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Bridenstine asks Senate grantors to provide full funding for Artemis

WASHINGTON — NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine urged Senate appropriators to provide full funding for Artemis, because some members questioned the agency’s emphasis on lunar exploration programs. In testifying to the Business, Justice, and Science Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee on September 23, Bradenstein said that NASA needs to cover the entire $3.2 billion required by the Human Landing System …

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SpaceX deliberately ejects starship tank during explosion pressure test

SpaceX just popped another Starship Test box. On the evening of Tuesday, September 22 (September 22), the Spaceship SN7.1 tank was deliberately destroyed during a pressure test designed to bring stainless steel hardware to the explosion point. SpaceX also conducted several other such tests, including one in June this year. Blow up the top of the SN7 tank. Such experiments …

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Scientists sequenced the 92-year-old mold that produced the first antibiotic penicillin

Now, scientists have awakened Fleming’s primitive Penicillium and sequenced its genome for the first time. They say that the information they collect may help fight antibiotic resistance. Professor Tim Barraclough (Tim Barraclough) said: “After all this time in the refrigerator, it will quickly resume growth. It is easy, just take it out of the test tube and put it in …

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The new “mini moon” that the earth will capture may just be space junk

Jackson Ryan (Jackson Ryan), provided by: 12:30 am CDT, Wednesday, September 23, 2020 Will the Earth make its second mini-moon discovery in 2020? Not too possible. Will the Earth make its second mini-moon discovery in 2020? Not too possible. Image: NASA Will the Earth make its second mini-moon discovery in 2020? Not too possible. Will the Earth make its second …

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Automatically create a database to discover materials: innovation in desperation

Using ALCF’s Theta supercomputer, the UV-vis absorption spectrum database is automatically generated through dual experiments and computational chemistry data.Image credit: Jacqueline Cole and Ulrich Mayer/University of Cambridge The collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the University of Argonne has developed a technology that can use artificial intelligence and high-performance computing to generate an automated database to support specific scientific …

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NASA highlights Jupiter’s psychedelic whirlwind in field images

Citizen scientist Gerald Eichstädt photographed NASA’s Juno spacecraft’s view of Jupiter and processed it to create this violent and crazy colorful view of Earth’s North Pole storm. NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS; Image processing by Gerald Eichstädt No, you haven’t eaten some interesting mushrooms by chance. The stunning view of Jupiter’s North Pole is a highly processed version …

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NASA administrator warns that the ISS space junk problem is getting worse after 3 collisions

The International Space Station (ISS) barely avoided a collision with space debris for the third time this year. ©NASA The International Space Station must act to avoid a collision with space debris on Tuesday. NASA said that the International Space Station used a cargo ship’s propellers that work in tandem with NASA and Russian flight controllers to avoid collisions with …

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