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    May 03, 2019
    ROCKET SCIENCE
    SpaceX acknowledges capsule destroyed; CRS-17 launch set for Friday



    Kennedy Space Center FL (UPI) May 02, 2019
    SpaceX acknowledged Thursday that the company's Crew Dragon capsule was destroyed last weekend in an explosion during a test firing. "It is too early to confirm any cause," Vice President Hans Koenigsmann during a press conference at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. "This will make us a better company ... to ensure that Crew Dragon is one of the safest spacecraft ever built." Koenigsmann also confirmed, as had been suspected by observers, that the explosion happened Saturday during activatio ... read more

    ROCKET SCIENCE
    Firefly Aerospace advances toward late 2019 launch
    Melbourne, FL (UPI) Apr 29, 2019
    Texas-based Firefly Aerospace said Monday it successfully test-fired the second stage of its Firefly Alpha rocket in a five-minute hot fire to prepare for a planned launch later this year. The ... more
    SPACE TRAVEL
    NASA and Blue Origin Help Classrooms and Researchers Reach Space
    Edwards AFB CA (SPX) May 03, 2019
    "We are now on the verge of giving students and teachers the ability to build and fly affordable experiments in space. When teachers are this excited about putting experiments in space, their studen ... more
    MOON DAILY
    Launch of India's Second Lunar Mission 'Chandrayaan-2' Postponed Yet Again
    New Delhi (Sputnik) May 03, 2019
    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has postponed the launch of Chandrayaan-2, the country's second lunar mission, to July of this year. "All the modules are getting ready for Chandr ... more
    TIME AND SPACE
    Hubble Astronomers Assemble Wide View of the Evolving Universe
    Baltimore MD (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Astronomers have put together the largest and most comprehensive "history book" of galaxies into one single image, using 16 years' worth of observations from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. The ... more
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    SPACE TRAVEL
    Gateway to the Solar System
    Bethesda, MD (SPX) May 03, 2019
    It seems like everyone wants to go someplace in the Solar System. President Trump wants to go to the Moon. Elon Musk wants to go to Mars. Others want to go to an asteroid. So, what is the easi ... more
    ROCKET SCIENCE
    China plans to launch carrier rocket at sea
    Beijing (XNA) May 03, 2019
    China plans to launch a Long March-11 carrier rocket at sea this year, which is expected to lower the cost of entering space. The rocket has been named "CZ-11 WEY" under an agreement between t ... more
    SPACE TRAVEL
    Power Glitch in US Segment of ISS Fixed, Station Back to Full Power - NASA
    Moscow (Sputnik) May 03, 2019
    The problem with the power supply system in the US part of International Space Station has been solved and the ISS has returned to full power, NASA said in a statement on Thursday. A partial failure ... more
    SPACE TRAVEL
    Observing Gaia from Earth to improve its star maps
    Paris (ESA) May 03, 2019
    While ESA's Gaia mission has been surveying more than one billion stars from space, astronomers have been regularly monitoring the satellite's position in the sky with telescopes across the world, i ... more
    MARSDAILY
    Martian Dust Could Help Explain Water Loss, Plus Other Learnings From Global Storm
    Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Dust is not just a household nuisance; it's a planetary one, particularly on Mars. Before astronauts visit the Red Planet, we need to understand how the dust particles that often fill the atmosphere ... more
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    IRON AND ICE
    Hera's APEX CubeSat will reveal the stuff that asteroids are made of
    Paris (ESA) May 03, 2019
    From Earth asteroids appear as little more than dots in the sky. Europe's miniature APEX spacecraft will operate as a mineral prospector in deep space, surveying the make-up of its target asteroids ... more
    EXO WORLDS
    Planetary Habitability? It's What's Inside That Counts
    Washington DC (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Which of Earth's features were essential for the origin and sustenance of life? And how do scientists identify those features on other worlds? A team of investigators with array of expertise r ... more
    STELLAR CHEMISTRY
    Pinpointing the Gaia Spacecraft to the Map the Milky Way
