongoing in orbit and ground station operations," NASA said in a statement today

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22:15 ScienceDaily.com NASA's Roman Mission could snap first image of a Jupiter-like world

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, now under construction, will test new technologies for space-based planet hunting. The mission aims to photograph worlds and dusty disks around nearby stars with detail up to a thousand times better than possible with other observatories.

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20:57 LiveScience.com NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May

An April launch is no longer possible for Artemis 1, which will send an uncrewed Orion capsule around the moon using a huge Space Launch System megarocket.

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19:14 Phys.org NASA rules out April for Artemis I launch, could target May

NASA mission managers updated Artemis I progress ahead of the March rollout of the massive Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft to Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39-B for what the agency calls a wet dress rehearsal.

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17:40 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program - Gizmodo

NASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program  GizmodoNASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May  Space.comNASA to roll out SLS in mid-March for launch rehearsal  SpaceNewsNASA Eyes Possible Late May Launch for Artemis I Moon Mission  CNETNASA plans mid-March test for SLS moon rocket's first flight  UPI NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:05 WhatReallyHappened.com Photo: Hubble Images ‘Peculiar’ Pair of Galaxies in Prep Mission for New Webb Telescope

The Hubble has been in space since 1990, and while NASA has launched several newer space satellites since then, they aren’t necessarily seen as replacements for the aging Hubble. “We prefer to call it a successor,” NASA says on the Webb telescope’s page, noting that the two telescopes have different capabilities. “Webb will primarily look at the Universe in the infrared, while Hubble studies it primarily at optical and ultraviolet wavelengths (though it has some infrared capability),” NASA said. “Webb also has a much bigger mirror than Hubble. This larger light collecting area means that Webb can peer farther back into time than Hubble is capable of doing. Hubble is in a very close orbit around the earth, while Webb will be 1.5 million kilometers (km) away at the second Lagrange (L2) point.”

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16:29 LiveScience.com New Russia sanctions won't imperil ISS operations, NASA says

The International Space Station program will continue business as usual, NASA assures us as the U.S. government levies new sanctions against Russia.

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15:06 Technology.org NASA Invites Collaboration to Define Future of Air Travel

We’ve long held dreams of what the future of air travel could look like. Something out of the

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14:17 RT.com Ukraine crisis won’t affect US-Russia space cooperation – NASA

NASA and Roscosmos continue working together to operate International Space Station despite new sanctions and export controls on Russia Read Full Article at RT.com

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11:32 Technology.org NASA Invites Collaboration to Define Future of Air Travel

We’ve long held dreams of what the future of air travel could look like. Something out of the

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10:56 Google news Sci/Tech Astronomers Find Two Giant Black Holes Spiraling Toward a Collision - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Astronomers Find Two Giant Black Holes Spiraling Toward a Collision  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryColossal Black Holes Locked in an Epic Cosmic Dance at Heart of Galaxy  SciTechDailyTwo Supermassive Black Holes on Track to Collide Will Warp Space and Time  CNETCaltech-led Team of Astronomers Discover Colossal Black Holes Locked in Dance at Heart of Galaxy – Pasadena Now  Pasadena NowTightest-Knit Supermassive Black Hole Duo Found in Heart of Distant Galaxy  caltechView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:28 World Socialist Web Site James Webb Space Telescope completes second month of commissioning, accomplishing many key steps

The JWST is also slated to join a survey of nearby galaxies involving the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chile and the Hubble Space Telescope.

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04:56 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May - Space.com

NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission, 1st flight of new megarocket, won't launch until May  Space.comNASA Outlines Final Steps Before Launch of Artemis 1, First in New Lunar Program  GizmodoNASA plans mid-March test for SLS moon rocket's first flight  UPI NewsNASA Eyes Possible Late May Launch for Artemis I Moon Mission  CNETNASA will update us all on its Artemis 1 moon mission today. How to follow it online.  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:20 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble eyes two stunning galaxies before future James Webb Space Telescope observations - Space.com

Hubble eyes two stunning galaxies before future James Webb Space Telescope observations  Space.com'Weird' space triangle captured by Hubble Space Telescope  CNNAstonishing image of "space triangle" caused by colliding galaxies  Boing BoingHubble captured a stunning image of 3 galaxies merging together  Yahoo EntertainmentNASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation  Daily MailView Full Coverage on Google News

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24.02.2022
21:09 Phys.org NASA's Roman mission could snap first image of a Jupiter-like world

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, now under construction, will test new technologies for space-based planet hunting. The mission aims to photograph worlds and dusty disks around nearby stars with detail up to a thousand times better than possible with other observatories.

