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Former NASA administrator Charles Bolden recently opened up their experiences with systemic anti-black racism, a solar observatory spotted its 4,000th comet and NASA’s human spaceflight office gets a…

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Scientists Peer Inside an Asteroid – Is Bennu in the Process of Spinning Itself Into Pieces? – SciTechDaily

New findings from NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission suggest that the interior of the asteroid Bennu could be weaker and less dense than its outer layers—like a crème-filled…

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This series of images taken by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft shows Bennu in one full rotation from a distance of around 50 miles (80 km). The spacecraft’s PolyCam camera obtained the thirty-six 2.2-millisecond frames over a period of four hours and 18 minutes. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/University of Arizona
New findings from NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission suggest that the interior of the asteroid Bennu could be weaker and less dense than its outer layers—like a crème-filled chocolate egg…

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Stretch Of Unsettled Weather Coming, Followed By Halloween Blue Moon, Time To Fall Back – Brookfield Daily Voice

The passage of a cold front has led to dry weather and a dramatic drop in temperatures, making it feel like fall again.Sunday, Oct. 25 will feel like fall again….

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The passage of a cold front has led to dry weather and a dramatic drop in temperatures, making it feel like fall again.
Sunday, Oct. 25 will feel like fall again. There will be a mix of clouds and sun with a slight chance of afternoon showers. The high temperature will only be around 50 degrees.
Rain becomes likely at night, mainly after 10 p.m., followed by showers later on overnight.
There will be more spotty showers at times on Monday, Oct. 26, which will be cloudy with the. high temperature…

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How the world came to understand black holes – EarthSky

Earlier this month, Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez split the 2020 physics Nobel Prize for decades of work on black holes. Click here to learn more…

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Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez. They are joint winners of 2020’s Nobel Prize in physics for their work on black holes. Image via Nobel Media.
Earlier this month (October 6, 2020), the Nobel Prize in physics was announced for two groundbreaking discoveries in astrophysics, both centered on black holes. Half of 2020s prize went to mathematician Roger Penrose of the University of Oxford for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity….

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