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Meteorite Older Than Earth Found at Australia’s Lake Eyre

Posted: January 10th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Astronomy, Astronomy, Cankler Science News | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Meteorite Older Than Earth Found at Australia’s Lake Eyre

 

Meteorite Older Than Earth via Curtin University

A meteorite estimated to be 4.5 billion years old has been recovered by Perth researchers from a remote part of Lake Eyre in outback South Australia. In a race against time, the geologists dug the 1.7-kilogram meteorite out just hours before heavy rains would have wiped away any trace of it.

The team from Curtin University had been trying to track the fall site since the meteorite was spotted by locals and five remote cameras in late November in the William Creek and Marree areas. But on New Year’s Eve, as heavy rains brewed a downpour, the team found their needle in a haystack. Read the full article »»»»


Worth a Thousand Words: The World Outside My Window

Posted: December 6th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Astronomy | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Worth a Thousand Words: The World Outside My Window

Worth a Thousand Words: The World Outside My Window

It’s been a week of speechless moments, a time taken over by imagery. Capping the week off is an edit by David Peterson, and though it’s hard to go wrong with any image shot from the International Space Station, Mr Petersons’s edit of time lapse images is an appropriate way to round off a speechless week, my words are worthless here, check the video :: Read the full article »»»»


Australian Researchers Discover 280 New Moon Craters

Posted: June 20th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Astronomy, NASA, National Aeronautics Space Administration, SPACE | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Australian Researchers Discover 280 New Moon Craters

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Australian researchers have discovered 280 new craters on the Moon by combining data about its gravity and surface for the first time. The project, undertaken by a team from Perth’s Curtin University – kicked-off by a Federal Government grant – developed a high-resolution image of the earth’s gravity. Researchers then applied the same technique to the Moon which allowed them to reveal more detailed basins that had never been mapped :: Read the full article »»»»


Kepler-62 Most Earth Like Planets

Posted: April 19th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Astronomy, NASA, National Aeronautics Space Administration, SPACE | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on Kepler-62 Most Earth Like Planets

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Astronomers using a potent NASA space telescope to search for life say they have found planets which are the most Earth-like candidates yet. Two of the five planets orbiting a Sun-like star called Kepler-62 are squarely in the habitable zone – not too hot, not too cold, possibly bearing water – NASA scientists report in the journal Science :: Read the full article »»»»


China Plans on Expanding Market Gardens, Mars and the Moon!?

Posted: December 10th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Astronomy, Favorite New Thought, From The Web | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on China Plans on Expanding Market Gardens, Mars and the Moon!?

China Plans on Expanding Market Gardens, Mars and the MoonOur most favourite behemoth – China – and the worlds second largest economy, are planning on expanding rural production much farther than their earthly borders. The worlds most populous nation is preparing to grow fresh vegetables on Mars and the Moon after researchers completed a preliminary test in Beijing.

Chinese state media has reported that researchers are currently testing their wild theory here on earth, four kinds of vegetables were grown in an Ecological Life Support System, a 300 cubic metre cabin which will allow astronauts to develop their own stocks of air, water and food while on space missions.

The system, which relies on plants and algae, is “expected to be used in extra-terrestrial bases on the Moon or Mars”, Xinhua news agency. Participants in the experiment could “harvest fresh vegetables for meals”, Xinhua quoted Deng Yibing, a researcher at Beijing’s Chinese Astronaut Research and Training Centre, as saying :: Read the full article »»»»