Where is the International Space Station now? SpaceX launches supplies to the site from the Kennedy Space Center

Florida – CNN reports that SpaceX will attempt again to get a new batch of supplies to the International Space Station this weekend after bad weather at the launch site forced the company to scrap its first attempt. The mission is scheduled to lift off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 2:20 p.m. … Read more

The Webb telescope discovers an unprecedented exoplanet in deep space

The powerful Webb telescope doesn’t need to take pretty pictures to revolutionize our understanding of the universe. The space observatory — which successfully reached its outpost a million miles from Earth this year — astronomers have focused on the Saturn-like exoplanet (WASP-39 b). It is a hot gas giant closely orbiting a star 700 light-years … Read more

What is the average exoplanet? The European Space Agency’s next ARIEL mission should provide answers

Artist’s impression of Ariel en route to Lagrange Point 2 (L2). Here, the spacecraft is protected … [+] from the sun and have a clear view of the whole sky. ESA / STFC RAL Space / UCL / Europlanet-Science Office Five thousand extrasolar planets have been discovered, and we still don’t have a standard model … Read more

The Webb telescope makes another discovery on a distant exoplanet

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news of amazing discoveries, scientific advances, and more. CNN – The James Webb Space Telescope has captured a detailed molecular and chemical image of a distant planet’s sky, another first record for the exoplanet science community. WASP-39b, better known as Bocaprins, can be … Read more

WhatNot is offering a Black Friday prize for a free trip to space

This is the web version of the dot.LA daily newsletter. Sign up for the latest news on tech, startups, and venture capital in Southern California. Direct shopping and auction platform Whatnot earned the coveted .LA Startup of the Year spot, so it’s clear the company was destined for greatness. So perhaps it’s no surprise that … Read more

An expert suggests a way to find out if we’re all living in a computer program: ScienceAlert

Physicists have long struggled to explain why the universe began with conditions suitable for the development of life. Why do physical laws and constants take on the very specific values ​​that allow stars, planets, and ultimately life to evolve? The stretching force of the universe, dark energy, for example, is much weaker than theory suggests … Read more