Singapore Trials Patrol Robots to Deter Bad Social Behaviour

[ad_1] Singapore has begun testing robots to patrol public areas and prevent poor social behavior in its latest effort to further expand its robust portfolio of surveillance equipment. Singapore, one of the world’s safest countries, has tested two autonomous robots to detect bad behavior, such as breaching COVID-19 Singapore’s Home Team Science and Technology Agency […]

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Inspiration4: Meet the Crew of SpaceX’s First All-Civilian Orbital Mission

[ad_1] Ever since the Elon Musk-owned SpaceX announced it was aiming to launch the first all-civilian spaceflight mission on Sept. 15, there has been growing curiosity about those who have signed up for this potentially historic stay . Four private citizens will fly to space and spend three days there as part of the aptly […]

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‘Hubble Time’: Space Telescope Captures Rare Phenomenon Involving Newly Born Star

[ad_1] The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared a stunning image of a rare celestial event occurring in a dark alley of the incredibly vast universe, known as the Herbig-Haro object. It shows a bright beam of light moving at high speed and penetrating the clouds. Captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, this particular event […]

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2021 NY1: ‘Potentially Hazardous Asteroid’ Will Be Closely Flying by Earth Later This Month

[ad_1] An asteroid named 2021 NY1 may come close to hitting Earth this month. The asteroid has been classified as a Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (PHA) by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). It is also classified as a near-Earth object because of its prediction of a close pass to our planet. It is estimated to […]

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What Does Big Data Have to Do With Wildlife Conservation?

[ad_1] A species becomes extinct when no one of its kind is left. In other words, extinctions are all about small numbers, so how do big data help us study extinctions? Fortunately for us, each individual of a species carries the signature of its past, information about how connected/distinct it is today, and other information […]

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China’s Mars Rover Zhurong Seen Exploring the Red Planet in First Photos

[ad_1] With solar panel “wings” spread out and two camera “eyes” pointing forward, China’s Mars rover Zurong struck a bird-like pose as it explored the Red Planet in photos released Friday by the country’s space agency . Zurong’s touchdown in May was the first successful probe by any country to land on its first Mars […]

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Blue Origin: Bid of $28 Million Wins a Rocket Trip to Space With Jeff Bezos

[ad_1] A seat on the spacecraft ride with billionaire Jeff Bezos went for $2.8 million (about Rs 205 crore) during a live auction on Saturday, a month-long bidding process for sightseeing on Blue Origin’s maiden voyage next month. ended. Within four minutes of the opening of Saturday’s live phone auction, bids reached over $20 million […]

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