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Q: How fast is Neptune getting brighter? When was was this first noticed and reported?

uhohThis answer to Compute Planet's Apparent Visual Magnitude reports the new work on planetary magnitudes, and contains an intriguing blurb about Neptune: Neptune keeps getting brighter. No one knows why. So I'd like to ask: How fast is Neptune getting brighter? When was was this first noticed a...

 
 
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4:44 AM
Ryan Donovan on July 30, 2020
I asked Georges Saab, Vice President of Software Development at Oracle’s Java Platform Group what changes to Java made the most impact and what upcoming features he believes will have a real affect on its future. Here’s some of the features that Saab feels made the language proliferate and a few that will keep it enduring.
 
 
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8:57 AM
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Q: A library for interacting with JPL Horizons

PandazoicI'm writing a tiny Python library that fetches data from Horizons, JPL's solar system data and ephemeris computation service. An overview of their batch CGI is here. While the script is simple, I would like to make it as clear and standardized as possible. The idea is to initialize the HorizonsRe...

 
 
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6:20 PM
So I'm hearing rumors of a possible problem with Mars 2020 (Specifically not saying Perseverance)
 
6:45 PM
Minor, it seems. They are getting the signal from the cruise stage, but can't decode it, and this apparently isn't uncommon.
 
7:43 PM
posted on July 30, 2020 by Tyler Gray

After another successful launch of consumables and experiments to the International Space Station just days… The post Russian Proton-M ready to launch dual Ekspress satellite mission appeared first on NASASpaceFlight.com.

 
8:41 PM
It went to safe mode shortly after launch. Huh.
 
8:54 PM
Starship SN5 static fire completed.
 

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