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A rare blue moon will light up the sky on Halloween 

 

Spooky season is almost upon us -- and this year it will be a little bit spookier.

The night sky on Halloween will be illuminated by a blue moon, the second full moon in a month. The relatively rare occurrence happens once every two and a half years on average, according to NASA's National Space Science Data Center.
Every month has a full moon, but because the lunar cycle and the calendar year aren't perfectly synched, about every three years we wind up with two in the same calendar month.

A rare blue moon will light up the sky on Halloween

Tags: Environment, Halloween, Moon, Science, Space

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20-Sep-2020


NASA wants companies to go dig up the moon and hand it over 

 

NASA wants samples of moon dirt for its lunar base plans and wants companies to compete on getting them and handing them over.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Thursday the agency was opening up a solicitation to commercial companies to propose how they would collect such lunar regolith, provide images and locations of it to NASA and eventually deliver it to the agency.

NASA wants companies to go dig up the moon and hand it over

Tags: $, Discovery, Exploration, Science, Space, Study, Travel

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13-Sep-2020


WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH DARK MATTER? OBSERVATIONS SHOW WE'RE MISSING SOMETHING. 

 

New results gathered from observations of galaxy clusters with Hubble and the Very Large Telescope have shown that the Universe — and this is a consistently irritating property of it — isn't performing as our physics thinks it should.

In this case the focus is on dark matter. When you look at all the matter in the Universe, what we think of as "normal" matter — stuff made up of electrons, neutrons, protons, and so on — is in the distinct minority. Only about one-sixth of all matter is normal; the rest is dark matter.

WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH DARK MATTER? OBSERVATIONS SHOW WE'RE MISSING SOMETHING.

The dead haven't moved on to a planet yet. Dark matter looks like embryos. 11-Sep-2020

Tags: Dark Matter, Discovery, Environment, Evolution, Exploration, Science, Space

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11-Sep-2020


Iconic observatory seen in James Bond film goes dark after massive telescope found mysteriously broken 

 

A massive radio telescope made famous as the backdrop for a pivotal scene in James Bond film "GoldenEye" and other Hollywood hits was found suddenly out of commission after cables mysteriously snapped and smashed into the facility's main dish.

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is home to one of the world's largest radio telescopes, acting as a giant ear to the universe. Located in the middle of a forest, the telescope listens for radio signals from other galaxies and has contributed to numerous breakthroughs in astronomy.

Aside from tracking asteroids that could endanger the planet, the telescope played a major role in the "SETI" program — the search for intelligent life. It was notably used by astronomer Carl Sagan to send an interstellar message.

Earlier this week, the facility was forced to close down after a cable supporting a metal platform above the telescope fell, tearing a 100-foot gash in its giant reflector dish.

Iconic observatory

Tags: Damage, Space, Tech

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15-Aug-2020