by | June 29, 2019 | 18:30

The global " Residential Solar Energy Storage Market " report delivers a comprehensive and systematic framework of the Residential Solar Energy Storage market at a global level that includes all the key aspects related to it. As noted by The Verge, this is the first time in U.S. history that the country's renewable energy production numbers have outpaced coal-based alternatives - as the EIA's report states, coal energy production sat at around 60.1 MWh in April.

by | June 29, 2019 | 04:41

Expect Dragonfly to launch in 2026, and arrive on Titan in 2034. Titan is a haze-covered world with a thick atmosphere. NASA's associate administrator for science, Thomas Zurbuchen said , "The science is compelling and the mission is bold".

by | June 28, 2019 | 18:32

The new Mars rover measures 10 feet long (3 meters), 9 feet wide (2.7 meters), and 7 feet tall (2.2 meters). In a finding that has renewed talk regarding the chance of life on Mars, NASA's Curiosity rover has detected "surprisingly high" phases of methane on the Crimson Planet.

by | June 28, 2019 | 05:44

GMT on June 21), sending a cloud of thick volcanic plumes 8 to 10 miles (13 to 17 kilometers) above sea level, according to the European Space Agency , whose Copernicus Sentinel satellite imaged the eruption from orbit. The volcano's ash plume is now drifting north over the Bering Sea as of yesterday, according to the European Space Agency. This is the exact spot where the Pacific tectonic plate meets other tectonic plates, thus making it the area most prone to earthquakes and volcanic ...

by | June 28, 2019 | 04:55

Two of the astronauts had completed their maiden flights: Anne McClain of the United States and Saint-Jacques. McClain, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. On Twitter she wrote: "We are so pleased that you returned safely". The space station's population will double in a month. Italian-American multi-millionaire Dennis Tito, left, was the first space tourist, paying Russian Federation around $20 million for his eight-day trip to the ISS.

by | June 28, 2019 | 03:56

Scientists discovered the asteroid in 2008 and promptly set about calculating how often it came within Earth's vicinity; the researchers produced estimates of its travels between 1900 and 2199. Dubbed Didymos , the asteroid system is one of thousands that could be an impact risk to Earth, and even the smaller of the two asteroids would be large enough to damage an entire city if it collided with our planet.

by | June 28, 2019 | 01:56

Thomas Zurbuchen , Nasa's associate administrator for science, said: "Titan is unlike any other place in the solar system, and Dragonfly is like no other mission". [Dragonfly] will first land at the equatorial "Shangri-La" dune fields, which are terrestrially similar to the linear dunes in Namibia in southern Africa and offer a diverse sampling location.

by | June 28, 2019 | 00:32

A forecast map published on website Météociel that predicted temperatures across France on June 27 seems to resemble the image of a screaming skull. Temperatures at night have also been record-setting, presenting a unsafe situation for those without access to air-conditioning and vulnerable groups such as older adults and the very young.

by | June 28, 2019 | 00:31

Monday night, Musk's Falcon Heavy rocket fired up into the space from a launch pad in Florida , carrying a bunch of 24 experimental satellites that are meant to be safely delivered into three different drop off points in the orbit as planned.

by | June 27, 2019 | 16:39

The research team out of Columbia University said the aquifer spans at least 350 kilometres from MA to New Jersey and holds an estimated 2.79 trillion litres worth of water, making it the largest such discovery in the world. When the ice melted, sediments formed wide river deltas on high of the shelf, and fresh water got trapped there in scattered pockets. However, the team has reason to believe that the aquifer is still being fed by modern runoff from dry land.

by | June 27, 2019 | 00:02

In fact, ocean bacteria can linger on your skin for hours, and possibly weaken your skin's natural microbiome that helps fight infections. A new study elaborated by researchers from the University of California claims that exposure to the oceanic water can affect the microbiome of the human skin negatively, by altering its structure and composition.

by | June 26, 2019 | 01:39

We knew immediately that it was a squid, ' scientists Sönke Johnsen and Edie Widder wrote in the blog post. Their journey led to one of the most historic discoveries in United States ocean exploration history - a giant squid right here in USA waters.

by | June 25, 2019 | 08:36

It's the first time the DoD is launching on a Falcon Heavy and it will be the rocket's first nighttime launch. The latest update from SpaceX suggests the launch will occur at 2:30 a.m. Among the most intriguing of the experiment is the " Deep Space Atomic Clock " built by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena-a technology which has the potential to revolutionize how we navigate in space.

by | June 25, 2019 | 06:25

Researchers are now working to get evidence to back up the theory that the gas is due to output from subterranean Martian microbes. Spikes in methane levels on Mars are not unusual, with a NASA study a year ago reporting on seasonal variations in the gas' atmospheric concentration.

by | June 25, 2019 | 00:58

That will launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, with five solid boosters. Like before SpaceX will be attempting to land both its boosters and the centre core back to the ground. During the April launch, SpaceX recovered all three rockets. On July 2, NASA will conduct its Ascent Abort-2 mission, the third of five launches required for certification of the Orion spacecraft meant to carry people to the moon and later to Mars.

by | June 23, 2019 | 19:38

According to the space agency, the hackers used an employee's Raspberry Pi device to access its system. NASA has done things like this before when they launched the InSight lander back in 2018 and once when they sent the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft to the asteroid Bennu.

by | June 22, 2019 | 22:23

In this photo taken on Thursday, June 13 , 2019 sled dogs make their way in northwest Greenland with their paws in melted ice water. No, they are not walking on water. She said the expedition team came face to face with the wet result. Greenland's "melt season" runs from June to August, with the bulk of melting occurring in July, the hottest month.

by | June 22, 2019 | 14:27

And Trump's own EPA released data earlier this year showing that greenhouse gas reductions have slowed significantly in the US since 2017. "The ACE rule will help continue the trend of declining electric power sector emissions while preserving America's energy leadership and respecting the law", said Christopher Guith, acting president of the U.S.

by | June 22, 2019 | 12:28

Before construction begins, the expansion project will have to obtain several new approvals, including from the National Energy Board (NEB), the Fisheries Act, and the Species at Risk Act. "Having meaningful economic participation of Indigenous peoples is an important way to respect the impact for people who are actually impacted on the line and help us in our broader reconciliation goals", he said.

by | June 21, 2019 | 10:28

That's what appears to have happened precisely, and a brand new picture from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveals a brand new impact site which may exclusively be a couple of months old. Veronica Bray, HiRISE team member at the University of Arizona in the US said the crater is around 15 to 16 meters wide (49 to 53 feet), and the darker section in the picture depicting the impact zone is in fact 500 meters wide (or 1,640 feet).