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21:09 Phys.org NASA is helping fly drones in the Arctic. Here's what that means for sea ice and sea level change

They've delivered groceries and performed light shows at the Olympics. But in the unforgiving Arctic climate, drones have struggled to fly for extended periods of time—the kind that would allow researchers to fly scientific instruments safely to keep tabs on the region.

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19:57 RT.com Firm admits selling potentially tainted rocket fuel to NASA

Anahuac Transport Inc. has pleaded guilty to fraud and delivering potentially tainted rocket fuel to NASA and the US Department of Defense Read Full Article at RT.com

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19:46 Google news Sci/Tech NASA will update us all on its Artemis 1 moon mission today. How to follow it online. - Space.com

NASA will update us all on its Artemis 1 moon mission today. How to follow it online.  Space.comNASA plans update on SLS moon rocket's first flight  UPI NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:35 TheRegister.co.uk US GAO rejects complaint over NASA IT contract

$1.8bn deal not tainted by ex-NASA consultant, watchdog finds The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has rejected a complaint alleging US system integrator Leidos nabbed a juicy NASA IT contract after engaging a former NASA official to help prepare its proposal.…

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17:34 Phys.org NASA develops technology to dissect the lower atmosphere

The part of the atmosphere closest to the planet is the hardest to measure from space due to the volume of gases above it. Studying Earth's planetary boundary layer, or PBL, will enable scientists to better understand the interaction between Earth's surface and weather and how that evolves in a global, changing climate.

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10:20 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble telescope spots a 'Space Triangle' galaxy crash with 'tsunami of starbirth' - Space.com

Hubble telescope spots a 'Space Triangle' galaxy crash with 'tsunami of starbirth'  Space.comHubble captured a stunning image of 3 galaxies merging together  Yahoo EntertainmentNASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation  Daily MailNASA Hubble Space Telescope photographs 3 galaxies colliding  Business InsiderHubble Spots Weird 'Space Triangle' Full of Baby Stars  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:00 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation - Daily Mail

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation  Daily MailHubble telescope spots a 'Space Triangle' galaxy crash with 'tsunami of starbirth'  Space.comGalaxy Collision Creates “Space Triangle” in New Hubble Image  NASA GoddardNASA`s Hubble Space Telescope clicks colliding galaxies forming a strange space triangle  WIONHead-On Galaxy Collision Creates Tsunami of Starbirth  Sci-News.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:49 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation - Daily Mail

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captures a SPACE TRIANGLE of star formation  Daily MailGalaxy Collision Creates “Space Triangle” in New Hubble Image  NASA GoddardHubble telescope spots a 'Space Triangle' galaxy crash with 'tsunami of starbirth'  Space.comNASA`s Hubble Space Telescope clicks colliding galaxies forming a strange space triangle  WIONHead-On Galaxy Collision Creates Tsunami of Starbirth  Sci-News.com

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23.02.2022
17:51 ScienceDaily.com Galaxy collision creates 'space triangle' in new Hubble image

A spectacular head-on collision between two galaxies fueled the unusual triangular-shaped star-birthing frenzy, as captured in a new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

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22.02.2022
21:27 LiveScience.com James Webb Space Telescope will study Milky Way's flaring supermassive black hole

The James Webb Space Telescope will study the weirdly flickering black hole at the heart of our galaxy, the Milky Way.

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20:39 Phys.org NASA rocket team to chase pulsating aurora

A new NASA sounding rocket mission will soon take to the Alaskan skies. The LAMP mission, short for Loss through Auroral Microburst Pulsations, will fly above an often-overlooked kind of northern lights to test a theory on what causes them. The launch window at Poker Flat Research Range in Fairbanks, Alaska, opens on Feb. 24, 2022.

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20:39 Phys.org High-flying NASA 'NACHOS' instrument may help predict volcanic eruptions

NASA is launching a prototype instrument that could make it easier to monitor volcanic activity and air quality. Perched aboard a CubeSat about 300 miles (480 kilometers) above Earth's surface, the "Nanosat Atmospheric Chemistry Hyperspectral Observation System," or NACHOS, will use a compact hyperspectral imager to locate sources of trace gasses in areas as small as 0.15 square miles (0.4 square kilometers)—about the size of the Mall of America in Minnesota. NACHOS is part of Northrop Grumman's 17th resupply mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia.

