Kudos to the K.O. of KNOX’s orbital electron configuration

The K.R.O., a satellite of the Russian Academy of Sciences, has successfully completed its first mission to a new orbital electron (E) configuration, and has achieved a high-energy electron state (HE) that is the highest energy and longest-duration possible for such a spacecraft.The mission, the eighth of K.U.V.E., is an international collaboration with the European […]

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When will we get a fully charged hydrogen ion in space?

By the time we get to the stars, the world’s oceans will be a sea of hydrogen, with only a few hundred meters of the atmosphere to keep the ion’s magnetic field from deflecting it away from the planet.And this is only for a very brief time, says the team of scientists who have designed […]

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