Month: December 2022

NOAA satellite captures earth mosaic with beautiful panoramic view

NOAA satellite captures earth mosaic with beautiful panoramic view

NOAA satellite captures earth mosaic with beautiful panoramic view NOAA deploys new hurricane technology NOAA is tracking Hurricane Fiona by drone as it moves through the Caribbean. In partnership with NOAA, Saildrone Inc. seven ocean drones to collect data on hurricanes during the 2022 hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released the …

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Juno spacecraft regains memory after breathtaking Jupiter flyby, says NASA

Juno spacecraft regains memory after breathtaking Jupiter flyby, says NASA

Juno spacecraft regains memory after breathtaking Jupiter flyby, says NASA NASA’s Juno probe is continuing to recover its memory on Jupiter after a data outage interrupted communications between the spacecraft and its operators on Earth following a flyby of the giant planet in December. The Juno spacecraft‘s last flyby of Jupiterthe planet’s 47th close pass, …

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New measurements of the rotation of galaxies point to altered gravity as an explanation for dark matter

New measurements of the rotation of galaxies point to altered gravity as an explanation for dark matter

New measurements of the rotation of galaxies point to altered gravity as an explanation for dark matter Credit: ESA Although dark matter is a central part of the standard cosmological model, it is not without problems. There are still nagging mysteries about the stuff, not least the fact that scientists haven’t found any direct particle …

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See the best photos of the 2022 International Space Station in this NASA video

See the best photos of the 2022 International Space Station in this NASA video

See the best photos of the 2022 International Space Station in this NASA video NASA has released a stunning series of images celebrating 2022 aboard the International Space Station. In 2022 the International Space Station (ISS) marked its 24th year in orbit at an altitude of about 400 kilometers (250 mi) above Earth’s surface. The …

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Earth looks beautiful in full view of the NOAA-21 satellite | photos

Earth looks beautiful in full view of the NOAA-21 satellite | photos This global mosaic is the first complete image of Earth captured by the VIIRS instrument on NOAA’s new NOAA-21 imaging satellite, which launched in November 2022. It shows the Earth between December 5 and 6, 2022. (Image credit: NOAA STAR VIIRS Imagery Team) …

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SpaceX closes out 2022 with a record-breaking 61st Falcon 9 launch

SpaceX closes out 2022 with a record-breaking 61st Falcon 9 launch

SpaceX closes out 2022 with a record-breaking 61st Falcon 9 launch SpaceX closed a record year with the launch of a $186 million Israeli satellite imaging satellite on Friday, the California rocket maker’s 61st and final Falcon 9 launch in 2022 and its seventh this month, both modern records. Since the rocket’s debut in 2010, …

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What the Voyager probes should see next: Oort cloud, other stars

What the Voyager probes should see next: Oort cloud, other stars

What the Voyager probes should see next: Oort cloud, other stars Voyagers 1 and 2 explore the mysterious region between stars called interstellar space. NASA launched the double probes in 1977 for a five-year mission to traverse the solar system. According to the space agency, it would take Voyager 1 40,000 years to reach another …

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