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Archive for September 8th, 2022

NASA’s asteroid-slamming spacecraft catches 1st look at target (photo)

September 8th, 2022 by

Using its DRACO camera, DART has imaged the asteroid Didymos and its moonlet Dimorphos.

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See the conjunction of the moon and Saturn on Thursday (Sept. 8)

September 8th, 2022 by

Every month the moon pairs up with Saturn and in September this conjunction will be seen in the evening time, visible with the naked eye.

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US Postal Service releases James Webb Space Telescope stamp, collectibles

September 8th, 2022 by

The world’s largest and most powerful space telescope is now for sale at your local U.S. post office. A postage stamp depicting the James Webb Space Telescope has been released by the USPS.

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Lunar mining and moon land claims fall into a gray area of international law, but negotiations are underway to avoid conflict and damage to spacecraft

September 8th, 2022 by

It’s been 50 years since humans last visited the moon, and even robotic missions have been few and far between. But the Earth’s only natural satellite is about to get crowded.

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Scientists create coldest matter in the universe in a lab

September 8th, 2022 by

Scientists are making the coldest matter in the universe, chilling below the temperature of deep space and just above absolute zero.

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What are bosons?

September 8th, 2022 by

Bosons are at the heart of interactions between matter, carry the universe’s fundamental forces, and help the constituents of matter stick together.

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Discovery of alien world with strange, tilted orbit puzzles astronomers

September 8th, 2022 by

The 3D modeling of a planet’s orbit around a star in a binary star system is raising new questions about how both gas giant planets and binary stars form.

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Sky-Watcher Explorer 130 EQ2 telescope review

September 8th, 2022 by

A Newtonian reflector that is versatile, affordable and optically impressive with an equatorial mount to view solar system objects, double stars and deep sky targets.

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