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NASA’s TESS satellite expands hunt for exoplanets

SpaceX¬†engineers pulpy forward Wednesday with preparations to launch a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a $337 million planet-hunting satellite that NASA hopes will take a hunt for planets over Earth’s solar complement to another level. Running dual days late since of ...

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A diamond-encrusted meteorite that fell to Earth might come from a long-lost world in the solar system

After a 4.5-billion-year tour by space, a car-size stone fell to Earth on Oct 7, 2008. The hard meteorite, called asteroid 2008 TC 3, plunged by a atmosphere, exploded, and rained a pieces over a Nubian Desert in Africa. Meteorite ...

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‘Tunguska’-Size Asteroid Makes Surprise Flyby of Earth

An asteroid identical in stretch to one that exploded some-more than 100 years ago in Russia’s Tunguska segment in Siberia gave Earth a tighten trim on Sunday (April 15), only one day after astronomers detected a object. The asteroid, designated ...

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SpaceX to build Mars rocket during a Port of Los Angeles

SpaceX skeleton to open adult emporium during a Port of Los Angeles where it’ll work on research, pattern and growth of a Mars rocket. Los Angeles officials pronounced Monday that a indeterminate franchise agreement would concede SpaceX to take over ...

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Multi-satellite cargo hoisted into high-altitude circuit by Atlas 5 rocket

A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket rises off during 7:13 p.m. EDT (2313 GMT) Saturday. Credit: United Launch Alliance A package of communications and tech demo satellites for a U.S. Air Force rode a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 ...

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NASA’s TESS Satellite Will Supercharge Search for Nearby, Earth-Like Worlds

On Monday, Apr 16, a Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite¬†(TESS) will launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. NASA’s new exoplanet hunter will sight a sights on nearer, brighter stars than a predecessors did. If TESS lives adult to ...

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NASA’s newest booster will scour a universe for undiscovered planets

Next week, NASA is rising a new exoplanet hunter: a satellite that will glance out during a creation acid for never-before-seen worlds. Dubbed TESS, a booster is tasked with looking for planets encircling around stars outward of a Solar System ...

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson wants ‘awesome’ to be indifferent for science

Technically Incorrect offers a somewhat disfigured take on a tech that’s taken over a lives. “Awe, no. I’m not carrying this word besmirched.” Michael Campanella / Getty Images Being a scientist contingency feel like vital in a waste corner. As ...

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Planet X, Nibiru and doomsday anticipation is back: Will a universe finish Apr 23?

Aren’t prepared to compensate your taxes on Apr 17? Have no fear – there’s a doomsday soothsayer that says a universe will be finale shortly anyway. Christian swindling idealist David Meade is behind with another baleful prediction, this one suggesting ...

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What If a Ocean’s Climate-Controlling ‘Conveyor Belt’ Came to a Halt?

Freak floods drown buildings, bone-chilling atmosphere flash-freezes pedestrians and ice encases a Statue of Liberty. It sounds like a disaster movie, and well, it is: In 2004’s “The Day After Tomorrow,” a fall of an sea stream in a North ...

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