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NASA Live: Earth Space View from Space Station

Here's the Earth! See NASA's High Definition Earth Preview (HDEV) experiment, which shows the Earth's direct views from the International Space Station. During the experimental operation, the images usually come through different cameras. If you see a black picture, the Space Station is on the Earth's side. If you see an image with the displayed text, the connections switch between …

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NASA's TESS exoplanet hunter found his first planet-sized planet, but you wouldn't want to visit – BGR

NASA's TESS exoplanet hunting telescope has been in the workplace for less than a year, but there are already impressive discoveries. With the release of a new Hot Saturn in March, NASA only revealed that TESS found its first planet-sized planet outside our solar system. TESS is a transmitting satellite of the Exoplanet Review. warning signs of exoplanets rotating in …

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The latest Cygnus mission to ISS includes new features

WASHINGTON – Another Northrop Grumman Cygnus Cargo Mission to the International Space Station Shows Two New Opportunities: One Before Launching and Another After Departure of Space Ship from the Station scheduled to run at 4:46 pm Eastern April 17 Antares rocket from Central Atlantic Regional Space Port Wallops Island, Virginia. Press conference held before the press release on 16 April. …

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Big white sharks run out of orcs, studying

CLOSED Whale watcher from Monterrey, California, has recorded a huge dolphin leap from a few hungers. US TODAY After all, the great white shark may not be the largest ocean On Tuesday, in a study published in the wild, scientists found that white sharks not only escaped from the killer whales when they arrived at a marine temple near San …

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Great white sharks really fear one ocean animal

Ever since the 1975 movie “Jaws,” great white sharks have been considered the most fearsome predators in the ocean. When great whites hunting for seals near the Farallon Islands off of the San Francisco encountered killer whales, known as orcas, swimming long distances to get away "After orcas show up, we don't see a single shark," , ”Said Scot Anderson, …

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Phantom ponds and deep lakes found on Saturn's Moon Titan

Before NASA's Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn's depths, it was performed at the final 2017 flyby of Titan, Saturn's largest moon. Big bodies of standing liquid. Titan's liquid is methane and ethane instead of water. This is one of the most interesting places in our solar system. Seasonal changes Cassini's last tour of Saturn's moon revealed that there are 300 …

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Don't miss the beautiful Pink Moon this Friday

in April The "Pink Moon" will be the biggest. April 19, April, April Pink Moon will be the biggest. Photo: Jamie Cooper / Getty Images Photo: “/> Photo: Jamie Cooper / Getty Images April 19, Friday, April Pink Moon will be the biggest. On April 19, Pink Moon will be the biggest. Photo by Jamie Cooper / Getty Images Do …

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NASA Cassini Discovers Shocking Deep Lakes at Saturn's Moon Titan – BGR

It was much more than a year since NASA's incredibly reliable Cassini probe made its final act in the Saturn's atmosphere, where it was overshadowed by intense friction. It was a bitterersweet day for the astronomical community, but the abundance of information Cassini gathered over 13 years of Saturn still gives new discoveries. In the new document published in Nature …

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The Israeli Beresheet spacecraft crashed into the moon

(Space.com) Israel's first lunar landing last afternoon (April 11) Came only briefly. The Spaceeres and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) robotic Beresheet spacecraft sought to become the first Israeli craft and was the first privately funded mission ever to run smoothly into the moon. However, the small robot could not do this by breaking the gray dirt around 15:25. EDT (1925 …

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