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Blue Origin Signs Up Third Customer for New Glenn  Voir?

Blue Origin announced Sept. 26 that it has signed a deal with a startup satellite operator based in Thailand to launch its first satellite on the New Glenn rocket.
(26/09/2017 @ 02:41)
Aliens, Mind-Controlled Robots & Multispecies Conflict: Q&A with 'Provenance' Author Ann Leckie  Voir?

In "Provenance" (Orbit Books, 2017), released today (Sept. 26), a woman who's trying to recover priceless artifacts ends up at the center of a multiculture, multispecies conflict on a planet covered in ancient ruins.

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(26/09/2017 @ 02:00)
Vibrant Aurora Australis Lights Up Antarctic in Astronaut Video  Voir?

The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) shared stunning footage of the Aurora Australis, otherwise known as the southern lights. Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli captured this beautiful display as the ISS passed over the Southern Hemisphere.

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(26/09/2017 @ 12:40)
Hello, Up There! Vice President Phones Space Station Astronauts  Voir?

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence spoke with three NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station during his visit to NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, on Monday (Sept. 26).

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(26/09/2017 @ 12:17)
Extreme Astrophysics: Life at the World's Remotest Telescopes (Kavli Roundtable)  Voir?

From oxygen-thin mountain tops to barren deserts to the South Pole, many of the world's most powerful telescopes are in distant, inhospitable environments. Three researchers share their adventures pursuing science at the farthest corners of the world.   

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(26/09/2017 @ 11:42)
'Star Trek: Discovery' Review: Strange New World  Voir?

Is Star Trek: Discovery on CBS All Access worth your time? Probably. Does it honor the legacy of Star Trek? Maybe.
(26/09/2017 @ 11:20)
International Partnerships to Address Orbital Debris in Absence of Broader Accord  Voir?

International cooperation in dealing with the growing problem or orbital debris is essential, a panel of experts argued, but said not to expect a comprehensive accord on the issue for the foreseeable future.

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(26/09/2017 @ 11:00)
International Partners in No Rush Regarding Future of Space Station  Voir?

The partner space agencies of the International Space Station said Sept. 25 they have had discussions about the future of the station beyond 2024, but indicated no urgency in making a decision.
(26/09/2017 @ 10:45)
Image of the Day  Voir?

Outside the International Space Station, a two-armed robot named Dextre helps NASA locate an ammonia leak. Robotic operators had Dextre grab onto a tool called the Robotic External Leak Locator, which "sniffed" for traces of ammonia.

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(26/09/2017 @ 09:40)
Ancient Lake On Mars Was Hospitable Enough To Support Life  Voir?

Mars' Gale Crater, once home to a flowing river and a lake, had the right conditions for life in ancient times, according to a new study looking at three years of data from NASA's Curiosity rover.
(26/09/2017 @ 07:00)
Look for the Moon, Saturn and Antares in the Sky Tonight  Voir?

If the weather is clear in your area on Tuesday evening (Sept. 26), you'll have an opportunity to see what probably are the two "most asked for" objects to look at through a telescope: the moon and Saturn.

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(26/09/2017 @ 07:00)
Mysterious Cosmic Radio Bursts May Flash Every Second  Voir?

The mysterious, powerful flashes of light known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) may occur once every second somewhere in the universe, a new study suggests.
(26/09/2017 @ 07:00)
Crescent Enceladus: Icy Saturn Moon Shines in Cassini Photo  Voir?

Cassini may be gone, but the spacecraft's gorgeous photos will be with us forever, as a newly released shot of the icy Saturn moon Enceladus shows.
(26/09/2017 @ 07:00)
What Is Cosmology? Definition & History  Voir?

Cosmology by definition is the branch of astronomy involving the origin and evolution of the universe, from the Big Bang to the future of the cosmos.
(25/09/2017 @ 09:50)
NASA Langley's Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility Opens  Voir?

The Katherine G. Johnson Computational Research Facility, named for a mathematician whose calculations helped put the first Americans in orbit and onto the moon, has opened its doors after a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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(25/09/2017 @ 05:38)
Chinese Cargo Spacecraft Burns Up in Earth's Atmosphere  Voir?

China's first resupply craft, Tianzhou-1, has been deorbited under orders from ground controllers.
(25/09/2017 @ 03:57)
Former Astronaut Rebukes President Trump, Calling His NFL Comments 'Reprehensible'  Voir?

Former NASA astronaut and former NFL player Leland Melvin posted an open letter to President Donald Trump on Facebook, expressing disappointment at many of the president's recent comments regarding NFL players.

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(25/09/2017 @ 03:38)
'Retreat Is Not an Option': 'Star Trek: Discovery' Opens with Mutiny and Klingon Battle  Voir?

"Star Trek: Discovery" opened on CBS All Access Sunday night (Sept. 24) with a powerful opening shot after 12 years of absence from television.
(25/09/2017 @ 01:40)
Watch Live @ 1:45 pm ET: NASA Discusses Parker Solar Probe Mission  Voir?

NASA will discuss its upcoming Parker Solar Probe mission during a Facebook Live event today (Sept. 25) at 1:45 p.m. EDT (1745 GMT). Watch it live here, courtesy of NASA.
(25/09/2017 @ 01:33)
'Cosmic Welcome Mats' Aim to Bring Aliens In  Voir?

A potential solution to the Fermi Paradox is getting a test this week, with the debut of a suite of "cosmic welcome mats" designed to let intelligent aliens know that Earth is happy to receive them (as long as they wipe their tentacles first, of course).

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(25/09/2017 @ 12:03)

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