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Blood moon hit by meteorite during rare moon eclipse

If you witness a "super-blood wolf month" was not enough of a rare astronomical display, some eagle observers caught a meteoroid hitting the lunar orb during the eclipse. The event, which saw the Moon transform a marked shadow of red, was the result of a supermoon combined with a lunar eclipse. Several telescopic feeds captured the influence of January 21, …

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ArianeGroup and PTScientists to study lunar land mission for ESA

WASHINGTON – The European Space Agency has awarded a contract to a group that includes Europe's largest launch services provider and a Google Lunar X Prize competitor to study a mission for mission to my lunar regolith. ArianeGroup announced Jan. 21 that it has received a one-year contract from ESA to study a lunar lander mission proposal that would launch …

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Saturn's day length revised: 10 hours 33 minutes and 38 seconds Planetary Science, Space Exploration

NASA's Cassini spacecraft observed Saturn's ring system in unprecedented detail, and a team of planetary scientists from the University of California Santa Cruz and NASA's Ames Research Center have now used these observations to revise the gas giant's rotation period. According to their calculations, the length of one day on Saturn is 10 hours 33 minutes and 38 seconds – …

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Beat AM: STEM Kids kills the humanities, Howard Schultz can run in 2020, Super Wolf Blood Moon – Beat

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Satellites saw rapid Greenland ice loss

Image copyright NASA Image caption Greenland viewed from the International Space Station                  Greenland has gone through an "unprecedented" period of loss within the last two decades. The Grace satellites revealed a four-fold increase in mass being lost from Greenland's ice sheet from 2003-2013. The study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that was subsequently stalled for …

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Inside the first SPACE HOTEL that could open in two years

Inside the first SPACE HOTEL that could open in two years, where guests can pay a hefty $ 10MILLION for the chance to drive in the Earth's circuit and see 16 sunrises a day Aurora Station will launch in 2021 with the guests welcome at 2022 Interior publications of the room hotel was released Thursday Guests will be able to …

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Greenland ice melting faster than previously though, study finds

The findings could have dire implications for the planet's low lying islands and coastal cities. Eight of Earth's 10 largest cities in the world are near coasts, and 40% to 50% of the planet's population live in areas vulnerable to rising seas. Michael Bevis, a professor of geodynamics at The Ohio State University and the lead author of the study, …

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