China supports major uncommon earth consolidation to balance out supply chain

China’s state resource organization has supported a significant consolidation of uncommon earth resources under different state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to form a new organization, as per a filing from one of the SOEs involved, denoting a huge advance toward the country’s efforts to optimize the management of the key resources. The forming of the uncommon earth… Continue reading China supports major uncommon earth consolidation to balance out supply chain

World’s first millipede with 1000-legs found in Western Australia

The first-ever millipede with more than 1,000 legs has been found in Western Australia. Insect haters are set to shudder at the possibility of science’s most recent discovery in Western Australia – a millipede with 1306 legs. The species, which is the first “true” millipede, has 1,306 legs and was found up to 60 meters… Continue reading World’s first millipede with 1000-legs found in Western Australia

JIINAN introduces a luxury activewear line to help save our oceans

With increasing awareness about global warming, water pollution, deforestation, etc., the general consumer is moving towards more sustainable products and consumption. Everyone wants to leave a better world for future generations. Jessica is one such entrepreneur that wants to make the world a better place, and her business model reflects the same. Her upcoming company… Continue reading JIINAN introduces a luxury activewear line to help save our oceans

NASA’s Parker solar probe becomes the first rocket to ‘touch the sun’

After going through 990 days speeding through the solar system and zipping around Venus and our home star, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has accomplished the feature goal of its mission: It “touched the sun.” All the more explicitly, an instrument aboard the probe, which was launched on Aug. 12, 2018, told researchers back on Earth… Continue reading NASA’s Parker solar probe becomes the first rocket to ‘touch the sun’

The Story Behind NAPJITSU and How High Performers Can Benefit From Scientific Breakthroughs

NASA astronauts and elite United States military personnel are undoubtedly some of the highest performing individuals around the world. For years, scientists, health and wellness professionals and workaholics have looked at them for guidance when it comes to making the most of their available energy reserves. What is the secret? It can be as simple… Continue reading The Story Behind NAPJITSU and How High Performers Can Benefit From Scientific Breakthroughs

Elon Musk says SpaceX expecting to first combined launch of the Super Heavy booster and Starship mega-rocket orbital flight in January

SpaceX’s team in South Texas is outfitting to be prepared for the first combined launch of the Super Heavy booster and Starship mega-rocket when January, expecting the organization to finish launchpad construction, ground testing and gets regulatory approval from the Federal Aviation Administration, founder Elon Musk said Wednesday. SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk said… Continue reading Elon Musk says SpaceX expecting to first combined launch of the Super Heavy booster and Starship mega-rocket orbital flight in January

Amazon will launch the first two prototype internet satellites for the Project Kuiper constellation in 2022

Amazon expects to launch the first two prototype satellites for its gigantic Project Kuiper broadband constellation in the fourth quarter Q4 of 2022, which would be almost four years after SpaceX launched its first prototype Starlink satellites. The two spacecraft, known as KuiperSat-1 and KuiperSat-2, will take off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station… Continue reading Amazon will launch the first two prototype internet satellites for the Project Kuiper constellation in 2022

NASA postpones SpaceX Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of the storm and scheduled to November 3

NASA and SpaceX currently are focusing on 1:10 a.m. EDT Wednesday, November 3, for the organization’s Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of a huge storm system wandering across the Ohio Valley and through the northeastern United States this weekend, raising winds and waves in the Atlantic Ocean along the Crew Dragon flight… Continue reading NASA postpones SpaceX Crew-3 launch to the International Space Station because of the storm and scheduled to November 3

SpaceX starts up Falcon 9 rocket for Crew-3 Halloween astronaut launch

SpaceX has started up the rocket that will launch its next group of space travelers toward the International Space Station this end of the week. The private spaceflight organization led a static-fire test before first light Thursday (Oct. 28) of its Falcon 9 rocket at Pad 39A here at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The test… Continue reading SpaceX starts up Falcon 9 rocket for Crew-3 Halloween astronaut launch

The US is planning to launch the new lunar mission Artemis 1 in Feb 2022

NASA is aiming to launch its uncrewed lunar mission Artemis 1 in February one year from now, the space organization said Friday, the first step in America’s plan to return people to the Moon. The office had at first would have liked to launch the test flight before the current year’s over, with astronauts set… Continue reading The US is planning to launch the new lunar mission Artemis 1 in Feb 2022