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Archive for January 4th, 2021

SpaceX targets bold new ‘catch’ strategy for landing Super Heavy rockets

January 4th, 2021 by

SpaceX wants to bring Super Heavy, the giant first stage of the two-stage Starship system, down directly on the launch stand shortly after liftoff.

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‘ISS Experience’ puts viewers aboard the space station in 3D 360-degree VR

January 4th, 2021 by

You could be the next crew member on the International Space Station with the VR app “Space Explorers: The ISS Experience.”

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What color is the sun?

January 4th, 2021 by

You probably learned this at school.

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Planetary protection needs more than just NASA, White House plan says

January 4th, 2021 by

The White House has laid out a plan for overhauling the federal government’s planetary-protection rules, which work to prevent contamination between Earth and other potentially habitable worlds.

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Did a holographic phase transition in the early universe release gravitational waves?

January 4th, 2021 by

A team of physicists recently used a string-theory technique to reveal that we’re on the cusp of detecting phase transitions in the early universe through their gravitational wave signature.

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Earth’s atmosphere is full of microbes. Could they help us find life on other worlds?

January 4th, 2021 by

If you’re feeling lonely, take solace in remembering that there are countless tiny living things floating tens of thousands of feet above your head.

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