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Happy birthday, curiosity! The NASA rover turns 8 on Mars

NASA would be thrilled if its recently launched Mars Rover ended up equaling the longevity of its predecessor. The size of the agency car Rover of curiosity celebrates eight years (Earth) on the red planet today (August 5), less than a week later The rover of perseverance took flight to Mars. The synergy over time is adequate; Perseverance shares chassis …

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Check out the amazing prototype of Starship ‘hop’ space navigation flight and landing: TechCrunch

SpaceX On Tuesday evening they achieved great success in their Starship spacecraft development program, flying the prototype SN5 of the future vehicle to a height of about 500 feet, powered by a single Raptor engine. The test, which took place at the SpaceX rocket development and testing facility in Boca Chica, Texas, marks the first time a full-scale Starship prototype …

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Researchers discover how a protein reduces the adverse impact of water loss on cells

Credit: Public domain CC0 A researcher at the University of Houston College of Medicine has discovered how a protein inside the body reduces the adverse effects of hypertonicity, a water imbalance and solutes within cells. Hypertonicity causes contraction of cells and eventual cell death. The findings could have implications for a wide range of diseases, such as brain tumor edema, …

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NASA warns today: RT World News

NASA sounds the alarm on several incoming space rocks, one of which must pass one-third the distance between Earth and the moon. On Tuesday, asteroid PQ1 2009, 110 meters in diameter, will reach 4.1 million kilometers from Earth, another rocky month for Earth and its asteroid hunters. This will be followed a few days later by the asteroid 2020 OL4 …

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Dragon Crew SpaceX astronauts describe an exciting return to Earth

On Sunday back to Earth in a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule ascended at a high speed on Tuesday, astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken said on Tuesday. The fire, perfectly controlled down to splash He left without a hitch, an important step towards vehicle certification for operational flights. “What a ride!” Behnken tweeted, sharing photos from long-range tracking cameras of …

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The world’s smallest dinosaur is no more: a 2-inch creature is probably a lizard

A few months after a group of researchers succeeded in discovering the world’s smallest dinosaur, the researchers themselves have blamed their findings, saying it was probably a lizard instead. The requalification of the reptile, known as Oculudentavis khaungraae, comes after a separate group of researchers questioned the findings and study methodology that had been published on the bioRxiv server. “We, …

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The prototype spacecraft SpaceX is finally flying

WASHINGTON – After months of delays and installation testing, a prototype of the new-generation reusable launch vehicle from SpaceX made a brief “jump” flight on Aug. 4 at the company’s southern test site. Texas. The Starship SN5 vehicle, powered by a single Raptor engine, took off shortly before 8 p.m. east at the SpaceX site in Boca Chica, Texas. The …

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First, astronomers find an exoplanet using radio waves and a rippling star.

Searching for exoplanets in our galaxy is a very important endeavor. The more exoplanets we find, the better we can understand our own solar system, and how life arises in the Universe. To date, more than 4,000 exoplanets have been confirmed, but a new discovery could expand the search, helping us find exoplanets previously too difficult to detect. The newly …

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