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NASA: oxygen is being created and used on Mars and they don’t know why – TweakTown

NASA: oxygen is being created and used on Mars and they don’t know why...

NASA has admitted that it is "struggling to explain" why oxygen is being created, and then consumed on Mars. The US space agency has been left scratching their collective heads since.The reason behind this is that NASA's own Curiosity rover that is chilling on the Red Planet has returned some rather interesting data back to…
In damning report, watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between NASA and Boeing – The Washington Post

In damning report, watchdog paints troubling picture of relationship between NASA and Boeing –...

A report released Thursday by NASA’s inspector general paints a damning picture of the space agency’s relationship with Boeing, one of its top contractors, saying NASA “overpaid” Boeing by hundreds of millions of dollars in what the report deemed “unnecessary” payments for a “firm-fixed-price” contract.NASA agreed to pay the company an additional $287.2 million as…
NASA asteroid alert: A colossal rock the size of Sears Tower is rapidly approaching Earth – Express.co.uk

NASA asteroid alert: A colossal rock the size of Sears Tower is rapidly approaching...

With every passing second, the “potentially hazardous asteroid” or PHA is shortening its distance from Earth. According to NASA’s asteroid tracking systems, the object dubbed 2006 SF6 is locked-in on a “close approach” trajectory. The space rock will approach Earth minutes after midnight on Tuesday, November 21.The prospect is terrifying as the astroid is potentially…
Tubulane Inspired Ultrahard Polymers Are Full of Holes, but Stop Bullets Better Than Solid Materials – SciTechDaily

Tubulane Inspired Ultrahard Polymers Are Full of Holes, but Stop Bullets Better Than Solid...

Tubulane-like polymer structures created at Rice University were better able to handle the impact of a bullet than the polymer reference cube at bottom right. The bullet stopped in approximately the second layer of the tubulane structures, with no significant structural damage observed beyond that layer. Bullets fired at the same speed sent cracks through…
It’s Time for Hayabusa-2 to Come Home – Universe Today

It’s Time for Hayabusa-2 to Come Home – Universe Today

It was another solo live QA this week and I did my best to answer as many audience questions as I could do, closing in on 60 questions during the hour. Needless to say it was a wide-ranging conversation with questions about where I think rovers should go, what do I think about time travel,…
NASA Research: Astronauts Are Getting Clots, Bizarre Blood Flow – Futurism

NASA Research: Astronauts Are Getting Clots, Bizarre Blood Flow – Futurism

18 hours ago__Victor Tangermann__Filed Under: NeoscopeAccording to a shocking report by NASA scientists, blood flow can stop and even reverse in the upper bodies of astronauts.The study could have some major implications about prolonged trips through deep space, as we’re still trying to nail down the exact effects of spending long periods in microgravity.The study…
Kelly Clarkson Just Called 2 NASA Astronauts in Space. Here’s What They Said (Video) – Space.com

Kelly Clarkson Just Called 2 NASA Astronauts in Space. Here’s What They Said (Video)...

Home News Spaceflight NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch chatted with singer and talk-show host Kelly Clarkson from the International Space Station today (Nov. 14), discussing everything from spacewalking to self-care and even moonwalking.Before beginning the chat, which happened on Clarkson's talk show, the "American Idol" winner  exclaimed, "Look how cute they are; they're…
These vivid peacock clouds were created by violent galactic interactions – CNN

These vivid peacock clouds were created by violent galactic interactions – CNN

These vivid peacock clouds were created by violent galactic interactions - CNN
China completes lander test for first Mars mission in 2020 – msnNOW

China completes lander test for first Mars mission in 2020 – msnNOW

HUAILAI, China (Reuters) - China on Thursday successfully completed a crucial landing test in northern Hebei province ahead of a historic unmanned exploration mission to Mars next year. A lander for China's Mars mission is seen after a hovering-and-obstacle avoidance test at a test facility in Huailai, Hebei province, China November 14, 2019. Picture taken…
Resolving the Enigma of Graphene Bending – “Everyone Disagreed, They Were Actually All Correct” – SciTechDaily

Resolving the Enigma of Graphene Bending – “Everyone Disagreed, They Were Actually All Correct”...

Illustration of a bend in bilayer graphene. Credit: Blanka Janicek, Pinshane Huang Lab New research by engineers at the University of Illinois combines atomic-scale experimentation with computer modeling to determine how much energy it takes to bend multilayer graphene – a question that has eluded scientists since graphene was first isolated. The findings are reported…
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