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NASA to Host News Conference on Asteroid Search Findings - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA to Host News Conference on Asteroid Search Findings - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
NASA will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. EDT (10 a.m. PDT) on Thurs., Sept. 29, to reveal near-Earth asteroid findings and implications for future research.
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Long stay in space has blinding effect › News in Science (ABC Science)

Long stay in space has blinding effect › News in Science (ABC Science) | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
A new study of astronauts shows long-duration stays in space could cause blurry vision.
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Hurricane Katia off the Northeastern US Coastline : Image of the Day

Hurricane Katia off the Northeastern US Coastline : Image of the Day | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Viewed from the space station, Hurricane Katia presented an impressive cloud circulation as its center passed the northeastern coast of the United States on September 9, 2011.
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Did a Our Human "Super Brain" Suddenly Appear 75,000 Years Ago? New Evidence Say "Yes"

Did a Our Human "Super Brain" Suddenly Appear 75,000 Years Ago? New Evidence Say "Yes" | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
There is mounting archaeological evidence for the evolution of a human...
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Arianespace Faces Multiyear Struggle Stacking Heavier Payloads on Ariane 5 | SpaceNews.com

Arianespace Faces Multiyear Struggle Stacking Heavier Payloads on Ariane 5 | SpaceNews.com | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Europe’s heavy-lift Ariane 5 rocket will be unable to launch any commercial missions for the next six months because of...
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Can Neutrinos Kill Their Own Grandfathers? | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine

Can Neutrinos Kill Their Own Grandfathers? | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Science | Building in part on my talk at the time conference, Scott Aaronson has a blog post about entropy and complexity that you should go read right now.
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Sapore di sale, sapore di mare.... - Spaziando

Sapore di sale, sapore di mare.... - Spaziando | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Faceva così la famosa canzone degli anni '60 cantata da Gino Paoli , che accompagnò le vacanze di un varie estati di quel decennio.
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Scienzaltro - Astronomia, Cielo, Spazio: Sopravvissuti a satelliti killer e neutrini con scarpe Nike..

Scienzaltro - Astronomia, Cielo, Spazio: Sopravvissuti a satelliti killer e neutrini con scarpe Nike.. | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Sopravvissuti a satelliti killer e neutrini con scarpe Nike..
Sopravvissuti al satellite killer che doveva distruggerci, ma per fortuna la Protezione Civile era in stato di allerta per bufala mediatica, e ai neutrini superluminali, che corrono più veloci del pensiero prendiamoci una pausa con questo bello spettacolo: un'aurora vista dallo spazio, dal Madagascar all'Australia.

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One Way Light Velocity Toward Gran Sasso

One Way Light Velocity Toward Gran Sasso | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
The people with the atom smashers, especially the ones at Opera (Oscillation Project with E-tR Apparatus) in Italy’s Gran Sasso, today announced to likely have a whopping ten nano second systematic error with some neutrino experiments that have according...
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SGU-24 Starts Soon

SGU-24 Starts Soon | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Our good friends at the Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe are about to punish themselves in a feat of skepticism that will shock and amaze mankind for generations to come. What will be seen, can never be unseen!
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NASA - NASA to Demonstrate Communications Via Laser Beam

NASA - NASA to Demonstrate Communications Via Laser Beam | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
It currently takes 90 minutes to transmit high-resolution images from Mars, but NASA would like to dramatically reduce that time to just minutes...
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ESA - Human Spaceflight and Exploration - Exploring an asteroid with the Desert RATS

ESA - Human Spaceflight and Exploration - Exploring an asteroid with the Desert RATS | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Earlier this month, European scientists linked up with astronauts roaming over the surface of an asteroid. Desert RATS, NASA’s realistic simulation of a future mission, this year included a European dimension for the first time.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

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Planet Hunters are Losing Count - News Blog - SkyandTelescope.com

Planet Hunters are Losing Count - News Blog - SkyandTelescope.com | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
The latest 500 planet candidates from the Kepler mission are just part of the story. But Terra II remains elusive.
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Is the universe expanding asymmetrically? | COSMOS magazine

Is the universe expanding asymmetrically? | COSMOS magazine | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Is the universe expanding asymmetrically?

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NASA - Sunspot 1302: It's Big. It's Bad. And It's Coming Our Way

NASA - Sunspot 1302: It's Big. It's Bad. And It's Coming Our Way | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Behemoth Sunspot 1302 has been active with flares, two X-class and three M-class flares, and it's rotating into an Earth-directed orientation.
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Neutrinos CAN Go Faster Than Light Without Violating Relativity

Neutrinos CAN Go Faster Than Light Without Violating Relativity | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Just about two days ago I warned that there will be a lot of nonsense about relativity coming out these days, and promptly there are already three articles here on Science2.0 alone that are exactly what I feared: Physicists with only basic knowledge...
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

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SpaceX is Developing a Reusable VTVL Rocket at Parabolic Arc

SpaceX is Developing a Reusable VTVL Rocket at Parabolic Arc | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Space Tourism … and Much More...
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There was a neutrino named Bright

There was a neutrino named Bright | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Who travelled faster than lightNEUTRINOS possess a seemingly endless capacity to discombobulate.
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Tethys and Dione don't seem to be active after all - The Planetary Society Blog | The Planetary Society

Tethys and Dione don't seem to be active after all - The Planetary Society Blog | The Planetary Society | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it

Tethys and Dione don't seem to be active after all

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Doomed Satellite Lands in the Feedbag : Discovery News

Doomed Satellite Lands in the Feedbag : Discovery News | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
In this week's Friday News Feedbag, I put James Williams' worries to rest about the crashing NASA satellite.
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Citizen Scientists, Kepler and Keck Uncover New Planets | W. M. Keck Observatory

Citizen Scientists, Kepler and Keck Uncover New Planets | W. M. Keck Observatory | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Astronomers at Yale University have announced the discovery of the first two potential exoplanets found by the online citizen scientist Planet Hunters program.
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