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Hubble reveals dynamic atmospheres of Uranus, Neptune

During his annual routine monitoring of time on the outer planets of our solar system, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope discovered a mysterious new dark storm over Neptune (right ) and provided a new appearance in a long-lasting storm surrounding the north polar region on Uranus (left). Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) and M.H. Wong and …

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Farside Politics: The West Eyes Moon Cooperation with China

NASA and the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) are coordinating efforts focused on the recent landing of the Chinese Chang & # 39; and 4 moon lander and the Yutu 2 rover on the lunar side. The robotic probe was throttled on January 3 inside the Von Kármán crater in the southern basin of the South Pole Aitken. Newly released …

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Japan sets date for asteroid ‘rock grab’

Image copyright DLR Picture caption Opera: Hayabusa2 arrived in the Asteroid Ryugu in June of last year The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 will attempt to collect a rock sample from an asteroid on February 22, says the country's space agency (Jaxa). Hayabusa 2 reached the asteroid Ryugu in June 2018 after a three-and-a-day one-year journey from Earth. He will come …

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Google engineer Alan Eustace record free-fall from the stratosphere

Former Google engineer Alan Eustace broke the longest freefall record in 2014, when he rose from 135.890 feet. Reached maximum speeds exceeding 820 miles per hour . Eustace says he is not a foolhardy: the engineer and pilot spent months conducting trial flights, training and refining the design of his special suit. The venture is told in the documentary "14 …

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Scientists discover new type of magnet

In a normal magnetic material, dense magnetic moments try to align themselves with their neighbors (left). In contrast, in a singlet-based material, unstable magnetic moments enter and exit from existence and attach one another to aligned groups (right). Credit: Lin Miao, NYU Department of Physics A team of scientists has discovered the first robust example of a new type of …

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