Another Strange Discovery From LHC That Nobody Understands

“Enhanced strangeness production” surprises experimenters at LHC’s ALICE experiment.
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Lull in Mars’ giant impact history

From the earliest days of our solar system’s history, collisions between astronomical objects have shaped the planets and changed the course of their evolution. Studying the early bombardment history of Mars, scientists have discovered a 400-million-year lull in large impacts early in Martian history. …

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NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets US Space Endurance Record, Speaks to President Trump

NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson set the endurance record for time in space by a U.S, astronaut today, Monday, April 24, during her current stint of living and working aboard the International Space Station (ISS) along with her multinational crew of five astronauts and cosmonauts.
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Messier 40 – the Winnecke 4 Double Star

Located in the direction of the Ursa Major constellation is Messier 40 (Winnecke 4), an optical double star that looks like a double star system.
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What is the Average Surface Temperature of Mercury?

Because of its extremely eccentric orbit, slow rotation, and lack of an atmosphere, Mercury experiences extreme variations in surface temperature.
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Into The Submillimeter: The Early Universe’s Formation

A new study of distant, early galaxies helps us understand the early days of our Universe.
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NASA’s Cassini, Voyager missions suggest new picture of Sun’s interaction with galaxy

New data from three NASA missions show that the heliosphere — the bubble of the Sun’s magnetic influence that surrounds the inner solar system — may be much more compact and rounded than previously thought. …

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Join Fraser and Friends for a COSMOS Marathon on Monday

Join Fraser and a panel of space friends for a marathon of COSMOS on Monday at 12:00pm PST. We’ll watch 13 episodes, back to back, answer questions, update the science, and try not to go insane.
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Team Creates Negative Effective Mass In The Lab

A research team from WSU has created, for the first time under laboratory conditions, a fluid that behaves as if it has a negative mass.
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SS John Glenn Stellar Space Station Launch – Photo/Video Gallery

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – This week’s blastoff of the ‘SS John Glenn’ Cygnus cargo freighter atop an Atlas V rocket on a critical mission delivering over 7000 pounds of science and gear to the International Space Station (ISS) yielded stellar imagery from all around the Florida Space Coast.
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SS John Glenn Arrives at Space Station with Science and Supplies

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – The SS John Glenn commercial Cygnus resupply vessel arrived at the International Space Station early this morning, April 22, carrying nearly four tons of science and supplies crammed inside for the five person multinational Expedition 51 crew.
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