    Paris (ESA) May 03, 2019
    This image, a composite of several observations captured by ESO's VLT Survey Telescope (VST), shows the ESA spacecraft Gaia as a faint trail of dots across the lower half of the star-filled field of ... more
    STELLAR CHEMISTRY
    Astronomer Helps Create "History Book" of the Universe
    New Haven CT (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Astronomers have assembled a mosaic of nearly 7,500 images of one part of the sky, creating the largest and most comprehensive history book of the universe. The Hubble Legacy Field (HLF) mosai ... more
    STELLAR CHEMISTRY
    Are M106's Globular Clusters a Relic of Cosmic High Noon
    Michoacan, Mexico (SPX) May 03, 2019
    An international scientific team led by a Mexican researcher discovered globular clusters rotating at the same speed as the gas in the disk of the spiral galaxy Messier 106 (also known as M106 or NG ... more


    Ancient Star-Crash Detection Ushers New Dawn for Space Discovery

    MICROSAT BLITZ
    TRISAT satellite joins the first European rideshare mission on the SSMS
    Maribor, Slovenia (SPX) May 03, 2019
    On April 5, the University of Maribor (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) and SAB Launch Services S.r.l. (SAB-LS) signed the Launch Services Agreement (LSA) for the launch of th ... more
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    Cloud Constellation Corporation Selects Satellite Manufacturer LeoStella
    Seattle WA (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Cloud Constellation Corporation has selected LeoStella to manufacture the SpaceBelt satellite constellation. Cloud Constellation's SpaceBelt Data Security as a Service (DSaaS) offers secure, g ... more
    GPS NEWS
    CGI and Thales sign contract for secure Galileo satellite navigation services
    Rotterdam, Netherlands (SPX) May 03, 2019
    CGI has signed an agreement with Thales Alenia Space France to enhance and maintain security software for the Galileo satellite navigation system. Valued at approximately 14 million euros, the contr ... more
    SPACEMART
    AOL co-founder Steve Case: Space Coast needs venture capital
    Melbourne, FL (UPI) Apr 30, 2019
    The new era of space exploration needs more innovation and more investment, AOL co-founder Steve Case said at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Tuesday. Case and his investment company, Revol ... more
    SPACEMART
    Kongsberg supplies space electronics to Astranis
    Kongsberg, Norway (SPX) May 02, 2019
    Kongsberg Defense and Aerospace AS (KONGSBERG) will supply communications equipment (TC and R) to Astranis Space Technologies Corp. The delivery consists of the functional interface between the sate ... more
    DRAGON SPACE
    China's Yuanwang-7 departs for space monitoring missions
    Nanjing (XNA) May 03, 2019
    China's spacecraft tracking ship Yuanwang-7 is sailing to the Pacific Ocean, beginning its first maritime space monitoring mission this year. The ship departed from a port in eastern China's J ... more
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    RSC Energia developed a one-orbit rendezvous profile
    Moscow, Russia (SPX) May 02, 2019
    RSC Energia mission specialists have developed a one-orbit flight profile for a rendezvous with the International Space Station within about 2 hours. The main advantage of such a profile is the reduction of the time spent by cosmonauts in a small volume of a spacecraft. One more advantage of this one-orbit rendezvous profile is a quick delivery of various biomaterials to the Station to con ... more
    + Observing Gaia from Earth to improve its star maps
    + NASA Aids Testing of Boeing Deep Space Habitat Ground Prototype in Alabama
    + Power Glitch in US Segment of ISS Fixed, Station Back to Full Power - NASA
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    + International Space Station suffers partial power loss, no danger to crew
    + Photobioreactor: oxygen and a source of nutrition for astronauts
    China plans to launch carrier rocket at sea
    Beijing (XNA) May 03, 2019
    China plans to launch a Long March-11 carrier rocket at sea this year, which is expected to lower the cost of entering space. The rocket has been named "CZ-11 WEY" under an agreement between the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, China Space Foundation and a Chinese automobile producer. China's first seaborne rocket launch is scheduled for mid-2019 in the Yellow Sea, said Ji ... more
