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NASA's Lunar X-ray Observatory has captured images of cosmic events,

The Chandra X-ray Observatory (CXO), launched by NASA on July 23, 1999, is a flagship-class space telescope. Chandra X-rays captured many stunning images of cosmic phenomena over its two decades of work.And the most iconic supernova remnant of these is Cassopia a.  Located at a distance of about 11,000 light years from our Earth, is A, such as a shining debris field after a massive star burst, called A.  When a star's fuel runs out, it collapses on its own, and is known as a supernova.It is seen as one of the brightest objects in the universe.  The same astronomers believe that the supernova explosion occurred around the year 1680. 
Launched on August 26, 1999, the Chandra X-ray detected several images, near the center of a complex pattern of debris spreading from a broken star, and for the first time a dense object called a neutron star, it called a supernova  Also left behind.The data from the Hubble Space Telescope have been combined with the X-ray data "Great Observatory,&…

Crew moved Russian Soyuz spacecraft to different port.

The Soyuz rocket successfully docked the MS-13 spacecraft with three expedition 60 members, for the space station's Poisk module.Transfer to MS-13 spacecraft was done at 11:59 pm, successful transfer!  At 11:59 pm ET, the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft docked the Poisk module from Space_Station, and a second docking effort was carried out on Monday night.  

The crew of Alexander Skovartsov of Roscosmos, Luca Permitano of ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA's Andrew Morgan from the aft port of the station's Zvezda module are then unloaded at 11:35 pm. 

Skvortsov flew on the spacecraft from a distance of about 124 feet (38 m) from the space dock.  The move freed the port for an undisclosed Soyuz MS-14, which is currently on a secure documentary above and behind the space station, a second docking attempt was made on Monday night to execute on the Zvezda port  , And the so-called KURS automated approximation system has been tested.  And the correct work is in order.

NASA TV coverage of…

Second docking effort for Russian spacecraft planned for Monday night

On Saturday, August 24, met with NASA's International Space Station managers and international partners, as plans were to approve a second spectacular and docking effort for the unilateral Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft to be held on Monday August 26.

The same Soyuz's initial docking effort was terminated, as Russian officials say, that the posk module docking port of the automatic resize system was a suspected problem.  A solid telemetry lock could not be achieved on that docking port through the dosing system.  The same unplugged Soyuz is currently orbiting a safe distance from the ISS to make all of its systems function normally.

A second docking effort will be made for Soyuz at 10:12 pm on Monday night.  Central time, 11:12 am.  NASA TV coverage of the docking will begin at 9:30 pm on Monday night.Central time, 10:30 am.On 20 July and a manual docking for the Poisk module by Undock and Soyuz Commander Skovartsov for a 25-minute Soyuz relocation maneuver.The cursive suspect unit for …

NASA's TARS space telescope discovered a planet named LTT 1445 a b.

A planet named LTT 1445 a b has been discovered by the Harvard Center for Astrophysics Team, using data from NASA's TARS space telescope.It is a kind of exoplanet planet, one of 12 discoveries discovered by NASA.LTT 1445 a b is about 1.4 times larger than planet Earth, and is a sky planet, one-star wars' tetuin - three stars instead of two, and the planet has been added to the exoplanet archive.The LTT 1445 a b  planet swallows a B under three red suns.It is only 22 light years away from our Earth, it is a rocky planet.      

The LTT 1445 A b takes only five days to orbit a star around its star, its scorching near-orbit helps explain why its surface is based on temperatures in the order of 320 degrees Fahrenheit (160 Celsius) -  Equivalent to a preheated oven.It is about 22 light years away from our Earth.One "year" on this world, which is about 22 light years away from Earth.The planet itself is a stationary orbit around its star, and it also revolves around its star…

NASA launches ninth ROCKSAT-X rocket.

Launched by NASA, it was the ninth RockSAT-X payload. For which the student scientists worked hard, and launched with the successful liftoff of their RockSat-X mission.This experiment was done this morning on August 13,student scientists conducted experiments up to an altitude of 96 miles before returning to Earth for review.
The ROCSAT-X program, performed every year by NASA, is a program designed for students to learn and apply skills in building experiments of suborbital space flights.  More than 200 university students across the United States witnessed the launch of their experiments on a NASA sub-orbiting rocket.The student scientist had the opportunity to learn the basics of electrical and mechanical engineering. Wherever, this rocket was a great way to get this experience.Launching and watching the work with NASA engineers has been a real experience for the student scientist.

The event, organized in conjunction with the Colorado Space Grant Consortium, has proven to be excellent…

NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mms- measured high-resolution Interplanetary Shock.

NASA's spacecraft Magnetospheric Multiscale mission -mms-, some time ago, measured the high-resolution of the Interplanetary Shock. It is a shock. And these shocks occur everywhere in the universe, they are made up of particles and electromagnetic waves, which are projected by the Sun.In order to learn about large universal events, we need to measure the Interplanetary Shock at the right time.

What is interplanetary shock.

