Study: Planet Orbiting Nearest Star Could be Habitable
A rocky extrasolar planet with a mass similar to Earth’s was recently detected around Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to our sun. This planet, called Proxima b, is in an orbit that woul...
Curiosity Mars Rover Checks Odd-looking Iron Meteorite
Laser-zapping of a globular, golf-ball-size object on Mars by NASA's Curiosity rover confirms that it is an iron-nickel meteorite fallen from the Red Planet's sky. Iron-nickel meteorites ...
NASA Space Telescopes Pinpoint Elusive Brown Dwarf
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, NASA's Spitzer and Swift space telescopes joined forces to observe a microlensing event, when a distant star brightens due to the gravitational field of...
NASA Microthrusters Achieve Success on ESA's LISA Pathfinder
A next-generation technology demonstration mission has just passed a big milestone. The Space Technology 7 Disturbance Reduction System (ST7-DRS) is a system of thrusters, advanced avioni...
Arianespace doubles its Galileo delivery capacity with Ariane 5
Ariane 5’s first flight at the service of Galileo doubled Arianespace’s ability to orbit satellites for the European navigation system, while also marking the heavy-lift launcher’s 75 ...
First Signs of Weird Quantum Property of Empty Space?
VLT observations of neutron star may confirm 80-year-old prediction about the vacuum. By studying the light emitted from an extraordinarily dense and strongly magnetised neutron star usin...
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0November 30, 2016
VLT observations of neutron star may confirm 80-year-old prediction about the vacuum. By studying the light emitted from an extraordinarily dense and strongly magnetised neutron star using ESO’s Very Large Telescope, astronomers may have found the first observational indications of a strange qu
0November 17, 2016
Ariane 5’s first flight at the service of Galileo doubled Arianespace’s ability to orbit satellites for the European navigation system, while also marking the heavy-lift launcher’s 75 consecutive success. With a precise on-time liftoff this morning from the Spaceport in French Guiana, the
0November 16, 2016
A next-generation technology demonstration mission has just passed a big milestone. The Space Technology 7 Disturbance Reduction System (ST7-DRS) is a system of thrusters, advanced avionics and software managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California. It has been flying on the E
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