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Japan's Hayabusa 2 mission will remind an asteroid this week

The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 is ready to touch the asteroid Ryugu and should do so later this week. On Monday morning, Japanese officials confirmed that the spacecraft will attempt to land at. 6 EST Thursday, February 21, . The spacecraft has been in orbit around Ryugu since June 2018. When it reaches the surface, it will begin its main …

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Artificial intelligence – and jokes – will keep future Mars crew sane – GeekWire

A crew touches down on the Red Planet in "Mars," a National Geographic miniseries that delves into the dynamics of future Mars crews. (Credit: National Geographic Channels) WASHINGTON, D.C. – When the first human explorers head for Mars, they are likely to have a non-human judging performance and tweaking their interpersonal relationships when necessary. [NASA] and outside researchers are already …

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Watch: Video demonstrates the fine line between space tool and space weapon – NEWSREP

Watch: Video demonstrates the fine line between space tool and space weapon NEWSREP Watch a Satellite Fire a Harpoon in Space in Wild Debris-Catching Test (Video) Space.com Experimental satellite successfully uses harpoon to skewer space junk New Atlas British Satellite Tests its Space Junk Harpoon Universe Today This space harpoon might finally be the answer to all the junk floating …

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NASA wants to return to the moon as early as this year

NASA has big plans to return to the moon, but private companies will do a lot of work. (Credit: NASA) In November, NASA dropped nine private space companies that will be allowed to bid on upcoming projects. Yesterday, they elaborated on what these projects would be under an industrial forum. Beginning this year, NASA hopes to send commercial landings to …

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China sprouts the first life ever made on the Moon's surface

China has solidified itself in the human history books for being the first country to ever grow any biological life on the Moon's surface. China recently launched their space mission called "Chang'e 4", the mission's goal was to land successfully on the side of the moon to gather intelligence and perform tests that have never been done before. 'Chang'e 4' …

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NASA search & # 39; wild & # 39; to become astronauts

NASA seeks "jokers" to become astronauts to keep morale high on long journeys to Mars Future astronauts will be sought after with a good sense of humor This jovial approach to interplanetary travel will help keep crew morale high Manning missions to Mars will put astronauts in a limited space for years By Colin Fernandez Science Correspondent For The Daily …

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