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              Per Aspera Ad Astra



              Los Angeles CA (SPX) Sep 21, 2019
              I have always known what the phrase "Per Aspera Ad Astra" meant, and in my work in the Aerospace arena, I have come to appreciate its significance. And so, any film that would attempt a title as such has to live up to my expectations and Ad Astra the movie does. Actor Brad Pitt and the cast masterfully demonstrate what a near-future voyage to the Moon, Mars and outer solar system might feel and sound like, as well as what some hypothetical political sensitivities might entail. A key ob ... read more

              MARSDAILY
              Carbon Dioxide Conversion Challenge could help human explorers live on Mars
              Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              On Earth, plants convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into carbohydrates and oxygen - food for them and oxygen for us to breathe. There aren't plants on Mars, but there is a lot of CO2. Technology that take ... more
              MARSDAILY
              Drones probe dust devils to understand Mars's atmosphere
              Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              Dust devils, small dusty whirlwinds, have been studied for decades. But, says Brian Jackson, an associate professor in the Department of Physics at Boise State University, the ability of dust devils ... more
              IRON AND ICE
              International space agencies to test-crash spacecraft into asteroid
              Paris (Sputnik) Sep 20, 2019
              In 2015, the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA announced the creation of the joint Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment (AIDA) project, which is designed to potentially deflect a space rock ... more
              MOON DAILY
              China's lunar rover discovers mysterious material on far side of Moon
              Beijing (Sputnik) Sep 20, 2019
              Yutu-2, the lunar rover for China's Chang'e-4 mission, grabbed attention last month after its drive team spotted some unusual "gel-like" material while roving close to a small crater. The Chin ... more
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              MOON DAILY
              Kentucky companies give NASA Artemis missions a boost
              Huntsville AL (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              When American astronauts set foot on the Moon's surface in 2024, men and women across Kentucky can say they helped to make it possible. NASA recognized three Kentucky businesses - Parker Hanni ... more
              EARTH OBSERVATION
              China launches new remote-sensing satellites
              Jiuquan (XNA) Sep 20, 2019
              Five new remote-sensing satellites were sent into planned orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert Thursday. The five satellites were launched by a Long ... more
              SPACE TRAVEL
              Putin briefed on results of probe into hole in Soyuz MS-09
              Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 20, 2019
              Russian President Vladimir Putin has been briefed on the results of a probe into the mysterious hole in the hull of Soyuz MS-09 spaceship, a source in the space industry told Sputnik. "The pre ... more
              MICROSAT BLITZ
              NanoRacks to make space more accessible to the world from the United Arab Emirates
              Abu Dhabi UAE (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              NanoRacks, the world's leading provider of commercial access to space, is pleased to announce that it's opening and staffing its first office in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Abu Dhabi's Hub71, ... more
              MICROSAT BLITZ
              Kleos Space wins first South American contract
              Luxembourg (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              Kleos Space S.A. (ASX: KSS, Frankfurt: KS1), a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company, is proud to inform that it has received its first South American pre-ord ... more
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              GomSpace and Leaf Space sign MoU to strengthen ground segment collaboration
              Aalborg, Danmark (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              Space, provider of ground station services, and GomSpace, manufacturer of nanosatellite solutions and operations services, will ensure that their respective solutions are fully integrated with each ... more
              SPACE TRAVEL
              Roscosmos finds causes of hole in Soyuz MS-09, but won't disclose them
              St. Petersburg (Sputnik) Sep 19, 2019
              Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos found out the causes of a "hole" in the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, but will not disclose the information, Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said. "It was in ... more
              SPACE TRAVEL