    + Firefly Aerospace advances toward late 2019 launch
    + NASA Says It Lost $700 Million in Failed Rocket Launches Due to Fraud Scheme
    + SLS Forward Join Set for Horizontal Assembly to Liquid Hydrogen Tank
    + SpaceX acknowledges capsule destroyed; CRS-17 launch set for Friday
    + SpaceX capsule was destroyed in 'anomaly': lawmaker
    + SpaceX Dragon cargo launch no earlier than May 3
    + NASA investigation finds cause of two science mission launch failures


    Martian Dust Could Help Explain Water Loss, Plus Other Learnings From Global Storm
    Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 03, 2019
    Dust is not just a household nuisance; it's a planetary one, particularly on Mars. Before astronauts visit the Red Planet, we need to understand how the dust particles that often fill the atmosphere could impact them and their equipment. The global Martian dust storm of summer 2018 - the one that blotted out sunlight for weeks and put NASA's beloved Opportunity rover out of business - offe ... more
    + ESA to Lose Member State Support if ExoMars Launch Postponed - Director-General
    + InSight lander captures audio of first likely 'quake' on Mars
    + All-woman engineering team heads to NASA Mars competition
    + A small step for China: Mars base for teens opens in desert
    + Things Are Stacking Up for NASA's Mars 2020 Spacecraft
    + ExoMars carrier module prepares for final pre-launch testing
    + First results from the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
    China's Yuanwang-7 departs for space monitoring missions
    Nanjing (XNA) May 03, 2019
    China's spacecraft tracking ship Yuanwang-7 is sailing to the Pacific Ocean, beginning its first maritime space monitoring mission this year. The ship departed from a port in eastern China's Jiangsu Province Wednesday. As a part of China's new generation of spacecraft tracking ships, Yuanwang-7 is about 220 meters long, 40 meters high and has a displacement of nearly 30,000 tonnes. I ... more
    + China's tracking ship Yuanwang-2 starts new mission after retirement
    + China to build moon station in 'about 10 years'
    + China to enhance international space cooperation
    + China opens Chang'e-6 for international payloads, asteroids next
    + China's commercial carrier rocket finishes engine test
    + China launches new data relay satellite
    + Super-powerful Long March 9 said to begin missions around 2030
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    Kongsberg supplies space electronics to Astranis
    Kongsberg, Norway (SPX) May 02, 2019
    Kongsberg Defense and Aerospace AS (KONGSBERG) will supply communications equipment (TC and R) to Astranis Space Technologies Corp. The delivery consists of the functional interface between the satellite and the ground and includes all the equipment needed to transmit data in the form of telemetry. The telecom company Astranis builds the next generation satellite as part of providing the w ... more
    + AOL co-founder Steve Case: Space Coast needs venture capital
    + Capella Space ramping up production with Blue Canyon Technologies' Attitude Control Systems
    + Cloud Constellation Corporation Selects Satellite Manufacturer LeoStella
    + Satellite Constellations and Radio Astronomy
    + Iridium Awarded Gateway Support and Maintenance Contract by the U.S. Department of Defense
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    + ESA opening up to new ideas
    Researchers discover surprising quantum effect in hard disk drive material
    Lemont IL (SPX) May 01, 2019
    Scientists find surprising way to affect information storage properties in metal alloy. Sometimes scientific discoveries can be found along well-trodden paths. That proved the case for a cobalt-iron alloy material commonly found in hard disk drives. As reported in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters, researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Labora ... more
    + Flexible circuits for 3D printing
    + The first laser radio transmitter
    + Quantum gas turns supersolid
    + NASA Awards PathFinder Digital Contract to Study Free Space Optics
    + Ice-proof coating for big structures relies on a 'beautiful demonstration of mechanics'
    + Squid skin inspires creation of next-generation space blanket
    + Coffee machine helped physicists to make ion traps more efficient


    Rapid destruction of Earth-like atmospheres by young stars
    Vienna, Austria (SPX) Apr 26, 2019
