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Atomic Clock that won’t lose a Second in Five BILLION Years

Atomic Clock that won’t lose a Second in Five BILLION Years

Atomic Clock that won’t lose a Second in Five BILLION Years

By Mark Prigg for MailOnline

A new record-breaking atomic clock is so precise it neither loses nor gains a second in five billion years – longer than the age of the Earth.

The ‘strontium lattice clock’ is 50% more accurate than the previous record holder, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) quantum logic clock.

Atomic Clock that won't lose a Second in Five BILLION Years

Image credit: NIST

Researchers say the clock is so accurate, it can even reveal the effect gravity has on time.

The clock was developed in the US at the Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics (JILA), by a team from NIST and the University of Colorado.

Group leader Dr Jun Ye said when it was unveiled in Nature earlier this year: ‘We already have plans to push the performance even more.

“So in this sense, even this new Nature paper represents only a ‘mid-term’ report.”

  • Clock will remain accurate longer than the age of Earth
  • Named by Guinness book of records as most accurate clock
  • Team found time doesn’t pass at the same rate everywhere on Earth due to gravity
  • Say the only answer may be to put a clock in space

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Facebook Sets up ‘Dark Web’ Link to Access Network via Tor

Facebook Sets up ‘Dark Web’ Link to Access Network via Tor

Facebook Sets up ‘Dark Web’ Link to Access Network via Tor

By afghanistantimes.af

Facebook has created the ability for users to connect directly to the social network via anonymising “dark web” service Tor.
While it was already possible to access Facebook via Tor, the new set-up means all data is encrypted and Tor users are not mistaken for hacked accounts.

Users could access the site “without losing the cryptographic protections” of Tor, Facebook said.
It may appeal to people in places where the network is blocked.

Facebook Sets up 'Dark Web' Link to Access Network via Tor

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China, Iran, North Korea and Cuba are among countries that have attempted to prevent access to the site.
Facebook is the first Silicon Valley giant to provide official support for Tor, a network built to allow people to visit web pages without being tracked and to publish sites whose contents would not show up in search engines.

Facebook’s move would prove popular among those who wanted to stop their location and browsing habits from being tracked, said Dr Steven Murdoch, from University College London, who was consulted by Facebook for the project.

He explained users would still need to log-in, using real-name credentials, to access the site.

He told the BBC: “It’s quite hard to use a social network completely anonymously, it somewhat defeats the point, unless you’re just reading information.

“But just because you want to tell Facebook your name, doesn’t mean they should be able to find out your location and your browsing habits.” The crucial change is the new Tor service – accessed through a Tor browser at https://facebookcorewwwi.onion/ – means all communication remains in the anonymous Tor network. Previously, some traffic would leave the closed network and access the open internet, potentially exposing a user’s location and other information.

Dr Murdoch dismissed suggestions the move could anger governments who regularly approached Facebook with requests to hand over user information.

“It’s not so much protecting people from governments,” said Dr Murdoch, “but protecting from people who are spying on communications – that could be anyone from criminals to marketers.”

Facebook, along with other major web companies, is currently pushing for permission to be more transparent over government requests it receives.

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Brazil Builds Internet Cable To Portugal To Avoid NSA Surveillance

Brazil Builds Internet Cable To Portugal To Avoid NSA Surveillance

Brazil Builds Internet Cable To Portugal To Avoid NSA Surveillance

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Brazil is building a cable across the Atlantic to escape the reach of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). The move is one of many ways the Brazilian government is breaking ties with American technology companies — but it won’t come cheap.

The 3,500-mile fiber-optic cable will stretch from Fortaleza to Portugal, with an estimated cost of $185 million, Bloomberg reported. Of course, none of this will go to American vendors.

