NASA Comes Up With A Solution That Could Help Alleviate The Dust Problem

NASA Comes Up With A Solution That Could Help Alleviate The Dust Problem
November 11, 2019

One problem of lunar landings is something so small you won’t even give it some thought — moon mud. Regardless of — or maybe due to — its tiny dimension, the fantastic mud that covers the moon’s floor causes a variety of technical issues, from gumming up electronics to sticking to complete all the pieces. It’s even probably dangerous to the well-being of astronauts. Now, NASA has provided you with…

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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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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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Female Astronauts ready for spacewalk after getting Spacesuit from NASA

NASA Finally Finds a Space Suit That Fits Female Astronauts
October 9, 2019

Two female astronauts will perform a historic walk after NASA finally provided spacesuits that are the proper size. Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are the first female spacewalk. Koch is also anticipated to have the record-setting “longest single spaceflight by a woman,” NASA says. The astronaut mentioned her milestones are significant, based on an online video. “I believe it’s essential because of the historical nature of what we’re doing,” Koch…

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NASA Provided 3D Moon Data for CG Artists and Creators for A Detailed 3D Map of the Moon

NASA Provided 3D Moon Data for CG Artists and Creators for A Detailed 3D Map of the Moon
October 8, 2019

NASA has just launched a useful and beautiful new set of data only for creators that include not just imagery; however, depth information, making it simple to build an incredibly detailed 3D map of the Moon. The CGI Moon Kit comes from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, where science visualization expert Ernie Wright discovered that data he had assembled for other purposes was proving popular with 3D artists. The information…

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NASA’s InSight ‘Detects’ Unusual Sounds on Mars

NASA's InSight 'Detects' Unusual Sounds on Mars
October 3, 2019

The NASA Insight lander on the Martian surface is equipped with an ultrasensitive seismometer to detect and record vibrations, from marsquakes to soft breezes to other unidentified vibrations. On Mars put ears to the ground, ears would not be detected marsquakes. Even the recordings taken by Perception are too low to be audible to humans, however by speeding up the audio and lightly processing it, you’ll be able to listen…

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