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NASA has launched the first rocket from the Australian Space Center

The rocket exploded on Monday shortly after midnight local time from the Arnhem Space Center on the Dhupuma Plateau, near the city of Nhulunbuy, according to Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA), the center’s developer, owner and operator. The rocket is expected to travel more than 300 kilometers (186 miles). room on its mission to observe the …

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This Week NASA Nuclear Power on Moon

This week @NASA: Nuclear energy on the moon, changing the Martian landscape, black space explorers

In pursuit of exploring the surface of the moon … New pictures from surface of Mars …. And ours the latest flight directors … A few stories to tell you – This Week at OUR Founded in 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is an independent agency of the United States federal government …

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Astronomers have found a crater from a mysterious rocket that fell into the moon

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) – NASA’s eye in the sky in orbit around month – found the crash site of a mysterious rocket that hit the other side of the moon on March 4, 2022. LRO images, taken on May 25, revealed not just a single crater, but a double crater created by a rocket …

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The giant sunspot AR3038 has doubled in size and is aimed straight at Earth. Maybe Aurora is coming

Sunspots are usually not a real cause for concern, even if they double overnight and grow to twice the size of the Earth itself. This is exactly what happened with the active region 3038 (AR3038), a sunspot that faces the Earth and could produce some smaller solar flares. While there is no cause for concern, …

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The 125-million-year-old dinosaur fossil has the oldest navel known to science – IGN

Paleontologists have discovered the oldest navel known to science on a 125 million-year-old dinosaur fossil from the genus Psittacosaurus. Oh, the fossil also had the first dinosaur hole ever found. As he reported live science, Psittacosaurus lived during the Cretaceous period, which was between 145 and 66 million years ago, and scientists discovered this navel …

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Marvel at the magnificent galaxies in this classic Hubble Space Telescope photo

For more than three decades, the tireless Hubble Space Telescope has provided stunning views into the myriad mysteries of the universe, helping astronomers, physicists and scientists of all races understand more about galaxies, exoplanets, moons and stars than ever before. Take a look at this classic galactic scene he originally captured Hubble telescope 2012 (NASA …

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A solar storm hits Earth, leaving forecasters in doubt – and could last for days

A SMALL solar storm hit Earth over the weekend, prompting the display of northern lights in the Arctic. The storm was caused by a salvo of radiation known as coronal mass ejection (CME), according to space-time monitoring data. 2 A solar storm hit Earth this weekend causing sporadic depictions of northern lightsCredits: Getty 2 Solar …

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Watch the moon shine near Mercury before dawn on Monday as it completes its planetary tour

Look at the east-northeast horizon before dawn on Monday (June 27) to see the Moon end its monthly tour of the morning plants with Mercury. “A silver piece of old monththe crescent will shine a few finger widths in the upper left (or 3.5 degrees to the celestial north) of the bright spot Mercury“, writes …

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