Brazil Builds Internet Cable To Portugal To Avoid NSA Surveillance

Image credit: David Monniaux [CC-BY-SA-3.0] Submarine cables are laid using special cable layer ships, such as the modern René Descartes


Last year, Edward Snowden leaked documents that showed the NSA was accessing personal information of Brazilian citizens, including listening to phone calls of President Dilma Rousseff, its embassies and the state-owned oil company Petrobras.
“As many other Latin Americans, I fought against authoritarianism and censorship and I cannot but defend, in an uncompromising fashion, the right to privacy of individuals and the sovereignty of my country,” Rousseff said at the U.N. that year.
“The arguments that the illegal interception of information and data aims at protecting nations against terrorism cannot be sustained. Brazil, Mr. President, knows how to protect itself. We reject, fight and do not harbor terrorist groups,” she said.
Brazil has already switched its dominant email system from Microsoft Outlook to a state-developed platform called Expresso, and last November required all government agencies to use state-owned companies for their technology services.
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Man Who Owns Smart TV Says he’s ‘Afraid’ of Using it

Man Who Owns Smart TV Says he’s ‘Afraid’ of Using it

Man Who Owns Smart TV Says he’s ‘Afraid’ of Using it

Man who owns a smart TV says he’s ‘afraid’ of using it after reading its privacy policy.

Smart TV

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Just like with other electronic devices that used to be “dumb,” TVs have become increasingly smart lately, but that doesn’t mean that’s necessarily a good thing, especially when it comes to user privacy. At least that’s what Brennan Center’s Michael Price seems to think after he replaced his older TV that could offer access just to TV programs with a smart TV model that also delivers “streaming multimedia content, games, apps, social media and Internet browsing.”

“The only problem is that I’m now afraid to use it. You would be too — if you read through the 46-page privacy policy,” Price wrote. “The amount of data this thing collects is staggering. It logs where, when, how, and for how long you use the TV. It sets tracking cookies and beacons designed to detect ‘when you have viewed particular content or a particular email message.’ It records ‘the apps you use, the websites you visit, and how you interact with content.’ It ignores ‘do-not-track’ requests as a considered matter of policy.”

On the other hand, this isn’t the first time a smart TV has been found capable of tracking your activities for advertising purposes, so buyers should always try to go through the privacy policies they agree to when using such a device, and try to limit tracking if and when possible.

Furthermore, the device has a built-in camera with facial recognition and a microphone with voice recognition features, both tools that hackers or spy agencies could use to spy on unsuspecting buyers, Price says.

In addition to being used for ad purposes, these smart devices might also be hacked only as long as they’re connected to the Internet. Owners could decide to remove Internet access from their smart TVs to protect themselves against tracking and spying, but they’d lose most of their smart features in the process.

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Wireless Carriers are Rolling out a Horrible New Way to Track You

Wireless Carriers are Rolling out a Horrible New Way to Track You

Wireless Carriers are Rolling out a Horrible New Way to Track You

By Russell Brandom

Last week, privacy advocates turned up some unsettling news: for two years, Verizon’s Precision Insights division has been seeding web requests with unique identifiers. If you visited a website from a Verizon phone, there’s a good chance the carrier injected a special tag into the data sent from you phone, telling the website exactly who you were and where you were coming from, all without alerting customers or informing the public at large.

Wireless Carriers are Rolling out a Horrible New Way to Track You

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Today, Forbes’ Kashmir Hill reports that AT&T is testing a similar program, although it may be possible to opt out. In both cases, the message is clear: there’s a lucrative business in tracking users across the web, and carriers want in on it.

Networks like this have been used for surveillance before

Carriers have usually stayed out of the ad-tracking business, although many of the same divisions have offered pilot programs in tracking users’ locations. Instead, most of the tracking on the web happens through third-party firms like Google’s Doubleclick, which use easily identified cookies to follow users from site to site. But the carrier programs are inserting trackers at a higher level, in the process of routing data requests, which make the cookies both harder to identify and nearly impossible for a user to shake off.

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Hackers Breach White House Computer System

Hackers Breach White House Computer System

Hackers Breach White House Computer System, Russia Suspected

Washington (AFP) – The White House’s unclassified computer network was recently breached by intruders, a US official said Tuesday, with The Washington Post newspaper reporting that the Russian government was thought to be behind the act.

