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SpaceX left 10 percent of its team to become a smaller company

Increase / Elon Musk, commander of SpaceX, decided to cut 10% of the workforce. SpaceX will add up to 10 percent of its workforce, said the company on Friday afternoon. The company related to the characteristics of the posts as a "strategic alignment," designed to ensure that it is located to succeed in the long term. Friday employees were advertised …

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Find Astronomers Detective Patterns in the Clouds of Venus

Scientists found mysterious patterns of penetration crossing huge areas in the clouds of Venus. The discovery brings us a glimpse of the brutal conditions and climate on the strangest planet that is closest to the Sun. Based on advanced computer molding, it seems to the team that the air is to cause polar jet flows, like those on Earth, to …

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SpaceX plans to lay off 10% of its workforce

Peter Parks | AFP | Getty Images Billionaire entrepreneur and founder of SpaceX Elon Musk speaks at the 68th International Astronautical Congress 2017 in Adelaide on September 29, 2017. SpaceX is planning on trimming its workforce, a company spokeswoman told CNBC. div > div.group> p: first-child "/> The company said it sees "extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead" and therefore needs to …

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Elon Musk shows the Starship test rocket together – TechCrunch

After supporting a week of productions and production photos, Elon Musk showed the Starship test rocket finished last night. As you can see, Starship's tested rocket has a stainless steel skin, which some people scratched. Steel is indeed permanently, but weighs more than other materials used in rockets, such as carbon fiber, aluminum and titanium. However, suggests that it is …

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Research researchers may be able to consider blackpox

Officially known as AT2018cow, the "The Cow" thing was named and if there is a neutron star or a black hole – both can be done when a giant star falls – it will help scientists understand what it is exactly when this type of procedure occurs. "We know from the theory that the black holes and neutron stars leave …

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The prototype of a steam spacecraft can be explored in theory of celestial objects "forever"

Credit: NASA It is now possible to use steam to place asteroid asteroid spacecraft spacecraft, with collaboration between a private space company and Central Florida University. UCF's planning research scientist, Phil Metzger with Bee Robotics of Bead de Pasadena, California, developed the insufficient watercraft from asteroids or other bodies of the planet to steam a steam that generate and transfer …

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