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Satellite Images Reveal Beirut Explosion’s Devastation – Yahoo News

The full extent of the damage is staggering.

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Photo credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Earth Observatory of Singapore/ESA
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  • Last week’s explosion in Beirut claimed over 200 lives, injured thousands, and caused billions of dollars worth of damage.
  • NASA researchersin partnership with colleagues from the Earth Observatory of Singaporemapped the extent of the damage.
  • The damage proxy maps can be used to focus aid efforts toward the most damaged regions.

Last week, an explosion rocked Beirut, t…

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NASA just landed on asteroid Bennu. What you need to know about the mission – CNET

NASA’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft attempted to swipe space souvenirs from Bennu Tuesday to bring home to Earth. Soon we’ll know how successful it was.

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Artist’s conception of NASA’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft collecting a sample from the asteroid Bennu.
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Editors’ note: Osiris-Rex has touched down on Bennu. Our coverage of the event is here. Our answers to all your questions about the mission are below.
NASA’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft briefly touched down on a large asteroid Tuesday to swipe some rocks and dust from its surface to be returned to Earth for study, and on Wednesday, NASA revealed the first batch of images….

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Stunning images show NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft stirring up rocks on an asteroid – The Verge

On October 21st, NASA released images from the OSIRIS-REx’s spacecraft sampling attempt, when the vehicle gently tapped the asteroid Bennu with a robotic arm. The…

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The vehicle made quite a scene in space
NASA shared astonishing images of its OSIRIS-REx spacecraft touching an asteroid yesterday, revealing how the vehicle stirred up rocks and debris on the objects surface when it made contact. The goal of the tap was to collect a sample of material from the asteroid, but the engineers behind the spacecraft say they wont for sure if they collected anything until this weekend, when they spin the vehicle and measure how much material is inside.
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NASA teases ‘exciting new discovery’ coming about the moon next week – New York Post

NASA scientists will announce an “exciting new discovery” about the moon in a virtual press conference on Monday, the agency said Wednesday. The news will be announced…

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NASA scientists will announce an “exciting new discovery” about the moon in a virtual press conference on Monday, the agency said Wednesday.
The news will be announced by NASA in a 12 p.m. teleconference that will also stream on the its website, a statement said.
Further details about what the announcement will include were not released — but NASA teased that the discovery will contribute to “efforts to learn about the moon in support of deep space exploration.”
“Understanding the science of the…

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