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Here's a cool video of the Virgin Galactic space ship actually touching space:

https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/tech/vi...rth-ncna948206
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Old 12-18-18, 01:28 PM
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Saturn is losing its iconic planetary rings

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“The rings are being pulled into Saturn by gravity as a dusty rain of ice particles under the influence of Saturn’s magnetic field,” the space agency said in a statement, adding the ring loss is happening at a “worst-case scenario” rate.

The research was published in the journal Icarus. Not to worry, the rings won’t disappear in our lifetimes. It’ll take just under 300 million years for them to totally vanish, but that’s a blip in time compared to the age of the planet, which is estimated to be at about 4 billion years old.

The science behind the research may help one of astronomers’ longstanding questions: Did Saturn always have its rings, or were they acquired during its long lifespan? The conditions by which the rings are disappearing suggest the latter. In fact, scientists at NASA estimate the rings we see surrounding the planet today are only 100 million years old, at most.
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'Farout!' Newfound Object Is the Farthest Solar System Body Ever Spotted

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A newly discovered object is the most-distant body ever observed in the solar system — and the first object ever found orbiting at more than 100 times the distance from Earth to the sun.

The discovery team nicknamed the object "Farout," and its provisional designation from the International Astronomical Union is 2018 VG18. Preliminary research suggests it's a round, pinkish dwarf planet. The same team spotted a faraway dwarf planet nicknamed "The Goblin" in October.

"All that we currently know about 2018 VG18 is its extreme distance from the sun, its approximate diameter, and its color," David Tholen, a researcher at the University of Hawaii and part of the discovery team, said in a statement. "Because 2018 VG18 is so distant, it orbits very slowly, likely taking more than 1,000 years to take one trip around the Sun."
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Old 12-18-18, 01:31 PM
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Breathing in Moon dust could kill you

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Dreams of a lunar colony where people walk around on the dusty surface inside of big domes will remain a dream for a while longer. We might eventually reach a point where humans could feasibly create comfortable living conditions on Earth’s Moon, but new research suggests that the material covering our nearest neighbor is actually toxic to humans.

Thanks to the Apollo missions, scientists on Earth have samples of lunar dust that they can test, and a new research effort discovered that the pale powder is packed with compounds that react with human cells. As New Scientist reports, the minerals prompt the formation of hydroxyl radicals which are thought to promote lung cancer.

When NASA visited the Moon many decades ago, they quickly found out just how hostile the lunar surface could be. The dusty surface was tough on the space suits the astronauts wore as well as vehicles like the lunar rover. What they couldn’t have predicted is that the dust could actively damage human DNA.
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Old 12-19-18, 08:31 AM
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https://bgr.com/2018/12/17/moon-dust...lunar-mission/
I thought this article was a bit head scratching. So moon dust if breathed in could be hazardous to your health? Well so can a lot of stuff on earth such as coal dust. In fact almost any particulate can be a problem if breathed in long enough.

I also thought that the idea that people would be walking directly on moon dust in big domes to be a bit ridiculous. The most common design for a moon base I've seen are where folks live underground. Dooms would be used for recreation & manufacturing space. It seems to me inconceivable that they would leave the moon surface exposed under these domes. My guess is that they will install FLOORS like we do in our homes. It's been a long time since we lived, worked & played in buildings with dirt floors.

I would think that after leveling the surface for dome installation they would then spray a thick polymer coating over the moon dust to seal it in. Then they would install a floor.

This paper reminds me of those early studies on artificial sweeteners that found they were cancer causing in animals only to learn that a person would have to drink 500 cans of pop a day for a year to be at any risk!
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Old 12-21-18, 02:25 PM
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This is the Korolev crater, near the north pole of Mars, as captured by the European Space Agency (ESA)'s Mars Express mission.

The crater is 82km (50 miles) across, and filled with ice 1.8km thick.

It was named after rocket engineer and spacecraft designer Sergei Korolev, the architect of the Soviet Union's space programme.
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Old 12-21-18, 04:38 PM
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Great article Yappi!

The crater is 82km (50 miles) across, and filled with ice 1.8km thick.

That's a mile thick sheet of ice! You could fill a bunch of Martian swimming pools with that.
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Old 12-23-18, 10:12 AM
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Witnessing the birth of a planet:

https://phys.org/news/2018-12-baby-s...um-blocks.html


A massive stellar flare on a baby star has been spotted by University of Warwick astronomers, shedding light on the origins of potentially habitable exoplanets.

