Upcoming SpaceX mission a reusability milestone for national security launch

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The upcoming SpaceX launch of a GPS 3 satellite scheduled for June 17 will be the first national security space mission to use a refurbished Falcon 9 booster. The U.S. Space Force initially ordered an expendable rocket but agreed to the switch with a caveat: the reused booster had to be the one that flew another GPS 3 satellite to orbit last November. Continue reading Upcoming SpaceX mission a reusability milestone for national security launch

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NASA’s Juno mission captures first closeup images of Jupiter’s largest moon in a generation

By Ashley Strickland and Katie Hunt, CNN

The largest moon in our solar system got its first close-up in more than 20 years on Monday. NASA’s Juno mission took the images as it swung within 645 miles (1,038 kilometers) of Ganymede’s surface during a flyby, the nearest a spacecraft has been to the moon since the Galileo spacecraft made its approach in May 2000. Continue reading NASA’s Juno mission captures first closeup images of Jupiter’s largest moon in a generation

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Scientists confirm discovery of Australia’s largest dinosaur, two stories tall and a basketball court long

By Amy Sood, CNN

A new species of dinosaur discovered in Australia has been confirmed as the largest ever found in the country, and one of the biggest in the world. The fossilized skeleton, nicknamed “Cooper,” was found in southwest Queensland in 2007, at Cooper Creek in the Eromanga Basin. Continue reading Scientists confirm discovery of Australia’s largest dinosaur, two stories tall and a basketball court long

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Earth’s History Sends Climate Warning – Urgent Action Needed

By UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS, Sci-Tech Daily

A new study of historical carbon dioxide levels stresses urgent action is needed to avoid prehistoric levels of climate change. The international team of scientists, led by the University of St Andrews, collected data spanning the last 66 million years to provide new insights into the kinds of climates we can ultimately expect if CO2 levels continue to rise at the current rate. Continue reading Earth’s History Sends Climate Warning – Urgent Action Needed

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Scientists Partially Restored a Blind Man’s Sight With New Gene Therapy

By Carl Zimmer, Yahoo! News

A team of scientists announced Monday that they had partially restored the sight of a blind man by building light-catching proteins in one of his eyes. Their report, which appeared in the journal Nature Medicine, is the first published study to describe the successful use of this treatment. Continue reading Scientists Partially Restored a Blind Man’s Sight With New Gene Therapy

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