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apnews.comNASA astronaut describes close call following failed launchCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing knew he needed to stay calm. Air Force Col. Nick Hague on Tuesday described the closest call of his career: His space capsule violently ripped from his damaged rocket shortly after liftoff, then with lights flashing and alarms sounding, plunged steeply back to Earth with punishing force.
kkdiariez.comUsing Gamma Rays, Scientists Map Out 21 New ConstellationsThe Godzilla constellation in the gamma-ray sky — a new set of constellations based off of gamma-ray emissions observed with NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. (Credit: NASA) Gamma-Ray Sky For countless years, humans have gazed up at the sky and made sense of the stars by finding shapes in them — constellations of heroes, animals,1
mudabure.comRover team confident Curiosity will bounce back from glitchNASA's Mars rover Curiosity snapped this self-portrait on June 15, 2018, during a growing dust storm. (NASA/JPL-Caltech) It's still unclear exactly what's ailing NASA's Curiosity Mars rover, but mission team members are optimistic they can get the six-wheeled robot up and running again. Since last Saturday night (Sept. 15), Curiosity has had trouble beaming home to Earth certain science and engineering data stored in its memory. Curiosity has stood down from all science operations while the mission team investigates the problem. The issue is related to the rover's internal file system. Something is preventing the rover from accessing the locations where the affected5
thenextweb.comNASA wants to send humans to Venus – here's why that's a brilliant ideaPopular science fiction of the early 20th century depicted Venus as some kind of wonderland of pleasantly warm temperatures, forests, swamps and even dinosaurs. In 1950, the Hayden Planetarium at the American Natural History Museum were soliciting reservations for the first space tourism mission, well before the modern era of Blue Origins, SpaceX and Virgin …
gizmodo.comCuriosity Rover Is Back to Limited Science Operations on Mars, NASA SaysNASA has had quite a bit on its plate recently between its Hubble Space Telescope entering safe mode, the prolonged silence from its Opportunity rover, and a technical issue with its Curiosity rover on Mars. But one bright spot appears to be the return of some science operations by Curiosity following a memory anomaly last month. While it’s not totally back up to full operations, Curiosity will be able to transmit data to its team while they work on its recovery.
forbes.comChina's 'Fake Moons' Could Make Light Pollution Almost Fifty Times Worse, Warns AstronomerOver 750 moon-gazing events are planned for Saturday's NASA-promoted 'International Observe The Moon Night'. Meanwhile, the city of Chengdu in China has revealed plans to launch an 'artificial moon' to replace streetlights. Could it work?