• April 15, 2024

The New Explorers Of Space Are Robots And Not Humans

We all know that, fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong visited the moon, it was an inspirational moment for folks all over the world. But additional type of explorer is accountable for much of the modern enthusiasm for the exploration of space. According to Emily Lakdawalla, who is a self-described interplanetary specialist at the Planetary…

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NASA Contractors Agree With Recent Cost Estimate Of Artemis

NASA head has given the estimate cost for NASA’S exploratory program, Artemis. An additional amount of $20million-$30million is being added in the project to develop lander capability so that humans can land. The companies have agreed with the recent estimate in order to aid safe landing of humans. Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator, has explained that…

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LandSpace Completes The Methalox Engine Assembly—Report

LandSpace, a Chinese launch company, recently disclosed that it has successfully concluded liquid methane-liquid oxygen rocket engine’s assembly. Reportedly, this engine is intended to be used for the firm’s novel Zhuque-2 launch vehicle. This assembly was done at Huzhou manufacturing base, eastern China. A successful power pack test of the 80-ton thrust Tianque-12 methalox engine…

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Galaxy Glows With New Stars Produced From Close Encounter

NGC 4485, the irregular galaxy, displays all the symptoms of having been comprised in a hit-and-run crash with a passing by galaxy. Instead of wiping out the galaxy, the chance encounter is producing a new species of stars, and most probably planets. The right side of the galaxy is glowing with formation of star, displayed…

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Antibiotics Detected In Some Of The World’s Rivers Surpass Safe Levels

The first-ever international study of its kind has discovered that the concentrations of antibiotics detected in some of the worldwide rivers surpass “safe” levels by almost 300 times. The scientists from the University of York looked for 14 normally utilized antibiotics in rivers in 72 nations in 6 continents and identified antibiotics at 65% of…

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SpaceX Parachute System Not Succeeded In A Recent Trial

Last week, SpaceX and NASA confirmed that a parachute test conducted last month for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft was not up to the mark. The investigation was conducted by the House Science Committee on NASA’s space exploration plans. During the investigation, Representative Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) puzzled agency officials over parachute testing for commercial crew spacecraft,…

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CO2 Levels Surpassed 415 PPM In The Atmosphere Since The Human Evolution

The brutal human race has been consuming fossil fuels at an excessive pace for its own benefits irrespective of thinking about the destructive effects on the environment. Since the evolution of the human race, for the first time, the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has surpassed all the previous records and reached the…

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Darkness Could Now Become The Secret Power Generation Source

As the world is modernizing every second the daily task completion is also getting easier. There are possibilities that instead of getting your electricity bills higher we could actually start using the night sky as an option to light things up. The researchers have recently developed a novel resource of renewable energy that completely uses…

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“Astonishing E-Shaped” Alien Structures Speckled On The Red Planet

In 1877, Giovanni Schiaparelli, a well-known astronomer rolled his telescope to Mars and supposed he observed continents and canals. And since then, proof for alien life on the Red Planet has been hunted by humans. Now a conspiracy theorist deems he has lastly produced convincing evidence discovered in NASA footage from Mars. Scott C Waring,…

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First Private Rocket By Japan Gets In Touch With Space

Japan can lastly add itself amongst the ranks of nations with private successful spaceflight outfits. Interstellar Technologies has productively blasted off its MOMO-3 sounding rocket into the orbit, with the aircraft effortlessly crossing the 62 Miles in altitude (Kármán line) before landing into the Pacific. It is a modest beginning—the vehicle just stayed aloft for…

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Apocalyptic Risk Related To Meteor Strike Buzz Over The Earth, Warns NASA

The Earth seems to be under great threat as per the NASA scientists as there are high possibilities that a meteor can strike in addition to the nearing asteroid impact that is very well imminent. The scientists have already raised an alarm against the terrifying futuristic aspect. The chances of facing the apocalyptic threat as…

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Cloud Constellation Choose Leostella To Construct 10 Data-Storage Satellites

Cloud Constellation—a startup aimed at securing data storage in the space—has chosen LeoStella to establish a network of 10 satellites for lower Earth orbit. Cliff Beek—Cloud Constellation CEO—stated LeoStella—which is a corporation of Spaceflight Industries and Thales Alenia Space—beat Northrop Grumman on cost, among other factors. Beek asserted the low price of the LeoStella offer…

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