Dimming of Betelgeuse: Here’s Why the Glow of One of Brightest Stars Faded

[ad_1] Betelgeuse, once said to be the ninth brightest star in the sky, began to dim rapidly in December 2019. Even though Betelgeuse was always a “variable” star, meaning its brightness would fluctuate, as of February 2020 it had reported a loss of about two. – a third of its brightness. This made astronomers wonder […]

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NASA Skywatching Tips: Pay Attention to the Night Sky This September, Interesting Things Are Happening

[ad_1] The month appears to be beneficial for skywatchers with a whole range of binoculars and telescopic sights to come. According to NASA, throughout September, interesting cosmic events will occur and can be seen on the horizon. Astronomers and space enthusiasts will have to prepare quickly for the smallest Mercury, the space agency said in […]

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Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo Flights Grounded by US Pending July Spaceflight Mishap Probe

[ad_1] The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday barred Virgin Galactic from flying its SpaceShipTwo until the agency approves its final crash investigation report from its July flight or determines that the issues affect public safety. do not. NS FAA confirmed on Wednesday deviation check in the lineage of flight Virgin Galactic The rocket […]

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Virgin Galactic to Launch Unity 23, Its First Commercial Research Mission, With Italian Air Force Soon

[ad_1] Virgin Galactic is launching its first commercial research mission called “Unity 23” with the Italian Air Force at the edge of space, it said Thursday. The space travel company has scheduled a mission in late September or early October that will carry three paid crew members from the Air Force and the National Research […]

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SpaceX’s Starlink Expects It Can Provide Global Coverage Around September

[ad_1] Starlink, the satellite internet arm of Elon Musk’s SpaceX, is expected to be able to provide continued global coverage around September, but will require regulatory approval after that, its president Gwynne Shotwell said Tuesday. “We’ve successfully deployed 1,800 or so satellites and once all those satellites reach their operational orbit, we’ll have continued global […]

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Ethical AI Design May Be Broadly Adopted Within Next Decade, Experts Express Concern

[ad_1] Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now being adopted for automation in various fields – from diagnosing medical conditions to helping to control traffic and drive vehicles. It is also used to run chatbots for customers to find signs of fraud in financial transactions. This new technology is also being adopted to read people’s emotions and […]

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Alzheimer’s Vaccine AADvac1 Shows Promising Results in Phase II Clinical Trials

[ad_1] Alzheimer’s is an irreversible and progressive brain disorder that affects memory and thinking skills, eventually rendering most patients unable to perform everyday tasks. But a leading clinical-stage biotech company has published full phase II results of its tau vaccine AADvac1 against Alzheimer’s disease, with positive results. The Adamant, 24-month randomized, placebo-controlled, trial, was conducted […]

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