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20:16 Phys.org Galaxy collision creates 'space triangle' in new Hubble image

A spectacular head-on collision between two galaxies fueled the unusual triangular-shaped star-birthing frenzy, as captured in a new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

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19:39 Nanowerk.com Galaxy collision creates 'space triangle in new Hubble image

A spectacular head-on collision between two galaxies fueled the unusual triangular-shaped star-birthing frenzy, as captured in a new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

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16:27 Phys.org NASA and HeroX are crowdsourcing the search for life on Mars

For almost 60 years, robotic missions have been exploring the surface of Mars in search of potential evidence of life. More robotic missions will join in this search in the next 15 years, the first sample return from Mars (courtesy of the Perseverance rover) will arrive here at Earth, and crewed missions will be sent there. Like their predecessors, these missions will rely on mass spectrometry to analyze samples of the Martian sands to look for potential signs of past life.

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14:35 Technology.org Search for Life on Mars is Crowdsourced by NASA and HeroX

For almost sixty years, robotic missions have been exploring the surface of Mars in search of potential evidence

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10:56 Technology.org High-flying NASA ‘NACHOS’ Instrument May Help Predict Volcanic Eruptions

NASA is launching a prototype instrument that could make it easier to monitor volcanic activity and air quality.

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09:23 Technology.org High-flying NASA ‘NACHOS’ Instrument May Help Predict Volcanic Eruptions

NASA is launching a prototype instrument that could make it easier to monitor volcanic activity and air quality.

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21.02.2022
11:34 Technology.org NASA TV to Air NOAA’s GOES-T Launch, Prelaunch Activities

NASA will provide coverage of the prelaunch and launch activities of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA)

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10:48 Technology.org NASA TV to Air NOAA’s GOES-T Launch, Prelaunch Activities

NASA will provide coverage of the prelaunch and launch activities of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA)

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09:06 Technology.org Northrop Grumman Sends NASA Science, Cargo to International Space Station

A fresh supply of 8,300 pounds of scientific investigations and cargo launched from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in

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20.02.2022
23:14 WhatReallyHappened.com A year on the Red Planet: NASA's Perseverance rover marks first anniversary of '7 minutes of terror' landing on the Martian surface - that has seen it drive two miles, collect six rock samples, watch 19 helicopter flights and even make oxygen

NASA's SUV-sized Perseverance rover landed on the surface of the Red Planet a year ago today, on February 18, 2021 following a 'seven minutes of terror' descent.

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23:02 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA's Curiosity rover captures stunning footage of the Martian sky with clouds of carbon dioxide ice passing by overhead

NASA's Curiosity rover captures stunning footage of the Martian sky with clouds of carbon dioxide ice passing by overhead

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17:18 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-science New NASA mission sheds light on supernova

The first science images recently beamed by the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer back to Earth are spectacular.

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15:23 Google news Sci/Tech Northrop Grumman Cygnus Spacecraft Launches NASA Science, Cargo to International Space Station - SciTechDaily

Northrop Grumman Cygnus Spacecraft Launches NASA Science, Cargo to International Space Station  SciTechDailyNorthrop Grumman launches newest Antares on NG-17 - NASASpaceFlight.com  NASASpaceflight.comLaunch Day Forecast Remains 75% Favorable – Northrop Grumman Cargo Resupply Mission 17  NASANASA resupply mission rocket launches at Wallops Island  WAVY.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:35 Google news Sci/Tech Northrop Grumman Sends NASA Cargo to International Space Station - NASA

Northrop Grumman Sends NASA Cargo to International Space Station  NASANorthrop Grumman launches newest Antares on NG-17 - NASASpaceFlight.com  NASASpaceflight.comNASA resupply mission rocket launches at Wallops Island  WAVY.comLaunch Day Forecast Remains 75% Favorable – Northrop Grumman Cargo Resupply Mission 17  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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19.02.2022
22:07 Google news Sci/Tech Launch Day Forecast Remains 75% Favorable – Northrop Grumman Cargo Resupply Mission 17 - NASA

Launch Day Forecast Remains 75% Favorable – Northrop Grumman Cargo Resupply Mission 17  NASANASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states  NJ.comNorthrop Grumman ready to launch newest Antares on NG-17 - NASASpaceFlight.com  NASASpaceflight.comA Cygnus cargo spacecraft is launching to orbit today. Here's how to watch live.  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:47 Google news Sci/Tech LIVE: NASA launches resupply spacecraft to the International Space Station - Reuters

