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        October 02, 2020
        MOON DAILY
        NASA needs new funding by February for 2024 moon landing, administrator says



        Washington DC (UPI) Sep 30, 2020
        Congress must approve more funding for NASA's Artemis moon program in the next few months if a 2024 landing is to occur, agency administrator Jim Bridenstine testified Wednesday. "If we get to February of 2021 without an appropriation, that's going to really put the brakes on our ability to achieve a moon landing by as early as 2024," Bridenstine told members of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation committee in Washington, D.C. The space agency seeks more than $7 billion for A ... read more

        ROCKET SCIENCE
        SpaceX aborts Starlink satellite launch attempt
        Washington DC (UPI) Oct 01, 2020
        SpaceX aborted the launch of 60 Starlink communications satellites from Florida 18 seconds before liftoff on Thursday morning due to a problem detected by a sensor. ... more
        ROCKET SCIENCE
        Six-month mission will test limits of SpaceX Dragon, astronauts say
        Washington DC (UPI) Sep 30, 2020
        Four astronauts who plan to travel into space Oct. 31 say the six-month mission will test the limits of SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft. ... more
        ROCKET SCIENCE
        NASA awards launch services contract for IMAP mission
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        NASA has selected Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) of Hawthorne, California, to provide launch services for the agency's Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP) mission, which incl ... more
        ROCKET SCIENCE
        Rocket Factory Augsburg signs agreement with Andoya Space for maiden flight
        Augsburg, Germany (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        Rocket Factory Augsburg AG (RFA), a participation of space technology company OHB SE, will be establishing a launch site for a micro launcher together with Norwegian company Andoya Space. The two pa ... more
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        AgniKul Cosmos partners with Alaska Aerospace to launch from the Pacific Spaceport Complex
        Kodiak Island AK (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        Alaska Aerospace Corporation and India-based AgniKul Cosmos are pleased to announce they have signed a memorandum of agreement to test launch the Agnibaan launch vehicle from the Pacific Spaceport C ... more
        MARSDAILY
        NASA's New Mars Rover Is Ready for Space Lasers
        Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 29, 2020
        When the Apollo astronauts landed on the Moon, they brought devices with them called retroreflectors, which are essentially small arrays of mirrors. The plan was for scientists on Earth to aim laser ... more
        MOON DAILY
        Japan aiming to send hopping spacecraft fuelled by lunar water to Moon
        Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 30, 2020
        The project for a top-notch station, Gateway, is a would-be collaboration with the US, and has already driven the Japanese space agency to apply for hefty government funding - around $2.7 billion ye ... more
        IRON AND ICE
        GMV to carry out the development phase of the GNC system to guide the HERA mission
        Madrid, Spain (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        On 15 September, the European Space Agency (ESA) signed with the German company OHB the 129.4-million euro contract covering the detailed design, manufacturing, and testing of the HERA mission. This ... more
        MARSDAILY
        ExoMars moves on
        Turin, Italy (ESA) Sep 30, 2020
        Last Sunday night a long, heavy truck hit the road escorted from Italy with a precious cargo. While most of the citizens in Turin prepared to enjoy their dinner, several modules of the ExoMars space ... more
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        TECH SPACE
        The most sensitive optical receivers yet for space communications
        Gothenburg, Sweden (SPX) Oct 01, 2020
        Communications in space demand the most sensitive receivers possible for maximum reach, while also requiring high bit-rate operations. A novel concept for laser-beam based communications, using an a ... more
        DRAGON SPACE
        Eighteen new astronauts chosen for China's space station mission
        Beijing (XNA) Oct 01, 2020
        The third batch of Chinese astronauts has been selected for the nation's coming space station mission, the China Manned Space Agency said on Thursday morning. The 18 new astronauts - 17 men an ... more
        EARTH OBSERVATION
        First AI image from space with HyperScout
        Warmond, Netherlands (SPX) Sep 29, 2020
        For the first time in history an image was processed in space using artificial intelligence. The image was processed by the tailored artificial intelligence hardware of HyperScout 2, a miniaturized ... more
        EARTH OBSERVATION
        First group of Gaofen pictures are clearest ever
        Beijing (XNA) Sep 30, 2020
        The first batch of pictures taken by China's best optical Earth-observation satellite for civil use was published on Tuesday, becoming the clearest photos ever created by a Chinese civilian satellit ... more
        ENERGY TECH
        KIST develops ambient vibration energy harvester with automatic resonance tuning mechanism
        Yeongi-gun, South Korea (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        Korean researchers have developed an energy harvester that can generate electric power from ambient vibrations with diverse frequencies through a novel automatic resonance tuning mechanism. It was r ... more


