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US to Jettison Spy Planes, Satellites Due to Russian, Chinese Missiles - Reports  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 22, 2018 The US Air Force is about to abandon expensive surveillance aircrafts and satellites, opting for an information network out of concerns over Russia's and China's increased space capabilities. The United States has decided to ditch a $7 billion surveillance aircraft program in favor of an information network that connects sensors from manned and unmanned aircraft, satellites, ships at sea a

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2018-02-23 07:35:57



US Ready for Possible Space Wars - National Security Advisor  

Washington (Sputnik) Feb 22, 2018 National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster said on Wednesday at a meeting of the National Space Council that the United States would be prepared for any conflict that took place in space. "Due to competitor and adversary actions, the space domain is increasingly contested. Space has now joined land, sea, and air as a war-fighting domain. While we prefer the conflict not to extend to space, th

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2018-02-23 05:53:38



Astronomy: A rotating system of satellite galaxies raises questions  

Basel, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Astronomers have examined the distribution and movement of dwarf galaxies in the constellation Centaurus, but their observations do not fit with the standard model of cosmology that assumes the existence of dark matter. The international team of researchers led by the University of Basel reported their findings in the journal Science. Like other large galaxies, our Milky Way is surrounded

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2018-02-23 05:49:21



Silk fibers could be high-tech 'natural metamaterials'  

West Lafayette IN (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 New research has demonstrated how the nano-architecture of a silkworm's fiber causes "Anderson localization of light," a discovery that could lead to various innovations and a better understanding of light transport and heat transfer. The discovery also could help create synthetic materials and structures that realize the phenomenon, named after Nobel laureate Philip Anderson, whose theory

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2018-02-23 05:22:50



Space-X lobs Spanish military satellite into orbit  

Washington (AFP) Feb 22, 2018 Elon Musk's Space-X sent a Spanish military satellite into orbit Thursday in a hitch-less liftoff from California, extending the private space company's record of successful launches. Space-X, which proved the utility of its massive Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this month, put up the Paz imaging satellite and two of the company's own test internet communications satellites on a smaller Falcon

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2018-02-23 05:18:46



Magnetic field traces gas and dust swirling around supermassive black hole  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 Astronomers reveal a new high resolution map of the magnetic field lines in gas and dust swirling around the supermassive black hole at the centre of our Galaxy, published in a new paper in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. The team, led by Professor Pat Roche of the University of Oxford, created the map, which is the first of its kind, using the CanariCam infrared camera attach

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2018-02-23 04:39:42



Sixty years of technology in space - what's changed?  

McLean VA (SPX) Feb 23, 2018 Sixty years ago, the United States successfully launched the nation's first satellite into space. The satellite, Explorer 1, was tiny by today's standards: 80 inches long, a bit over 6 inches in diameter, and weighing just under 31 pounds. But unlike the USSR's Sputnik satellite launched a few months earlier, which simply demonstrated the feasibility of getting a satellite to orbit the ear

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2018-02-23 04:10:22



Seven ways Mars InSight is different  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 23, 2018 NASA's Mars InSight lander team is preparing to ship the spacecraft from Lockheed Martin Space in Denver, where it was built and tested, to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, where it will become the first interplanetary mission to launch from the West Coast. The project is led by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. NASA has a long and successful track record at

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2018-02-23 03:34:51



Galaxies that feed on other galaxies  

Canary Islands, Spain (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Most of the information we have about the Milky Way stellar halo comes from its inner region, which we can observe close to the solar neighbourhood. However, for the first time the chemical properties of the external regions of the halo of our galaxy were explored with high resolution spectroscopy in the optical of a sample of 28 red giant stars at large distances from the Sun. The method

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2018-02-23 02:20:49



How spacecraft testing enabled bone marrow research  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 23, 2018 In the 1970s, a NASA employee stepped up to a challenge posed by the National Institutes of Health or NIH: to freeze bone marrow. "Most people don't know that NASA's work isn't just aerospace," said Tom Williams , an engineer working on NASA's space-based communications relay, the Space Network, who responded to the challenge. "Our innovations help people who have nothing to do with the sp

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2018-02-23 02:02:25



Goonhilly goes deep space  

Paris (ESA) Feb 23, 2018 Until now, if you're an entrepreneur planning future missions beyond Earth, you'd have to ask a big space agency to borrow their deep-space antennas. Now, thanks to the UK's county of Cornwall and ESA, you'll have a commercial option, too. If you're planning on flying a robotic or even human mission in the near future to the Moon, an asteroid or even Mars, one indispensable requirement you

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2018-02-23 01:55:24



Theory suggests root efficiency, independence drove global spread of flora  

Princeton NJ (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 A new theory of plant evolution suggests that the 400 million-year drive of flora across the globe may not have been propelled by the above-ground traits we can see easily, but by underground adaptations that allowed plants to become more efficient and independent. As plant species spread north and south from their nutrient-rich tropical beginnings, the fine tips of their roots became narr

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2018-02-23 01:52:09



Star Wars: Why US, Russia, China Make a Big Deal Out of Hitting Satellites  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 22, 2018 A country capable of destroying the adversary's satellites would easily gain the upper hand in modern warfare, Sputnik contributor Andrei Kots notes; adding that at present only three countries can target orbital spacecraft. However, not one of them has developed a full-fledged operating anti-satellite defense system yet, he remarks. Exactly ten years ago, on February 21, 2008, the US mili