Hackers Breach White House Computer System

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“In the course of assessing recent threats, we identified activity of concern on the unclassified EOP network,” said the White House official, speaking on condition of not being named.

“Any such activity is something we take very seriously. In this case, we took immediate measures to evaluate and mitigate the activity.”

The Washington Post quoted sources as saying hackers believed to be working for the Russian government were believed to be responsible.

The hackers entered the US presidential mansion’s unclassified computer network in recent weeks, the Post quotes the sources as saying.

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Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes At Wallops Island in Va.

Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes At Wallops Island in Va.

Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes At Wallops Island in Va.

By  Mike Wall

A private Orbital Sciences-built cargo launch to the International Space Station ended in a fiery explosion just seconds after liftoff Tuesday night (Oct. 28).

Orbital’s unmanned Antares rocket exploded in a brilliant fireball shortly after launching from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia at 6:22 p.m. EDT (2222 GMT), crashing back down to the launch pad in a flaming heap. The Antares was carrying Orbital’s unmanned Cygnus spacecraft, which was toting 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms) of food, scientific experiments and other supplies on this flight — the third cargo mission to the space station under a $1.9 billion contract the company holds with NASA. You can see photos of the Antares rocket explosion here.

NASA Rocket Explodes At Wallops Island in Va.A NASA spokesman described the explosion as a “catastrophic anomaly” during a NASA TV webcast. While the assessment and investigation of the accident have just begun, NASA emergency operations officials report no injuries, Orbital Sciences representatives said. Property damage is limited to the south end of Wallops Island, they added.

“It is far too early to know the details of what happened,” Orbital executive vice president Frank Culbertson, a former NASA astronaut, said in a statement. “We will conduct a thorough investigation immediately to determine the cause of this failure and what steps can be taken to avoid a repeat of this incident. As soon as we understand the cause we will begin the necessary work to return to flight to support our customers and the nation’s space program.”

The combined value of the Antares and Cygnus lost during Tuesday’s mishap is about $200 million, Culbertson said during a post-crash news conference Tuesday.

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NASA Image: ‘Earth-sized’ UFO Orbiting Sun Reported

NASA Image: ‘Earth-sized’ UFO Orbiting Sun Reported

NASA Image: ‘Earth-sized’ UFO Orbiting Sun Reported

By Examiner.com

A UFO the size of the Earth was observed entering or exiting the sun this weekend, which is seen in a series of pictures taken by NASA/SOHO states the latest report from UFO watchers. According to UFO Sights Daily on Oct. 25, the pictures of the sun are checked daily by the website’s monitor and what they saw in a picture on Friday is quite large.

Nasa Image UFO Orbiting SunThe spaceship, which would be the size of the Earth when compared in size to the sun, is solid and it doesn’t give off any flames or heat exchanges. This heat and flame-like action is going on all around the image on the sun’s surface. According to the website, Russian scientists alerted the world to UFO’s that enter the Sun’s orbit about five years ago.

This isn’t the first time a space ship has been reported orbiting the sun, though this latest captured image is humongous in comparison to most of the other reports. Live Science reported what looked like a spaceship back in April of 2012. It was another NASA picture that captured this image. This is just one of many.

The spacecraft reports that came from the Russians were said to often make a hard right angle turn and then a quick change in speed. This latest report is believed to be one of those ships. There is something in that picture the shape of a shark’s fin and extremely large. If you put an image of Earth next to the sun and that so-called ship captured in the picture, the ship would be as large as the Earth. The time-lapse NASA/SOHO pictures appear here.

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Meet “The Reason”, A New Metal 3D Printed Gun

Meet “The Reason”, A New Metal 3D Printed Gun

Meet “The Reason”, A New Metal 3D Printed Gun

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Its creator, Eric Mutchler, alas informs me today the name of is new metal 3D printed handgun is not a deliberate shout-out to Reason, despite our early and often coverage of the world of 3D printed weapons in both plastic and metal. It was just named that “for the sake of it, it seemed a useful term” for such a gun since “who can argue with ‘reason’?”

