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How GRACE Satellites of NASA Detect Motions in the Core of our Earth?

How GRACE Satellites of NASA Detect Motions in the Core of our EarthA research team at the Université de Strasbourg is using a new mathematical approach to sift through nearly 2 decades of measurements from GRACE satellites (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment) of NASA. The fluid outer core Continue reading

World’s Largest Space Telescope started journey on Earth before its Ride to Space

World’s Largest Space Telescope started journey on Earth before its Ride to SpaceNASA has launched James Webb Space Telescope and it will experience one of the most stressful deployment processes any spacecraft has ever endorsed. But the telescope has to complete a final journey on Earth before it Continue reading

Experimental Quiet Supersonic Aircraft X-59 from NASA is Ready

Experimental Quiet Supersonic Aircraft X 59 from NASA is ReadyNASA worked hard for its first large scale piloted X-plane for more than 3 decades. It is now cleared for final assembly integration of its systems amid a major project review by senior managers that took place on Thursday in Washington Continue reading