Wednesday, July 6, 2022

The Large Hadron Collider gets back to work

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The Launchpad
Phew! NASA's CAPSTONE moon probe phones home again
(NASA/Daniel Rutter)
NASA's tiny CAPSTONE moon probe is back in touch with its handlers, ending a short but spooky silent period.
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Earth's magnetic field: Explained
(Elen11 via Getty Images)
Earth's magnetic field, also known as the geomagnetic field, is generated in our planet's interior and extends out into space, creating a region known as the magnetosphere.
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Large Hadron Collider scientists hail most powerful collisions ever as detector gets back to work
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is back and smashing particles at higher speed than ever before, exciting scientists with its upgraded potential.
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What was the name of the only SpaceX Starship prototype to land safely after its high-altitude flight test?
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VoteStarship Mk1
VoteSerial No. 15 (SN 15)
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Science & Astronomy
James Webb Space Telescope will watch smashing worlds in high definition
(ESO L. Calçada/N. Risinger)
After the James Webb Space Telescope finishes its commissioning period, one of the telescope's first-year investigations will include a close-up view of the strange colliding worlds of Beta Pictoris.
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Join us at The British Library, Saturday 16 July!
The countdown is on for a fantastic line-up of children's authors to come together at The British Library, live on stage, Hear from Sharna Jackson, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, Emma Carroll, Rob Biddulph, Phil Earle and more.
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How NASA will launch Mars samples off the Red Planet
The Mars Ascent Vehicle (MAV) is a small, lightweight, two-stage solid-propellant rocket with a big assignment: blast rock, sediment and atmospheric samples off Mars in the early 2030s, in the first-ever rocket launch from the surface of another planet.
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Mars sailplane prototype soars during early-stage tethered flight test in Arizona
(University of Arizona)
An early-stage Martian sailplane soared aloft, tethered to a balloon, as engineers ponder the possibilities to expand Red Planet flight.
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Telescopes & Binoculars
Celestron StarSense Explorer 8-inch Dobsonian telescope review
(Jamie Carter)
With the arrival of the Celestron StarSense Explorer 8-inch, are we witnessing the rebirth of the Dobsonian telescope?
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The best sci-fi movies and TV shows to stream on Netflix in July
We've compiled a list of the best science-fiction movies and television shows currently on Netflix.
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