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  • TRAPPIST-1 System Planets Potentially Habitable
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    TRAPPIST-1 System Planets Potentially Habitable Tucson AZ (SPX) Jan 24, 2018

    wo exoplanets in the TRAPPIST-1 system have been identified as most likely to be habitable, a paper by PSI Senior Scientist Amy Barr says. The TRAPPIST-1 system has been of great interest to observers and planetary scientists because it seems to contain seven planets that are all roughly Earth-sized, Barr and co-authors Vera Dobos and Laszlo L. Kiss said in "Interior Structures and Tidal H
  • Successful first test for the Ariane 6 Vulcain engine
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Successful first test for the Ariane 6 Vulcain engine Paris (SPX) Jan 24, 2018

    The Vulcain 2.1 engine, developed by ArianeGroup to power the main stage of the Ariane 6 launcher, for which the maiden flight is scheduled for 2020, has just been successfully tested by the DLR (German Aerospace Center) on the P5 test facility at its site in Lampoldshausen, Germany on behalf of ArianeGroup. This is a version of the Ariane 5 Vulcain 2 engine especially adapted for the Aria
  • Russia at work on new station, lunar trips: says top rocket scientist
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Russia at work on new station, lunar trips: says top rocket scientist Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 24, 2018

    Russia is set to spend the next decade working on a potential new station that might be built if the International Space Station (ISS) project is terminated, as well as a spacecraft capable of making trips to the Moon, General Designer of Russia's Manned Programs Yevgeny Mikrin said Tuesday. The ISS participants have agreed to maintain the program until 2024, but it is unclear what will ha
  • India seeks to reduce satellite launch cost
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    India seeks to reduce satellite launch cost New Delhi (Sputnik) Jan 24, 2018

    The GSAT-11 to be launched by Arianespace may be India's last communication satellite to use foreign boosters as the country's space agency is set to launch its own rockets with double the payload capacity while drastically cutting down the cost of its launch vehicles to enter the global competition. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says it is working on a project to double the lo
  • Asteroid to pass by Earth in Feb.
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Asteroid to pass by Earth in Feb. Washington (UPI) Jan 22, 2018


    A half-mile-wide asteroid is scheduled to make a close pass by Earth next month.
    According to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, asteroid 2002 AJ129 will make its closest approach to Earth on Feb. 4 at 4:30 p.m. ET. The intermediate-sized space rock will fly within 2.6 million miles of Earth, roughly 10 times the distance between Earth and the moon.
    The asteroid was first spotted
  • Two US spacewalkers replace latching end of robotic arm
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Two US spacewalkers replace latching end of robotic arm Miami (AFP) Jan 23, 2018


    Two US astronauts floated outside the International Space Station on Tuesday for a seven-hour, 24-minute spacewalk to repair the orbiting outpost's aging robotic arm, NASA said.

    During what NASA commentator Rob Navias described as a "textbook" spacewalk, NASA flight engineers Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle replaced a faulty latching end on the 57-foot (17-meter) Canadian-made robotic arm, c
  • ULA to market Atlas V commercial launches
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    ULA to market Atlas V commercial launches Centennial CO (SPX) Jan 24, 2018

    United Launch Alliance has assumed responsibility for the marketing and sales of Atlas V, the world's most reliable launch vehicle, from Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services. In addition to performing all of the operational activities related to Atlas V launch services, as ULA has done since its formation in 2006, ULA now has the full authority to market and sell Atlas V launch services to
  • Explorer 1: The Beginning of American Space Science
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Explorer 1: The Beginning of American Space Science Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 24, 2018

    Sixty years ago next week, the hopes of Cold War America soared into the night sky as a rocket lofted skyward above Cape Canaveral, a soon-to-be-famous barrier island off the Florida coast. The date was Jan. 31, 1958. NASA had yet to be formed, and the honor of this first flight belonged to the U.S. Army. The rocket's sole payload was a javelin-shaped satellite built by the Jet Propulsion
  • Breakthrough study shows how plants sense the world
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Breakthrough study shows how plants sense the world Birmingham AL (SPX) Jan 23, 2018

    Plants lack eyes and ears, but they can still see, hear, smell and respond to environmental cues and dangers - especially to virulent pathogens. They do this with the aid of hundreds of membrane proteins that can sense microbes or other stresses. Only a small portion of these sensing proteins have been studied through classical genetics, and knowledge on how these sensors function by formi
  • Mystery Solved for Mega-Avalanches in Tibet - and Perhaps on Mars
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Mystery Solved for Mega-Avalanches in Tibet - and Perhaps on Mars Tucson Az (SPX) Jan 24, 2018

    An international scientific effort determined the cause of a highly unusual and deadly glacier avalanche in Tibet in 2016, a new Nature Geoscience paper says. In July 2016, a glacier in Tibet - inconspicuous among thousands of others - did something documented on Earth only once before: almost the entire ice mass slipped off its bed, careening at high speed in a mighty avalanche, down slop
  • Irish first as Elfordstown tracks and monitors Rocket Lab satellite deployment
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Irish first as Elfordstown tracks and monitors Rocket Lab satellite deployment Elfordstown, Ireland (SPX) Jan 24, 2018

    US space launch provider Rocket Lab successfully reached orbit this weekend with the test flight of its second Electron orbital launch vehicle 'Still Testing' deploying 3 client satellites safely into space. The separation of the payload from the rocket was remotely tracked and monitored from Elfordstown Earthstation in Cork. This is the first time a satellite orbital insertion has been monitore
  • No space for China's stay-at-home taikonauts
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    No space for China's stay-at-home taikonauts Beijing (XNA) Jan 23, 2018

    On an evening in November 2016, Deng Qingming went home to find his wife and his daughter had prepared a lavish spread of his favorite dishes and wine. He ran to the bathroom, turned on the faucet, and, concealed by the sound of running water, cried like a baby. Deng is a taikonaut who has never been to space. He was backup to commander Jing Haipeng in Shenzhou-11 mission. He dried h
  • Yang Liwei looks back at China's first manned space mission
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Yang Liwei looks back at China's first manned space mission Beijing (XNA) Jan 24, 2018

    Yang Liwei felt everything vibrating violently. Experiencing acceleration of gravity at 8G, he thought his body was about to be torn apart. He couldn't move. He couldn't see. "I thought I'd die in that 26 seconds," China's first taikonaut Yang told Xinhua, revealing details of the country's first manned space mission, Shenzhou-5, in 2003. Yang, 53, said that low frequency resonance o
  • US nuclear review calls for development of low-yield weapons
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    US nuclear review calls for development of low-yield weapons Washington (AFP) Jan 17, 2018


    The US military wants to overhaul its atomic arsenal and develop a new type of low-yield weapon that experts worry could lead to greater proliferation and heighten the risk of nuclear war.

    The proposed changes to the nuclear weapons program, outlined in a draft version of the Pentagon's Nuclear Posture Review, mark a significant break from the vision for America's nuclear future under Barack
  • Clamour of calls for more UK military funds amid Russia, cyber threat
    24.01.2018 06:49:05
    Clamour of calls for more UK military funds amid Russia, cyber threat London (AFP) Jan 23, 2018

    Former defence secretary Michael Fallon joined calls Monday for more British military spending, as the head of the army said the country may struggle to match Russian battlefield capabilities and another security chief warned a major cyber-attack on the UK is likely by 2020. Fallon, speaking at the Defence and Security Forum in his first speech since resigning from the Cabinet over a sexual
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