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Do Not Need Your Life To Do The Way Of The Wind On Mars

NASA's latest NASA weather package, and you can check the daily conditions on Elysium Planitia online. However, the data seems to have been a bit mysterious. According to Ars Technica, every day at 7am and 7PM local time, spike has an independent atmospheric pressure. The TWINS (Temperature and Speed ​​for InSight) package that the Center of Spanish Astrobiology shows the …

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Russia will fly two space tourists to the ISS in late 2021

Roscosmos was not shy about the motivation to take on these tourists. It noted that these travelers were helping to fund Russia's spaceflight industry, including future Soyuz vehicles. The publicity is almost secondary – this is as much about supporting future missions as anything else. The 2021 launch will take place under different circumstances, though. Space tourism will not be …

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The Life in Space Protects the Company on Notice

There were some interesting effects of living in the outer space for the American astronomer Scott Kelly. Scientists found signs of increased activity in their immune system, the body's natural protections against disease. The life in the activity space changed some of Kelly's genes compared to the two identical brothers who stayed on Earth. Scientists reported their results at an …

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NASA, SpaceX is ready to send a Crew Dragon capsule to ISS

Dragon Crew Dragon capsule gets ready before flying unexpected test. SpaceX Delays and space flights are close to their companions. NASA has returned the launch date for the FlightX Demo-1 test flight of Crew Dragon's chapel again and again, but it seems that new data will appear in the first place on March 2. NASA data shared on the Wednesday …

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Lives Long Lives Live. Why are not we able?

Sleep – that this absurd habit, losing on the face for the final hours – is so universal throughout the kingdom that normally accepts animals that it is necessary to survive. However, scientists who have repeatedly sleep more than one thousand flies, reporting that there is a need to have less slumber to cultivate life than previously, at least one …

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Forget Airwolf: One of these is the first "helicopter" attack

Future "helicopter" builds the shape. A transcript of this video can be found here. The Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk and many of the US Army helicopter's backbone changes have been many years ago. Designed during the last major supply pipeline of the Army helicopter in the 1980s, the Black Hawk now forms in some form in each of the military …

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First private Moon lander heralds new lunar space race

Israel is heading for the Moon – and a lunar milestone. If all goes well, a lander scheduled to launch on 21 February will become the first privately funded craft to land on the Moon. The feat seems set to kick off a new era of lunar exploration – one in which national space agencies work alongside private industries to …

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Japanese Spacecraft to Shoot Bullet at Asteroid This Week

A barrel and bullet like the one that will be shot by Hayabusa2. Photo: JAXA The spacecraft Hayabusa2's first touchdown onto the asteroid Ryugu is scheduled for this week. If successful, the craft will shoot a bullet into the rock in order to capture samples to bring back to Earth. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is in the midst …

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