Friday December 13-th, 2019

NASA’s Mars helicopter is getting close to final approval for launch NASA’s Mars helicopter is getting close to final approval for launch

In 2021, the autonomous helicopter will be the first vehicle in history to power flight in the tenuous Martian environment . Unlike the rover, the helicopter will not carry any scientific instruments, its main objective will be to prove that heavier...

Trump berates NASA for not talking about mission to Mars Trump berates NASA for not talking about mission to Mars

It also wasn't clear what prompted the president to issue the tweet. He added: "They should be focused on the much bigger things we are doing, including Mars (of which the Moon is a part), Defense and Science!" To make matters even murkier, Trump...

Air pollution kills one lakh kids every year Air pollution kills one lakh kids every year

Air Pollution in India takes a toll during the fag end of the year making it hard to breathe as well. Nearly all of us are affected by it: 92 per cent of people worldwide do not breathe clean air. Combined, these can leave people in some countries w...

Milk teeth reveal previously unknown Ice Age people from Siberia Milk teeth reveal previously unknown Ice Age people from Siberia

The two 31,000-year-old milk teeth found at the Yana Rhinoceros Horn Site in Russian Federation which led to the discovery of a new group of ancient Siberians. "The key finding is that northeastern Siberia was a surprisingly dynamic place", he sai...

NASA Opens International Space Station to Commercial Opportunities NASA Opens International Space Station to Commercial Opportunities

A new policy provides the opportunity for up to two short-duration private astronaut missions to the space station beginning as early as 2020, if the market supports it. "Transitioning toward this new model of business is an important step to allow ...

Jupiter and its 4 moons will soon be visible with just binoculars Jupiter and its 4 moons will soon be visible with just binoculars

NASA said the gas giant is at its "biggest and brightest this month" and will be visible all night. According to Earthsky , Jupiter and Earth will be in opposition - which is the point when both planets are aligned with the sun - on June 10.

NASA unveils three business lunar landers to deliver payloads to Moon

The principal United States lunar lander in the 21st century will be structured in India, the aftereffect of NASA's new readiness to re-appropriate creation of its space vehicles. "We won't be sending fifteen engineers year to watch over three guys a...

Climate Change Could Pose ‘Existential Threat’ By 2050 Climate Change Could Pose ‘Existential Threat’ By 2050

Published by the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration in Melbourne (an independent think tank focused on climate policy) and authored by a climate researcher and a former fossil fuel executive, the paper's central thesis is that cl...

Scientists Discover New Dinosaur Species In Glimmering Opal Fossil Scientists Discover New Dinosaur Species In Glimmering Opal Fossil

The dig site revealed a new dinosaur species and what researchers describe to be the world's most complete opalized dinosaur. A recent analysis of the fossils showed that these fossils come from four separate animals of the brand new species, Fost...

Claims of Joe Biden plagiarism now have a climate chapter Claims of Joe Biden plagiarism now have a climate chapter

The Trump administration has rolled that back, saying the regulation would increase consumers' purchase prices of cars. Vice President Joe Biden drew laughs on Tuesday when he shrugged off concerns about his questionable behavior with women durin...

Rain in the Forecast Thanks to a Tropical Disturbance Rain in the Forecast Thanks to a Tropical Disturbance

Air Force Reconnaissance aircrafts will investigate the disturbance Monday afternoon. If the system can organize, it would likely move north along the Mexico and Texas coast, but it is unlikely it could become very strong. What can Alabama expect? Th...

NASA’s Curiosity rover finds clay cache on Mars NASA’s Curiosity rover finds clay cache on Mars

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has found the highest amounts of clay minerals ever found during its mission on the Red Planet, the U.S. space agency said. "Water interacted with sediment over time, leaving an abundance of clay in the rocks there ". All...