One of the largest ever seen on a star of its type, the huge explosion of energy and plasma is around 10,000 times bigger than the largest solar flare ever recorded from our own Sun.

The discovery is detailed in a paper for the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society and reveals how this huge 'tantrum' could even perturb the material orbiting a star which would create the building blocks for future planets.
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Old 12-26-18, 08:18 AM
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Strange things are out beyond Pluto!

https://www.popularmechanics.com/spa...ange-readings/


NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is probably best known for the high resolution photos of Pluto that it took back in 2015. But on January 1, New Horizons will fly past an object even more distant than Pluto called Ultima Thule.

And this object is acting oddly:

Small asteroids like Ultima Thule aren’t perfectly round, which means how much of their surface is facing the Sun changes as they rotate. This means that over the days and weeks that New Horizons has been watching Ultima Thule, it should see the asteroid get periodically brighter and dimmer. This information can tell scientists about Ultima Thule’s size, shape, and speed of rotation.

But Ultima Thule isn’t changing its brightness at all. New Horizons has been watching Ultima Thule for three months and hasn’t spotted any brightness change, which is really odd. Ultima Thule is definitely not spherical—astronomers determined that a year ago—so why doesn’t its brightness change?


Alien force field?
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Old 12-29-18, 02:13 AM
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Martian Mix-Tape: NASA's InSight Lander Releases the First Recordings Ever Made on Mars

https://www.outerplaces.com/science/...er-sounds-mars

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Old 12-29-18, 02:14 AM
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"Here are 10 of the most dynamic and intelligent robots ever built."

(And #1 on the list is Mars-related!)

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Virgin Galactic In Space For The First Time

"Richard Branson's letter to his grandchildren after SpaceShipTwo made it to space for the first time."

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Old 12-30-18, 09:06 AM
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I think I've seen this movie before:

https://www.express.co.uk/news/scien...ens-mysterious


The mysterious space sounds were picked up by an antenna which lies beneath the Earth's geomagnetic field lines. The scientific research team at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) recorded their bizarre sound signals during an attempt to detect signals from lightning activity and space storms. Scientists at the Halley Research Station have sought to explain the mysterious sounds as geomagnetic storms.
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Old 12-30-18, 09:07 AM
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"Here are 10 of the most dynamic and intelligent robots ever built."

(And #1 on the list is Mars-related!)

If we can figure out how to put our minds into these things imagine the off earth environments we could colonize!
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Old 01-02-19, 05:25 PM
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Here's some more on the Ultima Thule flyby:

https://apnews.com/52d17627726846dd8f234b6fa2715b48

As an aside doesn't "Ultima Thule" sound like the name of a Marvel's comic book movie bad guy?

And here's some more on this historic mission:

https://spacenews.com/new-horizons-c...-ultima-thule/


If you ask me it looks like a giant peanut.
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Old 01-04-19, 02:14 PM
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Our Universe Could Be An Expanding Bubble in an Extra Dimension

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Like a bit of froth on the crest of an ocean wave, our observable universe may be nothing more than a sliver sitting within the edge of a bubble that's constantly expanding into a higher dimension.

While this mind-boggling idea might sound like something out of a physicist's fever dream, it is in fact a new endeavor to reconcile the mathematics of string theory with the reality of dark energy, a mysterious, all-pervading cosmic force that acts in opposition to gravity.

String theory is an attempt to unite the two pillars of 20th century physics — quantum mechanics and gravity — by positing that all particles are one-dimensional strings whose vibrations determine properties such as mass and charge. The theory has been described as mathematically beautiful, and for a long time has been one of the leading contenders for what scientists call a Theory of Everything, meaning a framework to explain all physics, popularized in books like Brian Greene's The Elegant Universe (Norton, 1999)
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Old 01-06-19, 09:03 AM
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Articles like this one always blow me away. The concepts are mind bending.

But I can't help but wonder that for all their mathematical sophistication are these ideas really any more accurate then the ideas that went through the minds of hunter gatherers as they stared up at the sky at night trying to figure out what the hell the lights were?
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Old 01-06-19, 09:06 AM
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It's about time! I'm not sure NASA is doing anything more important then this:

https://www.space.com/42853-dart-ast...sion-2022.html


Humans are preparing to punch the solar system — but in self-defense, not anger.