        Scientists present a comprehensive physics basis for a new fusion reactor design

        TECH SPACE
        Connecting optical observations to chemical changes
        Houston TX (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        Imagine that you could determine the structural health of spacecraft materials simply by observing their color. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology will use the International Space St ... more
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        CARBON WORLDS
        New Insights into the Origin of Diamonds in Meteorites
        Houston TX (SPX) Sep 29, 2020
        Scientists have offered new insights into the origin of diamonds in ureilites (a group of stony meteorites). These diamonds most likely formed by rapid shock transformation from graphite (the common ... more
        MARSDAILY
        The topography of the Jezero crater landing site of NASA's Mars 2020 mission
        Berlin, Germany (SPX) Oct 01, 2020
        NASA's 2020 Mars mission has been en route to the Red Planet for two months now. The Perseverance rover on board the spacecraft is set to land in Jezero crater on 18 February 2021. There, the rover, ... more
        VENUSIAN HEAT
        Venus Might Be Habitable Today, If Not for Jupiter
        Riverside CA (SPX) Oct 01, 2020
        Venus might not be a sweltering, waterless hellscape today, if Jupiter hadn't altered its orbit around the Sun, according to new UC Riverside research. Jupiter has a mass that is two-and-a-hal ... more
        IRON AND ICE
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        Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        A study of comet motions indicates that the solar system has a second alignment plane. Analytical investigation of the orbits of long-period comets shows that the aphelia of the comets, the point wh ... more
        EXO WORLDS
        Exoplanet hunter snares 'extreme' superhot world
        Paris (AFP) Sept 29, 2020
        A European Space Agency satellite tasked with tracking down exoplanets has made its first big catch, a world so hot that its atmosphere could melt iron, astrophysicists have reported. ... more
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        Russia reports 'non-standard' air leak on Space Station
        Moscow (AFP) Sept 29, 2020
        Russia said Tuesday that astronauts had found an air leak in its section of the International Space Station, with a senior space official calling the air loss beyond expected levels. The crew on the ISS - Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner and NASA astronaut Christopher Cassidy - have been searching for the air leak since August, first checking the US segment. Russia' ... more
        + Russia to launch two new modules to Space Station in April, September 2021
        + Astronauts close to finding source of air leak at Space Station
        + ISS Crew continues troubleshooting as tests isolate small leak
        + Trump tech war with China changes the game for US business
        + ISS moves to avoid space debris
        + Be a Space Traffic Controller
        + NASA, US Space Force establish Foundation for broad collaboration
        Rocket Factory Augsburg signs agreement with Andoya Space for maiden flight
        Augsburg, Germany (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        Rocket Factory Augsburg AG (RFA), a participation of space technology company OHB SE, will be establishing a launch site for a micro launcher together with Norwegian company Andoya Space. The two partners have now signed a letter of intent to this effect. The site is to provide launch services for small satellites from 2022. "This partnership is of key importance as it will enable RFA and ... more
        + SpaceX aborts Starlink satellite launch attempt
        + Six-month mission will test limits of SpaceX Dragon, astronauts say
        + AgniKul Cosmos partners with Alaska Aerospace to launch from the Pacific Spaceport Complex
        + NASA awards launch services contract for IMAP mission
        + United Launch Alliance scrubs spy satellite launch 2nd time this week
        + Space Force to start flying on reused SpaceX rockets
        + Gryphon Technologies wins $14M DARPA task order to support the DRACO program


