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        September 27, 2020
        EXO WORLDS
        Water on exoplanet cloud tops could be found with hi-tech instrumentation



        Warwick UK (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        University of Warwick astronomers have shown that water vapour can potentially be detected in the atmospheres of exoplanets by peering literally over the tops of their impenetrable clouds. By applying the technique to models based upon known exoplanets with clouds the team has demonstrated in principle that high resolution spectroscopy can be used to examine the atmospheres of exoplanets that were previously too difficult to characterise due to clouds that are too dense for sufficient light to pas ... read more

        STELLAR CHEMISTRY
        Sounds from around the Milky Way
        Huntsville AL (NASA) Sep 23, 2020
        The center of our Milky Way galaxy is too distant for us to visit in person, but we can still explore it. Telescopes give us a chance to see what the Galactic Cent ... more
        CYBER WARS
        Space ISAC releases statement on cybersecurity for space systems
        Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Sep 21, 2020
        the Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) issued a statement in response to Space Policy Directive (SPD-5), released on Friday, September 4, 2020, by the Trump Administration, establi ... more
        SATURN DAILY
        New chronology of the Saturn System
        Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 24, 2020
        A new chronology for the moons of Saturn has been developed by Planetary Science Institute Associate Research Scientist Samuel W. Bell. "Most studies dating surfaces on the Moon or Mars rely o ... more
        SPACEMART
        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 differ ... more
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        TIME AND SPACE
        New approach to exotic quantum matter
        Barcelona, Spain (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        While in a three-dimensional world, all particles must be either fermions or bosons, it is known that in fewer dimensions, the existence of particles with intermediate quantum statistics, known as a ... more
        SPACE MEDICINE
        Cosmonauts not ready to try Russia's virus vaccine
        Moscow (AFP) Sept 24, 2020
        Russian cosmonauts set to blast off for the International Space Station said on Thursday it was too early to get a coronavirus vaccine touted by President Vladimir Putin. ... more
        TECH SPACE
        Squeezed light makes Virgo's mirrors jitter
        Hannover, Germany (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        Quantum mechanics does not only describe how the world works on its smallest scales, but also affects the motion of macroscopic objects. An international research team, including four scientists fro ... more
        TECH SPACE
        Marine sponges inspire the next generation of skyscrapers and bridges
        Boston MA (SPX) Sep 22, 2020
        When we think about sponges, we tend to think of something soft and squishy. But researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) are using the glassy s ... more
        ICE WORLD
        Global change ecologist leads NASA satellite study of rapid greening across Arctic tundra
        Flagstaff AZ (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        As Arctic summers warm, Earth's northern landscapes are changing. Using satellite images to track global tundra ecosystems over decades, a team of researchers finds the region has become greener as ... more
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        ROCKET SCIENCE
        Blue Origin postpones Texas launch of experiments for NASA, universities
        Washington DC (UPI) Sep 24, 2020
        Blue Origin postponed the launch of the company's reusable New Shepard rocket Thursday in Texas, citing internal power supply issues for NASA and university experiments on board. ... more
        IRON AND ICE
        US probe to touch down on asteroid Bennu on October 20
        Washington (AFP) Sept 24, 2020
        After a four-year journey, NASA's robotic spacecraft OSIRIS-REx will descend to asteroid Bennu's boulder-strewn surface on October 20, touching down for a few seconds to collect rock and dust samples, the agency said Thursday. ... more
        ROBO SPACE
        Teams demonstrate swarm tactics in fourth major OFFSET Field Experiment
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 21, 2020
        Two Swarm Systems Integrators - Northrop Grumman Mission Systems and Raytheon BBN Technologies - are creating swarm systems architectures, advanced interfaces, and virtual and physical swarm testbed ... more
        WATER WORLD
        China launches new satellite to monitor ocean environment
        Jiuquan (XNA) Sep 22, 2020
        China on Monday sent a new ocean-monitoring satellite into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China. A Long March-4B rocket carrying the Haiyang-2C (HY-2C) satellite t ... more
        EXO WORLDS
        Evolution of radio-resistance is more complicated than previously thought
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        The toughest organisms on Earth, called extremophiles, can survive extreme conditions like extreme dryness (desiccation), extreme cold, space vacuum, acid, or even high-level radiation. So far, the ... more