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2018-02-23 01:15:10



UMass Amherst physicists contribute to dark matter detector success  

Amherst MA (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 In researchers' quest for evidence of dark matter, physicist Andrea Pocar of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and his students have played an important role in designing and building a key part of the argon-based DarkSide-50 detector located underground in Italy's Gran Sasso National Laboratory. This week, scientists from around the world who gathered at the University of California

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2018-02-23 01:13:40



Swarm trio becomes a quartet  

Paris (ESA) Feb 23, 2018 With the aim of making the best possible use of existing satellites, ESA and Canada have made a deal that turns Swarm into a four-satellite mission to shed even more light on space weather and features such as the aurora borealis. In orbit since 2013, ESA's three identical Swarm satellites have been returning a wealth of information about how our magnetic field is generated and how it prot

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2018-02-23 01:01:43



Researchers demonstrate promising method for improving quantum information processing  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 A team of researchers led by the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has demonstrated a new method for splitting light beams into their frequency modes. The scientists can then choose the frequencies they want to work with and encode photons with quantum information. Their work could spur advancements in quantum information processing and distributed quantum computing. The

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2018-02-22 07:44:48



US Wary of Russian and Chinese Antisatellite Weaponry  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 21, 2018 US National Intelligence believes the two countries are planning to create and use such weapons to knock out any US and allied satellites that could give them the upper hand on the ground. Director of National Intelligence Daniel R. Coats has stated in his report that in the era of global space expansion, some countries, such as Russia and China are seeking to create antisatellite weapons

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2018-02-22 07:11:08



Russia jails four for embezzling millions from cosmodrome project  

Moscow (AFP) Feb 21, 2018 Russia on Wednesday jailed three men and a woman for up to 8 years for embezzling state funding worth millions of dollars while working as contractors on the construction of the country's showpiece Vostochny cosmodrome. The four, who controlled or worked for construction companies, were together found guilty of embezzling 1.3 billion rubles ($23 million) from the national prestige project, i

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2018-02-22 06:59:43



Waterbeds simulate weightlessness to help Skinsuits combat back pain in space  

Paris (ESA) Feb 22, 2018 Astronauts tend to become taller in weightlessness - causing back pain and making it difficult to fit into spacesuits. Astronauts may be more likely to suffer from 'slipped discs' after landing. Researchers at King's College London, UK, have been testing a Skinsuit to combat these problems, using a novel simulation of microgravity: adding magnesium salts to a half-filled waterbed. They wer

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2018-02-22 06:33:22



NASA Wants Ideas from University Teams for Future Human Space Missions  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 Teams at U.S. colleges and universities have an opportunity to potentially help NASA with innovative design ideas to meet the challenges of space exploration. The 2019 eXploration Systems and Habitation (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge supports NASA's efforts to develop technologies and capabilities that will enable future human missions throughout our solar system. In collaboration w

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2018-02-22 06:26:42



Vice President Pence Hosts National Space Council at NASA's Kennedy Space Center  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 Vice President Mike Pence returned to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Feb. 20, this time to chair a meeting of the recently re-established National Space Council. During his first trip to Kennedy on July 6, 2017, Pence spoke to center employees and toured numerous facilities supporting ongoing work at the premier, multi-user spaceport. After his arrival this time, Vice President Pence

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2018-02-22 05:55:47



ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter ready to start sniffing the methane  

Paris (ESA) Feb 22, 2018 Slowed by skimming through the very top of the upper atmosphere, ESA's ExoMars has lowered itself into a planet-hugging orbit and is about ready to begin sniffing the Red Planet for methane. The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter arrived at Mars in October 2016 to investigate the potentially biological or geological origin of trace gases in the atmosphere. It will also serve as a relay, conne

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2018-02-22 05:23:53



Measuring the temperature of two-dimensional materials at the atomic level  

Chicago IL (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago describe a new technique for precisely measuring the temperature and behavior of new two-dimensional materials that will allow engineers to design smaller and faster microprocessors. Their findings are reported in the journal Physical Review Letters. Newly developed two-dimensional materials, such as graphene - which consists of a single

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2018-02-22 04:05:03



Some black holes erase your past  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 In the real world, your past uniquely determines your future. If a physicist knows how the universe starts out, she can calculate its future for all time and all space. But a UC Berkeley mathematician has found some types of black holes in which this law breaks down. If someone were to venture into one of these relatively benign black holes, they could survive, but their past would be obli

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2018-02-22 03:54:33



Israel, US Successfully Test Hetz 3 Exoatmospheric Anti-Missile System  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 21, 2018 Israel and the United States have conducted a successful test of the Hetz 3 ("Arrow-3") long-range missile system, capable of intercepting ballistic missiles in space, the Israeli Defense Ministry said Monday. "Last night at 02.30 [00.30 GMT], the Israeli Defense Ministry together with the US Department of Defense conducted a successful test of the Hetz 3 anti-missile system designed to in

