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NASA and the European Space Agency cooperate at the Lunar Outpost at the Artemis Gateway

When NASA is trying to return humans to the lunar surface through its Artemis program, the space agency is increasing international partnerships to promote sustainable exploration of the moon-while also showing that humans may fly to Mars in the future. A cooperation agreement between NASA and the European Space Agency was finalized on Tuesday, and the two agencies will work …

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Antarctica: Scientists explore “weird” British base “untouched for 50 years” after fleeing science | News

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is a national operation in the frozen desert and is part of the Natural Environment Research Council. BAS has more than 400 employees and plays an active role in Antarctic affairs. It operates five research stations, two ships and five aircraft in two polar regions, and solves key global and regional issues. Since the establishment …

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Geologists simulate soil conditions to help grow plants on Mars

Rendering of a house next to a greenhouse on Mars by NASA The next huge step for mankind may be to enter Mars. But before performing these tasks, scientists need to make dozens of breakthroughs, including learning how to grow crops on the Red Planet. In fact, astronauts cannot extract countless topsoil from space. Therefore, geologists at the University of …

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The rare blue moon will bring Halloween 2020 to the sky

In 2017, a brilliant full moon rose at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA/Kim Sfulett Halloween may Looks a little different This year is due to COVID-19, but it will use weird glasses as an example Gloriously look at the sky: Rare full moon in the second month. The full moon visible on October 31 is called the blue …

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Astronomy | found that the water on the moon is bathed in full sun

We have known for some time that there was water ice in the deep moon near the moon. However, new observations indicate that there is water in a very surprising place: Sunlit crater. Surprisingly, if there is no atmosphere to stop it, the high-energy ultraviolet light from the sun tends to break down water molecules. However, it seems that this …

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Antarctica has a wingspan of 6.4 meters and can give birth to giant bird fossils

This five-inch-long fossil jawbone segment dates back 40 million years, and it was discovered in Antarctica in the 1980s. The bird’s skull is about two feet long, while the dentures originally covered with keratin are an inch long. At this scale, the bird’s wingspan will reach 5 to 6 meters (about 20 feet).Image source: Peter Kloess (University of California, Berkeley) …

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The galaxies in the baby universe are surprisingly mature

The dusty rotating galaxy depicted by the artist. Source: B. Saxton NRAO / AUI / NSF, ESO, NASA / STScI; NAOJ / Subaru In the early universe, huge galaxies have matured much more than previously expected. An international team of astronomers proved this, using the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA) to study 118 distant galaxies. Most galaxies formed when the …

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NASA’s Perseverance Rover has entered the midway of Mars-NASA’s Mars Exploration Program

Sometimes, taking half the measure can be a good thing, especially during a long journey. The agency’s latest rover has only about 146 million miles left to reach its destination. Since flying high into the sky on July 30, NASA’s “Mars 2020 Perseverance” Mars mission has recorded many flight miles-146.3 million miles (235.4 million kilometers) to be precise. It turns …

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