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This article was first published in the SN Military.Space newsletter. If you would like to get our news and insights for national security space professionals every Tuesday, sign up here for your free subscription. During a recent conversation with a senior defense official about the changes coming to military space, he pointed out that under the proposed reorganization
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[Illustration] Life in the Ediacaran Sea.Open Source | Ryan Somma | Wikimedia Commons According to the fossil record, much of life as we know it today appeared on Earth nearly 540 million years ago in an event that paleontologists refer to as the Cambrian Explosion. The fossilized remains of many of these marine critters (such as
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A relatively complete skeleton of a long-necked, long-tailed plant-eater excavated from a rocky cliff above a Tanzanian river is providing insight into the early evolution of a dinosaur group that later included Earth’s largest-ever land animals. The Cretaceous Period dinosaur Mnyamawamtuka in its environmental setting is seen in this illustration released in
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WASHINGTON — SpaceX has filed a protest over the award of a launch contract to United Launch Alliance for a NASA planetary science mission, claiming it could carry out the mission for significantly less money. The protest, filed with the Government Accountability Office (GAO) Feb. 11, is regarding a NASA procurement formally known as RLSP-35.
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Opportunity took this self-portrait in December 2004NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell On Wednesday, NASA officially concluded the mission of its Opportunity rover. The spacecraft, which first landed on Mars in January 2004, was continuously operating on Mars providing valuable scientific data until NASA lost contact with it during a dust
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