Friday, October 18, 2019

Space News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Space News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

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Scottish nanosatellites to accelerate data collection, processing

Two Scottish nanosatellites built in Glasgow have been launched, with the goal of speeding up data collection and processing in space. Data collected by satellites...
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Co-operative Earth observation research policy report released

The European Commission’s EPIC Project has released new policy recommendations for co-operative Earth observation research projects between the EU and Singapore. The European-Pacific Partnership for...
Deep space exploration could be achieved with AI deep learning tool

Deep space exploration could be achieved with AI deep learning tool

Galaxy clusters are some of the most massive structures in the cosmos, but despite being millions of lightyears across, they’re still hard to spot...
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‘Oumuamua: is the first interstellar object to visit our solar system an alien spacecraft?

Astronomers discovered 'Oumuamua, the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system on October 19, 2017. But is it an alien spacecraft? The strange...
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Supermassive black holes: the new explanation of the direct formation of black holes

University of Western Ontario astrophysicists have discovered that emerging from a star remnant is not necessary for the direct formation of black holes. There was...
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CTA: multi messenger astronomy and a potential probe of extreme particle processes

Professor John Ellis FRS spoke to SciTech Europa about how the Cherenkov Telescope Array stands to impact on the fields of theoretical and particle...
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Will frozen sperm colonise space? Scientists confirm the viability of a human sperm bank...

Scientists have tested human sperm samples to find that they are viable in outer space and the possibility of a "human sperm bank outside...
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Does cool halo gas prolong galaxy growth? The W. M. Keck observatory findings

A group of astronomers have found that cool halo gas spins in the same direction as the galactic disks of typical star-forming galaxies. The finding...
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Classifying spiral galaxies: citizen scientists question the Hubble model

The Hubble model of classifying spiral galaxies is widely used in astronomy. However, citizen scientists have questioned the authoritative classification based on new evidence. The...
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CTA and Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope: probing the high energy Universe

Professor Julie McEnery, NASA’s Fermi Project Scientist, tells SciTech Europa about what the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) will bring to astrophysics, and how Fermi...

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