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[Science] Watch 5,000 rockets attempt a world record simultaneous launch to celebrate Apollo 11 50 years ago today, at 9:32 AM ET, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida aboard a Saturn V rocket. At 9:32 AM ET this morning in 2019, you can watch as the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL attempts a record of its own. The Space & Rocket Center […] Published:7/16/2019 8:07:46 AM
[Science] SpaceX targets Tuesday for Starhopper demo rocket hover test SpaceX is preparing for a key test in development of its next-generation Starship spacecraft, with a target of performing a ‘hover’ demo of its ‘Starhopper’ prototype rocket on Tuesday next week. The test will be the first time the rocket attempts liftoff with the new Raptor engine SpaceX is designing to succeed the Merlins used […] Published:7/12/2019 7:43:11 AM
[Science] Hayabusa2 lands on an asteroid and sends back amazing pictures to prove it Japan's Hayabusa2 mission to the asteroid Ryugu is an ambitious one to begin with, and the team recently made the decision to up the stakes with a second touchdown on the space rock's surface. Not only did all go as planned, but we now have the best shots of an asteroid's surface ever to be sent back to Earth. Published:7/11/2019 8:41:21 PM
[Science] Virgin Orbit performs a successful drop test of its LauncherOne rocket launch system Richard Branson-backed space startup Virgin Orbit has completed a key step along its path to launching satellites for commercial customers. The company held a successful “drop test” of its LauncherOne rocket, in which the crucial piece of its launch system was released in a free fall from its Boeing 747-based launch aircraft (nicknamed “Cosmic Girl”). […] Published:7/10/2019 5:01:14 PM
[Science] Small fire breaks out and is extinguished at SpaceX’s Florida Starship facility A small fire broke out Monday at SpaceX’s Florida facility focused on development of Starship, the company’s next generation rocket. The facility is one of two SpaceX development centres for Starship, which is intended to be a new, entirely reusable spacecraft that will help the company move closer to its goal of reaching Mars. “This […] Published:7/8/2019 1:06:24 PM
[Science] Elon Musk teases possible late July Starship presentation following engine test Elon Musk was fielding a number of questions from fans on Twitter on Sunday, and revealed that the current target for a full presentation of Starship, SpaceX’s next-generation reusable rocket and a key piece of the company’s plan to reach Mars, could come as soon as “late July.” The SpaceX CEO also noted that the […] Published:7/8/2019 8:36:27 AM
[Science] Watch SpaceX catch a rocket fairing on a ship at sea after it returns from space SpaceX managed another first for its reusable rocketry efforts during its most recent launch when it caught part of the fairing in a giant net mounted on a boat named ‘Ms. Tree.’ The nosecone component, used to protect the Falcon Heavy’s cargo during its June 25 launch, typically is either lost or falls into the […] Published:7/4/2019 7:47:26 AM
[Science] Crowdfunded solar sail spacecraft moves closer to flying on light alone The Planetary Society’s crowdfunded LightSail 2 spacecraft reported back some good news today: It’s officially orbiting on its own after being delivered to space via rocket ride share about SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy last week. LightSail 2 “phoned home” today in the wee hours of the morning, a good sign that it’s well set up to […] Published:7/2/2019 12:35:24 PM
[Science] Loon breaks its stratospheric balloon flight record with 223 days aloft Alphabet’s Loon is gearing up for its first big commercial trial later this year, but it’s also breaking records in terms of pure performance. The company announced today that it just retrieved P-496, one of its balloon flight systems that earned the notable distinction of breaking the record for longest time spent continuously in the […] Published:7/2/2019 9:06:39 AM
[Science] NASA performs successful test of Orion spacecraft launch abort crew escape system NASA has completed a key test in preparing for its planned crewed space mission to return to the Moon, successfully testing the Launch Abort System (LAS for short) for its Orion spacecraft. This is the first full stress test of the LAS, which involved launching both an Orion test craft and the full LAS system […] Published:7/2/2019 6:59:02 AM
[Science] Watch SpaceX’s spectacular first Falcon Heavy night launch live SpaceX is going to launch a Falcon Heavy rocket for only the third time ever tonight, should all go according to the current mission plan. The launch, set to take place during a four-hour launch window that opens at 11:30 PM EDT (8:30 PM PDT) tonight, will lift off from Launch Complex 39A at Florida’s […] Published:6/24/2019 10:45:38 AM
[Science] NASA’s Curiosity rover finds levels of gas on Mars that could suggest possibility of life NASA’s Curiosity Rover has detected high levels of methane output during its mission on the Martian surface, the New York Times reports. The discovery, found during a measurement taking on Wednesday by the robot and observed by NASA researchers, could indicate that microbial lifeforms may have taken up residence underground on Mars. Methane is often […] Published:6/22/2019 11:58:56 AM
[Science] NASA’s OSIRIX-REx probe sets a space record with a close orbit of weird asteroid Bennu If you follow space news at all, you may have heard of ‘Bennu’ – the near-Earth asteroid that has a slim (but higher than most) chance of colliding with our planet sometime nearly 200 years from now. The asteroid is notable for many reasons, including the recent discovery that it’s actually also “active,” which means […] Published:6/14/2019 9:12:15 AM
[Science] Pioneering private space explorer Anousheh Ansari welcomes ISS commercialization XPRIZE CEO and Prodea founder Anousheh Ansari dreamt of being an astronaut as a child growing up in Iran, but understandably most people around her were skeptical about her ambitions. Yet in 2006, she made that dream come true when she became the first woman to visit the International Space Station as a privately funded […] Published:6/13/2019 3:33:08 PM
[Science] SpaceX successfully re-launches and recovers Falcon 9 flown in March SpaceX’s launch today from California’s Vandenberg Air Force base went off today without a hitch, bringing three satellites that make up the RADARSAT constellation to be used for observation by the Canadian Government. The launch today included use of a Falcon 9 first stage that flew a mission only a few months ago in March, […] Published:6/12/2019 9:56:30 AM
[Science] SpaceBNB? International Space Station readies for tourism at astronomical price

