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NASA orders the first piece of its lunar outpost

While Maxar is in charge of the project, Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and Draper will help the company design and build the spacecraft for demonstration. See, the company will have to do that component works by performing spaceflight demo, and it's targeting and 2022 launch date. The demo period was last year, but it was once the segment works, it …

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SpaceX launches 60 StarLink internet satellites from Cape …

CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA. – After winds and software update, two launch attempts to scrub last week, SpaceX launched 60 internet satellites into low-Earth orbit Thursday night.                       The 60 Starlink satellites jam-packed inside the Falcon 9 rocket's nose cone, or fairings, make the heaviest payload ever for SpaceX rocket, weighing almost 19 tons, according to CEO Elon Musk.                      …

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The NASA exec leader of the mission ends weeks after appointment

NASA's Chief Operating Officer in charge of returning US astronauts to the moon resigned just six weeks after his appointment. Mark Sirangelo was used as a special assistant to NASA administrator in April tJim Bridenstine return to month 2024? MORE ADVERTISEMENT Bridenstine announced that Sirangelo "decided to continue on other occasions," Reuters said. Suddenly departing Sirangelo comes in the middle …

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Thicker than aluminum, heavily altered wood passively cools

Enlarge / View of a lignin-free compressed wood University of Maryland Most of our building practices are not particularly sustainable. Concrete production is a major source of carbon emissions and steel production is very resource intensive. Once completed, the heating and cooling buildings will become the main source of energy. There are various ideas about how to handle each of …

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The aftermath of the 1959 earthquake shattered Yellowstone in 2017-18

Maple Creek Swarm, created using data from the Seismograph University in Utah. Credit: USGS On August 17, 1959, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, the United States had not yet sent a man to space and the national flag was sporting 49 stars, Yellowstone National Park was shaking violently for about 30 seconds. The shock was strong enough to …

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NASA officially orders its first segment of the monthly space station

Maxar was selected to build and fly the first element of NASA Lunar Gateway NASA chose its first business partner for the proposed Space Station, known as the Lunar Gateway to be built near the Moon. NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said on Thursday that Maxar Technologies will build the first gateway drive and drive component. As the name suggests, it …

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The Great Discovery of Martian Ice Excites Scientists

Scientists have discovered layers of ice buried miles below the North Pole that could help unlock the history of the Red Planet Experts from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Arizona have used NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (SHARAD) shallow radar to appear. Ice, they say, could be the remains of ancient polar ice glaciers and could …

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