        Warming temperatures are driving Arctic greening

        CARBON WORLDS
        Our seas are capturing more carbon than expected
        Paris (ESA) Sep 23, 2020
        Earth's oceans help to slow global warming by absorbing carbon from our atmosphere - but fully observing this crucial process in the upper ocean and lower atmosphere is difficult, as measurements ar ... more
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        TIME AND SPACE
        Remembrance of waves past: memory imprints motion on scattered waves
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        Wave scattering appears practically everywhere in everyday life - from conversations across rooms, to ocean waves breaking on a shore, from colorful sunsets, to radar waves reflecting from aircraft. ... more
        STELLAR CHEMISTRY
        Controlling ultrastrong light-matter coupling at room temperature
        Gothenburg, Sweden (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        Physicists at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, together with colleagues in Russia and Poland, have managed to achieve ultrastrong coupling between light and matter at room temperature. T ... more
        TIME AND SPACE
        Radio astronomers join moon mission to explore early universe
        Charlottesville VA (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) has joined a new NASA space mission to the far side of the Moon to investigate when the first stars began to form in the early universe. The uni ... more
        MOON DAILY
        Experience, charisma will steer NASA's choice for first woman on moon
        Washington DC (UPI) Sep 23, 2020
        Experience, charisma - and previous exposure to radiation in space - will guide NASA's history-making decision to choose the first woman who walks on the moon, according to those familiar with space agency operations. ... more
        MARSDAILY
        Could life exist deep underground on Mars
        Boston MA (SPX) Sep 24, 2020
        Recent science missions and results are bringing the search for life closer to home, and scientists at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard and Smithsonian (CfA) and the Florida Institute of Techno ... more
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        ISS moves to avoid space debris
        Washington (AFP) Sept 23, 2020
        Astronauts on the International Space Station carried out an "avoidance maneuver" Tuesday to ensure they would not be hit by a piece of debris, said US space agency NASA, urging better management of objects in Earth's orbit. Russian and US flight controllers worked together during a two-and-a-half-minute operation to adjust the station's orbit and move further away, avoiding collision. ... more
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        + Trump tech war with China changes the game for US business
        + Small leak of ammonia detected at US Segment of ISS
        + NASA's Partnership Between Art and Science: A Collaboration to Cherish
        + Israeli tech start-ups take on the Emirates
        Rocket Lab to launch commercial rideshares mission for Planet, Canon
        Long Beach CA (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        Leading space systems company, Rocket Lab, has announced its next Electron launch will be a rideshare mission to low Earth orbit for Planet and Spaceflight Inc.'s customer Canon Electronics. The mission - named 'In Focus' in a nod to the Earth-imaging satellites onboard - will lift-off in October from Rocket Lab's private orbital launch site, Launch Complex 1, in New Zealand. The mis ... more
        + Blue Origin postpones Texas launch of experiments for NASA, universities
        + General Atomics delivers nuclear thermal propulsion concept to NASA
        + Complex to build 20 solid-propellant Long March 11 carrier craft every year
        + Rocket Lab completes final dress rehearsal for first Electron mission from US soil
        + Russia's S7 Space seeks to create reusable rocket
        + Hardware testing heats up at Marshall test lab
        + NASA technology enables precision landing without a pilot


