Russian space agency Roscosmos has announced this week that it hopes to launch its own orbiting space station by 2025. The agency is considering withdrawing from the ISS program and operating its own space station. Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin says that work has already begun on the first module for the space station. Officials also warned that they are considering … Continue reading
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A lot can go wrong in space — that we know for sure. So as we plan to go to Mars and potentially settle there as a species, the most unpredictable element we have to prepare for is not the spacecraft we send but the humans aboard it. Astronauts face a number of hazards when they choose to be strapped to a rocket and shot off the face of the Earth: Radiation, lack of gravity, and the possibility of encountering and inhabiting an inhospitable environment. And while it takes three days to get to the moon, it will take eight months to even land on Mars — this means astronauts traveling there will have to mentally prepare for being away from Earth for up to three years. “But there is also a definite acknowledgement that the Mars missions are going to be unprecedented and isolating.” Rupert, who runs the Mars Society’s research facility located in the Utah desert, which hosts eight-month-long field studies, believes that not only do future astronauts have to have incredible professional skills, but they must also have interpersonal skills in order to survive — and stay sane — while working and living with cabin mates.
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NASA's SpaceX Crew-2 mission is set to launch for the International Space Station on Thursday morning. 
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NASA has given the green-light for the SpaceX Crew-2 mission to launch in a week’s time, it’s been confirmed, with four astronauts after headed out to the International Space Station. The decision was made after a Flight Readiness Review (FRR) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, which decided the record-setting launch was safe to go ahead. It’ll be the second showing … Continue reading
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Perseverance’s lead telecom engineer explains how to handle interplanetary radio interference
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A new time-lapse video feature in Google Earth lets users see how humans have reshaped the globe over the decades.
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(City University London) Professor Nabil Aouf will spearhead the project titled, 'Artificial Intelligence Techniques for guidance, navigation and control (GNC) Design, Implementation and Verification' (AITIVE-GNC).
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Scientists want to explore a cave on the moon to determine if we could build a habitat inside it. How? With a Star Wars-style robot, of course!
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James Webb will investigate how stars are formed, research bodies within our solar system, and even search for the earliest galaxies in the universe.
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Over the many years the Hubble Space Telescope has spent orbiting the Earth, it has had its share of issues. The space telescope has also taken some of the most spectacular images of the cosmos humans have ever seen. One of the most beautiful images Hubble has taken is of the Veil Nebula. NASA originally shared the image seen above … Continue reading
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NASA and ESA's space telescope snapped a gorgeous supernova remnant, and it's even more beautiful after a new round of image processing.
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NASA and ESA's space telescope snapped a gorgeous supernova remnant, and it's even more beautiful after a new round of image processing.
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SpaceX is set to make a change to its Crew Dragon spacecraft for its forthcoming history-making all-civilian launch, currently set for September 15. That Dragon will replace its International Space Station docking mechanism with a transparent dome, through which passengers will be able to take in an awe-inspiring surround panorama of space and the Earth […]
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Astroboffins are so confident, this once dangerous near-Earth object has now been struck off official risk lists Humanity can breathe a sigh of relief. Asteroid 99942 Apophis, a 340-metre-wide space rock scientists initially believed to be one of the most hazardous near-Earth objects, will not hit our planet in 2068 as feared, after all.…
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Here’s what the maritime traffic jam caused by the quarter-mile-long MS Ever Given blocking the Suez Canal looks like from space:The European Space Agency shared the satellite image on Friday. Taken on Thursday, it shows hundreds of boats backed up in the Gulf of Suez, waiting to pass through the Egyptian waterway. By now, the queue will likely be much longer.Compare it to the image below, taken Sunday, just two days before the vessel was blown off course and became stuck.See the images, which were both captured by the ESA’s Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission, side by side here:As some ships stuck in the queue decided to divert around the southern tip of Africa, efforts were ongoing on Saturday to free the ship so it could continue its voyage from China to Rotterdam.Extra tugboats and dredgers were being recruited in a bid to help shift the ship, officials said, revealing a further possible plan to remove containers from it in a bid to lighten its load.Related...15 Amazing Photos You Missed This WeekStuck Cargo Ship Charted X-Rated Route Before Blocking Suez Canal
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(Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT) The project has born from the collaboration between Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and the ESA in order to detect archaeological sites from above by analyzing satellite images through artificial intelligence (AI). IIT's researchers of the Centre of Cultural Heritage Technology in Venice, led by Arianna Traviglia, will introduce AI to help archaeologists trace back the ancient presence of humans by revealing hidden traces in the soil.
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The biggest challenge for a multi-mission robotic lift-off from an alien planet: It must work right the first time
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Humans aspired to colonize the Moon for centuries, but the celestial body has an extremely hostile environment. The safest locations for settlers could be under the Moon’s surface. The European Space Agency (ESA) believes lunar caves could provide shelter from radiation, micrometeorites, and extreme temperatures — and perhaps even access to water ice deposits. The agency is currently testing an autonomous robot that it hopes will offer new insights into conditions in the caverns. [Read: How to use AI to better serve your customers] Named DAEDALUS, the 46-cm sphere would be lowered into a cave’s mouth from a long tether and… This story continues at The Next Web
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Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla is pretty ambitious and does a lot of innovative stuff. Many people know Musk with Tesla’s electric cars, however, ... The post Elon Musk: SpaceX will land an interstellar spacecraft on Mars before 2030 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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