        NASA's New Mars Rover Is Ready for Space Lasers
        Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 29, 2020
        When the Apollo astronauts landed on the Moon, they brought devices with them called retroreflectors, which are essentially small arrays of mirrors. The plan was for scientists on Earth to aim lasers at them and calculate the time it took for the beams to return. This provided exceptionally precise measurements of the Moon's orbit and shape, including how it changed slightly based on Earth's gra ... more
        + The topography of the Jezero crater landing site of NASA's Mars 2020 mission
        + ExoMars moves on
        + Study: Mars has four bodies of water underneath surface
        + Could life exist deep underground on Mars
        + Perseverance will use x-rays to hunt fossils
        + China's Mars probe completes second orbital correction
        + Study shows difficulty in finding evidence of life on Mars
        Eighteen new astronauts chosen for China's space station mission
        Beijing (XNA) Oct 01, 2020
        The third batch of Chinese astronauts has been selected for the nation's coming space station mission, the China Manned Space Agency said on Thursday morning. The 18 new astronauts - 17 men and one woman - are in three groups: seven will become spacecraft pilots, another seven will turn into spaceflight engineers, and the last four will be mission payload specialists, the agency said in a ... more
        + NASA chief warns Congress about Chinese space station
        + China's new carrier rocket available for public view
        + China sends nine satellites into orbit by sea launch
        + Chinese spacecraft launched mystery object into space before returning to Earth
        + China's reusable spacecraft returns to Earth after 2 days
        + Mars-bound Tianwen 1 hits milestone
        + China's Mars probe over 8m km away from Earth


        Redcliffe Partners' Ukrainian Space Regulation Review
        Kyiv, Ukraine (SPX) Sep 24, 2020
        Over the past decade, the aerospace industry has evolved from a race by countries for kudos into an accelerator of economic and scientific development, where technology travels freely between different industries and generates capital. Space technologies are now widely used in security, navigation systems, information and communication technologies, environmental protection, agriculture ... more
        + UK to launch new international space collaborations
        + Swarm announces pricing for world's lowest-cost satellite communications network
        + Machine-learning nanosats to inform global trade
        + NanoAvionics launches second satellite for Lacuna Space's growing IoT satellite constellation
        + SpaceX postpones Starlink launch as thick clouds persist
        + ESA brings space industry together online
        + UK's OneWeb resumes satellite production after bankruptcy
        How intense and dangerous is cosmic radiation on the Moon
        Berlin, Germany (SPX) Sep 29, 2020
        The Chang'e-4 lunar lander touched down on the far side of the Moon on 3 January 2019, with a German instrument for measuring space radiation on board. Since then, the Lunar Lander Neutron and Dosimetry (LND) instrument has been measuring temporally resolved cosmic radiation for the first time. Earlier devices could only record the entire 'mission dose'. In its current issue, the scientifi ... more
        + Connecting optical observations to chemical changes
        + The most sensitive optical receivers yet for space communications
        + EPC Space announces family of space level qualified power transistors
        + Satcom to foster resilient digital systems
        + AFRL repairs next generation composite materials with light
        + NOAA'S GOES-T satellite undergoes testing to simulate launch and orbit conditions
        + Chromium steel was first made in ancient Persia


