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    Astronauts to film Estée Lauder skincare serum on International Space Station: report

    By Chelsea Gohd
    https://www.space.com/estee-lauder-s...e-station.html

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    Nuclear fusion reactor could be here as soon as 2025

    By Charles Q. Choi

    https://www.space.com/nuclear-fusion...JtJC0w6YIOn999

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    NASA's first attempt to sample an asteroid in space made a mess. It's the best mess ever, scientists say.

    By Tariq Malik
    The OSIRIS-REx probe's encounter with asteroid Bennu appeared flawless.

    "A NASA spacecraft has really made a mess of things on the asteroid Bennu, and scientists are thrilled."

    https://www.space.com/nasa-osiris-re...mpling-results
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    Why are galaxies different shapes?

    By Donavyn Coffey

    "Look into the night sky and you'll glimpse the stars from hundreds of billions of galaxies. Some galaxies are swirling blue disks like our own Milky Way, others are red spheres or misshapen, clumpy messes or something in between. Why the different configurations?"

    https://www.space.com/why-are-galaxi...nt-shapes.html



    An artist's impression of the Wolfe Disk, a massive disk galaxy in the early universe.
    (Image: © NRAO/AUI/NSF, S. Dagnello)
    Last edited by nasa1974; 10-23-2020 at 09:02 AM. Reason: added caption under picture
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    Unless you are a real science geek the article below might make you go HUH???

    Higgs boson possibly caught in act of never-before-seen transformation

    By Rafi Letzter

    "Scientists may have observed the Higgs boson doing a new trick: creating pairs of muons."



    A simulation illustrates Higgs boson decay in the Large Hadron Collider.
    (Image: © Lucas Taylor/CMS)


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    Meet the zeptosecond, the shortest unit of time ever measured

    By Stephanie Pappas
    https://www.space.com/zeptosecond-sh...-measured.html


    Scientists have measured the shortest unit of time ever: the time it takes a light particle to cross a hydrogen molecule.

    That time, for the record, is 247 zeptoseconds. A zeptosecond is a trillionth of a billionth of a second, or a decimal point followed by 20 zeroes and a 1.


    A particle of light, called a photon (yellow arrow), produces electron waves out of an electron cloud (grey) of a hydrogen molecule (red: nucleus). The result of those interactions is what’s called an interference pattern (violet-white). The interference pattern is slightly skewed to the right, allowing researchers to calculate the time for the photon to get from one atom to the next.
    (Image: © Sven Grundmann/Goethe University Frankfurt)


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    SpaceX now targeting Nov. 14 for next astronaut launch

    By Hanneke Weitering - Associate Editor

    SpaceX is gearing up for another historic astronaut launch next month.

    https://www.space.com/spacex-crew-1-...ch-november-14



    NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Glover and Mike Hopkins and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi will fly on the Crew-1 mission, currently scheduled to launch on Nov. 14, 2020.
    (Image: © NASA)
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    Will our solar system survive the death of our sun?

    By Paul Sutter

    It's gonna get ugly.

    https://www.space.com/solar-system-fate-when-sun-dies



    An artist's depiction of the solar system as it appears today.
    (Image: © NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab)

    "Our sun's death is a long way off — about 4.5 billion years, give or take — but someday it's going to happen, and what then for our solar system?

    The trouble begins before the death proper: The first thing we have to contend with is the elderly sun itself. As the fusion of hydrogen continues inside the sun, the result of that reaction — helium — builds up in the core..."
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    NASA asteroid probe stows space-rock sample for return to Earth

    By Mike Wall
    And that sample looks pretty big.
    https://www.space.com/nasa-osiris-re...steroid-sample


    The left image shows OSIRIS-REx’s collector head hovering over the Sample Return Capsule (SRC) after the probe’s robotic arm moved it into the proper position for capture. The right image shows the collector head secured onto the capture ring in the SRC. Both images were captured by OSIRIS-REx’s StowCam camera. (Image credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona/Lockheed Martin)
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    Snoopy celebrates 20 years of humans on space station on new NASA posters

    ByRobert Z. Pearlman

    https://www.space.com/snoopy-nasa-in...-years-posters

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    International Space Station at 20: Former astronauts talk about living and working in space

    BySamantha Mathewson
    Humans have continuously inhabited the orbiting lab for two decades now.
    https://www.space.com/space-station-...tion-viking-tv
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    A sad day for radio astronomy.

    Arecibo radio telescope, an icon of astronomy, is lost

    ByMeghan Bartels
    Arecibo Telescope's illustrious scientific career is over.

    https://www.space.com/arecibo-observ...o-be-destroyed
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