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April 25, 2015
EXO WORLDS
First exoplanet visible light spectrum
Munich, Germany (SPX) Apr 24, 2015
The exoplanet 51 Pegasi b [1] lies some 50 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Pegasus. It was discovered in 1995 and will forever be remembered as the first confirmed exoplanet to be found orbiting an ordinary star like the Sun [2]. It is also regarded as the archetypal hot Jupiter - a class of planets now known to be relatively commonplace, which are similar in size and mass to Jupiter, but orbit much closer to their parent stars. Since that landmark discovery, more than 1900 exoplan ... read more
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DRAGON SPACE

Xinhua Insight: How China joins space club?
Yu Jun aimed his telescope at a bright star in the night sky. A moment later, a dim light passed across it, along the very path foreign astronomy websites had forecast. "Dongfanghong-1," Yu Ju ... more
VENUSIAN HEAT

Can sound help us detect 'earthquakes' on Venus
Detecting an "earthquake" on Venus would seem to be an impossible task. The planet's surface is a hostile zone of crushing pressure and scorching temperatures--about 874 degrees F, hot enough to mel ... more
LAUNCH PAD

Ariane 5 reaches the launch zone for next heavy-lift mission
Arianespace has delivered another Ariane 5 to the launch zone at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana, positioning this workhorse heavy-lift vehicle for tomorrow's flight with a pair of telecommunica ... more
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LAUNCH PAD

Arianespace Flight VA222: THOR 7 and SICRAL 2 - launch delayed
Ariane 5 has been authorized for its April 24 liftoff from the Spaceport in French Guiana, with the go-ahead for this upcoming mission - which will orbit the THOR 7 and SICRAL 2 telecommunications s ... more


LAUNCH PAD

Sentinel-2A arrives for Ariane Vega mission
The latest in Europe's series of Sentinel Earth observation satellites landed at French Guiana earlier this week in preparation for its orbiting on an Arianespace Vega vehicle during June, while bui ... more
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ROCKET SCIENCE

NASA 3-D Prints First Full-Scale Copper Rocket Engine Part
When you think of copper, the penny in your pocket may come to mind; but NASA engineers are trying to save taxpayers millions of pennies by 3-D printing the first full-scale, copper rocket engine pa ... more
ROCKET SCIENCE

Cameras at SLS Booster Test to provide critical data for first flight
Dozens of cameras were rolling when the powerful, five-segment booster for NASA's new rocket, the Space Launch System, fired up March 11 for a major ground test. Behind the scenes that day, a differ ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Iran, world powers seek to finalise nuclear deal

New safety system for unmanned aerial systems in U.S.

Malaysia urges Beijing's cooperation in South China Sea

X-47B unmanned aerial system demos in-flight refueling

Japan ministers go to Yasukuni hours after China talks

New deadly strikes in Yemen despite rebel demands

Northrop helps stabilize Raytheon optical targeting systems

WATER WORLD

Soil Moisture Mission Produces First Global Maps
With its antenna now spinning at full speed, NASA's new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory has successfully re-tested its science instruments and generated its first global maps, a key ... more
SPACE TRAVEL

Space law is no longer beyond this world
Space may be the "final frontier" but the legal ramifications of what happens in space are now very much a reality - and they've also become the subject of teaching and research at the University of ... more
WATER WORLD

Clyde Space and UNC to produce game-changing ocean monitoring tech
Clyde Space is collaborating with an American university and a team of leading US-based scientists to develop a "game-changer" in vital new technology to study ocean biology. The Glasgow compa ... more
Army Network Modernization 2015 - Washington DC June 23-25
TIME AND SPACE

Pulsing light may indicate supermassive black hole merger
As two galaxies enter the final stages of merging, scientists have theorized that the galaxies' supermassive black holes will form a "binary," or two black holes in such close orbit they are gravita ... more
TIME AND SPACE

"Comb" detects terahertz waves with extreme precision
Light can come in many frequencies, only a small fraction of which can be seen by humans. Between the invisible low-frequency radio waves used by cell phones and the high frequencies associated with ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Thousands evacuated as Chile volcano roars back to life