              Russia to give cosmonauts guns to fend off animals on landing
              Moscow (AFP) Sept 18, 2019
              Russia is testing a gun that returning cosmonauts could use to fend off wild animals when landing in remote areas, the head of the Russian space agency said Wednesday. ... more
              MARSDAILY
              Deadline closing for names to fly on NASA's next Mars rover
              Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 19, 2019
              It's the final boarding call for you to stow your name on NASA's Mars 2020 rover before it launches to the Red Planet. The Sept. 30 deadline for NASA's "Send Your Name to Mars" campaign gives the mi ... more
              MOON DAILY
              Audit faults NASA for failing to detect schedule delays for moon return
              Washington (Sputnik) Sep 19, 2019
              NASA's push to return humans to the Moon by 2024 is threatened by a failure to account for schedule delays and cost overruns, the General Accountability Office said in a report on Wednesday. " ... more


              AIDA collaboration highlights case for planetary defense

              SATURN DAILY
              'Snow-Cannon' Enceladus shines up Saturn's super-reflective moons
              Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Sep 19, 2019
              Radar observations of Saturn's moons, Mimas, Enceladus and Tethys, show that Enceladus is acting as a 'snow-cannon,' coating itself and its neighbours with fresh water-ice particles to make them daz ... more
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              STELLAR CHEMISTRY
              Deep dive for dark matter may aid all of data science
              Houston TX (SPX) Sep 19, 2019
              A Rice University scientist and his colleagues are booting their search for dark matter into a study they hope will enhance all of data science. Rice astroparticle physicist Christopher Tunnel ... more
              MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS
              US Air Force selects Hughes to strengthen SATCOM resilience
              Germantown MD (SPX) Sep 17, 2019
              Hughes Network Systems has been awarded a $2.2M contract funded by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), through the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC), to produce an Enterprise ... more
              ROCKET SCIENCE
              Aerojet Rocketdyne Scores Big Contracts on US ICBM, Hypersonic Missile Programs
              Washington DC (SPX) Sep 18, 2019
              Aerojet Rocketdyne has scored parts of several big contracts in the burgeoning US missile program, including developing a hypersonic missile and the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD), the next ... more
              STELLAR CHEMISTRY
              From primordial black holes new clues to dark matter
              Trieste, Italy (SPX) Sep 18, 2019
              Moving through cosmic forests and spider webs in deep space in search of answers on the origin of the Cosmos. "We have tested a scenario in which dark matter is composed by non-stellar black holes, ... more
              MISSILE DEFENSE
              Developer hints at start date for mass production of Russia's S-500 missile system
              Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 17, 2019
              Limited production of the sophisticated new air defence system, most of whose characteristics remain under wraps, was said to have begun earlier this year, but the system has not yet concluded milit ... more
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              Putin briefed on results of probe into hole in Soyuz MS-09
              Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 20, 2019
              Russian President Vladimir Putin has been briefed on the results of a probe into the mysterious hole in the hull of Soyuz MS-09 spaceship, a source in the space industry told Sputnik. "The president has been briefed on the results of the investigation," the source said. Dmitry Rogozin, the head of the state space agency Roscosmos, said Wednesday that the probe found out how the hole ... more
              + Russia to give cosmonauts guns to fend off animals on landing
              + Orion Test Article on the Move
              + Per Aspera Ad Astra
              + Innovative model created for NASA to predict vitamin levels in spaceflight food
              + Roscosmos finds causes of hole in Soyuz MS-09, but won't disclose them
              + A new journey into Earth for space exploration
              + Space Station science: learning from Luca
              Aerojet Rocketdyne Scores Big Contracts on US ICBM, Hypersonic Missile Programs
              Washington DC (SPX) Sep 18, 2019
              Aerojet Rocketdyne has scored parts of several big contracts in the burgeoning US missile program, including developing a hypersonic missile and the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD), the next generation of nuclear ballistic missiles. In the race to build the next generation of ground-based missile systems, Aerojet Rocketdyne is poised to profit bigtime from the bevy of contracts bei ... more
