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February 6, 2022

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Space.com

The drone video captures the launch and landing of SpaceX’s NROL-87 mission on Feb. 3.

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Space.com

Webb needs to be very cold for its infrared instruments to pick up subtleties in galaxies, exoplanets and other objects it is examining, and Mather said individual photons (particles of light) are starting to register in the telescope’s detectors. “No …

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CNN

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. (CNN) Three thousand miles off the coast of New Zealand and 2,000 miles north of Antarctica, Point Nemo is …

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USA TODAY

It can be easily manufactured in large quantities, and the use cases range from lightweight coatings for cars and phones to building blocks for massive structures such as bridges, according to Michael Strano, the Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical …

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New York Post

Near-Earth asteroid. A 10km asteroid would likely wipe out almost all life on our planet. Getty Images. In the sci-fi comedy “Don’t Look …

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Orlando Sentinel

Since she was little, Noemi Pinilla Alonso was interested in science, mathematics and looking at the sky beyond the stars. Now, the planetary scientist at the Florida Space Institute based at the University of Central Florida says she’s living the …

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SpaceCoastDaily.com

ABOVE VIDEO: Astra Space has announced that it plans to deploy its first satellite in orbit for NASA when it launches a Astra Rocket 3 (VCLS Demo 2) on Sunday, February 6 from Cape Canaveral. Astra Space has announced that it plans to deploy its first …

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The Weather Channel

While Earth’s Moon is large for the planet’s size, a new study has now found that our planet was just the right size to form such a large, life-enabling moon. A study by researchers from the University of Rochester in New York, found that rocky planets …

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Digital Trends

Now, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) has announced it is setting up a new center to tackle this issue, called the IAU Centre for the Protection of the Dark and Quiet Sky from Satellite Constellation Interference.

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Slate Magazine

According to the studies that the CDC cites, it’s pretty uncommon to be able to grow infectious virus from a sample taken after 10 days of infection. (The exception to this is for people who had severe COVID-19, or if they’re moderately or severely …

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