• Watch two NASA astronauts work on ISS power system during spacewalk
Watch two NASA astronauts work on ISS power system during spacewalk

Ms McClain and Mr Hague will replace nickel-hydrogen batteries that power a section of solar arrays. The International Space Station has been in use for almost two decades. Friday's work is part of an ongoing effort to upgrade the space station's power system. NASA astronaut Kathryn Sullivan became the first USA female spacewalker later that same...

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  • Messi injured on return as Argentina lose 3-1 to Venezuela
Messi injured on return as Argentina lose 3-1 to Venezuela

As half time neared, Messi started to turn it on and had a long-distance blast well saved by Wuilker Farinez and also saw his cross to Lautaro headed over, but then the opposition caught Argentina out at the back with a quick freekick that ended up in Murillo's goal.

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  • NASA Unveils First-Ever Asteroid Plumes
NASA Unveils First-Ever Asteroid Plumes

Dante Lauretta, principal investigator of the $1 billion NASA-funded Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Useful resource Identification, Safety, Regolith Explorer mission on the College of Arizona, mentioned the invention of rock and pebble particle streams makes Bennu a "lively asteroid ", an uncommon class of small photovoltaic system objects wi...

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  • Giant meteor exploded in Earth's atmosphere in December
Giant meteor exploded in Earth's atmosphere in December

Its calculated total impact energy was 440 kilotons. Almost 800 fireball explosions have been recorded inside Earth's atmosphere since 1988 but despite its size, the December 18, 2018 example remained largely unnoticed because of its location 25.6 km above the Bering Sea , off the Kamchatka Peninsula , in Russia's far-east.

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  • How to see the last supermoon of 2019 on 21st March
How to see the last supermoon of 2019 on 21st March

Less than four hours after the onset of the new season, a stunning spring supermoon will be full in the night sky. It will be the first time in almost 40 years that the full moon has coincided so closely with the vernal equinox , according to The Old Farmer's Almanac .

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  • Autopsy reveals 40 kilos of calcifying trash in whale's stomach
Autopsy reveals 40 kilos of calcifying trash in whale's stomach

The agency and an environmental group performed a necropsy on the animal and found about 40 kilograms of plastic, including grocery bags and rice sacks. The museum will release a full list of the items found in the whale over the next couple of days. "Doing this is not just for our gain but mainly to give education and for people to realise how m...

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  • President's NASA Budget Funds Moon-Bound Space Station
President's NASA Budget Funds Moon-Bound Space Station

Could the Mars astronaut of the future be one of these girls? If satellites have been able to identify rocks and minerals that haven't even been collected yet just from orbit, who knows what we'll find when we finally put boots on the moon again .

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  • Students to join worldwide climate change protests
Students to join worldwide climate change protests

The New Jersey students have formed a coalition called the NJ Youth Climate Strike to organize its efforts. "Students around the world are calling politicians to action - we have a responsibility to listen to them and respond ", Ardern said .

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  • North East England Ready for UK Sector Deal
North East England Ready for UK Sector Deal

Market study report Titled Global " USB Audio Interfaces Market " 2019 Industry Research Report recently published on e-marketresearch.com is the key document for industries/clients to understand current global competitive market status.

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  • SpaceX capsule set to splash down Friday after space station stop
SpaceX capsule set to splash down Friday after space station stop

The capsule is expected at Port Canaveral on Saturday night. On March 2 , SpaceX launched the first test flight of its Crew Dragon spacecraft. Last week , SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft proved the private space company is capable of safely launching and carrying astronauts from Earth to the International Space Stati...

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  • First ever all-female spacewalk to take place this month
First ever all-female spacewalk to take place this month

Almost 35 years later, NASA astronauts Annie McClain and Christina Koch are all set to create history once again by conducting the first ever all-female spacewalk that NASA has scheduled for March 29th, through Expedition 59 . Koch and McClain are no strangers to each other. "It was not orchestrated to be this way; these spacewalks wer...

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  • SpaceX crew capsule departs station for Atlantic splashdown
SpaceX crew capsule departs station for Atlantic splashdown

The burn itself kicked off on time, at 12:53 UTC, shaving a critical few hundred miles an hour off the Crew Dragon's speed ahead of a splashdown, almost 50 years to the day since Apollo 9 returned to Earth. By 13:45 UTC the Crew Dragon was bobbing around in the ocean, awaiting collection by the recovery vessel "Go Searcher" stationed nearby. Sure, ...

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  • First Manned Crew Dragon Flight To ISS Set For July
First Manned Crew Dragon Flight To ISS Set For July

The Crew Dragon successfully docked with the ISS and, after a little bit of preparation, the astronauts aboard the orbiting laboratory opened the door and floated inside. Bridenstine said it's only a matter of time before astronauts are being carried into space aboard Dragons or Starliners. There was an opportunity that the Crew Dragon, which Rus...

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  • Dragon roars: SpaceX's first crew test flight goes well so far
Dragon roars: SpaceX's first crew test flight goes well so far

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket blasted its brand-new Dragon spacecraft into orbit for the first time early Saturday morning, and so far everything has gone well. The new space vehicle, carrying only cargo and a human dummy, launched Saturday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. In this image taken from NASA Television, Sunday, March 3, 2019...

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  • New Delhi is world's most polluted capital
New Delhi is world's most polluted capital

Delhi remains the most polluted capital across the world in 2018, as per a study conducted by the environment NGO Greenpeace . Along with the death toll arising with these pollution figures, there's an estimated cost of Dollars 225 billion in lost labour and trillions in medical costs.

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  • SpaceX successfully launches unmanned crew capsule into orbit
SpaceX successfully launches unmanned crew capsule into orbit

The capsule from the California company founded in 2002 by entrepreneur Elon Musk didn't include actual crew members - except for a life-size dummy named Ripley, who was named after the lead character in the " Alien " movies. The Crew Dragon includes a new emergency escape system, first tested in 2015, that's created to carry astronauts to safety...

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  • Russian Mission Control Center Briefs ISS on Crew Dragon Docking
Russian Mission Control Center Briefs ISS on Crew Dragon Docking

The test flight will last six days, and be real in every way - liftoff from Florida on Saturday, docking to the International Space Station (ISS) the following day. Ripley is similar to Starman, which blasted off past year in the driver's seat of Musk's red Tesla convertible, on a test launch of the company's bigger Falcon Heavy rocket.

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  • Wilson-Raybould warns she still can’t tell full SNC-Lavalin story
Wilson-Raybould warns she still can’t tell full SNC-Lavalin story

It has been almost three weeks since anonymous allegations first surfaced that Trudeau's office pressured Wilson-Raybould to negotiate a remediation agreement with Quebec's SNC-Lavalin, rather than pursue a criminal prosecution for corruption and bribery related to government contracts in Libya.

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  • Wilson-Raybould says she was pushed, got veiled threats on SNC-Lavalin
Wilson-Raybould says she was pushed, got veiled threats on SNC-Lavalin

A "remediation agreement", a sort of plea bargain, would have headed off a trial and removed the possibility SNC-Lavalin would be banned from federal business in Canada . She said she was told repeatedly the decision was up to her, but attempts to talk her into a remediation agreement were relentless. "Therefore, I completely disagree with the c...

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  • Dianne Feinstein’s climate change discussion with schoolchildren gets heated
Dianne Feinstein’s climate change discussion with schoolchildren gets heated

It's not just a cute stunt, in many cases, these kiddos are getting serious results . The children were with the Sunrise Movement, a climate advocacy organisation, and approached Feinstein in hopes she would support the Green New Deal, an ambitious proposal from Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that includes an overhaul of USA energy that...

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