              + Baikonur Cosmodrome Getting Ready for Last Launch of Russian Rocket With Ukrainian Parts
              + China to launch Third Long March 5 by year end
              + Roscosmos to Build Cheap Soyuz-2M Rocket for Commercial Satellites Launch Service
              + Engine Section for NASA's SLS Rocket Moved for Final Integration
              + Fire forces Japan to cancel rocket launch to ISS
              + New salt-based propellant proven compatible in dual-mode rocket engines
              + NASA prepares for green run testing, practices lifting SLS Core Stage


              Carbon Dioxide Conversion Challenge could help human explorers live on Mars
              Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              On Earth, plants convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into carbohydrates and oxygen - food for them and oxygen for us to breathe. There aren't plants on Mars, but there is a lot of CO2. Technology that takes abundant resources, like CO2 found on the Red Planet, and turns them into useful supplies for human explorers could be key to long-term missions on Mars. Phase 2 of NASA's CO2 Conversion Chall ... more
              + 3D models of Mars to aid ESA Rover in quest for ancient life
              + Deadline closing for names to fly on NASA's next Mars rover
              + Drones probe dust devils to understand Mars's atmosphere
              + Mars 2020 Spacecraft Comes Full Circle
              + NASA Research Gives New Insight into How Much Atmosphere Mars Lost
              + 'Martian CSI' Sheds Light on How Asteroid Impacts Generated Running Water Under Red Planet
              + NASA engineers attach Mars Helicopter to Mars 2020 rover
              China's KZ-1A rocket launches two satellites
              Jiuquan, China (XNA) Sep 02, 2019
              Two satellites for technological experiments were sent into space by a Kuaizhou-1A, or KZ-1A, carrier rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China on Saturday. The rocket blasted off at 7:41 a.m. and sent the two satellites into their planned orbit. Kuaizhou-1A, meaning speedy vessel, is a low-cost solid-fuel carrier rocket with high reliability and a short prep ... more
              + China's newly launched communication satellite suffers abnormality
              + China launches first private rocket capable of carrying satellites
              + Chinese scientists say goodbye to Tiangong-2
              + China's space lab Tiangong 2 destroyed in controlled fall to earth
              + From Moon to Mars, Chinese space engineers rise to new challenges
              + China plans to deploy almost 200 AU-controlled satellites into orbit
              + Luokung and Land Space to develop control system for space and ground assets
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              Winning bootcamp ideas at Phi-week
              Paris (ESA) Sep 16, 2019
              On the sidelines of ESA's Phi-week, a five-day app-development bootcamp took place where young developers came together to solve big industry challenges using Earth observation data. The teams developed app prototypes, which were tested by a set of users. Those with the best commercial potential were awarded with prizes. This year's first prize went to PowerPatrol - whose winning idea focu ... more
              + First launch of UK's OneWeb satellites from Baikonur planned for Dec 19
              + Iridium and OneWeb to collaborate on a global satellite services offering
              + Private Chinese firms tapping international space market
              + Iridium and Thales Expand Partnership to Deliver Aircraft Connectivity Services
              + ESA re-routes satellite to avoid SpaceX collision risk
              + Cutting-edge Chinese satellite malfunctions after launch
              + ESA and GomSpace Luxembourg sign contract for continued constellation management development
              L3Harris awarded nearly $12.8M for Eglin AN/FPS-85 radar work
              Washington (UPI) Sep 19, 2019
              L3Harris Technologies has been awarded a $12.8 million in a contract for sustainment support of the Eglin AN/FPS-85 radar in the Air Force Space Command Space Surveillance Network. The contract, announced Wednesday by the Department of Defense, applies to a previously awarded contract to L3 Harris Technologies, Colorado Springs, Colorado for sustainment support of the radar. The ... more
              + US Space Module Genesis II Might Crash into Relict Russian Satellite
              + New global Space Safety Coalition established
              + Bolivia, with huge untapped reserves, gears up for soaring lithium demand
              + Spider silk, wood combination replicates material advantages of plastic
              + Shaken but not stirred: Konnect satellite completes vibration tests
              + China data centres set to consume more power than Australia: report
              + Suomi-NPP Satellite Instrument Restored After Radiation Damage


