Russia pushes international space station away from 90s US rocket waste – the second scare from space debris this week

Russia pushes international space station away from 90s US rocket waste – the second scare from space debris this week

The International Space Station, as pictured from SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavor during a flyaround on November 8, 2021.NASA The International Space Station (ISS) changed course on Friday to avoid a possible collision with a piece of an old Pegasus rocket. Part of the old rocket, which broke two years after the United States sent it … Read more

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or old man?

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or old man?

WASHINGTON (AP) – Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s get a fresh look: Were they left behind by extinct animals or by human ancestors? When the famous paleontologist Mary Leakey first revealed the footprints in Tanzania 40 years ago, the evidence was ambiguous. Leakey instead focused his attention on other fossil footprints … Read more

5 amazing new discoveries about Mars

5 amazing new discoveries about Mars

NASA hopes to get astronauts living on Mars by 2030; before then, rovers have explored the red planet and revealed some of its secrets. They include NASA’s Perseverance mission, which looks for signs of ancient microbial life, and Curiosity, which studies the deep interior of Mars. Here are five exciting discoveries about Mars that have … Read more

NASA is looking at solar energy to power the new generation of spacecraft

NASA is looking at solar energy to power the new generation of spacecraft

The US space agency NASA recently launched its DART spacecraft to test a method of defending Earth against threats asteroids. NASA says DART mission is also testing several new technologies. One of them is one progress system that receives power from the sun. The technology is called solar electric propulsion. Since the system uses solar … Read more

Flooding data on climate change has scientists looking for solutions

The Future of Everything covers innovation and technology that transforms the way we live, work and play, with monthly questions about transportation, health, education and more. This month is Data, online from December 2nd and in print December 9th. A deluge of climate data from a changing world is causing scientists to struggle to find … Read more

Flooding data on climate change has scientists looking for solutions

The Future of Everything covers innovation and technology that transforms the way we live, work and play, with monthly questions about transportation, health, education and more. This month is Data, online from December 2nd and in print December 9th. A deluge of climate data from a changing world is causing scientists to struggle to find … Read more

AI-designed Xenobots have figured out how to replicate live robots coming

However, let’s start from the beginning. Back in 2020, researchers at the University of Vermont, Tufts University, and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University created the world’s first living robots using stem cells from the African cleaved seed, also known as Xenopus laevis, hence the name ‘Xenobot.’ These little Pac-Man-shaped buggers … Read more

What were the strange lights in the sky? SpaceX satellites, most likely – WETM – MyTwinTiers.com

What were the strange lights in the sky? SpaceX satellites, most likelyWETM – MyTwinTiers.com It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s … SpaceX Starlink satellites seen from Western NCWLOS What is it? Massachusetts residents report seeing strange light in the night skyWCVB Boston Starlink satellites confused as UFOs over PittsburghCBS Pittsburgh Starlink satellites seen in … Read more