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The Giant Junkyard over Our Heads

Space may be the final frontier But it is also the giant junkyard in the sky. Space exploration has been mesmerizing to many scientists. The mystery of what the universe holds has captivated a broad international audience for over 70 years. Every since Russia was prosperous in launching the first satellite in 1957, other nations,…
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Artificial Intelligence in Space

Will they become Hal While that is the fear of some scientists and business leaders, the late Dr. Stephan Hawking being one such individual, it is virtually impossible for inanimate objects to develop themselves into a life form. AI in space There is no fear to be had in giving spacecraft certain decision-making capabilities. The…
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The Market of the Russia Rocket Launchers

The Russian were ahead Of the competition in the global launch industry. They had garnered about 50% of the market with their specially designed rockets. These rockets were designed to handle low orbit flights. In fact, one of the leading Russian companies, Energia, had put a medium launch vehicle on in production fast lane. At…
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A New NASA Chief

By the skin of his teeth That is the way one describes such a narrow vote. With only one vote separating the two sides, Rep. Jim Bridenstine was appointed the next chief of NASA. The reason for the close vote is because of the attitude of the Democratic party which is probably still seething from…
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Missile Defense System Is Not Advisable, Expert Says   

In this world, protective technology was already invented to avoid various troubles. However, it also has its limitations. Thus it may lead to more serious trouble. The United States of America conducted a test at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California last Tuesday. The purpose of the latter test is to protect America from ballistic…
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NASA and SpaceX planning for next launch of Bangabandhu 1

After Launching TESS satellite successfully into the orbit, NASA has further plans to launch Falcon 9 block 5. There will be a break of two weeks in the schedules of launches in Florida after which the scientists will be dealing with the launch of Block 5. Block 5 is considered to be an enhancement which…
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NASA curious over Mars crack

Scientists have confirmed the fact that they are very curious over the mud cracks that have formed over the surface of the earth. They have dealt with this situation very deeply. After analyzing the whole situation, scientists have confirmed the fact that the main reason behind the mud cracks that have formed is due to…
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Military Leaders – The National Security Space Manifested Some Love 

General John Raymond says, “There is a strategic alignment of resources and leadership.”  According to the senior military officer, for the people who have already been away and don’t serve the national security space business for a long time, and is now decided to make a grand come back, will not recognize the value of…
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