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SpaceX may attempt 3 rocket launches on Sunday

SpaceX can fire three rockets on Sunday, weather permitting. The aerospace company has scheduled two mutual launches of Falcon 9 in Florida, only nine hours apart. SpaceX reportedly intends to launch Starship SN6 from Boca Chica, Texas, on a low altitude test flight. Elon Musk tweeted that there is “a good chance that something will slip, but, yes, Sunday is …

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Did you play something? It was an earthquake

During earthquakes, cobwebs of disturbances open underground, allowing gases deep into our planet to penetrate upward. Scientists have now compiled the first long-term record showing the relationship between earthquakes and the release of carbon dioxide gas. While the amount of carbon dioxide released by tectonic activity is poor compared to the billions of tons that human activity draws into the …

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a stunning terraforming image shows an alternative to Mars

What would Venus look like if it had a similar amount of surface water as Earth? The viral map highlights how the terraforming Venus can lead to an impressive Earth-like planet. The map was shared in Reddit by a user named “Dragonite-2” in the “MapPorn” subreddite on August 21st. Visualizes one of the boldest proposals for the terraformation of the …

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A black hole near Neptune could cause “terrible results” because Earth’s orbit is “significantly modified” | Science | news

These areas of space-time arise when, at the end of their life cycle, massive stars collapse and can continue to grow by absorbing stars and merging with other black holes. This interaction has fascinated scientists for decades, who have used it to identify their presence because electromagnetic radiation is emitted as visible light throughout the universe. Astronomers have observed a …

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SpaceX will attempt historic reciprocal flights of Falcon 9

SpaceX is preparing for nine-hour launches on Sunday, the shortest interval between two flights in orbit in Florida since 1966. The launches are a dramatic effort to put another 60 Starlink Internet stations into orbit, followed by an Argentine satellite on remote sensing. Planned releases follow the heels and last sentence “interruption of hot fire” United Launch Alliance Delta 4 …

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The Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft is making progress ahead of flight tests with astronauts

Artist’s illustration of a Boeing CST-100 Starliner spacecraft in orbit. Acknowledgments: Boeing NASA and Boeing continue to move toward the CST-100 Starliner’s second unmanned aerial test before astronauts depart for the International Space Station as part of NASA’s commercial crew program. The commercial crew program is currently focused on December 2020, at the earliest, to launch the Orbital Flight Test-2 …

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NASA’s first mission to examine Trojan asteroids has crossed a critical milestone

Artistic concept of the spaceship Lucy on a Trojan asteroid. Acknowledgments: NASA NASAThe first mission to examine Trojan asteroids is one step closer to launch. Lucy’s mission under the Discovery Program has passed a critical milestone and is officially authorized to move on to the next phase. This crucial decision was made following a series of independent reviews of the …

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A dramatic story of environmental change told by ancient fossil trees on Peru’s central Andean plateau

Description: From left to right: Florentino Tunquipa, who discovered and dug a fossil tree on his soil, Rodolfo Salas Gismondi, Carlos Jaramillo, Julia Tejada, Federico Moreno, Camila Martínez. Community of San Miguel, Municipality of Espinar, Ministry of Cusco, Peru. 2014. Acknowledgments: Rodolfo Salas Gismondi On an expedition to the Central Andean Plateau, scientists from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) …

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IBM customers show us why it’s important to build a quantum computing strategy today

Bob Sutor, vice president of quantum ecosystem development at IBM IBM Technology is moving fast. Scientists are already developing a new generation of computational technology called quantum computation. Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to speak several times with Bob Sutor, IBM’s vice president of quantum ecosystem development, about what is happening in this area. Although quantum …

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SpaceX double header! Watch 2 Falcon 9 rockets hovering from Florida on Sunday

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida – SpaceX is preparing for a potential double-headed launch on Sunday (August 30) and you can watch the event live online. Sunday morning company Starlink Internet Megaconstellation The universe is expected to expand as SpaceX plans to launch another 60 satellites into orbit on top of the Falcon 9. Only nine hours later, others Falcon 9 is …

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