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NASA’s Juno spacecraft reveals Jupiter’s unusual electrical storms: “Shallow Lightning” and “Mushrooms”

This image uses data obtained from NASA’s Juno mission to depict high-altitude electrical storms on Jupiter. Juno’s sensitive stellar reference unit camera detected unusual lightning flashes on the dark side of Jupiter as the spacecraft flew over the planet. Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt The spacecraft may have discovered the colorless gas hiding …

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Why shaving dulls even the sharpest razor

Image source: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Razors, scalpels and knives are usually made of stainless steel, ground to sharp edges, and coated with even harder materials such as diamond-like carbon. However, the knife needs to be sharpened regularly, and the razor should be replaced regularly after cutting a material that is much softer than the blade itself. Now, engineers at the …

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SpaceX News: Crew Dragon descends, Tim Peake shares photos of capsule returning to Earth | Science | News

The famous British astronaut Tim Peake shared this stunning photo on Twitter. His position was released when SpaceX’s first manned spacecraft returned to Earth tonight. Colonel Doug Hurley and Colonel Bob Behnken piloted the capsule, causing it to violently drop 17,500 mph in the atmosphere, and quickly decelerated to 15 mph as it approached the ocean. Mr. Pick posted a …

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We finally know how this ancient reptile lived on such a long neck

Use toffee to make a crocodile. Grab its head and pull it until its neck protrudes a few meters from the body. If you look at it, this might be what a strange-looking Triassic reptile said tetanus looks like. more or less. This ridiculously long fossil neck bone species has puzzled paleontologists for nearly 170 years. By using CT scans …

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NASA vowed to stop using offensive nicknames in space

In the past few years, there have been more and more movements fighting against certain everyday racism in the United States. The NFL’s Washington Redskins temporarily changed its name to the Washington Football Team until a more appropriate and less racist name was determined. Dixie Chicks, a country band from Texas, decided to change its name to The Chicks to …

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CERN breakthrough: The decay of the super rare Higgs boson helps unlock the secret science of the universe | News

The Higgs boson is considered by particle physicists to play a fundamental role in the forces that shape the universe. Particles named after British physicist Peter Higgs interact with the Higgs field. The Higgs field is an energy field that gives the particles passing through it have mass. However, little is known about the Higgs telescope. After more than half …

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SpaceX launched another 57 Starlink satellites to land the rocket at sea

Cape Canaveral, Florida — Space X Successfully launched dozens of Starlink Internet Satellite And two small Earth imaging satellites entered orbit on Friday, August 7. This is the second in a series of expected Starlink ride-sharing missions. Two stage Falcon 9 Rocket At 1:12 am Eastern Time (0512 GMT), 57 SpaceX Starlink satellites and two BlackSky global earth observation satellites …

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#AskNASA How do we launch astronauts from the United States to the space station? -NASA

#AskNASA How do we launch astronauts from the United States to the space station? NASA SpaceX’s Endeavour spacecraft successfully sent NASA astronauts back to Earth DOGOnews NASA astronauts shouted out after the historic SpaceX Splashdown today today Latest version: August 5, 2020, Marshall Star Online Amateur Radio participated in the successful ISS ARRL commercial space flight View all reports from …

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Space mining: just around the corner?

The recent milestones of Elon Musk’s SpaceX plan are: the completion of a mission to Mars with 100 tons of cargo in 2022, and the completion of a manned mission in 2024. The goal of SpaceX’s plan is to create a self-sustaining Martian city by 2050. A few decades ago, this sounded like a fantasy, but today it seems that …

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NASA’s Mars helicopter could revolutionize exploration off the ground

In just six months, if all goes well, NASA’s Perseverance Rover will land on the surface of Mars-the payload hidden in its belly will likely change space exploration forever. Like something in a James Bond movie, a spring-loaded arm will eject a four-pound helicopter called Ingenuity from the cabin under the rover debris shield. When it swings downward, the helicopter …

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