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September 13, 2022
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Earhart, Tempest or MUSE? Fans of planet Uranus have many ideas to name the next mission there, if an informal Internet poll is any indication. ExploreIGO, a Twitter fan account devoted to icy worlds, asked its community yesterday what to call a …

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The CAPSTONE mission is a technology demonstration and pathfinder to gather data for future NASA crew missions to the moon. The small satellite successfully departed Earth on June 28 aboard a Rocket Lab launch vehicle, starting a four …

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A camera designed to decode the secrets of dark energy has captured a stunning new image that reveals the insides of a distant star-forming region. Advertisement. Skip advert. The Dark Energy Camera, an instrument mounted on the 13-foot (4 meters) …

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Lasers in space will speed up transmission of medical sample results faster than ever, scientists say. International Space Station astronauts are trying to find efficiencies in medical diagnoses to make better operational decisions in remote …

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A shift in Jupiter’s orbit could make Earth’s surface even more hospitable to life than it already is, new research suggests. University of California-Riverside (UCR) scientists simulated alternative arrangements of our solar system, finding that when …

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NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket will be grounded for at least four more days. NASA had been eyeing Sept. 23 or Sept. 27 for the launch of Artemis 1, which will use a Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket to send an Orion capsule on an uncrewed test flight …

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NASA said Monday it is now targeting Wednesday, Sept. 21, for a critical fueling test on the Space Launch System moon rocket, which could allow for another attempt to launch the unpiloted Artemis 1 lunar test flight as soon as Sept.

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A detailed image of a stellar nursery blasted by ultraviolet light from massive young stars shows how intense radiation heats and shapes the fuel for star formation. This ultraviolet irradiated zone, known as a photodissociation …

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The Orion Nebula is one of the brightest star-forming regions visible in the night sky even with the naked eye.

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Unfortunately, Einstein-Rosen bridges aren’t very useful for traversing the cosmos. For one, the entrance to the wormhole sits behind the event horizon. As a person can’t get in on the white hole side, they’d have to fall into a black hole to enter. But …

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