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July 03, 2015
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X-raying ion channels
Trieste, Italy (SPX) Jun 28, 2015
"In this field, x-ray crystallography is considered the ultimate form of evidence: if something is demonstrated with this technique, then it just has to be true" explains SISSA professor Vincent Torre. Torre coordinated a study just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) which used x-ray crystallography to demonstrate that the "selectivity filter" of ion channels is dynamic rather than rigid, thereby contributing to the solution to a long-standing debate among biop ... read more
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18 holes in outer space: Comet's crater's revealed
After billions of years of solitary travel through cold, dark outer space, comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko has recently yielded many secrets, often surprising ones, to the prodding of Europe's Rosetta spacecraft. ... more
STELLAR CHEMISTRY

Universe's first stars left unique chemical signatures
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are on the case of the missing alpha star signatures. Scientist Brian Bucher recently made a breakthrough in predicting what the universe's first generation of stars might look like - chemically speaking. ... more
TIME AND SPACE

NASA missions monitor a waking black hole
NASA's Swift satellite detected a rising tide of high-energy X-rays from the constellation Cygnus on June 15, just before 2:32 p.m. EDT. About 10 minutes later, the Japanese experiment on the Intern ... more
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Seeing a supernova in a new light
Type Ia supernovae are the "standard candles" astrophysicists use to chart distance in the Universe. But are these dazzling exploding stars truly all the same To answer this, scientists must first u ... more


SKY NIGHTLY

Florida Tech lightning research deepens understanding of sprite formation
A new study led by Florida Institute of Technology Professor Ningyu Liu has improved our understanding of a curious luminous phenomenon that happens 25 to 50 miles above thunderstorms. These s ... more
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Million-mile journey to an asteroid begins for ASU-built instrument
A journey that will stretch millions of miles and take years to complete begins with a short trip to a loading dock. The OSIRIS-REx Thermal Emission Spectrometer (OTES for short) is the first space ... more
EXO WORLDS

Precise ages of largest number of stars hosting planets ever measured
A new study of 33 Kepler stars with solar-like oscillations to be published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. The 33 Kepler stars have been selected for their solar like oscillat ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Iran nuclear talks set to drag into weekend -- and beyond

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Russia to loan Armenia $200 million for arms: Yerevan

McCain Blows His Top Over US Inability to Abandon Russian Rocket Engines

Europe teams up for next-gen mission control software

NASA Gears Up to Test Orion's Powerhouse

NovaWurks and Spaceflight Services set for payload test bed mission in 2017

TIME AND SPACE

New model of cosmic stickiness favors 'Big Rip' demise of universe
The universe can be a very sticky place, but just how sticky is a matter of debate. That is because for decades cosmologists have had trouble reconciling the classic notion of viscosity based on the ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Is the Universe Ringing Like a Crystal Glass
Many know the phrase "the big bang theory." There's even a top television comedy series with that as its title. According to scientists, the universe began with the "big bang" and expanded to the si ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Unexpectedly little black-hole monsters rapidly suck up surrounding matter
Using the Subaru Telescope, researchers at the Special Astrophysical Observatory in Russia and Kyoto University in Japan have found evidence that enigmatic objects in nearby galaxies - called ultra- ... more
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EXO LIFE

Water-Rich Moons Could Form in 'Goldilocks Zone'
Exomoons are the wildcard in the ongoing chase for habitable worlds. Astronomers have discovered more than 1,900 exoplanets, a few of which might be friendly to life, but no moons circling these ali ... more
TECH SPACE

JPL, Caltech Team Up to Tackle Big-Data Projects
There's a growing need among scientists and engineers for tools that can help them handle, explore and analyze big data. A new collaboration between NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Californ ... more
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Telescopes focus on target of ESA's asteroid mission
Telescopes around the globe recently homed in on one point in the sky, observing the paired Didymos asteroids - the target for ESA's proposed Asteroid Impact Mission. The 800 m-diameter main body is ... more
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NASA Wants to Nuke Asteroids That Threaten to Destroy Earth
NASA has joined forces with a nuclear arms agency to learn more about how to deflect, or possibly destroy with nuclear power, asteroids or comets that may collide with Earth and obliterate the plane ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Modeling fusions 'density limit' barrier
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have developed a detailed model of the source of a puzzling limitation on fusion reactions. The findin ... more
TIME AND SPACE

Producing spin-entangled electrons
A team from the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science, along with collaborators from several Japanese institutions, have successfully produced pairs of spin-entangled electrons and demonstrated, ... more
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New light in terahertz window
Yet it has the potential for numerous applications. In Physical Review Letters, scientists at Julich together with their international partners present a new concept that uses short-pulse lasers to ... more
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Hubble sees a 'behemoth' bleeding atmosphere around a warm exoplanet
Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have discovered an immense cloud of hydrogen dubbed "The Behemoth" bleeding from a planet orbiting a nearby star. The enormous, comet-like feature is ... more
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Giant galaxy is still growing
Astronomers expect that galaxies grow by swallowing smaller galaxies. But the evidence is usually not easy to see - just as the remains of the water thrown from a glass into a pond will quickly mer ... more
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FAA: Atlanta fireball was a meteor, not a plane crash

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How the brightest lights in the universe 'flicker'

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Astronomers explain why a star is so hot right now

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Intense radio emission from tiny binary star calls for stellar model rethink

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Iron: A biological element?

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Exposed water ice detected on comet's surface

Supercomputer model shows planet making waves in nearby debris disk

Monster black hole wakes up after 26 years

Giving atoms their marching orders

Cleaning Up Orbital Debris - Not!

Destructive power of bubbles could lead to new industrial applications

Rosetta tracks debris around comet

MIRO maps water in comet's coma

Russia to Land Space Vessel on Moon's Polar Region in 2019

NASA simulation suggests black holes may make ideal dark matter labs

Detecting exoplanets close to their host star

Over 800 dark galaxies found in the famous Coma Cluster

Neutron star's echoes give astronomers a new measuring stick

Nonphotosynthetic pigments could be biosignatures of life on other worlds

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Moon engulfed in permanent, lopsided dust cloud

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ALMA weighs supermassive black hole at center of distant spiral galaxy

Rosetta comet-chasing mission extended to September 2016

Astronomers create array of Earth-like planet models

Comet probe Philae dials home, 'doing very well'

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