"The Reason", A New Metal 3D Printed GunMutchler tells me that, despite erroneous reporting all around the tech field this morning from TechCrunch to Gizmodo, his weapon is not an official product of his employer, Solid Concepts.

It was made by him and for him, merely as his personal example of how interestingly personalized 3D printing allows metal weapons to be. (Solid Concepts, now owned by a bigger, and publicly held, 3D printing interest Stratasys, is trying to avoid being too connected with the weapons field these days.)

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Brian Doherty is a senior editor at Reason magazine and author of Ron Paul’s Revolution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired (Broadside Books).

Video: Jessica Nehro of EOS (Electro Optical Systems) of North America gives us a quick look their M280 3d laser powered metal printer and printed samples at PD&M 2014.

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This Apple has a Built-in FIZZ

This Apple has a Built-in FIZZ

This Apple has a Built-in FIZZ: Experts Create Sparkling Fruit that Bubbles

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

The world’s first ‘sparkling’ apple that fizzes in the mouth when eaten has been created.

Huge cells in the flesh of the brand new variety called Paradis Sparkling, release effervescent juices that is akin to having a mouthful of fizzy drink.

Apple has a Built-in FIZZThe sensation is only experienced when the apple is bitten into and its juices are not sparkling when pressed.

The new breed has taken years to perfect. One of the two varieties used to breed the new apple is called Resi, an East German specimen known for its sweet texture.

After being allowed easier access to the East German apple, a Swiss fruit nursery visited the former Soviet Bloc country to breed it with the variety Pirouette.

The experts from the family firm Lubera spent years perfecting the breed until they achieved the fizziness of the Paradis Sparkling apple.

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Neuroscientist Sees ‘Proof of Heaven’ in Week-Long Coma

Neuroscientist Sees ‘Proof of Heaven’ in Week-Long Coma

Neuroscientist Sees ‘Proof of Heaven’ in Week-Long Coma

By and

It’s dinnertime at the Alexander home, in Lynchburg, Va.

Holley Alexander is serving chicken curry, 14-year-old Bond is hungry after soccer and the dad, Dr. Eben Alexander, leads the family in prayer.

In this home, saying grace is different these days. This family has been touched by a medical miracle — and maybe more.

“It was impossible after impossible after impossible that all these things happened,” Alexander said in an interview with “Nightline” co-anchor Terry Moran.

Dr Eben Alexander - Proof of HeavenAlexander, a Harvard neurosurgeon, nearly died four years ago when a ferocious E. coli meningitis infection attacked his brain and plunged him deep into a week-long coma. Brain scans showed his entire cortex — the parts of the brain that give us consciousness, thought, memory and understanding — was not functioning. Doctors gave him little chance to live and told his family that if he did survive he’d probably be brain-damaged for the rest of his life.

“Nurses would come in, and they would pull his eyelids back, shine in the flashlight, and his eyes were just off and cocked,” Holley Andersen said. “It’s just like no one was there.”

Against all odds, Alexander woke up a week after being stricken. But he believes Holley was right: He wasn’t there.

Deep in coma, his brain infected so badly only the most primitive parts were working, Alexander claimed he experienced something extraordinary: a journey to Heaven.

“In every sense, of the word that’s what my experience showed me,” Alexander said.

“My first memories from when I was deep inside: I had no language, all my earthly memories were gone,” he said. “I had no body awareness at all. I was just a speck of awareness in kind of a dark, murky environment, in roots or vessels or something. And I seemed to be there for a very long time — I would say years.

“I was rescued by this beautiful, spinning, white light that had a melody, an incredibly beautiful melody with it that opened up into a bright valley,” he added, “an extremely verdant valley with blossoming flowers and a just incredible, rich, ultra-real world of indescribable complexity.”

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Video: Dr Eben Alexander, a Harvard-educated neurosurgeon, fell into a coma for seven days in 2008 after contracting meningitis.

