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Japan releases a video of its spacecraft bombing an asteroid

See below Now we know what it looks like when a spaceship steals a bomb for an asteroid Earlier in April. The Japanese Aerospace Research Agency (JAXA) has turned its Hayabusa2 spacecraft into an explosive. Ryugu's asteroid from about 1640 feet above its surface JAXA has released video from a space ship perspective – and although the floating ship takes …

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NASA's InSight landowner could save the swamp

The Space Agency receives most of the expected detection for the design of the seismometer system under consideration. Seismic experiment in interior design has several insulating barriers to limit the influence of wind and air changes, allowing to record subtle tremors without needing deep underground. Weaker events were captured using highly sensitive 'very broadband' sensors Scientists are still struggling to …

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Water is a new way of passing rocks

Credit: Utah State University Utah State University's Splash Lab scientists have discovered a new way of passing water, called "water walking". In collaboration with Naire Navy Military Center Newport, RI and Brown University, Utah State University, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, Tadu Truscott and his USU Splash Lab have revealed how elastic the sphere is to walk on the water. …

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Russia may soon cease the historic launch of the world

Click to enlarge / Launching Soyuz Rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome 2012 NASA Site No. In 1 dusty Baikonure, Kazakhstan, everything started. 1957 October month. The R-7 rocket launched the first satellite, Sputnik, into space. Less than four years later, Yuri Gagarin reached the orbit of this launch, and the first woman, Valentina Tereshova, two years later. Site No 1 – …

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