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Space News Update June 2018: Alien Asteroids and MarsCopter!

Rhiannon Williams 2018-06-02

Header Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech This time spacefans we have an alien! Ok it’s an asteroid, but anyway ANCIENT ALIEN ASTEROID There are many asteroids in the Solar system, they are not all equal however. After the recent visit by Oumuamua…

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Space News May 2018

Rhiannon Williams 2018-05-12

This time spacefans, we’re celbrating the successful launch of NASA’s InSight mission, a long awaited return to the Moon, and rocks where they shouldn’t be! INSIGHT SAFELY LAUNCHED On May 5th 2018, the InSight lander successfully launched from Vandenberg Air…

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Space News Update April 2018

Rhiannon Williams 2018-04-07

This time space fans, we have the Kepler replacement mission, Marsquakes, missing matter and a very distant star! TESS TO LAUNCH APRIL 16—JUST IN TIME TO TAKE OVER FROM KEPLER The newest exoplanet hunter is due to launch from Florida…

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Space News Update-March 2018

Rhiannon Williams 2018-03-03

This time spacefans we have news about the early Univesre and the diversity of water! SIGNALS FROM EARLIEST STARS DETECTED As you all know, 180 million years after the Big Bang is one heck of a long time ago! So…

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Space News Update – February 2018

Rhiannon Williams 2018-02-10

Technical difficulties may have pushed things back a week, but never fear, we’re still here and are able to include the Falcon Heavy launch while it’s still fresh, so every cloud etc.. So this time space fans we have some…

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Space News Update Jan 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2018-01-06

I hope all you spacefans had a fantastic holiday season and that your waistlines and hangovers are regaining a normal state of equilibrium. This time we have brown dwarfs an imaginary Mars and news on Tabby’s Star. BROWN DWARFS A…

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Space News Update: December 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2017-12-09

This time spacefans we’re looking more closely at some of my favourite exoplanets, an unusual black hole and have you ever wondered what the Solar system sounds like? Now you can find out! WASP 18-b HAS SMOTHERING ATMOSPHERE As we…

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Space News Update – November 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2017-11-05

This time spacefans we’re doing a jigsaw puzzle with the young Mars and the young Earth to help us see beneath… MARS MAY WELL HAVE HAD THE SAME OCEANS AS THE EARLY EARTH Deep sea hydrothermal vents have long been…

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Space News Update october 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2017-10-07

This time spacefans, we’ve some history to celebrate with the Apollo missions and the 60th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik, we’re also looking at Tabby’s Star and how you can go to mars! LETS GET LUNAR Lets start with…

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So Long Cassini And Thanks For All The Science

Rhiannon Williams 2017-09-16

The ending of one of NASA and the European Space Agency’s most successful ever missions was marked by a dramatic poignant silence as the radio signal ended at precisely 4:55:46 a.m. PDT (7:55:46 a.m. EDT) Friday morning, after NASA received…

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Space News Update

Rhiannon Williams 2017-09-02

I hope all of you spacefans that could, enjoyed the Solar eclipse without retinal damage.This month we bid farewell to Cassini and look ahead to the future InSight mission to Mars, plus the Breakthrough Listen project has been picking up…

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SOLAR ECLIPSE SAFETY

Rhiannon Williams 2017-08-21

Earlier this month, I did a write-up on the upcoming Solar eclipse. However, not everyone will have read it or paid attention. Here at INN, we really hope all of you who can will enjoy this rare astronomical event to the fullest…

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VR Level Up – Inverse Kinematics

Turk Fezzik 2017-08-20

Kinematics is the study of bodies in motion irrespective of mass and forces acting upon a rigid body. Forward kinematics equations compute the position of the end of a jointed system given information about the position of the joints. Inverse…

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Space News Update: August 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2017-08-05

So this time space fans, we’re starting a bit closer to home as for all of you lucky people in the USA, you hopefully get to see a full Solar eclipse on the 21st August. As I’m sure you know,…