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2018-02-22 02:48:28



Nearly a Decade After Mars Phoenix Landed, Another Look  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 22, 2018 A recent view from Mars orbit of the site where NASA's Phoenix Mars mission landed on far-northern Mars nearly a decade ago shows that dust has covered some marks of the landing. The Phoenix lander itself, plus its back shell and parachute, are still visible in the image taken Dec. 21, 2017, by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orb

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2018-02-22 02:01:20



Amateur astronomer captures rare first light from massive exploding star  

Maunakea HI (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 Thanks to lucky snapshots taken by an amateur astronomer in Argentina, scientists have obtained their first view of the initial burst of light from the explosion of a massive star. During tests of a new camera, Victor Buso captured images of a distant galaxy before and after the supernova's "shock breakout" - when a supersonic pressure wave from the exploding core of the star hits and heat

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2018-02-22 01:30:23



International team publishes roadmap to enhance radioresistance for space colonization  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 An international team of researchers from NASA Ames Research Center, Environmental and Radiation Health Sciences Directorate at Health Canada, Oxford University, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Insilico Medicine, the Biogerontology Research Center, Boston University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Lethbridge, Ghent University, Center for Healthy Aging and

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2018-02-22 01:27:14



RS-25 Engine Throttles Up for Deep Space Exploration  

Stennis Space Center, MS (SPX) Feb 22, 2018 With an eye toward future deep space missions, Aerojet Rocketdyne and NASA have powered up the RS-25 main engine for the agency's powerful heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) to its highest thrust levels yet. During the 260-second hot fire test, the RS-25 engine throttled up to 113 percent of its original design thrust level. The first four flights of SLS will use engines that max out at

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2018-02-22 01:19:12



Lockheed Martin Launches software to simultaneously control multiple UAV types anywhere on Earth  

Calgary, Canada (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 Lockheed Martin software has been simultaneously flying, on average, at least six unmanned aircraft during every hour of the last 25 years, completing missions as diverse as reconnaisance, inspection, mapping and targeting. Today, Lockheed Martin is launching VCSi, a new vehicle control software, as the culmination of more than two decades of experience and 1.5 million hours of operational use.

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2018-02-22 01:07:17



Astronomers Reveal Secrets of Most Distant Supernova  

Southampton, UK (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 An international team of astronomers led by the University of Southampton has confirmed the discovery of the most distant supernova ever detected - a huge cosmic explosion that took place 10.5 billion years ago, or three-quarters the age of the universe itself. The exploding star, named DES16C2nm, was detected by the Dark Energy Survey (DES) (an internati

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2018-02-21 08:44:59



Ecosystem For Near-Earth Space Control  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 In just two months, at the 34th Space Symposium, the space community will hear about a possible game-changing discovery that may create a new paradigm for near-Earth space control. On April 18th, in the International Center, South at the Broadmoor Hotel, Dr. Marshall Kaplan, Co-Founder and CTO of Launchspace Technologies Corporation will present his patented concept entitled, "Inclination Zero -

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2018-02-21 08:37:19



Laser-ranged satellite measurement now accurately reflects Earth's tidal perturbations  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 Tides on Earth have a far-reaching influence, including disturbing satellites' measurements by affecting their motion. This disturbance can be studied using a model for the gravitational potential of the Earth, taking into account the fact that Earth's shape is not spherical. The LAser RElativity Satellite (LARES), is the best ever relevant test particle to move in the Earth's gravitationa

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2018-02-21 07:47:39



New models give insight into the heart of the Rosette Nebula  

Leeds UK (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 A hole at the heart of a stunning rose-like interstellar cloud has puzzled astronomers for decades. But new research, led by the University of Leeds, offers an explanation for the discrepancy between the size and age of the Rosetta Nebula's central cavity and that of its central stars. The Rosette Nebula is located in the Milky Way Galaxy roughly 5,000 light-years from Earth and is known f

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2018-02-21 07:02:36



U.S., Israel test Arrow 3 missile system  

Washington (UPI) Feb 20, 2018 The United States and Israel successfully tested the Arrow 3 weapons system to defend against ballistic missiles. Israel Aerospace Industries, in collaboration with the Israeli air force and the United States' Missile Defense Agency, conducted the test at 2:30 a.m. Monday at an unidentified site in central Israel, the U.S. Defense Department said in a release. The Israeli Ministr

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2018-02-21 06:45:31



NASA's James Webb Space Telescope to Reveal Secrets of the Red Planet  

Baltimore, MD (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 The planet Mars has fascinated scientists for over a century. Today, it is a frigid desert world with a carbon dioxide atmosphere 100 times thinner than Earth's. But evidence suggests that in the early history of our solar system, Mars had an ocean's worth of water. NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will study Mars to learn more about the planet's transition from wet to dry, and what that means

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2018-02-21 06:35:48



Friction found where there should be none: In superfluids near absolute zero  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Understanding the causes and effects of the friction could pave the way for explorations into the composition of neutron stars and our universe. Here on Earth, the Aalto researchers' results will be invaluable for curtailing the production of heat and unwanted glitches in quantum computer components. "For now, we have to study the phenomenon itself more in depth, before we can have insight

