Space science

  • NASA named the new spacecraft Orion NASA named the new spacecraft Orion
    The US Aeronautics Agency (NASA) has named the new space probe Orion. This manned ship is being developed to bring astronauts back to the moon and then to the explorer Star
  • Pluto is no longer a planet Pluto is no longer a planet
    Nearly 2,500 scientists are meeting in Prague, the Czech Republic agreed to vote Pluto from the list of planets in the solar system. The decision of the International Astronomical Association (IAU) means books and books
  • American girl becomes the first female cosmonaut American girl becomes the first female cosmonaut
    Anousheh Ansari, an Iranian-American citizen, will become the first female passenger in the world to visit the International Station, when she flies with Russian Soyuz missiles on day 1
  • Discover 4 more satellite galaxies of the Milky Way Discover 4 more satellite galaxies of the Milky Way
    New four galaxy galaxies of the galaxy have just been discovered, bringing the total number of satellite galaxies known to nearly 20. According to New Scientist scientific journal, these four satellite galaxies are made by a group of School scientists
  • Atlantis spacecraft leaves the safety platform Atlantis spacecraft leaves the safety platform
    NASA has officially decided to move the Atlantis spacecraft back to the spacecraft
  • After 2015, there will be a space station to replace the ISS Station After 2015, there will be a space station to replace the ISS Station
    According to the Russian Space Agency (Roskomos), another space station will replace the International Space Station (ISS) after 2015.
  • Direct observation of a new bright star explosion Direct observation of a new bright star explosion
    The group of British and American scientists first observed directly a very bright new supernova (supernova), occurring in the constellation Belier in the galaxy about 440 million light-years away.
  • At the last moment, NASA reversed the decision to bring the Atlantis spacecraft back to the launch platform At the last moment, NASA reversed the decision to bring the Atlantis spacecraft back to the launch platform
    Five hours after starting to move the Atlantis spacecraft to the spaceship, NASA reversed its decision after news of the forecast that Typhoon Ernesto would weaken when it swept through Florida. This is an unprecedented decision
  • NASA chose Lockheed Martin to build a new spacecraft NASA chose Lockheed Martin to build a new spacecraft
    On August 31, NASA agency selected Lockheed Martin Group to build the new generation spacecraft Orion will replace the old space shuttle to bring American astronauts to the Moon from now to 2020 and carry out the first mission with a driver
  • Pledge Pluto! Pledge Pluto!
    About 300 American astronomers signed a petition to the International Astronomical Association (IAU), saying they did not agree on the new definition of the planet and did not use it.
  • The SMART-1 probe board landed on the Moon The SMART-1 probe board landed on the Moon
    The European Space Agency (ESA) said on September 3, the SMART-1 space probe landed on the Moon as planned, successfully ending its 16-month Moon exploration mission.
  • There may be many planets like Earth There may be many planets like Earth
    According to US researchers, the number of planets that resemble Earth and deep oceans is more likely to be life than we think, with about one-third of the planet's
  • France - Japan and super Concord dream France - Japan and super Concord dream
    After the accident of Concord aircraft in Paris in 2000, the French along with the Japanese carried out a research project to build an aircraft
  • Atlantis launched into space Atlantis launched into space
    At 11:15 pm in the Eastern United States, or 22:15 PM, the Atlantis space ship left the Kennedy Space Center in Florida with the mission to increase the energy source for the International Space Station (International Space Station).
  • Korea joined the ranks of satellite powers Korea joined the ranks of satellite powers
    At the end of last August, South Korea's fixed-phone telecommunications group, KT, launched the Koreasat-5 commercial-military satellite (Korean name Mugunghwa-5), bringing the country into the national club. There are satellite numbers available
  • NASA: can suspend research on ISS NASA: can suspend research on ISS
    A source from the US Space Agency (NASA) said the agency is considering ending all research projects related to the International Space Station (ISS) within 12 months to control the shortage. missing
  • Taepodong-2 missiles fly not as far as predicted Taepodong-2 missiles fly not as far as predicted
    The US has just informed Japan that the Taepodong-2 missile launched by North Korea on July 5 was discovered about 1.5 km from the launch pad, not 400 to 600 km as the Japanese government had predicted. original
  • Earth inspires' 40,000 tons of cosmic dust every year Earth inspires' 40,000 tons of cosmic dust every year
    About 40,000 tons of cosmic dust and matter fall to Earth every year, and this has begun at a stable level in the past 30,000 years, a recent discovery by US and German scientists.
  • The tiny spherical robots will explore Mars The tiny spherical robots will explore Mars
    Scientists are preparing to test hundreds of tiny spherical robots that will explore planets like Mars. These robots are housed in a travel chamber in the shape of an egg-shaped blister that can land on the surface of another planet.
  • Discovering two strange celestial bodies Discovering two strange celestial bodies
    A strange pair of celestial objects vaguely located on the boundary between the planet and why have just been discovered outside the solar system. So far, several dozen such objects have been recognized, but this is the first time they have created

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