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Massive gravity theory modifies Einstein’s theory of general relativity to explain the universe's accelerating rate of expansion.
New Theory Could Solve Universe’s Biggest Paradox
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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope probably won’t launch in March 2021, according to a new GAO report. Unforeseen technical problems are prolonging the process of finishing up the telescope, making it increasingly likely that the spacecraft will have to launch at a later date.
NASA’s next big space observatory will likely miss its target launch date — again - The Verge
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That banana peel, turned into graphene, can help facilitate a massive reduction of the environmental impact of concrete and other building materials. While you're at it, toss in those plastic empties.
Lab turns trash into valuable graphene in a flash
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A new species of carnivorous theropod dinosaur has been identified from the fossilized remains discovered in the 1990s in northeastern Utah and Wyoming, the United States.
New Species of Carnivorous Dinosaur Unveiled: Allosaurus jimmadseni | Paleontology |
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SpaceX called off the next launch for its Starlink megaconstellation of internet satellites due to bad weather Monday (Jan. 27), postponing the flight for 24 hours.
SpaceX postpones launch of Starlink satellite fleet due to bad weather | Space
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SpaceX is poised to launch its first astronauts into space this spring: Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.
SpaceX Is About to Launch a Historic Mission With Actual People on Board Crew Dragon
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Here on Earth, we pay quite a lot of attention to the sun. It's visible to us, after all, and central to our lives. But it is only one of the billions of stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way. It's also quite small compared to other stars – most are
Astronomers Have Caught a Rare And Massive 'Accretion Burst' in Our Galaxy
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The Spitzer Space Telescope’s on-orbit operations will cease operation on Jan. 30, far beyond its 2.5-year initial primary mission schedule. Since its launch in 2003, the Spitzer Space Telescope has provided us an unprecedented view of the universe at infrared wavelengths, invisible to our human eyes. ...
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Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have completed a spacewalk to repair a dark matter detection instrument previously considered unserviceable. NASA's Andrew Morgan and European Space Agency's Luca Parmitano spent 6 hours and 16 minutes performing repairs to the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer.
ISS Astronauts Succeed in Fixing $2 Billion 'Unserviceable' Instrument | Digital Trends
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A U.S. company called Spinlaunch has plans to use a high-tech mass accelerator to 'throw' a payload into space.
A slingshot to space
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NASA's Kepler space telescope is extremely good at spotting the subtle hints of distant exoplanets. It does this by detecting slight drops in the brightness of stars, signaling the presence of one or more planets hanging out in orbit.
NASA’s Kepler spots a star slurping up a planet – BGR
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It took four years of planning, 20 new tools shipped by spacecraft and an unprecedented four-part repair job, but a $2 billion experiment on the International Space Station is all patched up after a spacewalk by astronauts Saturday (Jan. 25).
Astronauts complete 4-spacewalk marathon to fix space station's $2 billion antimatter detector | Space
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NASA’s Curiosity rover had a little attitude problem earlier this week. The issue sidelined the rover for a brief time, but the golf cart-sized robot is back to roaming the red planet. In rover speak, “attitude” doesn’t mean Curiosity is being sassy, but rather it refers to the robot’s position in space. ...
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NASA's resilient Curiosity Rover bounces back once more after attitude issue
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An enigma within a mystery, revealed an explanation to the peculiar emission lines seen in supernovae SN 2006gy as bright as an entire galaxy as well as clues to its previously unknown origin.
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Artists like to anthropomorphise stars as pretty ladies, but in truth, they can be violent bastards. And astronomers have found a particularly bloodthirsty example in a binary star 3,000 light-years away, in which a small dead star slowly and perio
Astronomers Have Caught a 'Vampire' Star in The Act of Draining Its Companion
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According to legend, the devil once took a walk down the side of a volcano in southern Italy, each step preserved forever in solid rock.
Mysterious Footprints Indicate Neanderthals Climbed a Volcano Right After It Erupted
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In the scorching atmosphere of exoplanet KELT-9b, even molecules are torn to shreds.
For hottest planet, a major meltdown, study shows
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Taking mankind’s first steps on Mars will be a costly and risky endeavour for the first astronauts who will head to the red planet.
The distance, costs and health problems make a journey to the red planet incredibly risky
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