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Paul Edward Turley Sr, 80

Born April 24, 1938

Died September 19, 2018

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Born August 13, 1939

Died September 19, 2018

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Born January 28, 1932

Died September 18, 2018

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Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

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They Made It! Japan's Two Hopping Rovers Successfully Land on Asteroid Ryugu - Space.com
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Space.comThey Made It! Japan s Two Hopping Rovers Successfully Land on Asteroid RyuguSpace.comThe suspense is over: Two tiny hopping robots have successfully landed on an asteroid called Ryugu — and they ve even sent back some wild postcards from their new home. The tiny rovers are part of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency s Hayabusa2 ...Japan successfully lands robot rovers on an asteroid s surfaceCNNJapanese mini-rovers send back their first images as they hop around an asteroidGeekWireHistory: Japan lands two mobile rovers on asteroidWashington ExaminerThe Japan Times -The Inquisitr -FRANCE 24 -Deutsche Welleall 215 news articles »

Elon Musk just gave the most revealing look yet at the rocket ship SpaceX is building to fly to the moon and Mars - Business Insider
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Business InsiderElon Musk just gave the most revealing look yet at the rocket ship SpaceX is building to fly to the moon and MarsBusiness InsiderElon Musk recently announced plans to launch a Japanese billionaire around the moon in a new SpaceX launch system. Musk shared new illustrations of the system, called Big Falcon Rocket or BFR, along with photographs of its hardware. The pictures ...How SpaceX s huge BFR spaceship for Mars has changedNBCNews.comVancouver artist hopes to fulfill ridiculous dream by joining SpaceX moon missionCTV NewsSpaceX gives us a glimpse of its Mars base visionEngadgetFinancial Express -India Times -INQUIRER.net -The Indian Expressall 135 news articles »

Strange Movement Has Been Detected Near San Andreas Fault - I4U News
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

I4U NewsStrange Movement Has Been Detected Near San Andreas FaultI4U NewsGeoscientists have detected unexpected movement in the San Bernardino basin near the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults. The vertical movement, dubbed Deep Creek, is happening 10 km below the Earth s surface and is likely to be responsible for ...San Andreas Fault: The Big One Is Inevitable —but What Will Happen When It Hits?Newsweek Deep Creep Movement Near San Andreas, San Jacinto Faults Explains Unusual California EarthquakesThe Inquisitrall 5 news articles »

How Do Flat-Earthers Explain the Equinox? We Investigated. - Brinkwire (press release)
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

How Do Flat-Earthers Explain the Equinox? We Investigated.Brinkwire (press release)The autumn equinox is upon us. On Saturday (Sept. 22), the sun will shine directly on the Earth s equator, autumn will officially begin in the northern hemisphere, and the length of day and night will be nearly equal across the globe … or, “across the ...and more »

The lunar gateway: a shortcut to Mars? - The Guardian
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

The GuardianThe lunar gateway: a shortcut to Mars?The GuardianSpaceflight will mark an important milestone this year – when Nasa celebrates the 50th anniversary of US astronauts reaching the moon. In December 1968 Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders – on Apollo 8 – swept over the lunar surface and captured ...and more »

Japanese supply ship heads to space station after delays - Washington Post
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Washington PostJapanese supply ship heads to space station after delaysWashington PostTOKYO — An unmanned Japanese space capsule is headed to the International Space Station filled with cargo including food, experiments and new batteries. The craft was launched Sunday at 2:52 a.m. from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern ...New sample return capability launches with Japanese space station freighterSpaceflight NowKounotori 7 cargo resupply mission on its way to ISSSpaceFlight InsiderJapanese Cargo Ship Launching Toward Space Station Today: Watch LiveSpace.comNHK WORLD -GeekWire -South China Morning Postall 210 news articles »

NASA seeks dismissal of moon dust lawsuit filed in Kansas - Houston Chronicle
Posted on Friday September 21, 2018

Houston ChronicleNASA seeks dismissal of moon dust lawsuit filed in KansasHouston Chronicle1of 26PHOTOS: Moon dust memories Laura Murray Cicco has sued NASA so she can keep a vial of moon dust that she says Neil Armstrong gave her when she was young. (Photo: Christopher McHugh). >>>See the mementos Neil Armstrong brought back ...Russian space chief: No 2nd-tier status with NASA outpostWTNH.com (press release) We don t want 2nd fiddle role : Russia may drop lunar station project with NASA, mulls ownRTRussian space chief vague on moon outpost plansKRQE News 13vestnik kavkaza -Express.co.uk -The New Indian Express -RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyall 354 news articles »

Mutant Green Crabs Are Mean, and They're Invading Maine's Waters - Live Science
Posted on Friday September 21, 2018

Live ScienceMutant Green Crabs Are Mean, and They re Invading Maine s WatersLive ScienceAn aggressive breed of green crab is invading Maine s waters. The crabs (Carcinus maenas) threaten blue mussels, soft-shell clams and the eelgrass beds off the state s rocky coast. The crustaceans are also just plain nasty: Researchers who work with ...Angry Canadian crabs invade coast of MaineMother Nature NetworkAngry mutant green crabs are destroying everything in their pathBrinkwire (press release)Irked Canadian crabs creating havoc in the coast of MaineInternational Business Times, Singapore EditionThe Inquisitr -teleSUR English -Sputnik Internationalall 55 news articles »

Rover Team Confident Curiosity Will Bounce Back from Glitch - Space.com
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Space.comRover Team Confident Curiosity Will Bounce Back from GlitchSpace.comIt s still unclear exactly what s ailing NASA s Curiosity Mars rover, but mission team members are optimistic they can get the six-wheeled robot up and running again. Since last Saturday night (Sept. 15), Curiosity has had trouble beaming home to Earth ...NASA s Mars MAVEN Craft Captures Selfie on Fourth BirthdayNewsweekNASA Seeking Partner in Contest to Name Next Mars RoverJet Propulsion LaboratoryNASA to conduct contest to name next Mars rover in 2019Business StandardSocial News Daily -thechiefobserver.com -The First News (press release) -Brinkwire (press release)all 69 news articles »

Discovery of Galileo's Long-Lost Letter Shows He Edited His Heretical Ideas to Fool the Inquisition - Scientific American
Posted on Friday September 21, 2018

Scientific AmericanDiscovery of Galileo s Long-Lost Letter Shows He Edited His Heretical Ideas to Fool the InquisitionScientific AmericanIt had been hiding in plain sight. The original letter — long thought lost — in which Galileo Galilei first set down his arguments against the church s doctrine that the Sun orbits the Earth has been discovered in a misdated library catalogue in London.Newly discovered letter by Galileo resolves puzzling historical mysteryArs TechnicaSerendipitous Discovery Reveals Galileo Tried to Trick InquisitorsSputnik Internationalall 8 news articles »