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NASA wants to land astronauts on Mars by 2033

The space agency aims to send astronauts to Mars by 2033, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said at a Tuesday congressional hearing. "We can move up the Mars landing by moving up the moon landing (to 2024)," Bridenstine told the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. "The moon is the best place to prove those capabilities and technologies." The sooner …

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ESO will announce the first photo of the black hole on April 10th

The rumors you heard are true. And if you have not heard rumors, you should check your internet connection. The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is organizing an important press conference on April 10, including the Event Horizon (EHT) telescope. They did not go out and said that, but the ESO media consultation said they would "hold a press conference to …

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says Crew Dragon reusability and "major improvement"

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the company's next-generation Crew Dragon spacecraft is a "major improvement" over its Cargo Dragon (Dragon 1) predecessors after successfully demonstrating a number of reusability-focused upgrades during the launch and splashdown debut. Even as SpaceX's longer-term development groups aim to make the company's Dragon spacecraft all but redundant with Starship and Super Heavy, the apparent success …

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Boeing confirms delay of first Starliner crew flight test flight to August – Spaceflight Now

This image shows one of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner's three capsules during an environmental test campaign in El Segundo, Calif., Which exposes the spacecraft to a thermal, acoustic, and electromagnetic environment that will experience a flight. Boeing announced on Tuesday that the first orbital test flight of its commercial capsule, Starliner, will be postponed until August to "avoid unnecessary pressure in …

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FTC hits a predatory science publisher with a fine of $ 50 million

Before publishing a scientific journal was an important undertaking requiring peer-review, printing and distribution infrastructures, and costs are often borne by authors for publishing. Now it's possible to simply convert queries into PDFs and discard them online. By removing these barriers, science was quickly tormented by predatory publishers who also decided to remove the peer review. Instead, they just posted …

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