NASA sounding rockets launch multiple science payloads

Newly proven technology developed at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility near Chincoteague, Virginia, turns a single sounding rocket into a hive deploying a swarm of up to 16 instruments. The technology offers unprecedented accuracy ...

Quantum heat pump: A new measuring tool for physicists

Physicists from TU Delft, ETH Zürich and the University of Tübingen have built a quantum scale heat pump made from particles of light. This device brings scientists closer to the quantum limit of measuring radio frequency ...

The effect of Martian ionospheric dispersion on SAR imaging

The subsurface of Mars records important historical information on the formation and evolution of the planet. As an ionized medium, the Martian ionosphere plays a special role in radio wave propagation and is directly related ...

An ocean of galaxies awaits: New COMAP radio survey

Sometime around 400 million years after the birth of our universe, the first stars began to form. The universe's so-called dark ages came to an end and a new light-filled era began. More and more galaxies began to take shape ...

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