Interplanetary Shock is a type of collisionless shock - those where particles transfer energy through electromagnetic fields rather than bouncing directly into each other.  These collision shocks are a phenomenon found throughout the universe, including supernovas, black holes, and distant stars.  Interplanetary shocks begin with the sun's rays, as it continuously releases currents of charged particles called solar wind. 

Solar wind comes in two ways - slow and fast.  When a strong current of solar wind overtakes a slow current, it produces a shock wave, such a…

Hubble Telescope searched two attached Galaxy.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope some time ago discovered two galaxies, which pair perfectly, like a twin sister, it looks like a worm, this pair of luminescent creatures is actually a galaxy. The two are due to their gravitational attraction to each other.  Is attached to  Galaxy The pair is named UGC 2369 by NASA.  The mutual gravitational attraction of galaxies is drawing them closer, distorting their shapes in the protons. 

Such common phenomena occur when two galaxies interact with each other. For large galaxies such as our Milky Way, most of these interactions involve so-called dwarf galaxies.In some billion years from today, some significant event may occur. With our Milky Way galaxy, this massive event will occur in about four billion years, when it collides with its larger neighbor Andromeda galaxy.

According to NASA's LRO and Messenger spacecraft, the Moon and Mercury are likely to have water.

LRO and Messenger This is both a NASA spacecraft, studied by LRO and Messenger on the Moon and Mercury.According to the study, there is a possibility of water in Moon and Mercury.If seen, the Earth's satellite Moon and Mercury are both the closest planets to the Sun, the same according to NASA's new study of LRO and Messenger, that snow is more likely to occur than before, in craters near the poles of both the moon and Mercury.  If seen, shallow pits on the moon are located in areas where the surface is near the south pole of the moon, where the sun's rays fall short, and  It has been estimated, it is most likely to accumulate thick ice. 

Space Telescopes and Mercury are orbiting, according to observations of spacecraft, Mercury has glacier-like ice deposits, but this type of ice is not yet on the Moon. But thick ice is also present on the Moon.  Scientists at the Lunar Reconnaissance Project at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center have said that this potential reservoir …

NASA's Juno spacecraft spotted striking vista in Jupiter.

Jupiter is the largest planet of solar composite, Jupiter is made of gas, and this is the time in the juster. The day is therefore. A few days ago, NASA's spacecraft juno has seen striking Vista during the closest flight of Jupiter.
This scene highlights the opposite between the South Eyequalial Belt of the Junker and most white southern tropical region, and Jupiter is the famous event, the anthecycologic storm, which we know as the Great Red Spot.
NASA's scientific Kevin M Gill has created this image from the use of data of spacecraft junk junki mark junk. The jawo ranked by June junko was run at 9:37 am. At the last year, Juno Space Yan demonstrated on the PDT (21 July 2019, at 12:37 pm EDT), as the 21st closest flyer of Jupo, Juno Space Yan was above the amount of junk, the juno was about 26,697 miles (4299 miles (4299 kilometers away from the top of the clouds and the latitude from the top of the clouds.

SpaceX is ready for its next mission AMOS-17.

This year has been great for SpaceX, the workhors rocket and Falcon 9 of SpaceX have been a successful year for launch. Spacex's rocket Falcon 9 has seven flight and seven successful landing  Now SpaceX is ready for its next mission AMOS-17.  The same spacex has confirmed, where is the ceo elon musk of spaceX,
  That static fire examination of Falcon 9 has been completed, and the same data was being assessed,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The successful static fire examination of Spacex is not considered a large milestone, because another Falcon 9 rocket was destroyed by the AMOS-6 satellite on September 1, 2016, as a result of the discrepancy during the static fire test, the launch of the launch of the interface of the launch of the static fir…

Hubble Space Telescope Traces Outer Reaches of a Galaxy.

A galaxy has been seen in the universe, which is exactly like our Milky Way galaxy in appearance, the glossy streak of this galaxy is spotted with luminous blisters and material pockets, it is a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NGC 3432 looks at this galaxy, which is directly oriented to us from our vantage point on Earth.  Because the spiral arms and luminous cores of the galaxy are hidden, and we see a thin strip of its very outer reaches.  Dark bands of the same Cosmic Dust, and patches of varying brightness and pink fields of star formation help create the true shape of NGC 3432 - but it's somewhat challenging right now!  And Observatories like the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope have seen spiral galaxies in every way, and NASA astronomers c…

NASA is partnering with 12 American companies for the Artemis mission.

American Space Agency NASA has just announced a few time ago, is partnering with 13 US companies, which will bring significant technologies to the moon for NASA's Artemis missions.And NASA will help in establishing a permanent human presence in space, and further with the cooperation of companies.
NASA has selected 13 American companies from 19 American companies to mature industry-developed space technologies, and to maintain American leadership in space.  It was first 12 American in 2018.
NASA's Artemis Mission.  
NASA has planned to launch human beings with the Artemis program by 2024, the same companies are developing new technologies; NASA announces Mission Artemis, announces the schedule of Moon Mission Artemis, launched in 2024  Gone.Under NASA's mission Artemis, NASA will also launch eight programs by 2024.  Before a person can reach the moon, NASA will also make a small station on the moon.  And through this mission the man will go to the moon, after about half a cen…