        Search for New Worlds at Home with NASA's Planet Patrol Project
        Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 01, 2020
        Help NASA find exoplanets, worlds beyond our solar system, through a newly launched website called Planet Patrol. This citizen science platform allows members of the public to collaborate with professional astronomers as they sort through a stockpile of star-studded images collected by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). "Automated methods of processing TESS data sometimes ... more
        + Is there other life in the universe
        + Exoplanet hunter snares 'extreme' superhot world
        + Let them eat rocks
        + CHEOPS space telescope makes ultra-precise temperature and size measurements of an unusual giant planet
        + Evolution of radio-resistance is more complicated than previously thought
        + Water on exoplanet cloud tops could be found with hi-tech instrumentation
        + Professor verifies centuries-old conjecture about the formation of the Solar System
        SwRI study describes discovery of close binary trans-Neptunian object
        San Antonio TX (SPX) Sep 29, 2020
        A new study authored by Southwest Research In-stitute scientists Rodrigo Leiva and Marc Buie reveals the binary nature of a trans-Neptunian object (TNO). Leiva and Buie utilized data obtained by the Research and Education Collaborative Occultation Network (RECON), a citizen science research net-work dedicated to observing the outer solar system. The study was published this month in The Astrophy ... more
        + JPL meets unique challenge, delivers radar hardware for Jupiter Mission
        + Astronomers characterize Uranian moons using new imaging analysis
        + Jupiter's moons could be warming each other
        + Atomistic modelling probes the behavior of matter at the center of Jupiter
        + Technology ready to explore subsurface oceans on Ganymede
        + Large shift on Europa was last event to fracture its surface
        + The Sun May Have Started Its Life with a Binary Companion


        US-Qatar Partnership aims to find buried water in Earth's deserts
        Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 29, 2020
        Earth's driest ecosystems are a study in extremes: They can be blazingly hot stretches of sand like the Sahara Desert or shatteringly cold expanses of ice such as those in Greenland and Antarctica. These arid regions receive very little annual precipitation, and the effects of climate change in these ecosystems are poorly understood. A joint effort between NASA and the Qatar Foundation aims to a ... more
        + DARPA's PALS Program Enters Second Phase
        + Florida researchers achieve successful spawning of transplanted coral
        + French energy companies Veolia, Engie move closer to deal on Suez
        + Turkey seeks new life for submerged tourist town
        + Warming oceans more 'stable' and that's bad, scientists warn
        + Bottled water billionaire pips Jack Ma to become China's richest
        + With global warming, marine heatwaves like 'The Blob' could be commonplace
        Fourth GPS 3 Satellite Encapsulated Ahead of Launch
        Cape Canaveral FL (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        The U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center's Lockheed Martin-built GPS III Space Vehicle 04 (GPS III SV04) satellite was encapsulated within a SpaceX payload fairing at Astrotech Space Operations Florida facility on Sept. 21 in preparation for its upcoming launch on Sept. 29 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The 15-minute launch window opens at 9:55 p.m. EDT. Encap ... more
        + Government to explore new ways of delivering 'sat nav' for the UK
        + Tech combo is a real game-changer for farming
        + Launch of Russia's Glonass-K satellite postponed until October
        + GPS 3 receives operational acceptance
        + Air Force navigation technology satellite passes critical design review
        + Software upgrades for Beidou to continue
        + Beidou's eye can help spot and stop rampant illegal mining


        Japan aiming to send hopping spacecraft fuelled by lunar water to Moon
        Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 30, 2020
        The project for a top-notch station, Gateway, is a would-be collaboration with the US, and has already driven the Japanese space agency to apply for hefty government funding - around $2.7 billion yearly for the next 15 years. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has asserted it intends to engage in a lunar exploration mission beginning in the mid-2030s, making use of hydrogen fuel ... more
        + NASA needs new funding by February for 2024 moon landing, administrator says
        + Simulations give clues to atmospheric loss from Moon's origin
        + UAE sets sights on the moon
        + NASA and HeroX Seek Innovative Energy Solutions to Power Lunar Activities
        + NASA reveals new details of $28B Artemis lunar landing program
        + Experience, charisma will steer NASA's choice for first woman on moon
        + NASA publishes Artemis plan to return Americans to Moon in 2024
        GMV to carry out the development phase of the GNC system to guide the HERA mission
        Madrid, Spain (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        On 15 September, the European Space Agency (ESA) signed with the German company OHB the 129.4-million euro contract covering the detailed design, manufacturing, and testing of the HERA mission. This mission, ESA's first ever planetary defense mission, will be Europe's contribution to an international asteroid deflection effort carried out jointly with NASA and due for lift-off in October 2024. ... more
        + Second Alignment Plane of Solar System Discovered
        + NASA's OSIRIS-REx Begins its Countdown to TAG
        + US probe to touch down on asteroid Bennu on October 20
        + School bus-size asteroid to safely zoom past Earth
        + Comet Chury's ultraviolet aurora
        + Ryugu's rocky past laid bare
        + OSIRIS-REx finds possible pieces of Vesta on Bennu


