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The Path that MASCOT Took Across Asteroid Ryugu During its 17 Hours of Life  Voir?

The tiny robot lander MASCOT did a fine job on the surface of asteroid Ryugu, and its zigzag path allowed it to gather important data on this ancient piece of rock.

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(15/10/2018 @ 18:07)
Carnival of Space #582  Voir?

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Allen Versfeld at his Urban Astronomer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #582. And if you're interested in looking back, here's an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you've got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email an entry …

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(15/10/2018 @ 15:02)
Even Ganymede is Showing Tectonic Activity. We’re Going to Need Another Icy Moon Orbiter  Voir?

A new study shows that the surface of Ganymede was once a very tectonically active place, with evidence of slip-faulting similar to the San Andreas Fault.

The post Even Ganymede is Showing Tectonic Activity. We’re Going to Need Another Icy Moon Orbiter appeared first on Universe Today.

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(15/10/2018 @ 13:35)
The Milky Way Could Be Spreading Life From Star to Star  Voir?

A new study from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics addresses the possibility of panspermia on a galactic (and intergalactic) scale

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(12/10/2018 @ 22:19)
Next Generation Telescopes Could Use “Teleportation” to Take Better Images  Voir?

According to a new study by an international team of scientists, quantum mechanics may allow for some truly-cutting edge astronomy in the near future.

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(12/10/2018 @ 14:24)
What Neil Armstrong’s Sons Really Think About the Movie “First Man”  Voir?

Like millions of other people around the world, on July 20, 1969, Rick and Mark Armstrong watched Apollo 11's moon landing on the television set in their living room. But for those two boys – aged 12 and 6 at the time – it was their Dad who was taking humanity's first steps on another …

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(11/10/2018 @ 17:25)
Soyuz Launch Carrying Two Astronauts is Forced to Abort, Landing Safely Back on Earth  Voir?

A Soyuz spacecraft carrying two crew members to the ISS has experienced a booster failure. The craft executed an emergency landing and both crew are safe.

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(11/10/2018 @ 15:13)
Ceres Rolled Over at Some Point in the Past  Voir?

According to a new study from the Planetary Science Institute, Ceres poles reoriented sometime in the past, which bolsters the case for it having an interior ocean.

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(11/10/2018 @ 14:19)
Weekly Space Hangout: Oct 10, 2018 – Sean Carroll  Voir?

Hosts: Fraser Cain (universetoday.com / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Dr. Kimberly Cartier (KimberlyCartier.org / @AstroKimCartier ) Dr. Morgan Rehnberg (MorganRehnberg.com / @MorganRehnberg & ChartYourWorld.org) Dr. Sean Carroll is a blogger, author, and theoretical physicist at Caltech where he investigates dark matter/dark energy, modified gravity, and multiple other topics in cosmology, field …

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(10/10/2018 @ 20:20)
348 Years Ago, a French Astronomer Monk Might have Witnessed the Collision Between a White and Brown Dwarf Star  Voir?

A collision between a white dwarf and a brown dwarf created the object we call CK Vulpeculae. It was first observed 348 years ago by French Monk Astronomer Per Dom Anthelme.

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Evaluation de la vitesse de connexion de votre PC à ce site

Cliquez sur le bouton pour évaluer la vitesse de votre connexion entre votre PC et ce site web.

Ce test ne fait qu'une évaluation en calculant le débit moyen pour charger une image depuis le site vers votre PC.

Le résultat mesure donc la vitesse de chargement d'une image à un moment donnée. Evidemment, si d'autres chargements sont en cours, la mesure est faussée.


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