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Capsule for first Orion spacecraft designed to carry crew built and delivered to KSC

Jason Rhian August 31st, 2018 NASA and Lockheed Martin are getting ready for the primary crewed check flight of the Orion spacecraft, Exploration Mission 2, slated for April of 2023. Picture Credit score: Lockheed Martin KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — NASA and Lockheed Martin are getting ready for the primary …

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Cool water

Description In celebration of World Water Week, the ESA-sponsored medical physician Carmen Possnig and plumber Florentin Camus pose with the water recycling facility that makes life doable at Concordia research station, situated on Antarctica’s excessive plateau.    Also referred to as White Mars, Antarctica is the closest resemblance on Earth …

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Why Jupiter's Rapid Growth Spurt Was Delayed for Millions of Years

Jupiter’s southern hemisphere, as photographed by NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Credit score: Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran/NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS New analysis suggests why Jupiter, the biggest planet within the photo voltaic system, waited about two million years for its early-formation progress spurt. A workforce led by a Swiss researcher discovered that kilometer-size worlds smashed …

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Two new BeiDou-3 navigation satellites launched atop Long March 3B

Tomasz Nowakowski August 26th, 2018 Lengthy March 3B launches with BeiDou-Three M11 and M12 satellites on August 25, 2018. Picture Credit score: Xinhua/Liang Keyan. On Saturday, August 25, China efficiently launched its Lengthy March 3B booster carrying two new BeiDou-Three spacecraft to replenish China’s homegrown satellite tv for pc navigation …

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