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How to find the two big meteor doors tonight

The summer of amazement continues this week when not one but two meteor showers will reach their peak, providing much-needed entertainment at night for those willing to head to the skies. Both are annual occurrences, but the ones they rarely lack are what make up the spectacle. The Delta Aquariids meteor shower is called so-called because its meteors appear to …

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Watch live: SpaceX Dragon Crew returns to Earth from the ISS on August 2nd

The Dragon Crew SpaceX became the first spacecraft, developed by spacecraft, to enter the International Space Station in May. This weekend, the ship and its astronauts are set to return to Earth. Their flight involves a rapid and rapid decline through our atmosphere. Watch the trip live on NASA TV below. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. SpaceX …

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New understanding of CRISPR-Cas9 tool can improve gene editing

3D structure of a basic editor, consisting of the Cas9 protein (white and gray), which binds to a complementary DNA target (sun and blue helix) of the RNA guide (purple), and deaminase proteins (red) and pink), which turn off one nucleotide for another. Credit: Image of UC Berkeley by Gavin Knott and Audrone Lapinaite Within just eight years, CRISPR-Cas9 has …

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Space Agency Leaders Send Congratulations on Mars Perseverance – NASA

Space Agency executives Send Congratulations on Mars NASA’s insistence NASA: Marshi rover insist on ‘safe mode’ after launch, but must regain Space.com Nasa Mars rover: Perseverance kicks off the Florida BBC News Florida Gov. Joins Airspace Discussion Near Cape Canaava After FirstCoastNews.com Morning Launch WTLV-WJXX Top 10 world news today: Hong Kong bans pro-democracy activists from polls, NASA rover on …

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DragonX Crew Dragon Demo-2: How to watch NASA astronauts return to Earth

Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley joined the Dragon Crew squad before starting on May 27th. SpaceX SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 mission so far has been navigating well for NASA Commercial crew program. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley had one successful launch and trip to the International Space Station in late May. Now they are ready to turn down …

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Astrophysicists observe long-theorized quantum phenomena

The planetary nebula NGC 2440 the central star, HD62166, is probably the well-known hot white dwarf star still discovered. White dwarfs exhibit strange quantum phenomena: As they gain mass, they decrease in size. Credit: PIXABAY At the heart of every white dwarf star – the dense stellar object that remains after a star has burned up its fuel reserve as …

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Starship SN5 completes engine test – short low-altitude flight test to follow ‘soon’ says Elon Musk – TechCrunch

Sixth full-scale test prototype of SpaceX Starship has successfully completed a key static fire test of its Raptor engines, according to SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk . The so-called prototype Starship ‘SN5’ is now ready to pass a short test flight of 150 meters (almost 500 meters), which would mark farther than one of these test spacecraft has done …

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The moons of the solar system in relation to the Earth video

Most of the moons that orbit the planets of our solar system represent the tremendous variety of celestial bodies that inhabit this tiny corner of the universe. The satellites that call this cosmic neighborhood home come in all repetitions, from elongated, serrated and bumpy, to smooth, multi-bluish marble and pocket-marked. It is difficult to wrap one’s head around such variations …

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