Science

NASA’s 5th Biennial Exercise to tackle Asteroid threats

According to NASA, a virtual media briefing will be held on Thursday, June 20, at 3:30 p.m. EDT will give a summary of a...

Harnessing Molecular Motion: Unlocking the Power of Information Engines

In the intricate dance of the microscopic world, molecules perpetually move, vibrating and colliding in a ceaseless display of energy. What if we could...

Moon resources in high demand among powerful nations.

Russia recently launched its first moon-landing spacecraft in 47 years. This marks their entry into a competitive race. The...

Breaking Barriers: Sunita Williams and the Historic Starliner Mission

Astronaut Sunita Williams, who launched to the International Space Station (ISS) last week, will now spend extra days aboard...

NASA Clarifies No Emergency on ISS

NASA inadvertently sparked concerns of an emergency on the International Space Station (ISS) when a simulation audio broadcast led...

Boeing Starliner: Set to Send NASA Astronauts to Space

The Boeing Starliner is set to send NASA astronauts to space as a part of the Commercial Crew Program....

Spy Satellites: The Future of National Security Space Technology

Spy satellites gather information from outer space. They are a very important part of national security. They can scan...

China’s Jilin-1 Satellite: A Game Changer in Asteroid Tracking and Disaster Prevention

In an unprecedented achievement in space engineering, the Chinese satellite, Jilin-1, recently performed a groundbreaking maneuver. This was done...
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