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Space Science Picking Up Before Trio Departs ISS for Earth – SciTechDaily

Science is doubling up on the International Space Station with the addition of three new space residents. However, they will split up on October 21 before four …

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Roscosmos cosmonaut and Expedition 63 Flight Engineer Ivan Vagner transfers biological samples into a science freezer for stowage and later analysis aboard the International Space Station. Credit: NASA Johnson
Science is doubling up on the International Space Station with the addition of three new space residents. However, they will split up on October 21 before four more astronauts launch to join the Expedition 64 crew in November.
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, on her second station mission, is…

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Scientists clock the fastest interval of time in ‘zeptoseconds’ – NBC News

Scientists have measured the shortest interval of time ever recorded, clocking how long it takes a particle of light to cross a single molecule of hydrogen.

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Blink and youll definitely miss it.
Scientists have measured the shortest interval of time ever recorded, clocking how long it takes a particle of light to cross a single molecule of hydrogen.
The ultra-quick journey took 247 zeptoseconds, according to a team of German researchers, with a zeptosecond representing a trillionth of a billionth of a second. This is equivalent to the number 1 written behind a decimal point and 20 zeroes.
The findings are the culmination of global efforts to measur…

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Neil deGrasse Tyson warns asteroid could hit Earth the day before the election | TheHill – The Hill

Don’t panic, you can still vote.

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Stressed out about the presidential election this year? The Universe heard you and is sending you an asteroid.
In an Instagram post, Neil deGrasse Tyson shared a photo of the Earth from space along with what you can only assume is an asteroid. Asteroid 2018VP1  now that’s a mouthful  is a space-rock the size of a refrigerator, Tyson said, and it’s hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 miles per hour. 
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Hell Yes, InSight’s Heat Probe Is Now Completely Buried on Mars – Gizmodo

There’s some happy news to report from the Red Planet, as the stubborn InSight heat probe, known as “the mole,” is now completely buried. It’s an encouraging de…

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NASAs InSight lander retracting its robotic arm, revealing the spot where the mole is now completely buried.
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Theres some happy news to report from the Red Planet, as the stubborn Mars InSight heat probe, known as the mole, is now completely buried. Its an encouraging development, as the surrounding dirt could coax the device into drilling deeper through the Martian crust.
The ongoing saga of the InSight landers Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package has taken…

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