NASA LunaNet will illuminate the moon with wi-fi and Mars might be next

Neil Armstrong spoke the first words from the moon, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, on July 20, 1969. After five decades NASA intends to associate the moon to Earth using a Lunar Network (LunaNet), before once again placing boots on the moon, and eventually to Mars and even past.… Continue reading NASA LunaNet will illuminate the moon with wi-fi and Mars might be next

North Korea fires unidentified ballistic missile towards eastern coast South Korea and Japan

North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea on Tuesday, South Korea’s military said, its most recent in a series of tests with examiners saying it might have been a submarine-launched weapon. North Korea has fired at least one ballistic missile towards the sea off its eastern coast South Korea and Japan have said.… Continue reading North Korea fires unidentified ballistic missile towards eastern coast South Korea and Japan

William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk role in ‘Star Trek,’ will travel to space on a Blue Origin launch on Oct 12

Blue Origin affirmed that actor William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk on “Star Trek,” will fly into space on a suborbital launch on Oct 12 from West Texas. Blue Origin, the space travel organization owned by Jeff Bezos, reported on Monday that William Shatner, a Canadian actor who played Captain Kirk in the popular science… Continue reading William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk role in ‘Star Trek,’ will travel to space on a Blue Origin launch on Oct 12

Nasa’s Landsat-9, the most powerful Earth observation satellite, is ready to launch tonight

Nasa will launch one of its generally amazing and advanced satellites to monitor Earth on Monday, the Landsat-9 will hitch a ride on the United Launch Alliance rocket. The takeoff is scheduled for 2.12 pm EDT (11.42 pm IST) from the Vandenberg Space Force Base. Once into orbit, Landsat-9, alongside its sister satellite Landsat-8, will… Continue reading Nasa’s Landsat-9, the most powerful Earth observation satellite, is ready to launch tonight

Samsung and Harvard University publish research Perspective paper ‘Neuromorphic electronics based on copying and pasting the brain’

Samsung and Harvard University have published new research that proposes it is feasible to develop a brain-inspired memory chip. Samsung Electronics has shared a new understanding that makes the world a step nearer to acknowledging neuromorphic chips that can more readily copy the brain. Imagined by the leading engineers and researchers from Samsung and Harvard… Continue reading Samsung and Harvard University publish research Perspective paper ‘Neuromorphic electronics based on copying and pasting the brain’

NASA picks landing site for Moon automated rover mission

NASA is sending an automated rover to search for water-ice almost a pit at the Moon’s the South Pole. In 2023, the golf truck measured vehicle will land close to the western edge of Nobile Crater, a 73km-wide sorrow that is forever in shadow. The Viper mission will uphold plans for human investigation of the… Continue reading NASA picks landing site for Moon automated rover mission

Earth’s ozone layer hole over Antarctica is bigger than usual this year, researchers say

Researchers say the hole in the Earth’s protective ozone layer over the Southern Hemisphere is bigger than usual this year and as of now outperforms the size of Antarctica. The hole in the ozone layer that grows every year is “rather larger than usual” and is as of now greater than Antarctica, say the researchers… Continue reading Earth’s ozone layer hole over Antarctica is bigger than usual this year, researchers say

SpaceX’s Inspiration4 ‘the first all-civilian’ mission will send 4 individuals with minimal training into orbit on Sept 15

On Sept. 15, 2021, the next batch of space tourists is set to take off onboard a SpaceX rocket. Organized and funded by entrepreneur Jared Isaacman, the Inspiration4 mission promotes itself as “the first all-civilian mission to orbit” and represents a new type of space travel industry. The four crew members won’t be the first… Continue reading SpaceX’s Inspiration4 ‘the first all-civilian’ mission will send 4 individuals with minimal training into orbit on Sept 15

SpaceX’s first all-civilian ‘Inspiration4’ mission is set to launch on Sept 15

SpaceX’s first all-civilian launch is officially “go” for launch. The mission, called Inspiration4, is set to take off from NASA’s Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Sept. 15. A group of four private residents will tie into a Crew Dragon rocket and launch on a three-day journey around the Earth. “#Inspiration4 and… Continue reading SpaceX’s first all-civilian ‘Inspiration4’ mission is set to launch on Sept 15

CEO Elon Musk says SpaceX could launch a Starship to the moon for NASA ‘probably sooner’ than 2024

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says he might have the option to launch the organization’s monstrous new Starship to the moon for NASA “probably sooner” than the space office’s 2024 objective even despite contract and other deferrals. Starship was chosen as NASA’s lander of decision for the Artemis human landing framework (HLS) in April, yet two… Continue reading CEO Elon Musk says SpaceX could launch a Starship to the moon for NASA ‘probably sooner’ than 2024