        New research on how planetary forces shape the Earth's surface
        Wellington NZ (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        Have you ever wondered why the Earth's surface is separated into two distinct worlds - the oceans and large tracts of land? Why aren't land and water more mixed up, forming a landscape of lakes? And why is most of the land relatively low and close to sea level, making coastal regions vulnerable to rising seas? Our new research uncovers the fundamental forces that control the Earth's ... more
        + First group of Gaofen pictures are clearest ever
        + China sends two environmental monitoring satellites into space
        + First AI image from space with HyperScout
        + Kleos Scouting Mission launch update
        + MethaneSAT completes critical design review, moves into production phase
        + Air pollution in a post-COVID-19 world
        + USSF and NOAA begin joint operations of infrared weather satellite
        Solar Orbiter releases first data to the public
        Paris (ESA) Oct 01, 2020
        ESA has released its first Solar Orbiter data to the scientific community and the wider public. The instruments contributing to this data release come from the suite of in-situ instruments that measure the conditions surrounding the spacecraft. The instruments contributing data to the release are the Energetic Particle Detector (EPD), the Radio and Plasma Waves (RPW) instrument, and the Ma ... more
        + Can ripples on the sun help predict solar flares
        + Nanojets shine light on heating of the Solar Corona
        + Solar storm forecasts for Earth improved with help from the public
        + Citizen scientists help improve space weather forecasts
        + Solar Cycle 25 is here. NASA, NOAA scientists explain what that means
        + How scientists around the world track the Solar Cycle
        + Sunspot cycle is stabilizing, according to worldwide panel of experts


        Astrophysicist probes cosmic "dark matter detector"
        Boulder CO (SPX) Sep 30, 2020
        A University of Colorado Boulder astrophysicist is searching the light coming from a distant, and extremely powerful celestial object, for what may be the most elusive substance in the universe: dark matter. In two recent studies, Jeremy Darling, a professor in the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, has taken a deep look at PSR J1745-2900. This body is a magnetar, or a typ ... more
        + Stellar explosion in Earth's proximity
        + Scientists precisely measure total amount of matter in the universe
        + Water trapped in star dust
        + Controlling ultrastrong light-matter coupling at room temperature
        + Sounds from around the Milky Way
        + New technology is a 'science multiplier' for astronomy
        + Astronomers capture stellar winds in unprecedented detail
        Very Large Telescope finds 6 galaxies trapped in web of black hole
        Washington DC (UPI) Oct 01, 2020
        Using the Very Large Telescope, a powerful observatory in Chile, astronomers have identified six galaxies trapped in the web of a supermassive black hole when the universe was just 900 million years old. The discovery, described Thursday in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, helps explain how supermassive black holes got so big so soon after the Big Bang. "This research was ... more
        + Ecologists confirm Alan Turing's theory for Australian fairy circles
        + Radio astronomers join moon mission to explore early universe
        + Remembrance of waves past: memory imprints motion on scattered waves
        + New approach to exotic quantum matter
        + Cosmic X-rays reveal an indubitable signature of black holes
        + Why there is no speed limit in the superfluid universe
        + New calculation refines comparison of matter with antimatter
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