Rocket Lab’s 10th Launch Marked a Big Step Toward Rocket Reuse

Rocket Lab's 10th Launch Marked a Big Step Toward Rocket Reuse
December 9, 2019

Rocket Lab recently launched seven satellites to orbit and discovered a thing or two about bringing boosters back all the way down to Earth for reuse. A 2 stage Electron rocket lifted off from the company’s New Zealand launch site today (December 6) at 3:18 a.m. EST, carrying an artificial-meteor spacecraft and six microsatellites high into the antipodean skies. If all the things go in accordance with the plan, all…

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Scientist Researching On the Increase of Oxygenic Photosynthesis

Scientist Researching On the Increase of Oxygenic Photosynthesis
December 9, 2019

Around 2.4 billion years ago, at the end of the Archean Eon, a planet-wide increase in oxygen levels known as the Great Oxidation Event (GOE) created the acquainted environment all of us breathe today. ┬áResearchers focused on life’s origins broadly agree that this transition occasion was caused by the global proliferation of photosynthetic microbes able to splitting water to make molecular oxygen (O2). Nevertheless, in accordance with Tanja Bosak, associate…

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Eric Wagner Was Able to Capture a Shot of Bright ‘Blue’ Meteor from The Plane

Eric Wagner Was Able to Capture a Shot of Bright 'Blue' Meteor from The Plane
October 16, 2019

NASA has posted a stunning picture of a blue “fireball meteor” and a rare look at Jupiter with the naked eye, because of the work of a quick-thinking photographer. Eric Wagner was on his way to Australia from Singapore on Sept. 24 when, as luck would have it, he captured the incredible picture and posted it to social media. “I arranged my tripod and began shooting,” Wagner wrote on social…

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Ocean Photographer Encounter with Over 10,000 Mobula Rays Swimming in Ocean

Ocean Photographer Encounter with Over 10,000 Mobula Rays Swimming in Ocean
October 16, 2019

Incredible pictures show a fever of thousands of Mobula rays, additionally known as devil rays swimming in close-to-perfect formation just off the Mexican shore. Ocean photographer Nadia Aly has taken the pictures, based on news reports. Aly, 35, had been swimming for four hours close to the group in Baja California, Mexico when she snapped the pics. “It is extremely uncommon to get an encounter like this, with this many…

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JPMorgan Looking Buyers for FreshDirect

JPMorgan Looking Buyers for FreshDirect
October 15, 2019

JPMorgan is reportedly see buyers for FreshDirect, indicating they want out of their investment into the online food retailer recently affected by delivery issues, based on a new report. While the grocery store’s largest investor appears for potential buyers, Amazon and Walmart, both invested within the grocery business, recently vetted FreshDirect’s financial and performance information for the third time, based on the newspaper citing sources aware of the matter. In…

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Space ‘Elevator’ To The Moon Could Be a Replacement for Old Traditional Rockets

Space 'Elevator' To The Moon Could Be a Replacement for Old Traditional Rockets
October 15, 2019

Recently, a non-peer reviewed research by Zephyr Penoyre theorized that not only is an “elevator” to the moon possible, however, but it may also be built utilizing existing elements. Their concept takes a unique approach than that from NASA and other space agencies. As opposed to a cable stretching skyward anchored from the Earth, the cable proposed within the research runs from the moon down towards our planet, coming to…

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NASA Invested $3 Million In The SpaceX For Research

NASA Invested $3 Million In The SpaceX For Research
October 14, 2019

If SpaceX desires its massive next-generation spacecraft to reach the moon and planets beyond, CEO Elon Musk says it will have to be refueled in orbit around Earth, and NASA desires to know more. In the early test flight phase prototype, Starship is made with a stainless steel crewed craft that can launch atop a Super Heavy booster. However, due to its dimension and potentially heavy payloads like dozens or…

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In Jobs Human Replaced by AI

In Jobs Human Replaced by AI
October 14, 2019

Interest in utilizing artificial intelligence AI for efficiency in the workplace has been rising rapidly lately, and technology continues to be launched by big-tech leaders to support a variety of businesses and their specific job functions, however, which means there might be far fewer jobs in the future. “Banks are making some huge investments in technology that would result in 200,000 job cuts within the next decade,” the News reported…

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Tip Top Poultry, Inc. Recall for Its Meat

Tip Top Poultry, Inc. Recall for Its Meat
October 13, 2019

Tip Top Poultry published a voluntary recall of all cooked, hot deboned fowl meat in late September, because of potential Listeria infection. On Tuesday, Tip Top extended it to include further products and retailers. Stores affected include Kroger, Fred Meyer, Smiths ALDI, Food Lion, including Piggly Wiggly, among others. The initial recall included an undetermined quantity of ready-to-eat poultry products collectively frozen or cooked, distributed by brands including Butterball, Perdue,…

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New Species of Predatory Dinosaur Identified as Siamraptor Suwati

New Species of Predatory Dinosaur Identified as Siamraptor Suwati
October 13, 2019

On Wednesday, based on research published, a new species of predatory dinosaur with a shark-like tooth has been found in Thailand. Researchers of Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University (NRRU), Thailand, and Fukui Prefectural University (FPU), Japan, consider the dinosaur, which they’ve named Siamraptor suwati, was a top predator around 115 million years ago. It’s supposed to be at least eight meters long. Their research, part of the Japan-Thailand Dinosaur Project, was…

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