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NASA's Europa Clipper will fly on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy
Image: NASA NASA's Europa Clipper will start its journey to Jupiter's icy moon aboard a Falcon Heavy rocket built by SpaceX. NASA will pay SpaceX $178 million to launch the vehicle in October 2024. The Europa Clipper got the green light from NASA in 2015. It will fly by the moon ...
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Space - The Verge
NASA's Europa Clipper will fly on SpaceX's Falcon Heavy
Vergecast: Jeff Bezos in space, RCS on Verizon, and Biden on Big Tech
Image; Blue Origin Every Friday, The Verge publishes our flagship podcast, The Vergecast, where our editors discuss the biggest stories in tech news this week. This week on The Vergecast, the show is split into three sections, hosted by Verge executive editor Dieter Bohn. ...
2 days ago
Space - The Verge
Vergecast: Jeff Bezos in space, RCS on Verizon, and Biden on Big Tech
Crewmembers Finish Science Experiments
The Expedition 65 crew capped off this week's research activities aboard the International Space Station by making headway with various science experiments related to human health and materials performance. Russian flight controllers continued systems testing Friday on the new Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory ...
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NASA Space Station
Crewmembers Finish Science Experiments
Crewmembers Focus on Science and Prepare for Upcoming Dockings and Undockings
A delay in the undocking events scheduled for tomorrow gave the crew of Expedition 65 aboard the International Space Station extra time to focus on training, science, and maintenance today. Russia's Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) launched on July 21, and to provide more time for Russian flight ...
2 days ago
NASA Space Station
Crewmembers Focus on Science and Prepare for Upcoming Dockings and Undockings
Martian global dust storm ended winter early in the south
A dust storm that engulfed Mars in 2018 destroyed a vortex of cold air around the planet's south pole and brought an early spring to the hemisphere. By contrast, the storm caused only minor distortions to the polar vortex in the northern hemisphere and no dramatic seasonal changes.
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Science Daily Astronomy
Martian global dust storm ended winter early in the south
Meet the Martian meteorite hunters
A team is paving the way for future rovers to search for meteorites on Mars. The scientists are using an extensive meteorite collection to test the spectral instruments destined for the ExoMars rover Rosalind Franklin, and develop tools to identify meteorites on the surface of the red planet.
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Science Daily Astronomy
Meet the Martian meteorite hunters
Anatomy of the red planet: Mars-quakes reveal interior
Researchers have been able to use seismic data to look inside Mars for the first time. They measured the crust, mantle and core and narrowed down their composition.
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Science Daily Astronomy
Anatomy of the red planet: Mars-quakes reveal interior
Unravelling the knotty problem of the Sun's activity
A new approach to analysing the development of magnetic tangles on the Sun has led to a breakthrough in a longstanding debate about how solar energy is injected into the solar atmosphere before being released into space, causing space weather events. The first direct evidence that field lines become ...
2 days ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Unravelling the knotty problem of the Sun's activity
Astrophysicist outlines plans for the gravitational wave observatory on the moon
Not a moonshot: Astronomers explore possibility of lunar observatory to better understand fundamental physics, astronomy and cosmology.
2 days ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Astrophysicist outlines plans for the gravitational wave observatory on the moon
Inside Mars, NASA's InSight Mission Mapped Surprises Down to the Core
NASA's InSight mission revealed Mars's inner workings down to its core, highlighting great differences of the red planet from our blue world.
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New York Times Space
Inside Mars, NASA's InSight Mission Mapped Surprises Down to the Core
Astronomers See Moons Forming in Disk Around Distant Exoplanet
Scientists have never before gotten such a clear view of moons in the making.
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New York Times Space
Astronomers See Moons Forming in Disk Around Distant Exoplanet
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