              First Water Detected on Planet in the Habitable Zone
              Garching, Germany (SPX) Sep 12, 2019
              With data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, water vapour has been detected in the atmosphere of a super-Earth within the habitable zone by University College London (UCL) researchers in a world first. K2-18b, which is eight times the mass of Earth, is now the only planet orbiting a star outside the solar system, or exoplanet, known to have both water and temperatures that could support l ... more
              + The rare molecule weighing in on the birth of planets
              + Research redefines lower limit for planet size habitability
              + Researchers mix RNA and DNA to study how life's process began billions of years ago
              + First water detected on potentially 'habitable' planet
              + Water detected on an exoplanet located in its star's habitable zone
              + How to Spin a Disk Around Young Protostars
              + Potassium Detected in an Exoplanet Atmosphere
              Huge Volcano on Jupiter's Moon Io Erupts on Regular Schedule
              Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 18, 2019
              Volcanic eruptions are difficult to predict, but observations have shown the largest and most powerful volcano on Io, a large moon of Jupiter, has been erupting on a relatively regular schedule. The volcano Loki is expected to erupt in mid-September 2019, according to a poster by Planetary Science Institute Senior Scientist Julie Rathbun presented this week. "Loki is the largest and ... more
              + Stony-iron meteoroid caused August impact flash at Jupiter
              + Storms on Jupiter are disturbing the planet's colorful belts
              + ALMA shows what's inside Jupiter's storms
              + Young Jupiter was smacked head-on by massive newborn planet
              + Mission to Jupiter's icy moon confirmed
              + Giant Impact Disrupted Jupiter's Core
              + Young Jupiter Was Smacked Head-On by Massive Newborn Planet
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              Trump repeals Obama-era waterway protections
              Washington (AFP) Sept 13, 2019
              US President Donald Trump's administration has revoked an Obama-era waterway regulation in a move condemned by conservationists but celebrated by farmers and developers. It is the latest move from the president to boost the economy, frequently at the expense of the environment, while fulfilling promises made to his base in the 2016 campaign. The waterways will be governed under a previou ... more
              + Australia, Fiji attempt to bury climate hatchet
              + Coral parents pass algae to their offspring to help cope with climate change
              + Climate signature detected in Earth's rivers
              + English Channel dolphins riddled with toxins
              + Ocean power: A green option failing to make waves
              + Illinois engineer continues to make waves in water desalination
              + U.S. Navy tests unmanned underwater vehicles in Arctic exercise
              Number of China's in-orbit BeiDou satellites reaches 39
              Shanghai (XNA) Sep 09, 2019
              China's BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), a global geolocation network, currently has 39 in-orbit satellites and is expected to be completed in 2020, authorities said Wednesday. At present, the BDS, independently constructed and operated by China, has officially provided RNSS (Radio Navigation Satellite System) services worldwide, with a total of 39 in-orbit satellites, after high- ... more
              + Second Lockheed Martin-Built Next Generation GPS III Satellite Responding to Commands, Under Self-Propulsion
              + UK seeking to enlist 'Five Eyes' for rival Galileo GPS system
              + Tiny GPS backpacks uncover the secret life of desert bats
              + Evolution of space, 2SOPS prepares for GPS Block III
              + GPS signals no longer disrupted in Israeli airspace
              + An AI technology to reveal the characteristics of animal behavior only from the trajectory
              + European Galileo satellite navigation system resumes Initial Services


              Kentucky companies give NASA Artemis missions a boost
              Huntsville AL (SPX) Sep 20, 2019
              When American astronauts set foot on the Moon's surface in 2024, men and women across Kentucky can say they helped to make it possible. NASA recognized three Kentucky businesses - Parker Hannifin Corp., American Synthetic Rubber Co., a Michelin company; and Eckart America Corp. - in Lexington and Louisville Sept. 18-19 for their continued support in supplying critical elements and tools fo ... more
              + China's lunar rover discovers mysterious material on far side of Moon
              + Audit faults NASA for failing to detect schedule delays for moon return
              + Are we prepared for a new era of field geology on the moon and beyond?