    The discoveries of thousands of planets orbiting stars outside our solar system has made questions about the potential for life to form on these planets fundamentally important in modern science. Fundamentally important for the habitability of a planet is whether or not it can hold onto an atmosphere, which requires that the atmosphere is not completely lost early in the lifetime of the pl ... more
    + Cosmic dust reveals new insights on the formation of solar system
    + Planetary Habitability? It's What's Inside That Counts
    + Slime mold memorizes foreign substances by absorbing them
    + Necrophagy: A means of survival in the Dead Sea
    + Oil-eating bacteria found at the bottom of the ocean
    + Explosion on Jupiter-sized star 10 times more powerful than ever seen on our sun
    + Astronomers discover third planet in the Kepler-47 circumbinary system
    Next-Generation NASA Instrument Advanced to Study the Atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune
    Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 26, 2019
    Much has changed technologically since NASA's Galileo mission dropped a probe into Jupiter's atmosphere to investigate, among other things, the heat engine driving the gas giant's atmospheric circulation. A NASA scientist and his team at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, are taking advantage of those advances to mature a smaller, more capable net flux radiometer. ... more
    + Public Invited to Help Name Solar System's Largest Unnamed World
    + Europa Clipper High-Gain Antenna Undergoes Testing
    + Scientists to Conduct Largest-Ever Hubble Survey of the Kuiper Belt
    + Jupiter's unknown journey revealed
    + A Prehistoric Mystery in the Kuiper Belt
    + Ultima Thule in 3D
    + SwRI-led New Horizons research indicates small Kuiper Belt objects are surprisingly rare
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    Aussie scientists find antidote for deadly box jellyfish sting
    Sydney (AFP) May 1, 2019
    Australian researchers believe they have found an antidote to a sting from the world's most venomous creature, the much-feared box jellyfish. Researchers at the University of Sydney had been investigating how the venom is so deadly that one box jellyfish can kill 60 people. The team noticed the venom needs cholesterol to kill human cells and decided to test whether existing drugs could s ... more
    + Hydroid to support production of unmanned underwater vehicles
    + Sierra Leone tackles overfishing but gets small fry
    + Rapid melting of the world's largest ice shelf linked to solar heat in the ocean
    + Egypt's rebounding tourism threatens Red Sea corals
    + Researchers detail marine viruses from pole
    + French aquarium sued over hammerhead shark deaths
    + How to purify water with graphene
    CGI and Thales sign contract for secure Galileo satellite navigation services
    Rotterdam, Netherlands (SPX) May 03, 2019
    CGI has signed an agreement with Thales Alenia Space France to enhance and maintain security software for the Galileo satellite navigation system. Valued at approximately 14 million euros, the contract will last until the end of 2020. CGI experts are working on this strategic project from Rotterdam and Toulouse. CGI will improve the functionality, robustness and reliability of Galileo's gr ... more
    + China launches new BeiDou satellite
    + Industry collaboration on avionics paves the way for GAINS navigation demonstration flights
    + Record-Breaking Satellite Advances NASA's Exploration of High-Altitude GPS
    + China, Arab states eye closer cooperation on satellite navigation to build "Space Silk Road"
    + Second GPS III satellite arrives at Cape Canaveral ahead of July launch
    + GPS 3 space vehicle 02 "Magellan" arrives in Florida; prepares for July launch
    + Russia plans to launch Glonass-M satellite in mid-May


    China's Chang'e-4 probe resumes work for fifth lunar day
    Beijing (XNA) Apr 30, 2019
    The lander and the rover of the Chang'e-4 probe have resumed work for the fifth lunar day on the far side of the moon after "sleeping" during the extreme cold night. The lander woke up at 7:40 a.m. Monday, and the rover, Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit-2), awoke at 1:45 p.m. Sunday. Both are in normal working condition, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of the China National ... more
    + Magma is the key to the moon's makeup
    + Launch of India's Second Lunar Mission 'Chandrayaan-2' Postponed Yet Again
    + Rock hits Moon during lunar eclipse
    + What's on the far side of the Moon?