Oceans worth $24 trillion, but sea change needed to save them says WWF

Scientists urge moratorium after Chinese 'edit' human embryos

Humans' ancestors had tentacles

To predict disease researchers ask if plant neighbors are relatives

Large heads, narrow pelvises and difficult childbirth in humans

Flameproof falcons and hawks

WATER WORLD

Exploding stars help to understand thunderclouds on Earth
How is lightning initiated in thunderclouds? This is difficult to answer - how do you measure electric fields inside large, dangerously charged clouds? It was discovered, more or less by coincidence ... more
TECH SPACE

Russian Mission Control Adjusts ISS Orbit to Avoid Space Junk
Russia's space agency Roscosmos adjusted the orbit of the International Space Station (ISS) due to a threat of collision with fragments of a former spacecraft, a spokesperson for the Roscosmos Missi ... more
TIME AND SPACE

ICARUS neutrino experiment to move to Fermilab
A group of scientists led by Nobel laureate Carlo Rubbia will transport the world's largest liquid-argon neutrino detector across the Atlantic Ocean to its new home at the U.S. Department of Energy' ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Black hole hunters tackle a cosmic conundrum
Dartmouth astrophysicists and their colleagues have not only proven that a supermassive black hole exists in a place where it isn't supposed to be, but in doing so have opened a new door to what thi ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Quantum model reveals surface structure of water
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK's National Measurement Institute in collaboration with IBM and the University of Edinburgh, has used a new quantum model to reveal the molecular struct ... more
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TIME AND SPACE

A cold cosmic mystery solved
In 2004, astronomers examining a map of the radiation leftover from the Big Bang (the cosmic microwave background, or CMB) discovered the Cold Spot, a larger-than-expected unusually cold area of the ... more
TIME AND SPACE

ALMA reveals intense magnetic field close to supermassive black hole
Supermassive black holes, often with masses billions of times that of the Sun, are located at the heart of almost all galaxies in the Universe. These black holes can accrete huge amounts of matter i ... more
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  • TECH SPACE

    New 'space trash' laser may tidy up Earth's orbit

    IRON AND ICE

    Millimetre-sized stones formed our planet

    IRON AND ICE

    Design begins for ESA's Asteroid Impact Mission

    SKY NIGHTLY

    IAU Launches Cosmic Light programme

    STELLAR CHEMISTRY

    Astronomers probe inner region of young star and its planets

    UAV NEWS

    NASA Testing an Ultra-Lightweight Cartoonish Drone

    MARSDAILY

    UAE opens space center to oversee mission to Mars

    MOON DAILY

    Japan to land first unmanned spacecraft on moon in 2018

    JOVIAN DREAMS

    NASA Scientists Identify Missing Wave near Jupiter's Equator

    STATION NEWS

    Liquid crystal bubbles experiment arrives at International Space Station

    Russia, US to go ahead with International Space Station

    Italy's presence in space

    SpaceX: We Know Why Our Rocket Crashed

    Russia Planning Manned Flight Around Moon in 2025

    Political Tensions Between Russia, US Irrelevant Aboard ISS

    Test missile crashes on launch in northern Russia

    Can we find an ancient Earth-like planet with a dying biosphere?

    Viruses Help Microbial Hosts Cope with Life at the Extremes

    "Venus Zone" Narrows Search for Habitable Planets

    MIT physicists develop new tabletop particle detector

    Navy's Triton drone flies with new radar system

    Vampire squid discovery shows how little we know of the deep sea

    Oldest fossils controversy resolved

    Uranium isotopes carry the fingerprint of ancient bacterial activity

    Cobalt film a clean-fuel find

    Engineer improves rechargeable batteries with MoS2 nano 'sandwich'

    Beyond the lithium ion -- a significant step toward a better performing battery

    Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future

    Technique could slash energy used to produce many plastics

    Iran, world powers seek to finalise nuclear deal

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