قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home https://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/ Science (page 2)

Science

Did NASA experiment survive 'Beresheet' lunar crash?

Rocket carrying Beresheet spacecraft lift in Cape Canaveral Reuters NASA piggyback experiment that was fasted The spacecraft had carried a "time, survived the spacecraft's failed lunar landing, experts said. Beresheet was minutes away from landing on the moon. capsule "containing a Bible, children's drawings, Israeli flag, and a blue-and-white Israeli flag. According to Space.com, by NASA device known as a …

Read More »

Almighty Poseidon recovers his space rocket into the ocean

Remember last Friday when we told you how SpaceX was able to unload and restore three rocket boosters forming their first phase of their Falcon Heavy rocket? It was a big deal. Unfortunately, after all, the company was only successful in 2/3 because the central amplifier, the one who landed on the SpaceX drone at the ocean landing site of …

Read More »

NASA finally found evidence of the earliest universe molecule

NASA used the Stratospheric Infrared Astronomical Observatory (SOFIA) to identify a primitive molecule. Scientists have found it in NGC 7027, a planetary nebula (a star of the sun-type star), at 3,000 light-years away. This discovery proves the existence of helium hydride in space, and confirms theories of early universe chemistry and its evolution. The results of this week were published …

Read More »

NASA's mission is to find its first planet of alien size

2018 April NASA's Transient Exoplanet Survey (TESS) has been released for many fanfare because the $ 200 million spacecraft has taken over its predecessor, the Kepler Space Telescope, for hunting. Seven months after the first discovery of exoplanet, TESS found his first planet-sized planet. "It's very interesting that TESS, which started a year ago, is already a game changer in …

Read More »

You can watch the launch of the Cygnus cargo ship today in space! Here's how

WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. – Today (April 17) 18:46 EDT (2046 GMT), Northrop Grumman Antares rockets will launch a robotic Cygnus cargo ship filled with 7,600 kg. (3,447 kilograms) towards technical equipment, crew inventory and scientific experiments on the International Space Station (ISS). The mission, known as NG-11, will be the 11th and last NASA First Commercial Resource Transfer Service (CRS-1). …

Read More »

Comment: what does it mean to "see" the black hole

"We've seen what we thought were inaccessible," said the astronomer, like someone who knows the ear of history. He found himself in a rushed room in Washington when he invited the image on it. Now you know: a ring of smoke, an orange donut, a blurred light ring, closed around a deep darkness. By the end of the day, millions …

Read More »