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2018-02-21 04:53:06



Overabundance of massive stars in the Tarantula Nebula  

Canary Islands, Spain (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Lead author Fabian Schneider, a Hintze Research Fellow in the University of Oxford's Department of Physics, said: "We were astonished when we realised that 30 Doradus has formed many more massive stars than expected." As part of the VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey (VFTS), the team used ESO's Very Large Telescope to observe nearly 1,000 massive stars in 30 Doradus, a gigantic stellar nursery al

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2018-02-21 04:17:14



Lockheed Martin Completes Assembly on Arabsat's Newest Communications Satellite  

Denver CO (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 A new, high-capacity communications satellite that will deliver TV, internet and mobile phone services to the Middle East, Africa and Europe is one step closer to launch. Lockheed Martin has completed assembly on the Arabsat-6A satellite, which was recently shipped to its Sunnyvale, California facility to begin a comprehensive series of tests to ensure the satellite is ready for operations in or

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2018-02-21 04:11:44



Stellar winds behaving unexpectedly  

Paris (ESA) Feb 20, 2018 ESA's XMM-Newton has spotted surprising changes in the powerful streams of gas from two massive stars, suggesting that colliding stellar winds don't behave as expected. Massive stars - several times larger than our Sun - lead turbulent lives, burning their nuclear fuel rapidly and pouring large amounts of material into their surroundings throughout their short but sparkling lives. Th

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2018-02-21 03:56:44



Bringing a hidden superconducting state to light  

Upton NY (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 A team of scientists has detected a hidden state of electronic order in a layered material containing lanthanum, barium, copper, and oxygen (LBCO). When cooled to a certain temperature and with certain concentrations of barium, LBCO is known to conduct electricity without resistance, but now there is evidence that a superconducting state actually occurs above this temperature too. It was just a

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2018-02-21 03:18:28



Opportunity Continues to Benefit from Dust Cleaning of the Solar Panels  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 21, 2018 Opportunity is continuing the exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is positioned on the north fork of a local flow channel about half way down the valley. Improved energy levels from dust cleaning of the solar arrays continues to benefit activity on the rover. On Sol 4992 (Feb. 7, 2018), Opportunity was able to perform an overnight Alpha

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2018-02-21 03:16:14



"Ultramassive" Black Holes Discovered in Far-Off Galaxies  

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 Thanks to data collected by NASA's Chandra X-ray telescope on galaxies up to 3.5 billion light-years away from Earth, an international team of astrophysicists was able to detect what is likely to be the most massive black holes ever discovered in the universe. The team's calculations showed that these "ultramassive" black holes are growing faster than the stars in their respective galaxies.

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2018-02-21 02:46:16



Pulsating aurora mysteries uncovered with help from THEMIS and ERG missions  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 Sometimes on a dark night near the poles, the sky pulses a diffuse glow of green, purple and red. Unlike the long, shimmering veils of typical auroral displays, these pulsating auroras are much dimmer and less common. While scientists have long known auroras to be associated with solar activity, the precise mechanism of pulsating auroras was unknown. Now, new research, using data from NASA

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2018-02-21 02:46:08



No Relation Between a Supermassive Black Hole and Its Host Galaxy  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 21, 2018 Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) to observe an active galaxy with a strong ionized gas outflow from the galactic center, a team led by Dr. Yoshiki Toba of the Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA, Taiwan) has obtained a result making astronomers even more puzzled - the team clearly detected carbon monoxide (CO) gas that is associated with th

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2018-02-21 01:15:14



News about Tabby's star, the most mysterious star of 2017  

Canary Islands, Spain (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 KIC 8462852, or "Tabby's Star" named after Tabetha Boyajian, the researcher at Louisiana State University (USA) who is leading its study, is a medium sized star, some 50% bigger than the Sun, and 1,000 degrees hotter, at a distance of around 1000 light years. However its brightness has been rising and falling sporadically, without a known explanation. Many theories and speculations of different

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2018-02-20 08:11:58



CALIFA renews the classification of galaxies  

Canary Islands, Spain (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 The objects within galaxies have two basic types of motions: orbiting around the galaxy centre in a regular organized disc, or in orbits oriented at random without a clear direction of rotaiton. If we imagined that galaxies behave in the same way as the Solar System we could think that as the objects move further away from the centre their orbital velocities decrease. However this is not n

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2018-02-20 08:08:42



Iridium Certus broadband readies for DOD wsers with COMSAT  

McLean VA (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Iridium Communications Inc. reports that COMSAT, Inc., has signed an agreement to become an Iridium Certus service provider for U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) users. This unique, long-term deal will allow COMSAT Inc. to provide Iridium's secure global satellite broadband connectivity for mobile voice and data services to the Department of Defense (DoD) beginning in mid-2018. COMSAT, Inc.

