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Archive | Science

A Seven Year Mission To Asteroid Bennu and Back

An Atlas V rocket successfully delivers NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft to orbit. Last month a large Atlas V rocket blasted off from Launch Complex 41 in at Cape Canaveral, Florida carrying the OSIRIX-REx spacecraft. This robotic spacecraft will attempt to land on Asteroid Bennu and return some of its soil to Earth. Asteroid 101955 Bennu orbits […]

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Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts on September 25, 2016

Mexico’s Colima volcano increased its activity on Friday, forcing the evacuation of several nearby communities. The Volcán de Colima, also known as Volcán de Fuego, has a highest elevation of 12,533 feet with a prominence of 2,000 feet. The most recent volcanic eruption of Volcán de Colima occurred on Sunday, September 25, 2016, sending a […]

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Earthquake with Epicenter Near Pawnee, Oklahoma Shakes 7 States

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck near Pawnee, Oklahoma, and rattled through at least six surrounding states in the US heartland, according to the US Geological Survey. A 5.6 magnitude ties the strongest earthquake in history for Oklahoma. 3.7 million people felt some type light shaking in 7 states. The depth of the earthquake was unusually […]

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Summer Solstice Cardinal Sings on the First Evening of Summer 2016 During Rise of the Strawberry Moon

Cardinal singing on the first evening of summer — marking the summer solstice. The summer solstice is the first day of the year with the longest daylight — a day that falls on June 20, 21. In 2016 the summer solstice officially arrives at 5:34 p.m. CDT on Monday, June 20. Actually, June 21 is […]

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Time-Lapse View of Earth with Red Airglow from the International Space Station

Bright swaths of red in the upper atmosphere, known as airglow, can be seen in this video captured by the International Space Station. Bright swaths of red in the upper atmosphere, known as airglow, can be seen in this video captured by the International Space Station. NASA’s ICON mission, with a planned launch for the […]

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Volcanic Ash from Aleutian Islands Pavlof Volcano Presents Danger to Airplanes

Get a look inside the USGS Alaska Volcano Observatory where researchers are keeping track of “explosive volcanoes” in the region. The U.S. Geological Survey reported that the Pavlof Volcano, located about 600 miles southwest of Anchorage, erupted Sunday at 4:18 p.m. local time (8:18 p.m. ET). The agency reported the eruption also led to tremors […]

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NASA Releases More Than 8,400 Apollo Moon Mission Photos on Flickr

NASA released more than 8,400 Apollo moon mission photos after re-scanning negatives of high-resolution shots by Apollo astronauts using Hasselblad medium format cameras. The “Project Apollo Archive” has just uploaded more than 8,400 astonishing, high-resolution images to Flickr from the NASA moon missions and from training operations on Earth. The collection includes original scans from […]

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Super Slow Motion-High FPS Camera: the Taser Strike Video of a Man in Slow Motion

“The Slow Mo Guys” give us an up close look at a Taser impacting human skin in super slow motion. The Slow Mo Guys recently captured video of the discharge of an X26 Model Taser with a v2511 camera. An extremely high-speed HD camera that shoots 28,500 frames per second shows barbs and confetti launching […]

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Airborne Launch Assist Space Access: Emergency Backup Satellites Launched into Space from an F-15E

DARPA is trying to launch satellites using airplanes in order to reduce the cost and time needed to get them in the air. CNN’s Thom Patterson reports. Airborne Launch Assist Space Access (ALASA) is a United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) projected in planning and testing phases designed to produce a rocket capable […]

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Pluto Photos Taken by the New Horizons Spacecraft During the First Mission to the Kuiper Belt

Using photos taken from the New Horizons spacecraft, NASA has created a virtual “flyby” of Pluto’s surface. NASA on Tuesday morning released one of the first images of Pluto as its New Horizons spacecraft makes its closest approach to our far-flung celestial cousin. New Horizons is the first mission to the Kuiper Belt, a gigantic […]

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SpaceX Unmanned Rocket Explodes Shortly After Takeoff from Complex 40 Cape Canaveral, Florida

An unmanned SpaceX rocket carrying supplies and the first-of-its-kind docking port to the International Space Station broke apart Sunday shortly after liftoff. Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX), the American aerospace manufacturer and space transport service company lost a rocket and supply vehicle at about 10:27 a.m. ET Sunday morning. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying […]

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Deep Sea Creatures Caught on Camera in Okeanos Explorer Program

NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer uses remote operated vehicles to capture imagery of deep sea wildlife. NOAA ship Okeanos exploring creatures near Puerto Rico. Some creatures don’t have names yet. Dumbo Octopus Chaunax Bathysaurus Ctenophore Sea Cucumber NOAAS Okeanos Explorer is a converted United States Navy ship (formerly USNS Capable (T-AGOS-16)), that is now an exploratory […]

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