'Sordid Chapter' Ends As Philippines Sends Back Canada's Trash 'Sordid Chapter' Ends As Philippines Sends Back Canada's Trash

At the risk of breaking cordial relations between Ottawa and Manila , the President recalled Filipino diplomatic officials posted in the embassy in Ottawa and the consulates in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver. Malaysia has said it already returned fi...

NASA Selects Three Commercial Moon Landing Service Providers for Artemis Program NASA Selects Three Commercial Moon Landing Service Providers for Artemis Program

The companies will build moon landers to ferry NASA science experiments and technology demonstrations to the lunar surface . Robotic landers will deliver a host of science experiments and technology to the lunar surface over the coming years.

Scientific Breakthrough: Artificial Laboratory Black Hole Confirms Stephen Hawking’s Theory

Earlier it was reported that, based on the theories of Hawking, scientists have developed a way to "see" inside a black hole. Now, for the first time, scientists observed spontaneous Hawking radiation in an analogue black hole . Measurements of th...

Upbeat Adani prepares to mine in Qld Upbeat Adani prepares to mine in Qld

The government decision followed climate change protests against Adani's proposed thermal coal mine, which caused Labor to be belted across regional Queensland at this month's federal election. It's now waiting on one last state approval, with th...

Lightning Hits Russian Rocket Just After Liftoff

On May 27 at 9:23 a.m. Moscow time, the Soyuz-2-1b rocket lifted off from launching Pad 4, Site 43 into rainy skies over the Plesetsk Cosmodrome spaceport in northern Russian Federation. A Soyuz-2.1B carrier rocket blasted off from northwest Russia's...

18 new earth-like planets spotted outside solar system 18 new earth-like planets spotted outside solar system

These planets are similar to our planet in size and conditions. Exoplanets that are relatively small are fascinating targets for Earth-like, potentially habitable planets outside the solar system. "This method constitutes a significant step forward...

CuriosityStream Fetes Lunar Landing Anniversary - TVREAL CuriosityStream Fetes Lunar Landing Anniversary - TVREAL

The Trump administration requested Congress final week to extend NASA's spending subsequent 12 months by $1.6 billion to accommodate the accelerated objective of touchdown Individuals again on the moon by 2024 - higher than half a century after the t...

Exploding supernovae ‘put humans on two legs — Evolution BOMBSHELL Exploding supernovae ‘put humans on two legs — Evolution BOMBSHELL

The cosmic rays caused the ions in the Earth's atmosphere to go haywire, making the planet's covering more conductive. Because of the high-energy emissions of the supernovas , the Earth's weather has been affected, leading to many lightings that h...

Rogue 'Forbidden' planet defies its star's death zone Rogue 'Forbidden' planet defies its star's death zone

The planet seems to circle its star once every 1.3 Earth-days, and it is about 20 times the mass and 3 times the radius of Earth . Against the odds, NGTS-4b is located firmly in this area. Here, planets are blasted with radiation from stars, so the ...

Sydney imposes first water restrictions in decade Sydney imposes first water restrictions in decade

But the state government has issued level one water restrictions from June 1, even though dam levels are now at 53 per cent. But the move is seen as a response to the ongoing drought. The restrictions come just a few months after Sydney's desal...

Send your name to Mars with NASA Send your name to Mars with NASA

For spacecraft headed to Mars, the huge distance means communication delays that prevent anything resembling real-time control, and that means the Mars 2020 lander needs to be smart enough to choose where to land as it's descending. This will provide...

UFO 'sightings' explode as SpaceX Starlink 'train' appears UFO 'sightings' explode as SpaceX Starlink 'train' appears

The launch got here per week after two again-to-again countdowns for the mission had been scrubbed - as soon as because of extreme winds over the Cape and the following evening with a objective to replace satellite tv for pc software program and "tri...

World's rivers loaded with antibiotics waste World's rivers loaded with antibiotics waste

Another antibiotic Ciproflaxacin, which is used to treat a number of bacterial infections , most frequently exceeded safe levels, surpassing the safety threshold in 51 places. The study also revealed high-risk sites typically adjacent to wastewater ...

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