NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS
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NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS

NASA testing roll-up solar panels on ISS NASA tests a new flexible solar panel on the International Space Station, which is developed to form a compact cylinder and can offer significant savings and an increase in satellite power in the future. Traditional solar panels used for power satellites can be uncomfortable with heavy folded panels that use mechanical hinges. Smaller and…

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Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts
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Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts

Asteroid Collision With Earth Inevitable, Say Experts LONDON: An asteroid attack on Earth is only a matter of time and could destroy major cities, according to experts. According to Alan Fitzsimmons of Belfast Queen University in the UK, this is a case where an asteroid collision will occur, rather than if it would. The warning comes before the day of…

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US to experience rare total solar eclipse
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US to experience rare total solar eclipse

US to experience rare total solar eclipse WASHINGTON: For the first time in nearly a century, the United States is gearing up for a side-by-side solar eclipse, a rare celestial event that millions of Americans, cautiously, be able to observe. During the eclipse of August 21, the first of its kind since 1918, the Moon will pass between the sun…

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ISRO mission to Mars: India's Rs 450-crore MOM Mangalyaan spends 1000 earth days in Martian orbit
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ISRO mission to Mars: India’s Rs 450-crore MOM Mangalyaan spends 1000 earth days in Martian orbit

ISRO mission to Mars: India’s Rs 450-crore MOM Mangalyaan spends 1000 earth days in Martian orbit New Delhi: Mars orbital mission (MOM) – Mangalyaan, the interplanetary mission of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully completed 1,000 Earth days in orbit around the red planet on Monday. The mission of ISRO completed 1,000 days land much beyond its designed…

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'We Are Probably Not Alone': NASA Finds 10 'Earth-Like' Worlds
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‘We Are Probably Not Alone’: NASA Finds 10 ‘Earth-Like’ Worlds

‘We Are Probably Not Alone’: NASA Finds 10 ‘Earth-Like’ Worlds Astronomers using the Kepler Space Telescope detected 219 possible new exoplanets in our galaxy, including 10 relatively small, rocky and possibly habitable planets similar to ours, NASA announced on Monday. These are the latest additions in the exoplanet catalog compiled during the first phase of the Kepler Space Telescope mission…

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SpaceX improving launch cadence, testing new goals

In particular, SpaceX already calls the landing recall as “experimental” on its mailing list of jealousy on the Web. While SpaceX has not commented on the meager recovery effort associated with the launch of NROL-76, this approach was tested during the recent mission SU-10 – with a fairing section photographed – if n is not emitted – the more intact…

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