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SpaceX ready for Falcon 9 launch with next Starlink mission – NASASpaceflight.com

SpaceX will continue the deployment of its Starlink constellation with the launch of another sixty…

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SpaceX will continue the deployment of its Starlink constellation with the launch of another sixty satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday. Liftoff from Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre is expected at 08:27 Eastern Time (12:27 UTC).
Sunday’s launch is the thirteenth Falcon 9 mission to deploy operational Starlink satellites, designated Starlink v1.0 L13. This continues the first phase of Starlink deployment, which is aimed at setting up an initial operating capability and allowing SpaceX to…

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The first habitable-zone, Earth-sized planet discovered with exoplanet survey spacecraft – Phys.org

TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, was launched in 2018 with the goal of discovering small planets around the Sun’s nearest neighbors, stars bright…

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TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, was launched in 2018 with the goal of discovering small planets around the Sun’s nearest neighbors, stars bright enough to allow for follow-up characterizations of their planets’ masses and atmospheres. TESS has so far discovered seventeen small planets around eleven nearby stars that are M dwarfsstars that are smaller than the Sun (less than about 60% of the Sun’s mass) and cooler (surface temperatures less than about 3900 kelvin). In a series of…

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The Milky Way’s quiet, introverted monster won’t spin – Livescience.com

Many black holes spin much faster than this.

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There’s a beast hiding at the center of the Milky Way, and it’s barely moving.
This supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A* (SgrA*), has a mass 4.15 million times that of our sun. It first revealed itself to scientists as a mysterious source of radio waves
from the galaxy’s center back in 1931; but it wasn’t until 2002 that researchers confirmed the radio waves were coming from something massive and compact like a black hole a feat that earned them the 2020 Nobel Prize in physics
. Just days before…

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Rare, 2-headed snake discovered by Florida house cat – Live Science

“Dos” the snake has 2 brains, 2 throats and one scaly body.

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What has two brains, no legs and the best profile pic on Facebook? That would be this rare, two-headed racersnake
recently discovered by a house cat in Palm Harbor, Florida.
The cat’s family was rudely introduced to the supernatural serpent about a month ago when their cat, Olive, dropped the critter on their living room floor, according to a Facebook post
. The family was bewildered to see that a small, speckled snake with two heads attached to the same body, each one able to move its eyes, neck…

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