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The 2018 Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend! Here’s What to Expect

Come early Sunday morning (Nov. 18), a famous Leonid meteor showering will strech a peak, with obtuse numbers approaching on a preceding and following mornings.  According to Margaret Campbell-Brown and Peter Brown in a 2018 Observer’s Handbook of a Royal ...

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Antares Rocket Launches NASA Cargo to Space Station in Dazzling Predawn Liftoff

WALLOPS ISLAND, Virginia — A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket illuminated adult a predawn sky over Virginia Saturday (Nov. 17) to launch a secretly built Cygnus spaceship filled with NASA reserve (and even some ice cream) to a International Space Station.  ...

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Interstellar Object ‘Oumuamua Is Probably a Small, Surprisingly Shiny Comet

The history-making interstellar caller ‘Oumuamua is a comparatively tiny and contemplative object, a new investigate suggests. Astronomers spotted ‘Oumuamua tarnishing by a middle solar complement in Oct 2017 and fast determined, formed on a trajectory, that it’s not from around ...

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A Used SpaceX Rocket Just Launched a Satellite for Qatar, Then Aced a Landing

A pre-flown SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket has aced another launch-and-landing mission. The two-stage Falcon 9 lifted off during 3:46 p.m. EST (2046 GMT) currently (Nov. 15) from Launch Complex 39A during NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. About 32 mins later, a ...

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Climate change might be dissolving a sea floor. Here’s because we should be worried.

From heat waves to severe storms and wildfires, a effects of meridian change are manifest all around us — and new investigate suggests that a impact of a warming universe extends all a approach to a bottom of a ocean. ...

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I lerned to be an wanderer on a goal to Mars during Space Camp. Here’s what it’s like.

CLOSE If we never got to go to space stay as a kid, now is your chance. USA TODAY Katharine Lackey works as CAPCOM during a goal to a moon during Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, on Oct. 25, 2018.(Photo: ...

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NASA asteroid WARNING: Giant space stone headed for Earth on ‘CLOSE APPROACH’ TODAY

One astronomical section describes a volume of space between a Earth and a Sun – about 93 million miles (149 million km). Asteroid VA2 condensed this stretch down currently to only 446,187 miles (718,069 km). The stretch is roughly homogeneous ...

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Scientific cheering compare erupts over either ʻOumuamua was an visitor spacecraft

After operative out a supposition around a mathematical model, a authors speculate that a non-gravitational acceleration of ‘Oumuamua was due to solar deviation pressure. “The usually other reason that comes to mind is a additional force exerted on ‘Oumuamua by sunlight” ...

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Who Were a 1st Americans? 11000-Year-Old DNA Reveals Clues

People genetically related to a Clovis culture, one of a beginning continentwide cultures in North America, done it down to South America as apart behind as 11,000 years ago. Then they mysteriously dead around 9,000 years ago, new investigate reveals. ...

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Stephen Hawking’s Wheelchair and Thesis Fetch More Than $1 Million during Auction

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/08/science/stephen-hawking-wheelchair-auction-.html

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