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UVic’s mini-satellite to launch in 2020, study dark energy

Bryce Edwards demonstrated with a laser pen and a ball-sized ball of the size of a baseball that the 10cm mini-satellite will spread light and allow astronomers to better understand the origins and future of the game. ;universe. [19659002] Called CubeSat, this small satellite can help astronomers explore the origins of the universe, Edwards said. Despite being so small, the …

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After death, Hawking cuts ‘multiverse’ theory down to size

With a scientific article published after his death, Stephen Hawking reignited the debate on a deeply controversial issue for cosmologists: is our universe just one of many in an endless, ever-expanding multiverse? According to a school of thought, the cosmos began to expand exponentially after the Big Bang. In many parts, this expansion or "inflation" continues eternally, except for some …

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National Astronaut Day Commemorates Launch Of First American In Space

President John F. Kennedy delivers the Distinguished Service Medal from NASA to Alan Shepard three days after its successful launch. Its launch was seen as the first step towards other successful NASA space missions. ( NASA ) The National Astronaut Day commemorates the launch of Alan Shepard, the first American to go into space. The short but significant Shepard space …

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James Webb Space Telescope Suffers Another Mechanical Snag During Test

NASA said this is not the first time the James Webb space telescope has encountered mechanical problems. The US space agency has ensured that these events will not affect space launching of the space telescope in 2020. ( NASA ) The NASA space telescope James Webb encountered another mechanical problem during instrument tests at the Northrop Grumman facility in Southern …

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Alan Shepard Becomes First American In Space In 1961 |

<! – -> <! – -> LAUNCHED May 5, 1961 by CAPE CANAVERAL ABOVE THE VIDEO: Freedom 7 opens May 5, 1961 from Cape Canaveral. BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA • MAY 5, 1961 – Alan Shepard became the first American in space on this day in 1961. His suborbital flight in Freedom 7 reached a top speed of …

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Massive discovery deep in space stuns scientists

Scientists have found an exoplanet with an abundance of helium, the first time that helium has been detected on an extrasolar planet. Researchers used the Hubble Space Telescope to uncover an abundance of helium in WASP-107b, an important discovery that will mark the first discovery of gas outside our solar system. Before now, scientists had been able to confirm small …

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Tennessee Girl spots 475-million-year-old Trilobite fossil

As she walked along a lake shore in Tennessee, a young local girl identified an artifact that was later discovered to be a 475 million year old man. Reports from Tennessee have informed that the 11-year-old Ryleigh Taylor, who lived in the eastern region of the area, was walking along the shore of Lake Douglas and found the old fossil …

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11-year-old Tennessee girl finds 475-million-year-old fossil

USA Today Network Brenna McDermott, USA TODAY Network – Tennessee Published 12:06 p.m. ET 5 May 2018 CLOSE An 11-year-old girl from Dandridge discovered a fossil of 475 million years while she was fishing with her parents in Douglas Lake. Angela M Gosnell, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Ryleigh Taylor, age 11, poses with the fossil she has discovered. (Photo: …

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Happy 75th Birthday to the Skunks  |  Ricochet

Trademark Lockheed Martin Born in June 1943 from Lockheed "The Skunk Works ™", the unofficial name of Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Program (ADP) is an aviation legend. The SR-71, the U-2, the F-117, the F-22 and the F-35 are the best known among their projects for the great public. Aviation enthusiasts probably have a longer list of Skunk Works ™ …

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