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Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

NASA’s most acclaimed Perseverance rover landed on Mars’ Jerezo crater in February and brought humanity closer to the red planet by sending images to Earth. The pictures sent by the Mars rover helped researchers know where to look for life on Mars. Scientists controlling the Perseverance said they are definitely in the right place based […]

First Film in Space ‘The Challenge’ Begins Production

First Film in Space ‘The Challenge’ Begins Production

The Russian crew lifted off earlier this week. They have successfully landed and will soon start shooting. Carrying a director and an actress, the trip seems to so far be on schedule. The Soyuz 2.1a left Baikonur Cosmodrome, the Russian spaceport in Kazakhstan. They arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) around 4 hours after […]

United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines Vaccine Mandate Issues

United Airlines was ordered by Texas U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman that the company was barred from putting their unvaccinated employees on leave if they apply for a religious or medical exemption from its rigorous vaccine mandate. On Tuesday, the judge signed off on this order to protect 3 percent of the 67,000 United workers […]

William Shatner Heads to Space Aboard New Shepard [Update]

William Shatner Heads to Space Aboard New Shepard [Update]

William Shatner is heading to the edge of space aboard New Shepard, Blue Origin’s second flight with three other passengers on Oct. 12, 2021. Mr. Shatner will be on board the New Shepard for the 15-minute civilian flight. When he completes the flight, Mr. Shatner, 90, will hold the record as the oldest person to […]

New Water Bear Species Found

New Water Bear Species Found

Scientists discovered a new species of water bears, almost missing from the records that can help them learn about the Earth’s ancient and more resilient inhabitants. The fossil is an excellent example of a tardigrade. Scientists had a closer look at the imagery in micron-level details like the mouthparts and the claws 20-30 times finer […]

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