        Could life exist deep underground on Mars
        Boston MA (SPX) Sep 24, 2020
        Recent science missions and results are bringing the search for life closer to home, and scientists at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard and Smithsonian (CfA) and the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) may have figured out how to determine whether life is - or was - lurking deep beneath the surface of Mars, the Moon, and other rocky objects in the universe. While the search for life ... more
        + China's Mars probe completes second orbital correction
        + Perseverance will use x-rays to hunt fossils
        + Study shows difficulty in finding evidence of life on Mars
        + AFRL technology traveling to Mars
        + Using chitin to manufacture tools and shelters on Mars
        + China's Mars probe travels 137 mln km
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        China's new carrier rocket available for public view
        Shanghai (XNA) Sep 18, 2020
        Spacecraft enthusiasts can catch a glimpse of a newly developed commercial Chinese rocket at the ongoing China International Industry Fair in Shanghai. The medium-sized carrier rocket was developed by the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology affiliated to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. It is 59 meters long, with a take-off thrust of about 500 tonnes and a tak ... more
        + NASA chief warns Congress about Chinese space station
        + 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
        + China seeks payload ideas for mission to moon, asteroid
        TECHNOLOGY NEWS
        EOS Data Analytics to launch satellite with Dragonfly Multispectral Imagers in 2022
        Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 27, 2020
        EOS Data Analytics has announced the conclusion of an agreement with Dragonfly Aerospace for the delivery of two HR-250 high-performance multispectral imagers. A satellite equipped with the Dragonfl ... more
        Despite pandemic-related setbacks, the NewSpace industry has new players enter the field
        Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 05, 2020
        In the United States, NewSpace companies, including SpaceX, Rocket Lab, and Firefly Aerospace, and giants like Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and Lockheed Martin, have avoided the massive layo ... more
        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 differ ... more
        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
        + Rocket policy must not be limited by capital, liability: Startups
        + UK's OneWeb resumes satellite production after bankruptcy
        + Intelsat entrusts Arianespace for the launch of three C-band satellites on Ariane 5 and Ariane 6
        + ESA brings space industry together online
        + SpaceX postpones Starlink launch from Florida
        + Dragonfly Aerospace emerges from SCS Aerospace Group
        + COMSAT expands hardware footprint with new Orbit Communications Systems agreement
        Marine sponges inspire the next generation of skyscrapers and bridges
        Boston MA (SPX) Sep 22, 2020
        When we think about sponges, we tend to think of something soft and squishy. But researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) are using the glassy skeletons of marine sponges as inspiration for the next generation of stronger and taller buildings, longer bridges, and lighter spacecraft. In a new paper published in Nature Materials, the rese ... more
        + Squeezed light makes Virgo's mirrors jitter
        + Hyperbolic metamaterials exhibit 2T physics
        + Mesh reflector for shaped radio beams
        + Arianespace to resume OneWeb constellation deployment
        + Chromium steel was first made in ancient Persia
        + Could PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X be swan song for consoles?
        + Microsoft steps up Xbox game with ZeniMax Media buy


        Evolution of radio-resistance is more complicated than previously thought
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        The toughest organisms on Earth, called extremophiles, can survive extreme conditions like extreme dryness (desiccation), extreme cold, space vacuum, acid, or even high-level radiation. So far, the toughest of all seems to be the bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans - able to survive doses of radiation a thousand times greater than those fatal to humans. But to this date, scientists remained ... more
        + Water on exoplanet cloud tops could be found with hi-tech instrumentation
        + Astronomers discover an Earth-sized "pi planet" with a 3.14-day orbit
        + Professor verifies centuries-old conjecture about the formation of the Solar System
        + Let them eat rocks
        + How protoplanetary rings form in primordial gas clouds
        + Venus is one stop in our search for life
        + A white dwarf's surprise planetary companion
        JPL meets unique challenge, delivers radar hardware for Jupiter Mission
        Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 22, 2020
        Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory met a significant milestone recently by delivering key elements of an ice-penetrating radar instrument for an ESA (European Space Agency) mission to explore Jupiter and its three large icy moons. While following the laboratory's stringent COVID-19 Safe-at-Work precautions, JPL teams managed to build and ship the receiver, transmitter, and elect ... more
        + 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
        + Ganymede covered by giant crater


        Emissions could add 15 inches to 2100 sea level rise
        Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 18, 2020
        An international effort that brought together more than 60 ice, ocean and atmosphere scientists from three dozen international institutions has generated new estimates of how much of an impact Earth's melting ice sheets could have on global sea levels by 2100. If greenhouse gas emissions continue apace, Greenland and Antarctica's ice sheets could together contribute more than 15 inches (38 centi ... more
        + China launches new satellite to monitor ocean environment
        + Bottled water billionaire pips Jack Ma to become China's richest
        + With global warming, marine heatwaves like 'The Blob' could be commonplace
        + Southern hemisphere could see up to 30% less rain at end of the century
        + Study: Commercial fisheries regularly catch threatened, endangered species
        + Scientists publish water quality database for 12,000 freshwater lakes
        + Space technology set to boost national water quality management
        Tech combo is a real game-changer for farming
        Beijing (XNA) Aug 18, 2020
        Global acceptance and application of China's Beidou Navigation Satellite System will gather momentum on the back of further integration with telecom technologies like 5G and the internet of things, company executives and experts said. Their comments came after Beidou started offering full-scale global services on July 31. More importantly, navigation technologies are increasingly intertwin ... more
        + 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
        + Full global service of Beidou signals space tech independence
        + Beidou also belongs to world


