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Vesta meteorites discovered on the asteroid Bennu by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft

During the spring of 2019, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft captured these images, which show fragments of the asteroid Vesta present on the surface of the asteroid Bennu. The shiny stones (circled in the pictures) are Vesta pyroxene-rich materials. Some shiny materials appear to be individual rocks (left), while others appear to be clasped within larger stones (right). Credit: NASA / Goddard …

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SpaceX sends Tom Cruise to the space station in 2021

Several months after NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed the project was under construction, sources report that Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman will officially make the trip to the International Space Station in October 2021 to film scenes for a still untitled title. film. Cruise and Liman previously worked together on the science fiction show Tomorrow in 2014, which may …

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A new mini-moon about to join Earth’s orbit. It could be a booster rocket from the 60s

However, instead of some asteroid orbiting the Earth, it may actually be just an ancient space debris that returned to our planet. Dr. Paul Chodas, director of NASA’s Center for Earth Object Studies, believes the object, called the Asteroid 2020 SO, is an ancient reinforcement rocket from the 1960s. “I suspect that this newly discovered 2020 SW object is an …

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Northern lights related to the famous maritime disaster

More than 1,500 passengers and crew died during the disaster. Mila Zinkova, an independent meteorological researcher, said eyewitness accounts of the fateful night described auroral glows over the North Atlantic region where the Titanic landed. But the magnetic disruption may also have saved lives by accidentally sending the Titanic’s transmission position to another ship, which directed it to the correct …

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The spacecraft will seek life on Venus in a strong flyby

This site may earn affiliate commissions for the links on this page. Terms of use. It’s a beautiful storybook that transcends culture: it’s a toxic hell with a surface temperature that can melt lead. It is a half-European and half-Japanese satellite that is heading for another place completely. Despite the promises he has made, despite his previous feelings, that “another …

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Arctic sea ice reaches a record low and is only missing

A “crazy year” in the Arctic has led to the second lowest stretch of sea ice in the region, scientists said Monday. © Natalie Thomas / Reuters A drone photo of a Greenpeace ship in the Arctic Ocean on September 15th. Researchers at the National Snow and Ice Data Center said the minimum was reached on Sept. 15, with 1.44 …

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The slim, ultra-fast photodetector sees the whole spectrum

Artist’s impression of the photodetector device created by researchers at RMIT University. Credit: Ella Marushchenko Researchers have developed the world’s first photodetector that can see all shades of light, in a prototype device that radically reduces one of the most fundamental elements of modern technology. Photodetectors work by converting information carried by light into an electrical signal and are used …

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