The following article, SpaceBNB? International Space Station readies for tourism at astronomical price, was first published on Godfather Politics.

NASA has put a hefty price tag on the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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Published:6/7/2019 2:45:37 PM
[Science] NASA’s Mars Helicopter begins final testing phase before 2020 mission NASA’s Mars Helicopter will be a key experimental craft when it comes to shaping what humanity’s future exploring the Red Planet looks like – when it launches aboard NASA’s Mars 2020 mission, it’ll head to Mars with the aim of testing the viability of flying heavier-than-air vehicles through another world’s atmosphere. After passing its most […] Published:6/7/2019 8:18:25 AM
[Science] NASA research crew embarks on mock mission to Mars moon Space is hard on humans – it’s just not what we’re used to, because it’s very unlike this Earth most of us generally occupy for most of our lives. That’s why researchers do plenty of experimentation to figure out what it’s like for people to live and work in space, like a new experiment underway […] Published:6/4/2019 10:57:36 AM
[Science] Trifecta! SpaceX launches first mission on Falcon Heavy and lands all three boosters SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch vehicle undertook its first commercial mission today, taking a communications satellite to orbit and proving the viability of its heavy-lift rocket platform. And as a piece de resistance, all three rocket cores autonomously landed themselves back on Earth and will soon be ready to fly again. Published:4/11/2019 6:02:11 PM
[Science] Here’s the first image of a black hole Say hello to the black hole deep inside the Messier 87, a galaxy located in the Virgo cluster some 55 million light years away. It may seem underwhelming at first, but it’s one of four images of the supermassive spacetime deforming structure — marking the first time such an object has been photographed. The shots […] Published:4/10/2019 8:42:24 AM
[Science] Time to Expose the Great Science v. God Cover-Up

The following article, Time to Expose the Great Science v. God Cover-Up, was first published on Godfather Politics.

The Bible tells us that the world is a rational place in which to live. The world runs by fixed and predictable laws.

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Published:4/9/2019 9:05:56 AM
[Science] Time to Expose the Great Science v. God Cover-Up

The following article, Time to Expose the Great Science v. God Cover-Up, was first published on Godfather Politics.

The Bible tells us that the world is a rational place in which to live. The world runs by fixed and predictable laws.

Continue reading: Time to Expose the Great Science v. God Cover-Up ...

Published:4/9/2019 9:05:56 AM
[Science] First Jaguar Cub Ever Born Via Artificial Insemination Killed and Eaten by Mother

The following article, First Jaguar Cub Ever Born Via Artificial Insemination Killed and Eaten by Mother, was first published on Godfather Politics.

Well, that was a fine how do you do. The first jaguar cub ever born via artificial insemination was killed and eaten by its mother just after it was born.

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Published:4/4/2019 1:35:12 PM
[Science] First Jaguar Cub Ever Born Via Artificial Insemination Killed and Eaten by Mother

The following article, First Jaguar Cub Ever Born Via Artificial Insemination Killed and Eaten by Mother, was first published on Godfather Politics.

Well, that was a fine how do you do. The first jaguar cub ever born via artificial insemination was killed and eaten by its mother just after it was born.

Continue reading: First Jaguar Cub Ever Born Via Artificial Insemination Killed and Eaten by Mother ...

Published:4/4/2019 1:35:12 PM
[Science] Science and God

An award-winning scientist recently told the world that science and religion are not incompatible.

The post Science and God appeared first on Godfather Politics.

Published:3/29/2019 1:28:39 PM
[Science] Science and God

An award-winning scientist recently told the world that science and religion are not incompatible.

The post Science and God appeared first on Godfather Politics.

Published:3/29/2019 1:28:39 PM
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