              + NASA Funds CubeSat Pathfinder Mission to Unique Lunar Orbit
              + India locates missing Moon lander
              + Ttiny satellites that will pave the way to Luna
              + China's lunar rover travels over 284 meters on moon's far side
              International space agencies to test-crash spacecraft into asteroid
              Paris (Sputnik) Sep 20, 2019
              In 2015, the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA announced the creation of the joint Asteroid Impact and Deflection Assessment (AIDA) project, which is designed to potentially deflect a space rock from impacting the Earth. Scientists are planning to launch and crash NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft into an asteroid to test whether the impact is able to deflect its ... more
              + Gemini observatory captures multicolor image of first-ever interstellar comet
              + AIDA collaboration highlights case for planetary defense
              + Newly Discovered Comet Is Likely Interstellar Visitor
              + Two Asteroids to Safely Fly by Earth
              + A burst of asteroid activity in Europe
              + Tsunami Followed Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact
              + Europe and US teaming up for asteroid deflection


              China launches new remote-sensing satellites
              Jiuquan (XNA) Sep 20, 2019
              Five new remote-sensing satellites were sent into planned orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert Thursday. The five satellites were launched by a Long March-11 carrier rocket at 2:42 p.m. (Beijing Time). The satellites belong to a commercial remote-sensing satellite constellation project "Zhuhai-1," which will comprise 34 micro-nano satellites ... more
              + Clemson physicists lead rocket missions to further explore the wonders of Earth's atmosphere
              + First Earth observation satellite with AI ready for launch
              + Suomi NPP tracks fire and smoke from two continents
              + German HALO research aircraft to investigate ozone hole, Amazon fires and gravity waves
              + Sudden warming over Antarctica to prolong Australia drought
              + Do animals control earth's oxygen level
              + Cutting edge UK led satellite will help to identify natural resources from space
              Sandia experiments at temperature of sun offer solutions to solar model problems
              Albuquerque NM (SPX) Sep 12, 2019
              Experimenting at 2.2 million degrees Celsius, physicists at Sandia National Laboratories' Z machine have found that an astronomical model - used for 40 years to predict the sun's behavior as well as the life and death of stars - underestimates the energy blockage caused by free-floating iron atoms, a major player in those processes. The blockage effect, called opacity, is an element's natu ... more
              + It's not aurora, it's STEVE
              + NASA Selects Proposals to Advance Understanding of Space Weather
              + Streaks in Aurora Found to Map Features in Earth's Radiation Environment
              + Proposals selected for small satellites to study interplanetary space
              + NASA's MMS finds first interplanetary shock
              + Parker Solar Probe completes 2 orbits of Sun
              + Magnetic plasma pulses excited by UK-size swirls in the solar atmosphere
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              Deep dive for dark matter may aid all of data science
              Houston TX (SPX) Sep 19, 2019
              A Rice University scientist and his colleagues are booting their search for dark matter into a study they hope will enhance all of data science. Rice astroparticle physicist Christopher Tunnell and his team have received a $1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to reimagine data science techniques and help push data-intensive physical sciences past the tipping point to discover ... more
              + From primordial black holes new clues to dark matter
              + VISTA unveils a new image of the Large Magellanic Cloud
              + New observations help explain the dimming of Tabby's Star
              + WVU astronomers help detect the most massive neutron star ever measured
              + Most massive neutron star ever detected, almost too massive to exist
              + The stellar nurseries of distant galaxies
              + NASA's WFIRST Will Help Uncover the Universe's Fate
              High value for Hubble Constant from two gravitational lenses
              Garching, Germany (SPX) Sep 16, 2019
              The expansion rate of the universe today is described by the so-called Hubble constant, and different techniques have come to inconsistent results about how fast our universe actually does expand. An international team led by the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (MPA) has now used two gravitational lenses as new tools to calibrate the distances to hundreds of observed supernovae and t ... more
              + Milestones on the way to the nuclear clock
              + 'Ringing' black hole validates Einstein's general relativity 10 years ahead of schedule
              + KATRIN cuts the mass estimate for the elusive neutrino in half
              + Unexpected periodic flares may shed light on black hole accretion
              + First 'Overtones' Heard in the Ringing of a Black Hole
              + Black hole at the center of our galaxy appears to be getting hungrier
              + Scientists Discover Black Hole Has Three Hot Meals a Day
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