Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway

United States going to build Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway costing 2.7B$

The Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway was one of several projects funded in President Donald Trump’s $19.9 billion NASA budget proposal for 2019. It would work similarly to the International Space Station. The lunar platform will orbit the moon not the Earth. It is going to finish by 2023. Robert Lightfoot, NASA’s acting administrator, said “The platform would “help us further explore the moon and its resources and translate that experience toward human missions to Mars”. The power and propulsion element is going to lunch in 2022. This element would use solar electric propulsion to keep the gateway in the appropriate position in space. It also would provide space  to Earth, space to lunar and spacecraft to spacecraft communications, as well as support communication for spacewalks. Lasers would be transferred according to a Feb. 13 NASA web post.

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The Next Upcoming Full Moons

We have already witnessed a Blue Super Blood moon on January 31. This was a rare phenomenon that had happened the last month.
So, as we know a full moon can be only once in a month, but when it is happened twice in a month it is called unusual phenomenon. The very bright example is the Blue Blood moon.
This article will provide you interesting information about our astronomical calendar, that is going to happen.
The meaning of a full moon.
Every 29,5 days we witnessed the full moon’s face, and each month’s full moon has a unique name. This view happens when the earth comes between the sun and the moon.
Below you can read about the completed list of upcoming full moons, the dates: when they are going to fall on.

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Ferrari 488 Pista

Ferrari 488 Pista Coming Soon

Ferrari 488 Pista is going to be shown the next month’s 2018 during the Geneva International Motor Show. Powering the 488 Pista is the familiar 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 now tuned to deliver 710 horsepower. Thanks to the combination of more power and less weight, the 488 Pista will sprint to 62 mph in only 2.8 seconds and top out at 211 mph. In comparison, the 488 GTB needs 3.0 seconds to hit 62 mph and tops out at 205 mph. The new model weighs an impressive 90 kg less than the 488 GTB.

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Giant Magellan Telescope

Giant Magellan Telescope which costs about $1 billion

The Giant Magellan Telescope Organization is going to build giant Telescope ever with a mirror. It will be completed in 2025. When it is completed, it will be the largest telescope in the world. It will comprise of seven 8.4m diameter the main segments. The Giant Magellan Telescope will be 10 times more powerful than Hubble Space Telescope.  This can allow astronomers to study the space deeper.

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The Mysteries of Cuttlefish Camouflage

Today we will reveal the mysteries of the Cuttlefish that is really impressive. Octopus, squid, and cuttlefish can change their skin’s colors, patterns, and textures in ways not seen anywhere else in the animal kingdom. You see what looks to be a clump of seaweed, and then it suddenly springs to life in the form of a retreating cephalopod. The changing of skin texture is a particularly impressive skill it is one that marine biologists are now a step closer to understanding. Cuttlefish has a unique muscular organ in their skin that, when expressed, exhibits skin bumps called papillae.

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Hubble Watches Neptune’s Mysterious Shrinking Storm

Hubble watches Neptune’s Mysterious Shrinking Storm. Three billion miles away on the farthest known main planet in our solar system, an ominous, dark storm – once big enough to stretch across the Atlantic Ocean from Boston to Portugal – is shrinking out of existence as seen in pictures of Neptune taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Immense dark storms on Neptune were first discovered in the late 1980s by NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft. Since then, only Hubble has had the sharpness in blue light to track these elusive features that have played a game of peek-a-boo over the years. Hubble found two dark storms that appeared in the mid-1990s and then vanished.

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Aspark Owl Electric Supercar Accelerate 0-60mph in under 2 seconds

Aspark Owl Electric Supercar Accelerate 0-60 in under 2 seconds. There’s a new electric supercar brewing in Japan, and during testing one of the prototypes managed to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 1.92 seconds. The car is the Aspark Owl, which was rolled out in concept form during the 2017 Frankfurt auto show, and importantly it’s performance gives to the claims that electric performance cars will be delivering 0-60 mph times in under 2.0 seconds very soon. Recall, Tesla is promising similar performance for its next-generation Roadster, which is due in 2020.

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NASA’s exoplanet-hunting space telescope has arrived two months ahead of its planned launch

NASA’s exoplanet-hunting space telescope has arrived two months ahead of its planned launch. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) was delivered via truck to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on Monday (Feb. 12), agency officials said. The spacecraft made the journey from the Dulles, Virginia, facilities of the aerospace company Orbital ATK, which had spent the last year building and testing TESS. TESS is scheduled to lift off atop a Space X Falcon 9 rocket no earlier than April 16 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which is next door to KSC.

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Physicist Takes Incredible Photo of a Single Atom

David Nadlinger takes incredible photo of a single atom suspended between electric fields using a standard digital single-lens reflex camera. On Monday It is announced the council that organized the U.K. photography competition. “The idea of being able to see a single atom with the naked eye had struck me as a wonderfully direct and visceral bridge between the miniscule quantum world and our macroscopic reality,” Nadlinger said according to an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council press release.

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