    + China Plans to Build Base Near South Pole Outdoing US Apollo Missions
    + Kennedy Scientist Leading Team to Combat Lunar Dust
    + NASA accepts challenge of sending American astronauts to Moon in 2024
    ASU researchers find water in samples from asteroid Itokawa
    Tucson AZ (SPX) May 02, 2019
    Two cosmochemists at Arizona State University have made the first-ever measurements of water contained in samples from the surface of an asteroid. The samples came from asteroid Itokawa and were collected by the Japanese space probe Hayabusa. The team's findings suggest that impacts early in Earth's history by similar asteroids could have delivered as much as half of our planet's ocean wat ... more
    + Hera's APEX CubeSat will reveal the stuff that asteroids are made of
    + Hera's CubeSat to perform first radar probe of an asteroid
    + Gaia survey reveals three new asteroids
    + Hermes to Bring Asteroid Research to the ISS
    + Scientists Planning Now for Asteroid Flyby a Decade Away
    + NASA chief calls for global effort to study asteroid threat
    + What if an asteroid was about to hit Earth? Scientists ponder question
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    Scientists track giant ocean vortex from space
    Washington DC (SPX) May 02, 2019
    Researchers have found a new way to use satellites to monitor the Great Whirl, a massive whirlpool the size of Colorado that forms each year off the coast of East Africa, they report in a new study. Using 23 years of satellite data, the new findings show the Great Whirl is larger and longer-lived than scientists previously thought. At its peak, the giant whirlpool is, on average, 275,000 s ... more
    + How Atmospheric Sounding Transformed Weather Prediction
    + OCO-3 Ready to Extend NASA's Study of Carbon
    + NASA Instrument to More Accurately Measure Ozone Discovered by "Accident"
    + What's behind the ground-breaking 3D habitat map of the Great Barrier Reef
    + Greek researchers enlist EU satellite against Aegean sea litter
    + Arianespace to launch "SAR" satellite StriX-a aboard Vega for Japanese startup company Synspective
    + Geomagnetic jerks finally reproduced and explained
    Scientists discover what powers celestial phenomenon STEVE
    Washington DC (SPX) Apr 26, 2019
    The celestial phenomenon known as STEVE is likely caused by a combination of heating of charged particles in the atmosphere and energetic electrons like those that power the aurora, according to new research. In a new study, scientists found STEVE's source region in space and identified two mechanisms that cause it. Last year, the obscure atmospheric lights became an internet sensation. Ty ... more
    + Indian Scientists Make Deepest Radio Images of the Sun
    + New model accurately predicts harmful space weather
    + NASA launches two rockets studying auroras
    + Jupiter's Atmosphere Heats up under Solar Wind
    + And the Blobs Just Keep on Coming
    + Unexpected rain on Sun links two solar mysteries
    + Climate changes make some aspects of weather forecasting increasingly difficult
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    Observations that question dark matter disproved
    Trieste, Italy (SPX) Apr 30, 2019
    As fascinating as it is mysterious, dark matter is one of the greatest enigmas of astrophysics and cosmology. It is thought to account for 90% of the matter in the Universe, but its existence has been demonstrated only indirectly and recently called into question. New research conducted by SISSA removes the recent doubts on the presence of dark matter within the galaxies, disproving the em ... more
    + Astronomer Helps Create "History Book" of the Universe
    + Are M106's Globular Clusters a Relic of Cosmic High Noon
    + Ancient Star-Crash Detection Ushers New Dawn for Space Discovery
    + Astronomers discover 2,000-year-old remnant of a nova
    + Star with strange chemistry is from out of town
    + Chemical evidence shows how a dwarf galaxy contributes to growth of Milky Way
    + Mystery of the universe's expansion rate widens with new Hubble data
    The search for nothing at all
    Fort Collins CO (SPX) Apr 30, 2019
    Bill Fairbank is looking for...nothing. The Colorado State University professor of physics studies the fundamental matter particles known as neutrinos, and an exceedingly rare instance of radioactive decay in which neutrinos - otherwise present in such decays - are nowhere to be found. This theorized but never-before-observed process, called "neutrinoless double-beta decay," would ro ... more
    + Hubble Astronomers Assemble Wide View of the Evolving Universe
    + Spinning black hole sprays light-speed plasma clouds into space
    + Scientists get to the bottom of a 'spitting' black hole
    + New Hubble measurements confirm universe is expanding faster than expected
    + IAS researchers detect evidence of 6 new binary black hole mergers within LVC data
    + Hubble measurements suggest disparity in Hubble constant calculations is not a fluke
    + SOFIA uncovers ones of the building blocks of the early Universe
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