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This Steam-Powered Hopping Robot From NASA Could Explore the Solar System’s Icy Moons

This Steam-Powered Hopping Robot From NASA Could Explore the Solar System’s Icy Moons

SPARROW, a steam-powered robotic concept, could one day take giant leaps over some of the most hazardous terrains known (and unknown) in the solar system. Steam locomotion may sound like an antiquated way to get around, but it might be getting a science fiction makeover as we expand our reach into the solar system.

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Weird: Out of Nowhere, Something Just Rocked Earth’s Magnetic Field

Weird: Out of Nowhere, Something Just Rocked Earth’s Magnetic Field

See the original article here: Weird: Out of Nowhere, Something Just Rocked Earth’s Magnetic Field A GLOBAL MAGNETIC ANOMALY: On June 23rd, Earth’s quiet magnetic field was unexpectedly disturbed by a wave of magnetism that rippled around much of the globe. There was no solar storm or geomagnetic storm to cause the disturbance. So what was it? The Sun today,

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Hubble Observes ‘Flapping’ Shadow of HBC 672’s Planet-Forming Disk

Hubble Observes ‘Flapping’ Shadow of HBC 672’s Planet-Forming Disk

See the original article here: Hubble Observes ‘Flapping’ Shadow of HBC 672’s Planet-Forming Disk Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have captured striking images of HBC 672’s unseen protoplanetary disk casting a huge shadow across a more distant cloud in a star-forming region. This Hubble image shows the Serpens Nebula, a stellar nursery about 1,300 light-years away. Within the

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Going to Mars and more with Buzz Aldrin Part 1 of 2

Going to Mars and more with Buzz Aldrin Part 1 of 2

See the original article here: Going to Mars and more with Buzz Aldrin Part 1 of 2 July 19 at Wold Trap, a Panel discussion on Mars with Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, NASA Deputy Associate Administrator for Communications Bob Jacobs, and National Symphony Orchestra conductor Emil de Cou talk about 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Moon and

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Moon Civilization & Mars Project – Corey Goode & David Wilcock 2018

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See the original article here: MOON CIVILIZATION & MARS PROJECT – Corey Goode & David Wilcock 2018. Corey Goode 2018 | MOON CIVILIZATION & MARS PROJECT PART 1 & David Wilcock 2018 #DAVIDWILCOCK#DAVIDWILCOCK2018#DAVIDWILCOCKUPDATE#STEVEGREER#DRSTEVEGREER#STEVEQUAYLE#STEVEGREER2018#STEVEGREERUPDATE#EDGARCAYCE#EDGARCAYCE2018#COREYGOODE#ARTBELL#ARTBELL2018 Dr Steven Greer 2018 : https://goo.gl/B9MqMf Corey Goode 2018: https://goo.gl/B9MqMf Subcribers For Chanel: https://goo.gl/B9MqMf Thank you so much! Divine Cosmos

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In Cloud Computing, Open Source Becomes Big Business

In Cloud Computing, Open Source Becomes Big Business

See the original article here: In Cloud Computing, Open Source Becomes Big Business In 2010, open source software, once the playpen of renegade hackers and hobbyists, had already gone mainstream. Cloud computing was newer and less defined, but already commercially available. That year, a small team of engineers at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley brought the two

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NASA UFOs: STS-75 The Tether Incident

NASA UFOs: STS-75 The Tether Incident

See the original article here: NASA UFOs: STS-75 The Tether Incident On Sunday, February 25, 1996, the Space Shuttle Columbia deployed an experimental tether into orbit. The experiment was called the Tethered Satellite System (TSS- 1R) and it’s purpose of this was to attempt to generate electricity by utilizing Earth’s magnetic field. Unfortunately the tether broke so the experiment was

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NASA’s Mars Helicopter Will Be the First Aircraft on Another Planet

NASA’s Mars Helicopter Will Be the First Aircraft on Another Planet – Here’s How It Will Reach the Red Planet’s Surface

See the original article here: NASA’s Mars Helicopter Will Be the First Aircraft on Another Planet – Here’s How It Will Reach the Red Planet’s Surface This artist concept shows the Mars Helicopter, a small, autonomous rotorcraft, which will travel with NASA’s Mars 2020 rover mission to demonstrate the viability and potential of heavier-than-air vehicles on the Red Planet. Credit:

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‘Astronaut’ Don Pettit Admits NASA Can’t Return to the Moon

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See the original article here: ‘Astronaut’ Don Pettit admits NASA can’t return to the moon. NASA Astronaut Don Pettit being interviewed, shares his thoughts on going to the moon. Pretty shocking that we no longer have the technology to go back to the moon ? The more people are awake the less power the secret has. The governments will never

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“Cosmic Lighthouses” Could Help Astronauts Navigate Space

“Cosmic Lighthouses” Could Help Astronauts Navigate Space

See the original article here: “Cosmic Lighthouses” Could Help Astronauts Navigate Space For centuries, sailors used the night sky to navigate the seas. But once humanity transitions to traveling and living in space, the equation changes. It’s why scientists on board the International Space Station are looking for a GPS alternative for deep space travel. Rather than relying on satellite

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