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For the Jaguar’s Josh Dobbs, the sky is not the limit

Three miles between Josh Dobbs and the launch pad is safe enough. However, as the Rockets began to rise violently to the horizon, Dobbs and the people around him — the US Senators, Representatives, Vice Presidents, and Presidents, to name a few — began to feel rushed on their viewing platforms. “It’s really powerful,” Dobbs said Jaguar report. Next to …

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Big birds like penguins may have once lingered in the northern hemisphere

A new fossil discovery shows that tens of millions of years ago, New Zealand’s ancient monster penguin was not the only human-sized creature, and flightless birds lingered on our planet. Recent discoveries in North America and Japan indicate that there are also giant penguin-like animals crawling in the northern hemisphere. These birds may be bigger. Curiously, the now extinct flock …

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Comet NEOWISE may give sky watchers a dazzling show this month. This is to know.

Astrophotographer Chris Schur took this photo of Comet NEOWISE F3 from Payson, Arizona, before dawn on July 5, 2020. (Photo credit: Chris Shure/Chris Shure astrophotography) Earlier this year, the NEOWISE Space Telescope discovered the latest comet, A distant and unremarkable object. When the comet was discovered on March 27, it was called C/2020 F3, known as “Comet NEOWISE” (short for …

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NASA, China and UAE plan to send missions to Mars in July

From July, when the mission to Mars can be easily sent across the interplanetary bay, the window will open. If all goes well, three such missions performed by NASA, China and the United Arab Emirates will leave Earth for the Red Planet. The number of launch missions and their complexity illustrate the importance of Mars to space exploration policy providers. …

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The new image of Hubble’s “fluffy” galaxy is spectacular

The European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA (NASA) released new images taken with the Hubble Space Telescope on Thursday and showed a very detailed appearance of a unique spiral galaxy called NGC 2775. ESA describes this galaxy as flocculent, which means it has a fleecy, feathery, or fluffy appearance, considering that the arms spiral out from the center, as if …

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Pleasing to the eyes: July night sky offers planetary parade, shadowy moon

Half of 2020 has passed, and starting this weekend, July will provide you with some heavenly breathing opportunities. The Milky Way in summer shines all year round. (Provided by Greg Redfern) Half of 2020 has passed, and starting this weekend, July will provide you with some heavenly breathing opportunities. The invisible lunar eclipse and plenty of planets are waiting for …

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