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Month: June 2019

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope will be closed.

NASA briefly informed that the Spitzer Space Telescope will be permanently discontinued on January 30, 2020. After about 16 years of discovering the universe in light energy.  And by that time, the space shuttle has been working for more than 11 years beyond its prime mission, Spitzer examines the universe’s various objects in infrared light. […]

ISRO Mission chandrayaan 2, Challenges of a Moon’s Landing.

Chandrayaan-II is the second lunar exploration campaign in India, which has been developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).  The plan is to launch the GSLV Mark 3 launch vehicle.  This campaign will include a Chandra Orbiter (Chandra Yaan) and a rover and a lander built in India.Launch between Chandrayaan 2 July 15, and […]

Chandra Detects Another star Coronal Mass Ejection From.

 A coronal mass ejection is detected from the star located 450 light years away from the Earth!  This phenomenon was marked by the intense flash of X-rays after the emission of a large bubble of plasma.This picture shows a coronal mass ejection or CME, which involves removing the material on a large scale, and often […]

Mature galaxy masses in the new Hubble view.

This image was taken by the Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) of the Hubble Space Telescope, a powerful tool installed on the telescope in 2009.  NGC 7773 is a beautiful example of a forbidden spiral galaxy.  NGC 7773’s wide, pinwheel-like spiral arms extend through the bright core of the galaxy to the inner boundary of […]

Most of the masses in galaxies are in the form of a mysterious dark matter.

Galaxies appear in the form of red dully which by any means skips the second phase of development.To do this, these galaxies have experienced a very unusual and isolated development after colliding with red gold nuggets about 10 billion years ago.Most of the masses in galaxies are in the form of a mysterious dark matter, […]

America Department of Physics and Biology at the Russian SpaceShift Station

This week, a pair of American space and Russian ships left the Infinite Space Station. Russia’s progress 71 (71P) cargo craft closed in the morning and the SpaceX dragon returned to Earth on Monday. Packed with 71P, trash and unused hardware, Tuesday morning, EDT undocked at 3:40 PM behind the Zvzda service module. It republished […]

SpaceX,Dragon Cargo Returns Mission in Pacific ends with SplashDown

SpaceX dragon cargo spaceship dropped at 5:48 pm in the Pacific Ocean. The EDT (2:48 p.m. PDT) is located approximately 202 miles southwest of Long Beach, California, which is located at the end of the company’s 17th contracted Cargo Resipulli mission for NASA. Spacecraft returned more than 4,200 pounds for other valuable scientific uses. Some […]

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