During his illness Dr Alexander says that the part of his brain which controls human thought and emotion “shut down” and that he then experienced “something so profound that it gave me a scientific reason to believe in consciousness after death.” In an essay for American magazine Newsweek, which he wrote to promote his book Proof of Heaven, Dr Alexander says he was met by a beautiful blue-eyed woman in a “place of clouds, big fluffy pink-white ones” and “shimmering beings”.* Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Dave Koller, and Steve Oh discuss the idea of the afterlife and what the doctor may have experienced.

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Planned Obsolescence: Shiny Toys for Human Pets

Planned Obsolescence: Shiny Toys for Human Pets

Planned Obsolescence: Shiny Toys for Human Pets

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The game is, of course, rigged.
Admittedly, technological devices all around us, in our everyday lives are planned to fail – to break down, stop working, need frequent replacement. From light bulbs, to automobiles, to computers, software, smart phones and more, planned obsolescence is implemented officially (and unofficially) with products and goods across the marketplace.

This means the lives of products marketed and sold to us are shortened to enhance profits for the companies that make them (making suckers and easy marks out of us as consumers).

Planned ObsolescenceReality is suppressed. That game is rigged, too.
In a wider picture, it is also evidence that we are a kept people – highly entertained by gizmos and gadgets – but on a rather short leash with the things we rely upon. Rather than durable goods that can be used to build a future of personal independence and prosperity, most must turn to the same leading companies that have effectively bought up government channels, steered the public consciousness and even socially engineered the thoughts and attitudes of future generations.

Who has the power, if you can’t even trust that you are getting a fair deal, or a say in how technology is used, pursued, developed or unveiled?

Unveiled? Obviously, many technological and scientific developments have been suppressed. Some are just being planned for future markets; others are simply not suitable to the dynamic between the consumer-populace and the owners.

Truthstream News will be pursuing this idea in greater depth in the forthcoming Episode 4 on Free Energy. So please stay tuned…

But for now, please watch this documentary on the historically known Phoebus Cartel, which fixed light bulb prices globally, and shortened the life of bulbs – offering consumers much less than the technology is capable of yielding.

And ask yourself, where are we headed?

Is it any wonder that Ray Kurzweil, Bill Joy and other founding minds in future technologies see humanity as pets – to be kept, cutely, on a leash, or otherwise pruned, dumped or disposed of?

But hey, the wearable iPhone 9 is supposed to be coming out soon, right?

If THEY could use planned obsolescence globally back then with something so simple as a light bulb, what are they really holding back from us?

And just what is The Impact of Science on Society that Lord Bertrand Russell warned about in 1952… oh yeah, it is the emerging Scientific Dictatorship.

You might want to look that up, because we’re living it.

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Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton of Truthstream Media.com will Join JD on Novemeber 3, 2014 at 11:00 AM Central.

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Can the Navy’s $12 Billion Stealth Destroyer Stay Afloat?

Can the Navy’s $12 Billion Stealth Destroyer Stay Afloat?

Can the Navy’s $12 Billion Stealth Destroyer Stay Afloat?

By Dave Majumdar

It features a radical design and next-gen gear. But the U.S. Navy’s most advanced ship may have a wee problem: it just might fall into the sea.
The U.S. Navy is slowly preparing the first of its massive, 15,500-ton Zumwalt-class stealth destroyers for sea next year. But questions remain about many of the technologies onboard the new ships. First and foremost: can the thing even stay afloat?Stealth DestroyerThe vessel—which is the largest American surface warship since the 1950s–brings a new untried “tumblehome” hull design, new power systems and gun technology that have not been used on a modern warship before. The ship is highly automated with a crew of just 142 — compared to older ships that have a complement of about 300. But despite its massive size, the stealthy warship appears on an enemy’s sensors as something no larger than a small fishing boat.

