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NASA Moon landing

Japan’s iSpace Wins $55 Million NASA Moon Landing Deal, Reschedule 3rd Lunar Launch to 2026

Japan’s iSpace recently revealed its plan for future missions after winning a $55 million NASA moon landing deal. On Thursday, September 28, the company’s representatives made several announcements revealing the firm’s goals to become one of the major players in moon exploration in the near future. iSpace officials boldly revealed that the company would be …

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solar sail

This Solar Sail Spacecraft Could Reach Mars in Only 26 Days

A group of researchers recently studied the possibility of using aerographite as a material for solar sail to reach Mars and beyond, Universe Today reports. Scientists from the Planetary Society have already demonstrated the LightSail 2 mission during which they raised a small CubeSat’s orbit by 1.9 miles (3.2 Km) using the propulsive force of photons, …

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Blockchain for data storage

NASA Planning to Use Blockchain for Data Storage on The Moon

NASA is partnering with computer startup Lonestar and the Isle of Man to create a new system that uses blockchain for data storage on the moon, a report published by BBC Science Focus reveals. The primary goal of this project is to safely store unchangeable data records on lunar missions such as information about cargo, spacecraft, and …

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space internet

NASA Is About To Test Space Internet With Lasers On ISS, Here’s How

As NASA plans to increase its activities in Low Earth Orbit And beyond, the agency is seeing the need to establish a powerful space Internet to boost its communication with our technologies in space. The American Space Agency is getting ready to test space internet that takes advantage of lasers to transmit and receive data …

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chandrayaan-3 mission

India’s Chandrayaan-3 Mission Cost only $75 Million, While Interstellar Movie Cost $165 Million, Here’s Why Chandrayaan-3 mission is way cheaper than most space movies

On August 23, the Indian Space Research Organisation successfully landed its Chandrayaan-3 mission on the lunar south pole. This successful touchdown was celebrated across the world as it remains the first space probe to land on the south pole, thereby making India the fourth nation to reach the lunar surface. However, India achieved this great …

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Alien AI

Reasons Why Aliens Could Be Artificial Intelligence, Scientists Explain Revealing The Possibility Of Alien AI

In recent times, Artificial Intelligence has continued to improve. Companies are building sophisticated new chatbots, image generators, search engines, and other powerful AI apps daily to make life much easier for everyone. However, the recent rise of AI has inspired scientists to research the smartness of these innovations. Aside from helping Earthlings accomplish greater tasks …

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Martian life

Cylindrical Autonomous Drilling Bore Bot Could Finally Reach Buried Martian Life

Finding Martian life has remained one of the top priorities of astrobiologists across the world. Scientists have revealed that the south pole region of the Martian surface could be the best area to search for evidence of life on the red planet. If there is eventually any sign of ancient life on Mars, space agencies …

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3d printed heart

3D Printed Heart on the International Space Station Could Help Astronauts Explore The Deep Space

If humans must explore deep space, scientists and space agencies have to figure out how to sustain the crew throughout the journey. Learning how to sustain every part of the human body is crucial for the success of crewed deep space exploration. Researchers are already developing 3D printed heart which they hope to launch to …

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Solar electric propulsion

NASA Commences Testing on Most Sophisticated Solar Electric Propulsion Thrusters

As NASA prepares for its next phase of space exploration, the space agency is already testing its sophisticated thrusters that will play a vital role on the Gateway Space Station before the end of this decade. NASA recently announced that its engineers and Aerojet Rocketdyne have commenced with the multiyear qualification testing on the most advanced solar …

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water on the moon

A Giant Mirror Could Be All That Astronauts Need To Fetch Water On The Moon, Scientists Suggest In A New Study

Humans cannot survive without water both on Earth and outside Earth. Since we already have abundant water on Earth, scientists are seriously researching how we can provide future colonists with enough water on the moon and Mars. Space agencies and researchers seem to be coming up with great ideas for mining water on the lunar …

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