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After the recording mission was completed, the SpaceX crew returned to the ground

On April 23, 2021, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the “Crew Dragon” capsule carried four astronauts to perform NASA’s commercial crew mission to the International Space Station at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Joe Skipper | Reuters The four astronauts in the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule have returned to Earth safely, and after a record flight …

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NASA’s SpaceX Crew -1 mission landed-NASA

NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission destroyed NASA SpaceX made a sensation: Four astronauts returned from record-breaking CNN mission Since Apollo 8 WFLA, SpaceX became the first American crew member to splash in the dark Since 1968, SpaceX has completed a night landing with astronauts for the first time. The New York Times Watch SpaceX’s Crew-1 mission return to Earth starting at …

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NASA simulates an asteroid impact and cannot avoid crashing in Europe

This week, scientists all over the world were inhabited by a hypothetical asteroid to Earth fans. A group of experts from the United States and the European Space Agency participated in a week-long exercise conducted by NASA. They faced a hypothetical scenario: an asteroid 35 million miles away is approaching the planet and may hit it within six months. . …

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An “untouched” Bronze Age tomb found in Ireland with human remains and a mysterious stone

In the process of land improvement on the farm, workers discovered an ancient tomb dating back more than 3,000 years in southwestern Ireland. Archaeologists say that the tomb on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry is “untouched.” Some of its unusual features, including the mysterious oval stone inside, suggest that it may be an early instance of an ancient tomb. …

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After launching from the Chinese space station, the huge rocket appeared to be ready to re-enter uncontrollably

The long core phase of March 5B is likely to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere in the next few days. Helsinki-China launched the first module of its space station into orbit late Wednesday, but the mission launcher has also reached orbit and is slowly and unexpectedly returning to Earth. The Long March 5B is a variant of China’s largest rocket. Successfully …

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The core of NASA’s first Artemis lunar rocket was dragged into the vehicle assembly building – Spaceflight Now

The core phase of the Artemis 1 mission is 212 feet long and will enter the vehicle assembly building at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Thursday.Image courtesy: Stephen Clark/now space flight In ten years, the core stage of NASA’s first space launch system heavy rocket entered the aircraft assembly building of the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday, and …

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorizes SpaceX for the next three test launches of interplanetary spacecraft-TechCrunch

SpaceX is continuing its “Spaceship” spacecraft test and development program. As of this afternoon, it has received authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to pick up from the launch site in Boca Chica, Texas. Three test flights down. The approval of the previous launch test was one-off, but the FAA said in a statement that it is approving these …

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Elon Musk said SpaceX Starship SN15 may be tested this week

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said on Monday that the launch of the company’s starship prototype SN15 (serial number 15) may be completed this week. Musk announced in a tweet that the rocket’s three-engine static shooting test has been successful, and SpaceX team members are “preparing to fly later this week.” Largest space station congestion in ten years after SPACEX arrived …

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Mysterious submarine trail shows Arctic sponges on the move

This image shows the traces of the sponge as it crawls on the bottom of the sea. Picture courtesy: AWI OFOBS team, PS101 People usually describe this kind of aquatic animals, called sponges, as completely stalkless: once settled and matured, they are usually not thought to move around.However, according to a new study in the journal Current biology On April …

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