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Antarctic Ice Loss since 1979 Sixfold increase: study

Antarctic ice losses since 1979 Sixfold increase: study TAMPA, United States. Global warming is hitting ice in Antarctica faster than ever before – about six times a year, not more than 40 years ago. Already Antarctic melting since 1979 until 2017 has grown to more than half an inch (1.4 centimeters) world-wide, said National Academy of Science (PNAS) report, peer …

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China's first lunar plants grow

There is more evidence. China has to show that plants can continue to grow, and this is not a significant difference between very different temperatures and less severe. Lander has to make dramatic changes to preserve the biosphere and keep its interior relatively consistent. Even with these challenges, it is an important stage: it shows that astronauts will have a …

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SpaceX Adding new Raptor engines and fuel tanks to Starship Hopper – NextBigFuture.com

SpaceX incorporating new Raptor engines and fuel tanks into Starship Hopper Brian Wang | 2019 January 15                                                                    SpaceX again took Starship Hopper. They remove the Raptor engine. They will add fuel tanks and new Raptor engines Elon Musk has pre-installed engines that have accumulated and operated parts. The first combustion bunker engine, which was completed …

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The first interstellar visitor Oumuamua is not so special

SEATTLE – Cigar-shaped cosmic port Oumuamua has caused quite a bag when it became the first interstellar visitor found in our solar system. Is it an asteroid, a comet or an alien spacecraft? While astronomers continue to work on these big questions, one thing has become clear: "Oumuamua is probably not that special. In fact, a trillion of objects, such …

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Cotton Seed Sprouts in Chinese Moon Land: NPR

The Lunar Land of the Chinese National Space Administration, seen on January 11th. China National Space Administration / Xinhua News Agency / AP hide header insert header Chinese National Space Administration / Xinhua News Agency / AP The Lunar Land of the Chinese National Space Administration, seen on January 11. Chinese National Space Administration / Xinhua News Agency / AP …

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CERN Introduces the 62-Mile Round Atom Smasher Design More Powerful to the Great Hadron Collider

Concept of the Future Circular Collector Route Graphics: CERN Scientific co-operation has published a draft concept for a large Hadron Collider heir, a huge new experiment that would sit a hundred kilometers (62-mile tunnel. The design concept consists of two Future Circular Colliders, the first to start operating in 2040. Ambitious experiments would hunt for new particles with a collision …

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Antarctica Ice Melting: Antarctic Ice Varnish Radiates Faster By Increasing Sea Level Rise

Antarctica longest assessment of ice mass reports scientists report rapid growth of melting – the loss of Antarctic ice mass six times a year since 1979. Until 2017 The study published on Monday by the National Academy of Sciences was co-operation between the University of California, Irvine, Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA and Glaciologists at Utrecht University in the Netherlands …

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SpaceX's First People Team includes astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley

2019 Finally, there may be a year when American astronauts will re-start orbit from American soil and end an eight-year drought that began when the 2011 landfall was over. NASA's Space Shuttle has been suspended. For the first time in the coming months, private vehicles carrying astronauts from space agencies will be introduced for the first time. If current schedules …

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