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Apollo 11: Fight for the First Footprint of the Moon Science

I was 1969. Last year for President Kennedy's promise to land a man on the moon and return it safely "to run out of this decade." NASA was not sure it could be done in time. Perhaps there will be only three options before the expiration date. On January 6, NASA's astronaut's chief of staff, Dick Slayton, called the Apollo …

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Scientists say they have found a totally new form of calculation

Researchers have developed a new form of calculation that uses the aspects of a specially developed translucent polymer cube and visible light for performing addition and subtraction operations. <img class = "lazy" data-src = "https://img.purch.com/soft-photopolymer-cuboid-computing-jpg/w/755/aHR0cDovL21lZGlhLmJlc3RvZm1pY3JvLmNvbS9DL1QvODM4OTczL29yaWdpbmFsL3NvZnRfcGhvdG9wb2x5bWVyX2N1Ym9pZF9jb21wdXRpbmcuanBn" big-src = "https: // img.purch.com/soft-photopolymer-cuboid-computing-jpg/o/aHR0cDovL21lZGlhLmJlc3RvZm1pY3JvLmNvbS9DL1QvODM4OTczL29yaWdpbmFsL3NvZnRfcGhvdG9wb2x5bWVyX2N1Ym9pZF9jb21wdXRpbmcuanBn "alt =" Farina Mahmoud Researcher shows how magic works. Researcher Farina Mahmoud showing how magic works. Researcher Farina Mahmoud shows …

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Researchers can now use AI and photo to make fake videos to anyone

Researchers from the Samsung AI Center in Moscow and the Moscow Institute of Science and Technology "Skolkovo" explained this feat in an article published this week in the Online Academic Print Service arXiv. They said they were able to animate one or several pictures of people by first training an artificial intelligence system on a set of videos involving many …

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The price, contract terms helped the Maxar Secure Gateway

WASHINGTON – The ability to negotiate quickly and cost far lower than other companies are key factors in NASA's decision to contract Maxar Technologies for the first element of the lunar Power, Power and Propulsion Element (PPE) Statement to select a source, published by NASA on May 23, outlines the agency's assessment of the PPE proposals submitted by Maxar and …

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Researchers find "the oldest collection of non-fossil meteorites" in the Atacama desert in Chile | Geology, Space exploration

An international team of scientists has discovered a wealth of well-preserved rocky meteorites in the Atacama desert, allowing them to reconstruct the speed of falling meteorites over the past two million years. A meteorite with a thin, dark fusion in the Atacama desert, Chile. "Our goal was to see how the flow of meteorite to the Earth changes over a …

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Astronomers Find Exotic Ices on Neptune's Moon Triton Astronomy

In the lab, scientists have pinpointed a specific wavelength of infrared light absorbed when molecules of carbon monoxide and nitrogen join together and vibrate in unison. Individually, carbon monoxide and nitrogen ices each absorb their own distinct wavelengths, but the tandem vibration of their mixture absorbs at an additional, distinct wavelength. Now, astronomers using the 8-meter Gemini South Telescope in …

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NASA's Mars 2020 mission falls into the Valley of Death

From on a test flight in California's Death Valley, the Airbus helicopter was carrying an engineering model The Lander Vision System (LVS), which will help carry out NASA's next a safe landing on the Red Planet. During the flight – one in a series – the helicopter (which was not part of the mission and was used only for testing) …

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A Century of the Proton

In 1907, and New Zealander named Ernest Rutherford moved from McGill University to Canada to the University of Manchester. There, he conducted a series of experiments where he fired alpha particles at different materials. When he found that the beams had been deviated by about 2º when fired through air, he figured that the atomic constituents of air would have …

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