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As scientists merge nature and technology, the rise of “robot factories”

Researchers in Singapore connect plants to electrodes and use this technology to trigger a button on a smartphone app to trigger the Venus flytrap to close its jaws After scientists have developed a high-tech system to communicate with plants, “robot plants” that remotely control Venus flytraps and tell farmers when crops are affected by diseases can become a reality. Researchers …

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SpaceX is building a launch pad tank with spacecraft components, which is very important

SpaceX has begun to install the first of many propellant storage tanks at its South Texas First Orbital Launch Facility-since these tanks will be built from spacecraft components, this is a very common expected step, which is different. ordinary. Less than two months ago, in mid-February, the initial signs of these self-built tanks began to appear at SpaceX’s Boca Chica …

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Scientists finally explained the mysterious “spider” found on Mars

I regret to inform you that giant spiders do not actually live on Mars. Creepy creeper For decades, scientists have been puzzled by the strange structures at the South Pole of Mars, which look like giant spiders. This is not to say that astronomers worry that future Martian outposts will be attacked by giant alien arthropods, but this abnormal geological …

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NASA lander discovers mysterious rumble inside Mars

Scientists from NASA reported that its “Mars” exploration lander made an exciting discovery-a mysterious rumble from the planet’s interior. Researchers believe that the seismic event may be caused by the sudden release of energy inside the planet, but the nature of this release is still unknown and confusing. Interestingly, the new rumble is believed to have originated in a location …

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NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter spent the first night alone on Mars

This NASA illustration depicts the ingenuity of the Mars helicopter during the “Red Planet” test flight NASA said that NASA’s Ingenuity micro helicopter only spent the first night on the cold Martian surface, calling this a “major milestone” for the micro spacecraft when it was preparing for its first flight. After breaking away from the belly of the Persevering Rover …

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How to allocate work time in Google Calendar

Welcome to TNW basics, a collection of tips, guides and suggestions on how to make the most of gadgets, apps, and other content easily. The working day has changed in 2020, and tools are constantly being adjusted to meet this demand. Google announced Made some minor adjustments to Google Calendar. The most important point: you can divide the working day …

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The first batch of James Webb Space Telescope Chief Observer Science Program selected

The James Webb Space Telescope is a space observatory that can understand the universe more deeply than ever before. It aims to answer unanswered questions about the universe and make breakthrough discoveries in all fields of astronomy. Weber will observe the first galaxy in the universe, reveal the birth of stars and planets, and look for exoplanets with life potential. …

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NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter spent the first night alone on Mars

Published: June 4, 2021-08:40Modified: 06/04/2021-08:38 Washington (AFP) NASA said that NASA’s Ingenuity micro helicopter only spent the first night on the cold Martian surface, calling this a “major milestone” for the micro spacecraft when it was preparing for its first flight. After breaking away from the belly of the Persevering Rover who landed on the “Red Planet” on February 18, …

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