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SpaceX's Starship engine breaks Russian record amid extraordinary test series

Spacex CEO Elon Musk says the company's Raptor engine, meant to power Starship and Super Heavy, has surpassed a rocketry record by Russian scientists and engineers for more than two decades. Known as combustion chamber pressure, Raptor has reportedly Raptor reaches the equivalent of one Tesla Model 3 balanced on every square inch of Raptor's combustion chamber, the hardware directly …

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Bubbles of brand new stars | Space

<! – ->              EarthSky lunar calendars are cool! They make great gifts. Order now A star-forming region of the Large Magellanic Cloud glows in striking colors in this image captured by ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT). The region, known as LHA 120-N 180B – N180 B for short – is a type of nebula known as an H II …

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Ultima Thule is still strange

The farthest object our species has ever visited, a space rock called 2014 MU69, is less snow-white than researchers who had previously thought. NASA flew its New Horizons probe at the rock called Ultima Thule and is located 4 billion miles from Earth on New Year's Day. New horizons flew within 2100 miles of MU69, which drove at a speed …

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70 babies found inside North Saanich Shark – Saanich News

About 70 baby sharks were removed this week from the carcass of the bluntnose six yellow shark washed ashore at Coles Bay in North Saanich. In front of a curious crowd of onlookers, the autopsy, known as a necropsy, was Performed by scientists from the University of Victoria's Baum and Juanes laboratories. This will show the mother was eating in …

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A Young Island on Earth May Reveal Clues to How Water Shaped Mars

Four years ago, an underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific, creating a new island. And NASA took notice The island's evolution could hold clues to how water might have similar features on Mars billions of years ago, NASA officials believed, so the land . in the island was eroding, but the story they customs was limited. NASA could wring …

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Kepler's final photos and how to view raw data

The first and last images captured by the NASA-JPL space telescope Kepler are shown side by side. This craft was launched back on March 7, 2009, and the planned mission duration was 3.5 years. A full 9 years, 7 months and 23 days later, it still worked. Now the excitement is over and the final data has come in. This …

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One of the world's newest islands has a mystery

(newser) – An underwater volcano buried a landmass near Tonga four years ago, and NASA researchers who visited the new island for the first time got a surprise. The South Pacific Island, informally called Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haapai, has "very sticky" clay mud, says researcher Dan Slayback in a NASA blog post about the October visit. "I'm still a little bit …

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Kepler's last image reveals a galaxy full of possibilities

NASA's Kepler Space Telescope can be retired, but the discoveries continue to rack up this historic planet-hunting mission. Kepler called in the new year with several new planet discoveries, including a previously overlooked planet of an exceptional size, as well as a super earth and a Saturn-sized world that orbits a sun-like star. Meanwhile, the Kepler mission has released its …

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