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Doja Cat’s Makeup Artist Is on a Mission to Bring ‘Minimalist’ Illusion Makeup From Social Media to Real Life
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Doja Cat’s Makeup Artist Is on a Mission to Bring ‘Minimalist’ Illusion Makeup From Social Media to Real Life

Doja Cat at Vogue World in September. Photo: Pierre Suu/GC Images Makeup is not traditionally considered a fine art, but that perception may be shifting. Through the work of multidisciplinary talents like Laurel Charleston, whose nonconformist and illusion makeup looks recently made waves in the public via the likes of Doja Cat, viewers are invited to consider...

Leftover hardware from Mars mission to be used on the Moon
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Leftover hardware from Mars mission to be used on the Moon

Enlarge / One of the designs for NASA’s commercial lunar delivery service. On May 5, 2022, the seismometer on board the InSight lander recorded a quake of magnitude 4.7 on the Martian surface, despite the epicenter being 2,250 km from the lander. It was one of the largest quakes recorded on Mars and the largest...

Republicans launch rescue mission in Oklahoma governor race
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Republicans launch rescue mission in Oklahoma governor race

Stitt has faced a surprisingly robust wave of television ads attacking him over the last two years, which his allies point to as the reason why he is locked in a close contest. According to data from AdImpact, an ad tracking firm, over $7 million in advertising has been booked by groups either attacking Stitt...

Hubble shows view of twin tail created by asteroid impact mission
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Hubble shows view of twin tail created by asteroid impact mission

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. CNN  —  The Hubble Space Telescope captured a new snapshot of the asteroid that NASA recently slammed with a spacecraft in an attempt to knock it off course, and the image reveals the clearest look...

NEOWISE Mission Produces Time-Lapse Movie of Entire Sky
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NEOWISE Mission Produces Time-Lapse Movie of Entire Sky

Using 18 all-sky maps produced by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE), astronomers have created what is essentially a time-lapse movie of the sky, revealing changes that span a decade. NEOWISE was originally a data processing project to retrieve asteroid detections and characteristics from NASA’s WISE observatory, which was launched in 2009...

NASA to Discuss Science on Next Northrop Grumman Space Station Mission
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NASA to Discuss Science on Next Northrop Grumman Space Station Mission

NASA will host a media teleconference at 11 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, Oct. 25, to discuss the next science investigations, technology demonstrations, crew supplies, and hardware bound for the International Space Station aboard Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft on the company’s 18th commercial resupply mission for NASA.#NASA #Discuss #Science #Northrop #Grumman #Space #Station #Mission Source link

NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 to Discuss Mission After Returning to Earth
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NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 to Discuss Mission After Returning to Earth

Astronauts of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-4 mission, consisting of crew members from the agency as well as ESA (European Space Agency), will answer questions about their recent mission aboard the International Space Station during a news conference at 10 a.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 20.#NASAs #SpaceX #Crew4 #Discuss #Mission #Returning #Earth Source link

NASA Invites Media to Simulated Artemis Moon Mission Site in Arizona
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NASA Invites Media to Simulated Artemis Moon Mission Site in Arizona

Media are invited to visit NASA’s Desert Research and Technology Studies (Desert RATS) team members on Monday, Oct. 24, at the Black Point Lava Flow near Flagstaff, Arizona. Through Desert RATS, NASA and its partner are practicing rover operations for future Artemis missions.#NASA #Invites #Media #Simulated #Artemis #Moon #Mission #Site #Arizona Source link

Astronaut James McDivitt, Who Commanded Apollo 9 Mission, Dead At 93
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Astronaut James McDivitt, Who Commanded Apollo 9 Mission, Dead At 93

WASHINGTON (AP) — James A. McDivitt, who commanded the Apollo 9 mission testing the first complete set of equipment to go to the moon, has died. He was 93. McDivitt was also the commander of 1965’s Gemini 4 mission, where his best friend and colleague Ed White made the first U.S. spacewalk. His photographs of...