The 600-foot long ship is armed with 80 missiles tubes, two massive 155mm guns that can lob guided shells 80 miles away and a pair of 30mm guns for self-defense. Theoretically, the ship can take on all comers in the air, sea, underwater or on land. In the future, the ship could be fitted with futuristic lasers and electro-magnetic rail-guns too. Additionally, the so-called DDG-1000 can also carry either a pair of helicopters or a single helicopter and a trio of drones.

But it all comes at a steep price—the first two ships cost $4.2 billion dollars each while the third costs $3.5 billion. The DDG-1000 is so expensive—and there are so many doubts about its technology—that the Navy is building only three of the ships before in favor of buying an improved version of its older Arleigh Burke-class destroyer.

One those doubts includes a potential Achilles’ heel –the ship’s bizarre stealthy hull—which is the most obvious new feature of the new destroyer. The hull looks like it is upside down. Unlike a normal ship, the bow slopes upward from the water up to the deck. Meanwhile, the rest of hull is wide at the waterline and slopes inward. If one were to look at the ship directly from the front, it would resemble a bell rather than the traditional “flared hull” with a V or U shape that is most common. There have been persistent concerns about how stable the tumblehome design is in any sort of rough seas—in fact, one of the concerns about the design is that it could capsize if it is hit by a large wave from the wrong angle. “This is an area that the Navy is taking seriously,” one naval architect familiar with the design told The Daily Beast.

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Biometric Credit Card Will Arrive in 2015: Pay with Your Fingerprint

Biometric Credit Card Will Arrive in 2015: Pay with Your Fingerprint

Biometric Credit Card Will Arrive in 2015: Pay with Your Fingerprint

by Nicholas West Activist Post

In a recent article, “In The Internet of Things YOU Will Be The Key,” I outlined the many ways that the human body will become the next-generation identification system. The move to give everyone a global unique ID that can be verified across all human activity has been in the works for some time and the applications are pervasive.

Biometric Credit Card

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The fear of identity theft and cyber-banking crime has been the latest sales pitch to encourage accepting identity tech such as vein scanners, facial recognition, voiceprints, iris scans – even tears – as well as their attendant databases. There is an ongoing cooperative effort between global banks and corporations to ensure that there will be standardized, centralized entry into the consumer/Internet/banking matrix of the future.

Another data point to note in the evolution of biometric ID is that MasterCard is now partnering with a Norwegian company called Zwipe to introduce the first fully biometric credit card, which will dispense with a PIN and instead use a fingerprint sensor for verification.

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First Photos of Water Ice on Mercury

First Photos of Water Ice on Mercury

First Photos of Water Ice on Mercury Captured by NASA Spacecraft

By Mike Wall

The first-ever photos of water ice near Mercury’s north pole have come down to Earth, and they have quite a story to tell.

The images, taken by NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft (short for MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging), suggest that the ice lurking within Mercury’s polar craters was delivered recently, and may even be topped up by processes that continue today, researchers said.

First Photos of Water Ice on Mercury

Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington

More than 20 years ago, Earth-based radar imaging first spotted signs of water ice near Mercury’s north and south poles — a surprise, perhaps, given that temperatures on the solar system’s innermost planet can top 800 degrees Fahrenheit (427 degrees Celsius). [Water Ice On Mercury: How It Was Found (Video)]

In late 2012, MESSENGER confirmed those observations from orbit around Mercury, discovering ice in permanently shadowed craters near the planet’s north pole. MESSENGER scientists announced the find after integrating results from thermal modeling studies with data gathered by the probe’s hydrogen-hunting neutron spectrometer and its laser altimeter, which measured the reflectance of the deposits.

And now the MESSENGER team has captured optical-light images of the ice for the first time, by taking advantage of small amounts of sunlight scattered off the craters’ walls.

“There is a lot new to be learned by seeing the deposits,” said study lead author Nancy Chabot, instrument scientist for MESSENGER’s Mercury Dual Imaging System and a researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, in a statement.

For example, the texture of the ice at the bottom of Mercury’s 70-mile-wide (113 kilometers) Prokofiev Crater suggests that the material was put in place relatively recently rather than billions of years ago, researchers said.

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