NASA animations show how our Earth's climate has changed over the decades - and which influencing ...
Climate crisis worsens
Quick Glance: Worsening Climate Crisis: Nasa Data Reveals Alarming Trend
- Nasa animations show climate changes and influencing factors.
- Current data demonstrates significant impact of greenhouse gas emissions.
- Surface temperature development and exceeding global warming limit.
- Greenland and Antarctica losing large amounts of ice annually.
Quick Glance: Astronomers Uncover Rare Six-Planet Solar System
- Astronomers have discovered six exoplanets orbiting in harmonic rhythm around a nearby star, providing insights into planet formation and evolution.
- The six exoplanets orbit a bright star named HD110067, located in the Coma Berenices constellation in the northern sky.
- The planets are larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, belonging to a little-understood class of sub-Neptunes commonly found orbiting sunlike stars in the Milky Way.
- What makes this planetary system an unusual find is that little has changed since its formation over 1 billion years ago, shedding light on the evolution of planets and the origin of prevalent sub-Neptunes in our home galaxy.
Quick Glance: SpaceX Starship Launch: Loss and Progress
- Successful launch of SpaceX mega rocket Starship in Boca Chica, USA.
- Starship rocket lost after eight minutes following second launch.
- Image caption: Starship set to bring humans to the Moon for the first time since 1972.
- This SpaceX rocket will be crucial for Nasa’s Artemis program to return humans to the Moon.
NASA Tests Record-Breaking Laser Communicator on Psyche Spacecraft: For the first time, NASA has used lasers to transmit data from beyond the moon.
Quick Glance: Lost Space Tool Bag Tracked Down by Trash Monitors
- During a spacewalk on November 1, the NASA astronauts and ISS residents Jasmin Moghbeli and Loral O'Hara lost the bag.
- Mission Control determined after analyzing the trajectory that the risk of re-contacting the station is low and the crew and space station are safe.
- Astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell confirmed the bag is being tracked as a new orbital object.
- To spot the bag, sat-spotters should look a few minutes ahead of the ISS’s expected path.
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