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2018-02-20 07:46:21



Satellite galaxies of Centaurus A are on a coordinated dance  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 The satellite dwarf galaxies orbiting around the much larger galaxy Centaurus A are rotating in synchrony around their host, to researchers' surprise. (Researchers expected them to orbit at random). The results contradict simulations based on standard cosmology, which predict that fewer than 1% of satellite systems should exhibit this synchronous behavior. Because our own Milky Way and the

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2018-02-20 07:17:01



UMass Amherst physicists speed up droplet-wrapping process  

Amherst MA (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Experimental physicists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has reported that they have developed a fast, dynamic new process for wrapping liquid droplets in ultrathin polymer sheets, so what once was a painstaking process taking tens of minutes can now be done in a fraction of a second. Physics professor Narayanan Menon, with current postdoctoral researcher Deepak Kumar, former pos

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2018-02-20 06:52:13



Artificial intelligence poses questions for nature of war: Mattis  

Washington (AFP) Feb 18, 2018 Artificial intelligence and its impact on weapons of the future has made US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis doubt his own theories on warfare. A question on the subject prompted the retired Marine general to give an impromptu seminar on his theory of war Saturday to reporters returning with him from a week-long tour of Europe. Recalling his own writings, he differentiated between the essent

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2018-02-20 06:16:16



Ensuring fresh air for all  

Paris (ESA) Feb 20, 2018 A start-up company from an ESA business incubator is offering affordable air-quality monitors for homes, schools and businesses using technology it developed for the International Space Station. "We realised that the problem astronauts face with limited of exchange of air inside the International Space Station is also the case for many people inside buildings that have little or no ventila

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2018-02-20 05:56:08



New hole-punched crystal clears a path for quantum light  

College Park MD (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Optical highways for light are at the heart of modern communications. But when it comes to guiding individual blips of light called photons, reliable transit is far less common. Now, a collaboration of researchers from the University of Maryland's Joint Quantum Institute (JQI), led by Associate Professor Mohammad Hafezi and Professor Edo Waks, has created a photonic chip that both generates sing

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2018-02-20 05:45:15



Defying US, Paris and Berlin stand firm on EU defence pact  

Munich, Germany (AFP) Feb 16, 2018 Europe must be able to stand on its own feet militarily, France and Germany said Friday as they made the case for a new EU defence pact that has rattled Washington. In opening remarks at the Munich Security Conference, French Defence Minister Florence Parly and her German counterpart Ursula von der Leyen said the EU plan posed no threat to NATO. But they stressed that the European Union

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2018-02-20 04:47:32



Light pollution threatens Chile's dark skies  

Paranal, Chile (AFP) Feb 17, 2018 It seems nothing can escape the inexorable spread of light pollution - not even the giant telescopes probing the heavens above northern Chile, a region whose pristine dark skies, long considered a paradise for astronomers, are under increasing threat. The Atacama desert, 1,200 kilometers (750 miles) north of the capital Santiago, provides ideal conditions where astronomers study the stars i

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2018-02-20 04:15:50



A new way of generating ultra-short bursts of light  

Stanford CA (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 Although critical for varied applications, such as cutting and welding, surgery and transmitting bits through optical fiber, lasers have some limitations - namely, they only produce light in limited wavelength ranges. Now, researchers from the Ginzton Lab at Stanford University have modified similar light sources, called optical parametric oscillators, to overcome this obstacle. Until now,

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2018-02-20 03:42:34



Cyberattacks are costly, and things could get worse: US report  

Washington (AFP) Feb 16, 2018 Cyberattacks cost the United States between $57 billion and $109 billion in 2016, a White House report said Friday, warning of a "spillover" effect for the broader economy if the situation worsens. A report by the White House Council of Economic Advisers sought to quantify what it called "malicious cyber activity directed at private and public entities" including denial of service attacks, d

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2018-02-20 03:05:23



New study challenges popular theory about dwarf galaxies  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 A new international study involving The Australian National University (ANU) has found a plane of dwarf galaxies orbiting around Centaurus A in a discovery that challenges a popular theory about how dwarf galaxies are spread around the Universe. Co-researcher Associate Professor Helmut Jerjen from ANU said astronomers had previously observed planes of dwarf galaxies whirling around our gal

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2018-02-20 02:44:15



New technology can help scientists peer into deep space  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Feb 20, 2018 A team of Australian scientists, including researchers from The Australian National University (ANU), have found a new way to use the telecommunications network to synchronise radio telescopes, which help scientists peer into deep space. Linking radio telescopes in an array currently requires that each telescope has access to an atomic clock to record the precise time when a signal is dete

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2018-02-20 02:37:38



Astrophysicists Warn Us Against Opening Malicious E.T. Messages  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 16, 2018 The idea of receiving some useful information from extra-terrestrial life-forms has long fascinated humanity and even inspired books and films, such as Contact (1997). However, there are those who have warned against trusting alien signals too much. According to the results of the recent research there is a high chance that the messages that we receive from the deep space can carry content

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2018-02-19 07:52:29



NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite arrives at KSC for launch  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 NASA's next planet-hunting mission has arrived in Florida to begin preparations for launch. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is scheduled to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station nearby NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida no earlier than April 16, pending range approval. TESS was delivered Feb. 12 aboard a truck from Orbital ATK in Dull

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2018-02-19 06:49:56



Towards a better prediction of solar eruptions  

Paris, France (SPX) Feb 13, 2018 Just one phenomenon may underlie all solar eruptions, according to researchers from the CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, CEA and INRIA[1] in an article featured on the cover of the February 8 issue of Nature magazine. They have identified the presence of a confining 'cage' in which a magnetic rope[2] forms, causing solar eruptions. It is the resistance of this cage to the attack of the rope that