        NASA reveals new details of $28B Artemis lunar landing program
        Washington DC (UPI) Sep 23, 2020
        NASA has released new details of its Artemis project to send astronauts to the surface of the moon by 2024, including the cost of its first phase - $28 billion. In an update provided by the space agency Monday, the administrators said $16.2 billion of the total would be to produce the initial Human Landing System - the new-generation moon landers which would carry astronauts to the lunar s ... more
        + NASA publishes Artemis plan to return Americans to Moon in 2024
        + Experience, charisma will steer NASA's choice for first woman on moon
        + NASA plans for return to Moon to cost $28 billion
        + China determined to land astronauts on lunar surface
        + China to launch Chang'e-5 lunar probe this year
        + Astrobotic completes Peregrine Lunar Lander Structural Model testing
        + China's Chang'e-4 probe resumes work for 22nd lunar day
        US probe to touch down on asteroid Bennu on October 20
        Washington (AFP) Sept 24, 2020
        After a four-year journey, NASA's robotic spacecraft OSIRIS-REx will descend to asteroid Bennu's boulder-strewn surface on October 20, touching down for a few seconds to collect rock and dust samples, the agency said Thursday. Scientists hope the mission will help deepen our understanding of how planets formed and life began and provide insight on asteroids that could impact Earth. "Year ... more
        + Ryugu's rubble suggests its short life has been rather turbulent
        + 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
        + SwRI instruments on Rosetta help detect ultraviolet aurora at comet
        + Comet discovered to have its own "northern lights"


        MethaneSAT completes critical design review, moves into production phase
        San Francisco CA (SPX) Sep 21, 2020
        MethaneSAT has reached an important new milestone with completion of the Critical Design Review (CDR) phase for both the mission's remote sensing instrument and the spacecraft platform "bus" that will provide power and maneuvering, and transmit the vast stream of data from the high resolution sensors to ground stations. Completion of the CDR means that MethaneSAT is now entering the production s ... more
        + Air pollution in a post-COVID-19 world
        + CO2 emission reductions are not yet detectable in atmosphere from Covid shutdowns
        + USSF and NOAA begin joint operations of infrared weather satellite
        + Kleos Scouting Mission launch update
        + Ball Aerospace selected by NASA to study sustainable land imaging technologies
        + NASA monitors carbon monoxide from California wildfires
        + Emissions pioneer GHGSat secures US$30m in Series B funding
        Nanojets shine light on heating of the Solar Corona
        Washington DC (SPX) Sep 22, 2020
        In a paper published in Nature Astronomy, researchers report the first ever clear images of nanojets - bright thin lights that travel perpendicular to the magnetic structures in the solar atmosphere, called the corona - in a process that reveals the existence of one of the potential coronal heating candidates: nanoflares. In pursuit of understanding why the Sun's atmosphere is so much hott ... more
        + Can ripples on the sun help predict solar flares
        + 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
        + The presence of resonating cavities above sunspots has been confirmed


        Water trapped in star dust
        Jena, Germany (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        The matter between the stars in a galaxy - called the interstellar medium - consists not only of gas, but also of a great deal of dust. At some point in time, stars and planets originated in such an environment, because the dust particles can clump together and merge into celestial bodies. Important chemical processes also take place on these particles, from which complex organic - possibl ... more
        + New technology is a 'science multiplier' for astronomy
        + Controlling ultrastrong light-matter coupling at room temperature
        + Sounds from around the Milky Way
        + Astronomers capture stellar winds in unprecedented detail
        + Major NSF grant accelerates development of the Giant Magellan Telescope
        + Can life survive a star's death
        + Unraveling a spiral stream of dusty embers from a massive binary stellar forge
        Radio astronomers join moon mission to explore early universe
        Charlottesville VA (SPX) Sep 23, 2020
        The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) has joined a new NASA space mission to the far side of the Moon to investigate when the first stars began to form in the early universe. The universe was dark and foggy during its "dark ages," just 380,000 years after the Big Bang. There were no light-producing structures yet like stars and galaxies, only large clouds of hydrogen gas. As the ... more
        + 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
        + Ecologists confirm Alan Turing's theory for Australian fairy circles
        + New calculation refines comparison of matter with antimatter
        + Large Hadron Collider upgrade to be led by Manchester scientists
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