LIVE: NASA launches resupply spacecraft to the International Space Station  ReutersA Cygnus cargo spacecraft is launching to orbit today. Here's how to watch live.  Space.comNASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states  NJ.comNorthrop Grumman ready to launch newest Antares on NG-17 - NASASpaceFlight.com  NASASpaceflight.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:24 Google news Sci/Tech Watch S.S. Piers Sellers Cygnus Capsule Launch to the Space Station – Official NASA Broadcast - NASA

Watch S.S. Piers Sellers Cygnus Capsule Launch to the Space Station – Official NASA Broadcast  NASAA Cygnus cargo spacecraft is launching to orbit today. Here's how to watch live.  Space.comNASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states  NJ.comNorthrop Grumman ready to launch space station resupply mission – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:24 Google news Sci/Tech Racking Up Accomplishments: NASA's Perseverance Rover Celebrates First Year on Mars by Learning To Run - SciTechDaily

Racking Up Accomplishments: NASA's Perseverance Rover Celebrates First Year on Mars by Learning To Run  SciTechDailyA year after landing on Mars, Perseverance rover sets sights on intriguing new target  CNN1 year later, Ingenuity helicopter still going strong on Mars  Space.comPerseverance Mars rover marks a year on red planet  Fox NewsNASAs Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter mark a year on Mars  News9 LIVEView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:41 WhatReallyHappened.com A year on the Red Planet: NASA's Perseverance rover marks first anniversary of '7 minutes of terror' landing on the Martian surface - that has seen it drive two miles, collect six rock samples, watch 19 helicopter flights and even make oxygen

NASA's SUV-sized Perseverance rover landed on the surface of the Red Planet a year ago today, on February 18, 2021 following a 'seven minutes of terror' descent.

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17:41 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA's SUV-sized Perseverance rover landed on the surface of the Red Planet a year ago today, on February 18, 2021 following a 'seven minutes of terror' descent.

This is the incredible cockpit footage of a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 landing during yesterday's Storm Eunice at Heathrow Airport yesterday combined with Big Jet TV's animated commentary. More than 200,000 people were watching the YouTube channel hosted by Jerry Dywer who was standing on his van at the end of Heathrow Airport's Runway 27 as aircraft battled the terrible conditions.

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12:42 Phys.org Image: Hubble captures swirling galactic trio

The mass of dust and bright swirls of stars in this image are the distant galaxy merger IC 2431, which lies 681 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Cancer.

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09:51 Google news Sci/Tech Three galaxies are tearing each other apart in stunning new Hubble telescope image - Livescience.com

Three galaxies are tearing each other apart in stunning new Hubble telescope image  Livescience.com

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06:49 Google news Sci/Tech NASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states - NJ.com

NASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states  NJ.comCygnus Mission Go for Saturday Launch as Crew Preps  NASACygnus Spacecraft Gears Up to Carry Crucial Cargo to the ISS  autoevolutionHere’s how to see a NASA rocket launch in the sky above NYC this weekend  SILive.comU.S. Cargo Mission Nears Launch, Space Station Crew Unloads Russian Freighter  SciTechDaily

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05:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Perseverance Celebrates First Year on Mars by Learning to Run – NASA's Mars Exploration Program - NASA Mars Exploration

NASA's Perseverance Celebrates First Year on Mars by Learning to Run – NASA's Mars Exploration Program  NASA Mars Exploration1 year later, Ingenuity helicopter still going strong on Mars  Space.comA year after landing on Mars, Perseverance rover sets sights on intriguing new target  CNNPerseverance Mars rover marks a year on red planet  Fox NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:27 Google news Sci/Tech The Next Commercial Cargo Mission to the Space Station on This Week @NASA – February 18, 2022 - NASA

The Next Commercial Cargo Mission to the Space Station on This Week @NASA – February 18, 2022  NASASpace Station Science Highlights: Week of February 14, 2022  NASASpace to Ground: Targeting Cancer Cells: 02/18/2022  NASA JohnsonSpaceCast Weekly - Feb. 18, 2022  NASA VideoView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:27 Google news Sci/Tech NASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states - NJ.com

