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March Full Worm Supermoon coincided with the Spring Equinox

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) – This year's third and final supermon will meet with the Spring Equinox on Wednesday, March 20th. Full Worm Supermoon for the first time marks a full moon and spring equivalence (or vernal equinox) coincided within four hours one after another in 19 years, according to the old farmer almanac If the Super Blood Wolf Moon failed …

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Astronauts have something about space that causes herpes

Research shows that resting herpes viruses revive more than half of astronauts traveling on space shuttle at an international space station, according to new NASA research – a phenomenon that the space agency says may pose problems for deep space missions . "The secretion of stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline increases during the light of space, which is …

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Elon Muskus Shows the Starship Heatshield Test of Space Space

SpaceX SpaceX is a fire . In NBA's game, they just refused to return to the bucket. Following the successful deployment of the commercial crew capsule to the International Space Station in early March, the Elon Musk spacecraft is hot and hopes that it will continue to run on many of the Starship talked about. However, before the Starship landed, …

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The latest NASA Cubesat candidates have a pilot test

16 selected projects are: Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat (SPARCS) from Arizona State University . It will monitor the rays and activities of the red dwarfs in order to assess the spread of their planets. BeaverCube from Massachusetts Institute of Technology It was designed to enable high school students to learn how to design CubeSats and study the Earth's climate by …

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Jupiter or Earth? | Today's view

<! – -> Rotates in the Jupiter atmosphere (left) and rotates the Earth in the Baltic Sea (right). View through Joshua Stevens / NASA Earth Observatory Kathryn Hansen / NASA Earth Observatory Jupiter is the planet's largest planet, over 11 times the Earth's diameter. But both Jupiter and Earth are governed by the same laws of physics. That's why the …

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China is planning a solar game in a space that NASA has given up long ago

Michael Byers, Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia, says that the biggest problem with this concept can be a matter of time. Space systems are now possible for decades, but Earth-based systems are already reaching fossil fuels in terms of cost and efficiency. "You can put solar collectors almost everywhere. Roofs are the most obvious place, …

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NASA believes that inactive viruses are activated during space

A spatial journey may seem interesting to those who look from afar, but come with lots of terrible complications, the surface of which adapts to the new conditions, will never experience the earth. Now, the new NASA study reveals that being in the space can reactivate quiet viruses. SEE ALSO NASA'S EXCEPTIONAL SPACESUITUS ASTRONAUT SADNESS Herpes Viruses Reactivated Herpes viruses …

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ESA / Roscosmos Spacecraft Sends Its First PHOTOS of Mars Surface

Tech 23:34 16.03.2019 (updated 01:13 17.03.2019) Get short URL The orbiter is tasked with examining methane sources on Mars, which may or may not be The European Space Agency / Roscosmos has developed its first photos of the Martian surface. Survival Imaging System (CaSSIS) are images of NASA's InSight lander, Columbus crater and a strange 'hairy' structure NASA's lander, Science …

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NASA boss says again: we are committed to SLS

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, following the cancellation of his first major mission, tells his staff and the airspace business community that the Space Agency is "committed to creating and flying" a new rocket that is being built in Alabama a meeting of the Congress said Wednesday that NASA “Investigates the possibility of moving the first DCS mission into commercial missiles, …

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