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2018-02-19 06:46:19



Rotating dusty gaseous donut around an active supermassive black hole  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Almost all galaxies hold concealed monstrous black holes in their centers. Researchers have known for a long time that the more massive the galaxy is, the more massive the central black hole is. This sounds reasonable at first, but host galaxies are 10 billion times bigger than the central black holes; it should be difficult for two objects of such vastly different scales to directly affect each

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2018-02-19 06:20:19



Captured electrons excite nuclei to higher energy states  

Lemont IL (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 For the first time, physicists from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and their collaborators, led by a team from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, demonstrated a long-theorized nuclear effect. This advance tests theoretical models that describe how nuclear and atomic realms interact and may also provide new insights into how star elements are created. Phys

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2018-02-19 05:58:06



Asteroid 'time capsules' may help explain how life started on Earth  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Feb 19, 2018 In popular culture, asteroids play the role of apocalyptic threat, get blamed for wiping out the dinosaurs - and offer an extraterrestrial source for mineral mining. But for researcher Nicholas Hud, asteroids play an entirely different role: that of time capsules showing what molecules originally existed in our solar system. Having that information gives scientists the starting point they

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2018-02-19 05:37:57



Prototype dish for SKA super telescope assembled in China  

Shijiazhuang (XNA) Feb 12, 2018 The first fully assembled dish for the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) radio telescope was unveiled Tuesday in Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province. The SKA, an international effort to build the world's largest radio telescope using arrays in Australia and South Africa, is not a single telescope, but a collection of telescopes or instruments, called an array, to be spread ove

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2018-02-19 05:36:17



Tracking a typhoon's seismic footprint  

Princeton NJ (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Climatologists are often asked, "Is climate change making hurricanes stronger?" but they can't give a definitive answer because the global hurricane record only goes back to the dawn of the satellite era. But now, an intersection of disciplines - seismology, atmospheric sciences, and oceanography - offers an untapped data source: the continuous seismic record, which dates back to the early 20th

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2018-02-19 05:01:01



Pentagon looks to counter rivals' hypersonic missiles  

Washington (AFP) Feb 15, 2018 Even as the Pentagon hustles to ensure that its defenses keep pace with North Korea's fast-growing rocket program, US officials increasingly are turning attention to a new generation of missile threat. These weapons under development by China and Russia - as well as by the United States - can fly at many times the speed of sound and are designed to beat regular anti-missile defense systems

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2018-02-19 02:57:07



Humans will actually react pretty well to news of alien life  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Feb 19, 2018 As humans reach out technologically to see if there are other life forms in the universe, one important question needs to be answered: When we make contact, how are we going to handle it? Will we feel threatened and react in horror? Will we embrace it? Will we even understand it? Or, will we shrug it off as another thing we have to deal with in our increasingly fast-paced world? "If we cam

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2018-02-19 02:43:58



Orbital ATK contracted for testing of drone missile targets  

Washington (UPI) Feb 15, 2018 Orbital ATK has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy for development, testing and evaluation of the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Ground Launch Drone Missile, or GQM-163A. The contract, announced Wednesday by the Department of Defense, is valued at $79.4 million under a cost-plus-fixed-fee indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract for operation and maintenance sup

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2018-02-19 02:21:04



Japanese, US astronauts end spacewalk to fix robotic arm  

Washington (AFP) Feb 16, 2018 A Japanese and an American astronaut floated for hours outside the International Space Station Friday on a spacewalk to repair the orbiting outpost's robotic arm and move some equipment into storage. The spacewalk, broadcast live on NASA TV, was the first for Japanese Aerospace Agency (JAXA) astronaut Norishige Kanai, and the fourth for his US counterpart Mark Vande Hei. "You have been d

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2018-02-19 02:11:15



Ball Aerospace Delivers Flight Cryocooler Early for NASA's Landsat Mission  

Boulder CO (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Ball Aerospace delivered the TIRS-2 Flight Cryocooler for the Landsat 9 TIRS-2 instrument ahead of schedule to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC). Achieving this milestone early will allow GSFC additional time and options during the instrument integration and test phase. For more than 45 years, Landsat Earth-observing satellite missions have gathered multispectral imagery from space

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2018-02-19 01:16:06



Oppy Takes A Selfie To Mark Sol 5000  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 16, 2018 The Sun will rise on NASA's solar-powered Mars rover Opportunity for the 5,000th time on Saturday, sending rays of energy to a golf-cart-size robotic field geologist that continues to provide revelations about the Red Planet. "Five thousand sols after the start of our 90-sol mission, this amazing rover is still showing us surprises on Mars," said Opportunity Project Manager John Callas, of

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2018-02-16 17:06:18



University Holds Tenth Annual Space Horizons Workshop  

Providence RI (SPX) Feb 13, 2018 This past weekend, students, faculty and aerospace professionals gathered in Barus and Holley to participate in the tenth annual Space Horizons workshop. The event focused on the industry's shift toward the private sector, a change that has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. The workshop was designed to provide an informal setting for conversation and interaction with the audie

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2018-02-16 07:52:26



Scientists make first direct observation of electron frolic  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 The shower of electrons bouncing across Earth's magnetosphere - commonly known as the Northern Lights - has been directly observed for the first time by an international team of scientists. While the cause of these colorful auroras has long been hypothesized, researchers had never directly observed the underlying mechanism until now. The spectacle of these subatomic showers is legendary. G

