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NASA’s Mars Rover perseverance is fine and out of “safe mode”

Now you can breathe easy – everything works fine with NASA the recently launched Mars Rover Perseverance. Perseverance entered a “safe mode” of protection Shortly after yesterday’s (July 30) lift because part of the spacecraft got a little colder than expected when it approached Earth’s shadow. NASA officials stressed at the time that this development had no special impact and …

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The Chinese Silk Space Route reaches Mars and beyond

Most geopolitical analyzes are quite low on Earth. But don’t forget to look up: China’s influence is rocket over the sky. On July 23, a March 5 rocket was fired from the Wenchen launch center on China’s Hainan Island. Equipped with a terrifier, an orbiter and a flyer, the Chinese Tianwen-1 spacecraft has set off to begin a full probe …

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Epigenetics and cell diversity in the embryo

After 8 days, the developing mouse embryo resembles a seahorse. Without the PRC2 epigenetic regulator, it is less complex and looks more like an egg. A closer look at the cells of the embryo reveals the tasks of regulatory factors during development. Credit: Abhishek Sampath Kumar / MPIMG A research team at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in …

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Could the new NASA mission find life on Mars? – Inside Edition

Could the new NASA mission find life on Mars? Inside Edition Central Florida 100: COVID-19, voting and mission to Mars Orlando Sentinel The Perseverance rover is on its way to Mars. What’s next? CNN A space race on Mars? Not at all, here’s why. Space.com The Richmond Craft Beer blog is aimed at Mars WTVR CBS 6 See full coverage …

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The first genetic elimination of cephalopods was obtained

Hatchings of squid (Doryteuthis pealeii) with a long bottom. To the left is a control stick; noteworthy are the black and reddish brown chromatophores placed evenly across the mantle, head, and tentacles. In contrast, the right embryo was injected with CRISPR-Cas9 targeting a pigmentation gene (Tryptophan 2,3 Dioxygenase) before first cell division; it has very few pigmented chromatophores and light …

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The spacecraft carrying perseverance switches to “safe mode” after prison, but NASA says it doesn’t care

March 2020 mission lstart, with the Perseverance rover on board.Image: NASA / Joel Kowsky True to this agonizing year that is 2020, yesterday’s launch of NASA’s Mars Perseverance the rover was not without problems. As planned, a ULA Atlas V rocket was carrying the Perseverance rover i Wit helicopter get up of Cape Canaveral Air Force Stasting in Florida yesterday …

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SpaceX wins FCC approval to test Starlink ground stations in 6 states

A cluster of 60 SpaceX Starlink satellites before launch on January 29, 2020. The launch, which is believed to have cost SpaceX $ 50 million, was the company’s third launch of a satellite operating lot · Starlink beds. (Image credit: SpaceX) Hawthorne, an astronaut launch service provider and astronaut equipment manufacturer Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) plans to diversify its …

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New “brilliant” technique for studying the elements of overheating

Laser chromatography will initially be used to investigate lawrencium, element 103. Credit: Mustapha Laatiaoui Fusion methodologies of physics and chemistry for optical spectroscopy of overheating elements. The elements of the superhero are intriguing nuclear and atomic quantum systems that challenge the experimental test as they do not occur in nature and, when synthesized, fade away in a matter of seconds. …

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