It's all part of a NASA mission in development called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART. Unlike most spacecraft the agency has launched to date, DART isn't about gathering scientific data and learning more about how the universe works. Instead, it's NASA's first planetary-defense mission.
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Old 01-06-19, 12:57 PM
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It's about time! I'm not sure NASA is doing anything more important then this:

https://www.space.com/42853-dart-ast...sion-2022.html


Humans are preparing to punch the solar system — but in self-defense, not anger.

It's all part of a NASA mission in development called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART. Unlike most spacecraft the agency has launched to date, DART isn't about gathering scientific data and learning more about how the universe works. Instead, it's NASA's first planetary-defense mission.
That was quick! Remember discussing the possibility of this becoming a reality before (Posts #1115 and #1116):

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Maybe this was a case of poor alien targeting?

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/...tary-base.html

A meteor hit the earth and exploded with 2.1 kilotons of force last month, but the US Air Force has made no mention of the event.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory confirmed an object of unspecified size travelling at 24.4 kilometres per second struck earth in Greenland, just 43 kilometres north of an early missile warning Thule Air Base on the 25th of July, 2018.


As an aside I wonder what the military procedures are for something like this? I hope we're not on a hair trigger alert over on of our bases getting wiped out.

Again this is further proof that the most important infrastructure project humanity can engage in from a precautionary principle standpoint is NOT fighting climate change but deploying an asteroid/meteor detection and deflection system in orbit.
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Somebody must have been sleeping on the job:

https://www.nasa.gov/planetarydefense/overview

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NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) is managed in the Planetary Science Division of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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The PDCO relies on data from projects supported by NASA’s Near-Earth Object (NEO) Observations Program. The PDCO also coordinates NEO observation efforts conducted at ground-based observatories sponsored by the National Science Foundation and space situational awareness facilities of the United States Air Force. In addition to finding, tracking, and characterizing potentially hazardous objects (PHOs), NASA’s planetary defense goals include developing techniques for deflecting or redirecting PHOs, if possible, that are determined to be on an impact course with Earth. In the event that deflection or redirection is not possible, the PDCO is responsible for providing expert input to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for emergency response operations should a PHO be on an impact course or actually impact the Earth.
NASA's colleagues at the Planetary Society have produced a special series of videos within their Random Space Fact series to educate the public on planetary defense. This one talks about potential deflection methods:

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Old 01-09-19, 12:07 PM
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I think I've seen this movie before and it doesn't end well for us!

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/s...-a8717976.html


Microbes stuck in the International Space Station are adapting to survive in the harsh environment of space, scientists say.

A new study sheds light on how the bacteria floating above Earth is changing as a result of its difficult environment.

And it found it is not mutating into especially dangerous or antibiotic-resistant superbugs that humans could not kill. Instead, it is just changing to deal with the difficulties of floating above Earth, they said.
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Old 01-09-19, 05:15 PM
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I think I've seen this movie before and it doesn't end well for us!

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/s...-a8717976.html


Microbes stuck in the International Space Station are adapting to survive in the harsh environment of space, scientists say.

A new study sheds light on how the bacteria floating above Earth is changing as a result of its difficult environment.

And it found it is not mutating into especially dangerous or antibiotic-resistant superbugs that humans could not kill. Instead, it is just changing to deal with the difficulties of floating above Earth,
they said.

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Old 01-09-19, 06:21 PM
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Astronomers Just Detected a Mysterious Repeating Cosmic Radio Burst—Again

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Canadian scientists have detected 13 new fast radio bursts, those mysterious, split-second, high-energy pulses that reach us from unknown origins billions of light-years away. Intriguingly, one of these newly documented bursts is a repeater, becoming just the second-known repeating fast radio burst among the 60 documented so far.

First detected in 2002, fast radio bursts (FRBs) continue to mystify astronomers, who have struggled to understand the sources of these powerful emissions. FRBs last for just a few milliseconds, and their unpredictable displays make observations notoriously difficult. Incredibly, these radio waves originate from distant galaxies, traveling at high energies through the cosmos for literally billions of years. Popular explanations for FRBs include rapidly spinning neutron stars with strong magnetic fields (known as magnetars), mergers of highly dense objects, collapsed stars, supermassive black holes, and—much more speculatively—extraterrestrial civilizations.
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Old 01-10-19, 08:26 PM
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Astronomers Just Detected a Mysterious Repeating Cosmic Radio Burst—Again



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https://gizmodo.com/astronomers-just...mic-1831605803
Here's some additional info on this newly detected radio burst:

https://www.popularmechanics.com/spa...radio-mystery/
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Old 01-12-19, 09:39 AM
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A couple of more reasons for making the effort to learn how to deflect asteroids approaching earth:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/trevorn.../#588ecf046ae5

Dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago when a massive asteroid slammed into Earth nearby modern-day Cancun. The asteroid triggered an unimaginable mile-high tsunami that swept across Earth's oceans.