NASA rocket launch this weekend may be seen from N.J., other eastern states  NJ.comCygnus Mission Go for Saturday Launch as Crew Preps  NASACygnus Spacecraft Gears Up to Carry Crucial Cargo to the ISS  autoevolutionHere’s how to see a NASA rocket launch in the sky above NYC this weekend  SILive.comU.S. Cargo Mission Nears Launch, Space Station Crew Unloads Russian Freighter  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:41 Google news Sci/Tech When the next interstellar object comes, James Webb Space Telescope will be there to study it - Space.com

When the next interstellar object comes, James Webb Space Telescope will be there to study it  Space.comWebb Space Telescope Could Get a Good Look at the Next ‘Oumuamua  GizmodoStudying the next interstellar interloper with Webb  Phys.orgExclusive interview: answers to 20 questions from the James Webb Space Telescope team  Big ThinkJames Webb Space Telescope preparing to keep an eye on space - Skywatching  Castanet.net

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02:30 Google news Sci/Tech Star twinkles 18 times in new James Webb Space Telescope image - Space.com

Star twinkles 18 times in new James Webb Space Telescope image  Space.comNASA captures an electrifying supernova remnant in all its glory  InverseEncouraging Webb Telescope Image Shows a Single Star in a Familiar Pattern  GizmodoNASA IXPE Observatory's First Stunning Image: The Glowing Remains of an Exploded Star  SciTechDailyLook: NASA reveals electrifying remnants of a star that appeared 400 years ago  Inverse

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01:10 LiveScience.com Three galaxies are tearing each other apart in stunning new Hubble telescope image

A Hubble Space Telescope image shows a stunning triple galaxy merger in the constellation Cancer.

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18.02.2022
20:34 Phys.org NASA's Perseverance celebrates first year on Mars by learning to run

NASA's Perseverance rover has notched up a slew of firsts since touching down on Mars one year ago, on Feb. 18, 2021, and the six-wheeled scientist has other important accomplishments in store as it speeds toward its new destination and a new science campaign.

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17:28 Phys.org How NASA plans to destroy the International Space Station, and the dangers involved

NASA has announced plans for the International Space Station (ISS) to be officially decommissioned in 2031. After dozens of launches since 1998 got the station up and into orbit, bringing it down will be a feat of its own—the risks are serious if things go wrong.

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17:28 Google news Sci/Tech After a year on Mars, NASA's Perseverance rover is on course for big discoveries - Space.com

After a year on Mars, NASA's Perseverance rover is on course for big discoveries  Space.comA year on Mars: How NASA's Perseverance hit a geological jackpot  Nature.com12 amazing photos from the Perseverance rover's 1st year on Mars  Space.comWhat We Learned from the Perseverance Rover’s First Year on Mars  Scientific AmericanView Full Coverage on Google News

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14:43 Nature.Com Asteroids, Hubble rival, and Moon base: China sets out space agenda

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10:46 Google news Sci/Tech A year on Mars: How NASA's Perseverance hit a geological jackpot - Nature.com

A year on Mars: How NASA's Perseverance hit a geological jackpot  Nature.comOne year since Perseverance rover landed on Mars | Red Planet | Latest World English News | WION  WIONPerseverance rover's second year on Mars to focus on rock samples, river delta  UPI NewsNASA Celebrates Mars Rover's First Year on Job  VOA NewsWhat We Learned from the Perseverance Rover’s First Year on Mars  Scientific AmericanView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:34 Google news Sci/Tech James Webb Space Telescope Locked Onto Guide Star for High Accuracy Mirror Alignment - SciTechDaily

James Webb Space Telescope Locked Onto Guide Star for High Accuracy Mirror Alignment  SciTechDailyJames Webb Space Telescope has locked onto guide star in crucial milestone  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:51 Google news Sci/Tech Starship's advanced design is said to have NASA officials "sh**ting the bed" - Interesting Engineering

Starship's advanced design is said to have NASA officials "sh**ting the bed"  Interesting EngineeringSpaceX's Elon Musk shares simulation video 'Starship to Mars' depicting his plans for the red planet  WIONSpaceX preparing to assemble launch tower for Starship’s first Florida pad  TeslaratiElon Musk shares Mars-related Starship animation video that will wow you  Hindustan TimesElon Musk's Mars Dream Getting Closer to Reality? Here's What it Would Look Like  News18

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01:29 Google news Sci/Tech James Webb Space Telescope has locked onto guide star in crucial milestone - Space.com

James Webb Space Telescope has locked onto guide star in crucial milestone  Space.com

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17.02.2022
23:29 Nature.Com A year on Mars: How NASA’s Perseverance hit a geological jackpot

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20:50 WhatReallyHappened.com NASA unveils first image from newly launched satellite

US space agency NASA has released the first picture captured by its new Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE), which launched in December to explore and uncover more about black holes. The arresting depiction of the remains of the supernova Cassiopeia A, situated some 11,000 light years from Earth, was sent by the satellite back to NASA, the agency revealed on Monday. The celestial object consists of the leftovers of a star that exploded in the 17th century. IXPE was overlaid on one previously taken by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory, providing “never-before-seen information about Cassiopeia A,” according to NASA scientists. “The IXPE image of Cassiopeia A is as historic as the Chandra image of the same supernova remnant,” Martin C. Weisskopf, the IXPE principal investigator based at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, said of the new release.