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2018-02-16 07:40:33



Last NASA Communications Satellite of its Kind Joins Fleet  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 NASA has begun operating the last satellite of its kind in the network that provides communications and tracking services to more than 40 NASA missions, including critical, real-time communication with the International Space Station. Following its August launch and a five-month period of in-orbit testing, the third-generation Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS), referred to as TDRS-M until

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2018-02-16 07:11:09



NASA's Lunar Outpost will Extend Human Presence in Deep Space  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 As NASA sets its sights on returning to the Moon, and preparing for Mars, the agency is developing new opportunities in lunar orbit to provide the foundation for human exploration deeper into the solar system. For months, the agency has been studying an orbital outpost concept in the vicinity of the Moon with U.S. industry and the International Space Station partners. As part of the fiscal year

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2018-02-16 07:04:24



Five Years after the Chelyabinsk Meteor: NASA Leads Efforts in Planetary Defense  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 16, 2018 A blinding flash, a loud sonic boom, and shattered glass everywhere. This is what the people of Chelyabinsk, Russia, experienced five years ago when an asteroid exploded over their city the morning of Feb. 15, 2013. The house-sized asteroid entered the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk at over eleven miles per second and blew apart 14 miles above the ground. The explosion released the energy equ

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2018-02-16 06:57:16



Mars Rover Opportunity Reaches 5000 Sols On Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 16, 2018 NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity keeps providing surprises about the Red Planet, most recently with observations of possible "rock stripes." The ground texture seen in recent images from the rover resembles a smudged version of very distinctive stone stripes on some mountain slopes on Earth that result from repeated cycles of freezing and thawing of wet soil. But it might also be

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2018-02-16 06:14:28



Repetition key to self-healing, flexible medical devices  

University Park PA (SPX) Feb 13, 2018 Medical devices powered by synthetic proteins created from repeated sequences of proteins may be possible, according to materials science and biotechnology experts, who looked at material inspired by the proteins in squid ring teeth. "The question we had was whether we could make flexible and self-healing medical devices to work on protons the way biological systems do," said Melik Demirel

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2018-02-16 05:39:29



Tricking photons leads to first-of-its-kind laser breakthrough  

Orlando FL (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 A team of optics researchers from the University of Central Florida has demonstrated the first-ever nonmagnetic topological insulator laser, a finding that has the potential to substantially improve the efficiency, beam quality, and resilience of semiconductor laser arrays. These results are presented in two research papers, one describing the theory of topological lasers and the other exp

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2018-02-16 05:35:08



First 3-D imaging of excited quantum dots  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Quantum dots are rapidly taking center stage in emerging applications and research developments, from enhanced LCD TVs and thin-film solar cells, to high-speed data transfer and fluorescent labeling in biomedical applications. Researchers are still studying how to precisely control the growth of these nanoscale particles and their underlying quantum behavior. For instance, defects form dur

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2018-02-16 04:48:40



Physicists create new form of light  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Try a quick experiment: Take two flashlights into a dark room and shine them so that their light beams cross. Notice anything peculiar? The rather anticlimactic answer is, probably not. That's because the individual photons that make up light do not interact. Instead, they simply pass each other by, like indifferent spirits in the night. But what if light particles could be made to interac

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2018-02-16 04:35:28



Trump's Privatized ISS 'Not Impossible,' but Would Require 'Renegotiation'  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 16, 2018 US President Donald Trump wants to privatize the International Space Station, looking to turn the station into an orbiting real estate venture run not by the government, but by private industry. Radio Sputnik discussed plans to privatize the space station with Frans von der Dunk, professor of space law at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. According to the Washington Post report, Trump wa

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2018-02-16 04:11:11



Launch Reservation with Open Cosmos  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Vector, a nanosatellite launch company comprised of new-space and enterprise software industry veterans from SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, McDonnell Douglas, Boeing, Sea Launch and VMware and Open Cosmos, a space mission provider, has announced an agreement to reserve five orbital launches between 2019 and 2023 on the Vector-R launch vehicle. The announcement comes in advance of Vector's first orbita

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2018-02-16 04:06:54



Russian Resupply Ship Delivers Three Tons of Cargo  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 16, 2018 Russian Progress MS-08 cargo spacecraft automatically docked on Thursday with the International Space Station (ISS) after being launched on Tuesday atop the Soyuz-2.1a rocket from the Baikonur cosmodrome, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the Mission Control Center. "There is a docking! There is a mechanical capture," a commentator at the control center said hours after the Soyuz-2.1a

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2018-02-16 03:42:39



140 successful tests and several "firsts" for Vinci, the engine for Ariane 6  

Vernon, France (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 The re-ignitable Vinci, engine, which will power the upper stage of the Ariane 6 launcher, has now successfully completed its last two subsystems qualification campaigns (M6 and M7) with 140 engine tests conducted. The tests in campaigns M6 and M7, vital for qualification of the engine subsystems, were carried out on the PF52 bench at the ArianeGroup site in Vernon, France, and on the Germ

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2018-02-16 03:20:30



Hubble sees Neptune's mysterious shrinking storm   

Baltimore MD (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Three billion miles away on the farthest known major planet in our solar system, an ominous, dark storm - once big enough to stretch across the Atlantic Ocean from Boston to Portugal - is shrinking out of existence as seen in pictures of Neptune taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Immense dark storms on Neptune were first discovered in the late 1980s by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. Sin

