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“Looks like an animal”: NASA astronauts describe the re-entry experience of the Dragon Crew

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon virtually came to life during its drama Sunday in the Earth’s atmosphere (August 2), its NASA crew reported. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken i Doug Hurley he said they felt shy, trembling and rolling as the capsule, called Endeavor, returned to Earth on Sunday to wrap up the near-perfect Demo-2, SpaceX’s first manned mission. “The atmosphere is noisy; …

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Scientists are proposing a new method to control fusion reactions

Credit: Public domain CC0 Scientists have found an innovative way to prevent plasma magnetic bubbles from interfering with fusion reactions, providing a potential way to improve the performance of fusion energy devices. And it comes from managing radio frequency (RF) waves to stabilize magnetic bubbles, which can expand and create disorders that can limit the performance of ITER, the international …

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Everything SpaceX should be right for Dragon Crew – Tech Insider Splashdown

Everything SpaceX should be right for Dragon’s Splashdown Tech Insider technique “Looks like an animal”: NASA astronauts describe the re-entry experience of Dragon Crew Space.com Astronauts talk about the success of the SpaceX mission and the CBS News division The astronauts called using their Fudzilla satellite phone Video: SpaceX Astronaut Crew Falls to Landing Ocean on Crew Dragon – Business …

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Scientists say Oculudentavis was a lizard, not a dinosaur

Oculudentavis. Photo: ZHIXIN HAN / China University of Geosciences Earlier this year, a group of scientists announced in the scientific journal Nature who had discovered the smallest species of dinosaurs to dig small feet on this planet we still inhabit. Surrounded by a 99 million-year-old amber drop, they found a half-inch skull belonging to what they believed was a type …

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San Francisco, Monterey Bay, Los Angeles and San Diego mostly affect

Coastal elevation in California. Coastal areas, which are defined as those with an altitude of less than 10 m, are shown in red. The segments of the coast with differences of more than 10 m are colored by a yellow gradient. Credit: USGS NED Most of the world’s population lives in lowlands near the sea, some of which are expected …

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The new video shows the SpaceX astronaut crew falling into Earth’s atmosphere, floating under a parachute and landing in the ocean

© Provided by Business Insider SpaceX’s Demo-2 mission explodes in the Gulf of Mexico with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on August 2, 2020 after returning from the International Space Station. Bill Ingalls / NASA NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley have just completed a test flight of SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon spacecraft. The crew’s Dragon survived …

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NOAA satellite watches smoke from the spread of Apple fires: driven by high temperatures and strong winds

Per Kasha Patel, NASA Earth Observatory August 4, 2020 August 2, 2020. (Click on the image for a detailed and complete view.) On August 2, 2020, the geostationary environmental operational satellite 17 (GOES-17) acquired this image of Apple Apple, when it exploded near the San Bernardino National Forest. GOES-17 is operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); NASA …

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Thousands of Earth-like “blanets” could search the central black hole in the Milky Way

Supermassive black holes punctuate our universe, monstrous wells of gravity that unite galaxies and are adorned in swirling cocoons of dust that emit glows Radiography beams. Sometimes bright columns of matter sprouted from their poles, forming jets visible in space. And now some scientists suspect that these gravitational monsters could harbor blanets, tens of thousands of them. No, it’s not …

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