Now that's a BIG wave!

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/wei...netary-defence

NASA has said there is a slim chance the asteroid could make impact with Earth on September 25, 2135.

If it did, it is estimated that the energy unleashed during impact would be equivalent to 1,200 megatons – 80,000 times that released by the Hiroshima bomb.


Okay so most of us will be dead & buried long before this rock hits the earth and the chances of it hitting the earth are slim, BUT, it's the rocks we don't see heading our way that worry me.
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Watch China Land on the Moon's Far Side in This Awesome Video!

https://www.space.com/42986-china-fa...ing-video.html

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A spectacular new video gives a lander's-eye view of the first-ever touchdown on the moon's mysterious far side.
The nearly 3-minute video was captured by China's Chang'e 4 mission, which landed inside the 115-mile-wide (185 kilometers) Von Kármán Crater on the night of Jan. 2.

The black-and-white footage begins with a nice view of the battered lunar landscape set against the blackness of space. About 1 minute in, the camera pivots downward. Dozens of small craters on Von Kármán's floor come into sharper view as the spacecraft makes its way toward the surface.

Then, Chang'e 4 pauses its descent briefly, probably sussing out the safest place to touch down. Satisfied, the spacecraft heads groundward again. We see a flurry of dust kicked up by Chang'e 4's descent engines, and then it's all over — the historic landing is in the books.
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'Starman' Aboard: Hot Wheels Toy Features SpaceX Spacesuited Driver

https://www.space.com/42985-starman-...x-new-toy.html

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There's a Starman waiting in the sky, and now in stores, too.

Mattel has released a new Hot Wheels toy model of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster that launched atop SpaceX's first Falcon Heavy rocket nearly one year ago. The 1:64 scale toy features a miniature "Starman" driver, distinguishing it from Mattel's earlier versions of the same electric sports car and more closely matching it to both the Roadster that is now out beyond the orbit of Mars and the Hot Wheels toy of the same that is mounted to the space vehicle's dashboard.
My kid's been talking about getting this for awhile:

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Old 01-13-19, 01:08 PM
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Mark your calendars for next Sunday!

Blood Moon 2019: A Great Total Lunar Eclipse Is Coming Soon!

https://www.space.com/42976-blood-mo...ming-soon.html

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More than three years have passed since most of North America saw a good total lunar eclipse. So be sure to put a big circle on your calendar for Sunday, Jan. 20.

The viewing circumstances for the eclipse of the full moon that evening will be as good as they can get for much of the United States and Canada. The eastern side of the continent has the best view, but the spectacle of the moon completely immersed in Earth's shadow will be readily visible from coast to coast. The duration of totality will be longer than normal, too: It will last 1 hour and 2 minutes.

Moreover, coming as it does in early evening, the eclipse should arouse wide interest among the millions of people who can see it during normal waking hours.
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Old 01-13-19, 03:08 PM
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Watch China Land on the Moon's Far Side in This Awesome Video!

https://www.space.com/42986-china-fa...ing-video.html



Spectacular video! The part where it pauses as they pick a landing spot is very cool.
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Watch China Land on the Moon's Far Side in This Awesome Video!

https://www.space.com/42986-china-fa...ing-video.html



Cool video, but I was watching "Ancient Aliens" the other night and they said there are artificial structures on the far side of the moon that were clearly built by aliens...you know, the usual monoliths, obelisks, circular buildings, walls, pyramids, landing & launch sites...probably even a crop circle or two. Where are they? No sign of them in the video. What is the Chinese government hiding?
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Old 01-14-19, 12:34 AM
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Cool video, but I was watching "Ancient Aliens" the other night and they said there are artificial structures on the far side of the moon that were clearly built by aliens...you know, the usual monoliths, obelisks, circular buildings, walls, pyramids, landing & launch sites...probably even a crop circle or two. Where are they? No sign of them in the video.
Maybe the same thing happened as did when we landed on the moon in ’69:

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