SpaceX Launches Tiny Sea Creatures, Experimental Toothpaste, Solar Panels to ISS

[ad_1] SpaceX on Thursday launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels. NS 7,300-pound (3,300-kilogram) shipment — which also includes fresh lemons, onions, avocados and cherry tomatoes for the station’s seven astronauts — should arrive Saturday. SpaceX’s A Falcon rocket explodes in the […]

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MIT Researchers Create Programmable Digital Fibre That Can Be Sewn Into Fabrics

[ad_1] A team of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has invented a fiber with digital capabilities that can sense, store, analyze and predict movements once sewn into a shirt. Is. These fibers increase the chances of uncovering the context of hidden patterns in the human body, said Joel Fink, a professor and principal […]

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Do Aliens Exist? Here’s What a NASA Scientist Has to Say About It

[ad_1] There is an eternal question on the mind of every space enthusiast – does life exist outside Earth? Despite many space missions, we have not been able to find any traces of life outside our planet so far. However, every now and then we hear about a UFO sighted in some part of the […]

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Mars Rocks Collected by NASA’s Perseverance Boost Case for Ancient Life

[ad_1] NASA’s Persistence Mars rover has now collected two rock samples, with indications that they were exposed to water long enough to fuel the case for ancient life on the Red Planet. “Our first reefs appear to reveal a potentially habitable continuous environment,” Ken Farley, the mission’s project scientist, said in a statement Friday. “It’s […]

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‘Flying Dragon’ Dinosaur Roamed the Southern Skies Too, Scientists Say

[ad_1] Scientists in Chile’s Atacama Desert have unearthed the fossilized remains of a so-called “flying dragon”, a Jurassic-era dinosaur previously known only in the Northern Hemisphere. The flying reptile belonged to a group of early pterosaurs that roamed the Earth 160 million years ago. It had a long pointed tail, wings and pointed, outward-pointing teeth. […]

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‘Chocolate Frog’: Australian Researchers Discover New Species of the Amphibian in New Guinea

[ad_1] Researchers at the Queensland Museum in Australia have found a new, adorable frog species in the marshy, lowland forests of New Guinea. Nicknamed the “chocolate frog”, it has large, cartoon-like eyes and its skin is the color of milk chocolate. The candy colored amphibian is closely related to the green tree frog which is […]

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NASA Shares Statement on James Webb Space Telescope Launch Readiness: On Schedule for Post-October 31 Take Off

[ad_1] NASA’s long-awaited major observatory – the James Webb Space Telescope – is slated for take-off after October this year, as the space agency continues its talks with the European Space Agency (ESA) to set a final launch date. Is. This follows their initial announcement in July last year that the Webb telescope was slated […]

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