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Exclusive: SpaceX, Boeing design threatens new delays for US space program

NASA has warned SpaceX and Boeing of design and safety concerns for their competing astronaut launch systems, according to industry sources and a new government report, threatening the US bid to revive its human spaceflight program later this year. One of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner astronaut capsules is seen at a production facility in Cape Canaveral, Florida, US, January 15, 2019. …

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You do not need a meteorologist to know how the wind blows on Mars

NASA's newest navigation mechanism has a very accurate weather package and you can check Elysium Planitia's daily conditions online. The data, however, obviously led to some mystery. According to Ars Technica every day at 7am and 7am local time there is an inexplicable jump of atmospheric pressure. in November. It seems they match the local sunrise and sunset. Keep in …

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Life in the cosmos puts the protection of the body of anxiety

Life in space for nearly a year has had interesting effects on American astronaut Scott Kelly. Scientists have found signs of increased activity in their immune system, the body's natural defense against disease. Life in space also changed the activity of some of Kelly's genes compared to those of his identical twin who remained on Earth. Scientists report their findings …

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Farewell opportunity. History of Mars Studies

On February 13, 2019, NASA sent a sad message: The robot, who turned 90 days into a 15-year study: You were and you are the opportunity for a lifetime. Stay well, rover. Your mission is complete. It is strange to suffocate these words. Feel sad about a robot on another planet. But I guess you feel the same way. And …

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Forget Airwolf: One of these is the Army's next assault "helicopter"

The Army's future "helicopter" takes shape. The Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk and its many variants have been the backbone of the US Army's helicopter force for decades. Designed during the Army's last major helicopter procurement push in the 1980s, the Black Hawk now flies in some form in all of the military services. But its range and speed have become …

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