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Jul 20, 2019

Lost NASA footage from the moon landing

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Lol.


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Jul 20, 2019

Amberley Levine Photo

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20 July 1969 Fifty years ago, on this day, aliens invaded the Moon!

Jul 19, 2019

The Astronaut Who Took This Photo, is The Only Human Ever to Exist That Isn’t in The Frame Michael Collins took this picture of the Lunar Module during the Apollo 11 mission

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The Astronaut Who Took This Photo, is The Only Human Ever to Exist That Isn’t in The Frame Michael Collins took this picture of the Lunar Module during the Apollo 11 mission.

Jul 19, 2019

The Competition for Space

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Tory bruno, president and CEO, united launch alliance.

Kay sears, vice president and general manager, military space, lockheed martin.

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Jul 19, 2019

Memories Of A NASA Engineer: A Birthday, A Moon Landing, And A Close Encounter With Neil Armstrong

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A story 50 years in the making.

Jul 19, 2019

New moon: What lunar living will look like in 100 years

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A whole new moon

Lava tubes. Cave cities. Extreme sports. The next century of lunar settlement is wilder than you think.

by Chris Taylor

Jul 19, 2019

TRUMP CELEBRATES MOON LANDING: Pres

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Trump meets with astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins and the family of Neil Armstrong to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.

Jul 19, 2019

Building Giant Magellan, the world’s largest telescope

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People have been gazing skyward at night for all of human history, studying the stars and wondering what could lie beyond them. But soon, scientists will have a powerful new tool at their disposal: the Giant Magellan Telescope, which is expected to be the world’s largest optical telescope once it’s completed.

Under the football stadium at the University of Arizona, Patrick McCarthy, the vice president and senior astronomer at the GMT project, heads the international group building the Giant Magellan.

“One of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past 20 years is that 97% of the universe, we have no idea what it is,” McCarthy said.

Jul 19, 2019

Rocket Rundown

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Stunning payload separation footage of the UP Aerospace SL-10 rocket. One of the four payloads deployed was a test version of the Maraia Capsule, a concept that was to be used to provide the inexpensive and autonomous on-demand return of small science samples from the International Space Station. Credit: UP Aerospace.

Jul 19, 2019

The World’s Smallest MRI Machine Just Captured The Magnetic Field of a Single Atom

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Using a new technique, scientists have performed the world’s smallest magnetic resonance imaging to capture the magnetic fields of single atoms. It’s an incredible breakthrough that could improve quantum research, as well as our understanding of the Universe on subatomic scales.

“I am very excited about these results,” said physicist Andreas Heinrich of the Institute for Basic Sciences in Seoul. “It is certainly a milestone in our field and has very promising implications for future research.”

You’re probably most familiar with magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, as a method used to image internal body structures in medicine. An MRI machine uses highly powerful magnets to induce a strong magnetic field around the body, forcing the spin of the protons in the nuclei of your body’s hydrogen atoms to align with the magnetic field, all without producing side-effects.

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