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Beckenken’s Cassidy begins the final series of space station battery upgrades – now in space flight

Stories written for CBS News & allowed to use On Friday, astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Behnken worked outside the International Space Station. Image source: NASA TV / Spaceflight Now Earlier Friday, two astronauts floated outside the International Space Station and carried out the first of four planned space walks to complete a complex multi-year job with 24 more powerful …

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How do bees avoid hitting obstacles in nature

For humans, the garden with a breeze blowing is a tranquil scene: dandelion seeds float, leaves rustle, and flowers crumbling. However, if you are a bee, it is a minefield. For a small creature with dexterous wings, aerial seeds, flowing leaves and messy flowers are basically projections, trap doors and Godzilla’s towering skyscrapers. This is the situation that bees and …

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SpaceX postpones Starlink launch no later than Sunday – Spaceflight Now

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket stood vertically on the 39A pad of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on Friday. Credit: Space flight now SpaceX used the Falcon 9 rocket to launch 57 Starlink Internet satellites and a pair of commercial Earth imaging surveillance satellites from the Kennedy Space Center on Friday. Officials did not immediately confirm the new target launch date, but …

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SpaceX ride sharing provides BlackSky with a new way to track – Spaceflight Now

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will launch the next 57 Starlink satellites, with two BlackSky microsatellites standing on the 39A pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Credit: Space flight now Despite the increasing choice of rockets, the availability of on-time launch services is still a key factor in bringing BlackSky’s small constellation of Earth imaging satellites into orbit. SpaceX’s …

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The SpaceX rocket will launch Starlink and BlackSky satellites today. The viewing method is as follows.

Private space flight companies are preparing to launch a third set of satellites, and SpaceX is continuing its rapid launch rhythm. Interstellar satellite In just three weeks. The new batch will join the giant constellation that has been in orbit later today (June 26) and you can watch it online. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Starlink mission …

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SpaceX Starlink launch: how to watch Friday’s record launch

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft stopped on the company’s Falcon 9 rocket and took off from the launch pad 39A of the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to take NASA astronauts Robert Benken and Douglas. Hary took to the International Space Station. Space X Two more launches are planned for June, and SpaceX plans to launch five Falcon 9 …

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SpaceX will launch the tenth round of Starlink satellites on Friday

Florida Kennedy Space Center – Because SpaceX plans to launch another round of Internet radiation satellites on the Falcon 9 rocket, it will soon be launched on the Florida coast for a day. SpaceX will launch the 10th round of Starlink satellites on the Falcon 9 rocket on Friday, bringing the total number of constellations to more than 600. The …

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Elon Musk shared stunning images showing the true size of the tank

SpaceX is ambitiously designed to send humans to the moon, and the spaceship Starship is forming on Mars and beyond. On Wednesday, CEO Elon Musk shared Twitter One of the two rocket tanks in Middle Bay. These tanks were regularly unveiled during the company’s tests because they were under pressure to see if they could cope with the harsh conditions …

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NASA video reveals stunning views of sunsets on other planets

The composite image shows the sunset from the International Space Station in April 2016. NASA astronaut Jeff Williams took a series of photos that made this look at the sun that accompanied the clouds reflected on the ocean. NASA We are all familiar with the glorious sunsets on Earth, but as NASA series of simulations show, the sunsets in other …

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The ocean beneath the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa is thought to be “livable”

Will Dunham Washington (Reuters)-Scientists have figured out how the underground ocean on Jupiter’s moon Europa formed, and determined that this huge water area may have been able to support the life of microorganisms in the past. Europa’s ocean is hidden under a thick ice shell. For a long time, it has been considered as a potential habitat for extraterrestrial life …

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