Italian Space Agency releases LICIACube images of DART crash

The italian space agency has released images of the collision captured by its LICIACube a few minutes after the collision. Images will be crucial in helping scientists understand the structure and composition of Dimorphos. The aim of NASA’s mission is to test whether a “kinetic transfer” method of asteroid mitigation can be a viable strategy.
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2 days ago

Viral: Twitter blasts Elon Musk, SpaceX for trolling NASA on DART Mission success

Elon Musk's twitter account became viral when he posted a photo connected to NASA's DART mission. He's slapping comedian Chris Rock on the face during the 94th Academy Awards, except that Smith's face has been replaced by the NASA emblem.
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2 days ago

NASA spacecraft to collide with asteroid for first time: What will happen?

The double-asteroid redirection test (DART) mission is set to clash with an asteroid on Monday, 26 September. The spacecraft will crash into the moon head-on. It will accelerate to 13,421 miles per hour (21,600 kilometers per hour)
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6 days ago

After NASA asteroid collision, Hera will probe 'crime scene'

Asteroid moonlet Dimorphos is 11 million kilometres (6.8 million miles) away and poses no threat to Earth. The mission is a test run in case the world might need to deflect an asteroid from heading our way. Scientists are excited to see a new world, but also to explore an object.
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6 days ago

On September 26, NASA's DART Mission to collide with an asteroid

The double asteroid redirection test (DART) mission is nearing the end of its life. It will travel at a speed of 24,000 kilometres per hour as it collides with the Didymos binary asteroid system. The spacecraft has travelled along a celestial path under Jupiter’s supervision.
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6 days ago

NASA's DART Crash: How to Watch Live as Spacecraft Collides With Asteroid - CNET

The double asteroid redirection test probe has its sights firmly locked on the asteroid. It will careen into Dimorphos at about 14,000 miles per hour. The mission is designed to prove that a deep space collision can alter the orbit of a space rock.
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1 weeks ago

Russia Set to Launch Next ISS Crew With NASA Astronaut On Board

Astronauts Sergey Prokopyev and dmitri Petelin are launching on board a soyuz crew ship. They will spend six months on the orbiting space station. The event will be streamed live by NASA.
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1 weeks ago

Here's What Happens When You Ask the Internet to Name a Uranus Mission - CNET

A twitter account called Ice Giant Missions advocates for probes to visit Uranus and Neptune. The tweet came with a nice graphic featuring a NASA meatball logo in the corner.
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2 weeks ago

NASA high-tech spacesuits from Axiom Space for Artemis mission for walking on Moon

The research organisation has selected Axiom Space for the first artemis moonwalking spacesuits. The award is for a task order to develop a next generation artemis spacesuit and supporting systems. A future task order will be competed for recurring spacesuit services.
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2 weeks ago

Hazelwood's ‘Love on the Brain’ combines science and romance

"Love on the Brain" follows a neuroscientist who has just been offered a dream career opportunity: working for NASA on a special mission. The characters in the book have more to offer than their brains or their... Well, you know.
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2 weeks ago

NASA’s new space computer to be powered by custom RISC-V processor

RISC-V is a free, open source instruction set architecture (ISA) built around the same power-efficient design principles as Arm’s proprietary cores. The ISA is expected to offer 100x the performance of the BAE RAD750, the CPU used by NASA in previous missions.
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3 weeks ago

Oklahoma news anchor experiences 'beginnings of a stroke' on live TV - The Washington Post

Tv journalist stumbled over her words and appeared confused as she announced a local event connected to a now-delayed NASA rocket launch to the moon. The next day, she said doctors believe she had experienced the “beginnings of a stroke”.
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3 weeks ago

NASA: Humanity's envoys: After Voyager 2, its faster twin Voyager 1 completes 45 years in space

Voyager 1 was launched in 1977 on a Titan IIIE-Centaur rocket. The probes are powered by radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs) they generate electricity using the heat produced by the decay of plutonium. It is expected to cross the Oort cloud in the next few hundred years.
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3 weeks ago

Hear Images From NASA's James Webb Telescope Turned Into Haunting Music - CNET

Sonifications turn images and data into audio experiences. Music taps into our emotional centers, says physics professor at the university of Toronto. "the cosmic Cliffs of the Carina Nebula" takes on an eerie sound.
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3 weeks ago

Hackers exploit NASA's famous deep space image to attack computers

Newly-discovered hacking campaign is exploiting an image from the James Webb Telescope to infect targets with malware. In July, the image produced the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date, known as the 'First Deep Field'
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3 weeks ago

NASA Says It’s a ‘Go’ for Launch of Artemis Moon Rocket on Sept

NASA is proceeding with its schedule to launch the Artemis I moon rocket on Sept. 3 at 2:17 p.m. Florida time. The weather is expected to be favorable, with a 60% chance that conditions will permit the launch. The Artemis I mission will be the first major flight in NASA's ambitious plan to return to the moon.
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3 weeks ago

NASA Artemis I Moon rocket launch Live Updates: NASA Artemis 1 relaunch on September 3, timings, livestream

NASA is set to make its second attempt to launch Artemis I rocket on September 3, 2022 at 2:17pm Florida time. The launch will be the second attempt at the mission, after the initial launch attempt on August 29 had to be called off due to technical issues including a problem with one of the rocket’s four main engines. Weather is expected to be favourable, with a 60 per cent chance that conditions with permit the launch to go through.
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4 weeks ago

NASA says it’s a ‘Go’ for launch of Artemis moon rocket on September 3

NASA is proceeding with its schedule to launch the artemis I moon rocket on September 3 at 2:17 pm Florida time. The mission will be the first major flight in NASA’s ambitious plan to return to the moon, including sending the first woman and the first person of color to the lunar surface as early as 2025.
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4 weeks ago

NASA orders five more astronaut missions from Elon Musk’s SpaceX in $1.4 billion deal

SpaceX awarded each company six crew missions, but ordered three more in early 2022. This takes the company's total contracted missions for its Crew Dragon astronaut capsule to 14. The award allows NASA to maintain an uninterrupted U.S. Capability for human access to the space station until 2030.
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4 weeks ago

NASA and China Want to Land on the Same Areas on the Moon

Artemis 3 aims to land a man and a woman on the moon by late 2025. The spacecraft may contain water ice in its shadowed regions. It could be a major resource for future space exploration.
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4 weeks ago