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2018-02-16 02:53:55



Kepler Scientists Discover Almost 100 New Exoplanets  

Copenhagen, Denmark (SPX) Feb 16, 2018 Based on data from NASA's K2 mission an international team of scientists have just confirmed nearly 100 new exoplanets, planets located outside our solar system. This brings the total number of new exoplanets found with the K2 mission up to almost 300. The new results are to be published in the Astronomical Journal. "We started out analyzing 275 candidates of which 149 were validated as re

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2018-02-16 02:26:39



Astronomers Concerned with Proposed Cancellation of Space Telescope  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Sharing alarm voiced by other scientists, leaders of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) are expressing grave concern over the administration's proposed cuts to NASA's astrophysics budget and the abrupt cancellation of the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST). "We cannot accept termination of WFIRST, which was the highest-priority space-astronomy mission in the most recent dec

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2018-02-15 07:31:46



Long March rockets on ambitious mission in 2018  

Xichang, China (XNA) Feb 15, 2018 The Long March-3B rocket launched Monday from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province marked the seventh successful mission of the Long March rocket series since the beginning of 2018. The year 2018 will be an ambitious year for China's space program, with the largest number of Long March rocket launches. According to Cen Zheng, rocket system command

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2018-02-15 07:08:50



Air Force makes way for the B-21 Raider to replace B-1B, B-2 bombers  

Washington (UPI) Feb 13, 2018 The U.S. Air Force has rolled out plans to phase out the B-1B and B-2 bomber fleets as it makes way for the new B-21 Raider, which is currently under development by Northrop Grumman. Air Force officials on Monday made public their bomber fleet plans during a Pentagon press briefing for the service's 2019 fiscal year budget request. "As part of our decisions presented in the FY19

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2018-02-15 06:22:32



The search for dark matter: Axions have ever fewer places to hide  

Warsaw, Poland (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 If they existed, axions - one of the candidates for particles of the mysterious dark matter - could interact with the matter forming our world, but they would have to do this to a much, much weaker extent than it has seemed up to now. New, rigorous constraints on the properties of axions have been imposed by an international team of scientists responsible for the nEDM experiment. The lates

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2018-02-15 05:53:40



Milky Way ties with neighbor in galactic arms race  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Astronomers have discovered that our nearest big neighbour, the Andromeda galaxy, is roughly the same size as the Milky Way. It had been thought that Andromeda was two to three times the size of the Milky Way, and that our own galaxy would ultimately be engulfed by our bigger neighbour. But the latest research, evens the score between the two galaxies. It found the weight of th

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2018-02-15 05:52:37



Researchers take terahertz data links around the bend  

Providence RI (SPX) Feb 12, 2018 An off-the-wall new study by Brown University researchers shows that terahertz frequency data links can bounce around a room without dropping too much data. The results are good news for the feasibility of future terahertz wireless data networks, which have the potential to carry many times more data than current networks. Today's cellular networks and Wi-Fi systems rely on microwave radia

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2018-02-15 05:20:39



Advances in lasers get to the long and short of it  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 12, 2018 Since lasers were first developed, the demand for more adaptable lasers has only increased. Chiral nematic liquid crystals (CLCs) are an emerging class of lasing devices that are poised to shape how lasers are used in the future because of their low thresholds, ease of fabrication, and ability to be tuned across wider swaths of the electromagnetic spectrum. New work on how to select band-edge mo

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2018-02-15 04:27:51



Chimpanzee self-control is related to intelligence  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Feb 12, 2018 As is true in humans, chimpanzees' general intelligence is correlated to their ability to exert self-control and delay gratification, according to new research at Georgia State University. The research finding relates back to the famous "marshmallow test," an experiment originally performed at Stanford University in the 1960s. In the test, children are given the choice of taking a small, i

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2018-02-15 04:10:10



Research will help scientists understand how stars create elements  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Feb 13, 2018 New research involving The Australian National University (ANU) has, for the first time, demonstrated a long-theorised nuclear effect, in a feat that will help scientists understand how stars evolve and produce elements such as gold and platinum. Physicists first predicted the effect, called Nuclear Excitation by Electron Capture (NEEC), more than 40 years ago, but this research was the fi

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2018-02-15 03:14:12



NASA's OSIRIS-REx Captures New Earth-Moon Image  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 As part of an engineering test, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft captured this image of the Earth and Moon using its NavCam1 imager on January 17 from a distance of 39.5 million miles (63.6 million km). When the camera acquired the image, the spacecraft was moving away from home at a speed of 19,000 miles per hour (8.5 kilometers per second). Earth is the largest, brightest spot in the center

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2018-02-15 03:05:22



Recreating outer space in the lab  

Sendai, Japan (SPX) Feb 15, 2018 Thermodynamics provides insight into the internal energy of a system and the energy interaction with its surroundings. This relies on the local thermal equilibrium of a system. A challenging topic of research has been the application of classical thermodynamics to out of equilibrium systems, e.g., granular gas and materials, the construction of phase diagrams in hard sphere packing in 3D, and pl

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2018-02-15 03:02:14






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