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19:02 ScientificAmerican.Com NASA Eyes Electric Car Tech for Future Moon Rovers

Space agencies are partnering with car manufacturers to custom build new rovers—or retrofit commercial vehicles—for future missions to the moon and Mars -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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16:57 LiveScience.com Historic sea-level rise predicted by NASA and government task force

In a new collaborative report, NASA and other U.S. government agencies have found that sea levels will rise up to a foot by 2050.

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14:01 Google news Sci/Tech NASA IXPE Observatory's First Stunning Image: The Glowing Remains of an Exploded Star - SciTechDaily

NASA IXPE Observatory's First Stunning Image: The Glowing Remains of an Exploded Star  SciTechDailyNASA's new X-ray space telescope snaps first image: an exploding star  Business InsiderExpert answers to 20 questions about the James Webb Space Telescope  Big ThinkGlowing clouds surround an exploded star in NASA mission's stunning first image  CNNJames Webb telescope going through cooling process  Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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12:05 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's new X-ray space telescope snaps first image: an exploding star - Business Insider

NASA's new X-ray space telescope snaps first image: an exploding star  Business InsiderGlowing clouds surround an exploded star in NASA mission's stunning first image  CNNExpert answers to 20 questions about the James Webb Space Telescope  Big ThinkJames Webb telescope going through cooling process  Phys.org1st image from NASA's new IXPE X-ray telescope looks like a ball of purple lightning  Space.com

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08:58 Google news Sci/Tech The rocket part that will crash into the moon is probably from China, not SpaceX, NASA says - The Washington Post

The rocket part that will crash into the moon is probably from China, not SpaceX, NASA says  The Washington PostRogue rocket poised to hit moon is Chinese, not a SpaceX Falcon 9, student observations confirm  Space.comChinese rocket mistaken for a SpaceX upper stage on a collision course with the Moon  TeslaratiRocket About To Slam Into the Moon Was Launched by China, Not SpaceX  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:17 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's new X-ray space telescope snaps first image: an exploding star - Business Insider

NASA's new X-ray space telescope snaps first image: an exploding star  Business InsiderGlowing clouds surround an exploded star in NASA mission's stunning first image  CNNJames Webb telescope going through cooling process  Phys.org1st image from NASA's new IXPE X-ray telescope looks like a ball of purple lightning  Space.comNew X-Ray Space Telescope Shares Its First, Historic Glimpse of The Cosmos  ScienceAlertView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:56 Google news Sci/Tech How NASA spots potentially catastrophic geomagnetic storms before they strike - Engadget

How NASA spots potentially catastrophic geomagnetic storms before they strike  EngadgetSpaceX and our space junk problem  Vox.comThreat of Solar Storms Seen with Recent Satellite Loss  VOA Learning EnglishDestroyed Starlink Satellites Caught On Video As They Burn Up In The Sky  SlashGearSolar Storm Knocks 40 SpaceX Satellites Out of Orbit  SmithsonianView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:14 Google news Sci/Tech Starship's advanced design is said to have NASA officials "sh**ting the bed" - Interesting Engineering

Starship's advanced design is said to have NASA officials "sh**ting the bed"  Interesting EngineeringSpaceX preparing to assemble launch tower for Starship’s first Florida pad  TeslaratiElon Musk shares Mars-related Starship animation video that will wow you  Hindustan TimesElon Musk releases video showing us what life on Mars will be like "in our lifetime"  Daily StarSpaceX ‘destacks’ Starship and Super Heavy: what’s next?  TeslaratiView Full Coverage on Google News

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16.02.2022
23:43 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-science The rocket that will crash into the moon is probably from China, not SpaceX, NASA says

The Chinese rocket part probably launched into space seven years ago, NASA said, explaining that the agency identified the booster after analyzing the object’s orbits between 2016 and 2017.

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