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Melting glaciers caused by climate change changed the poles of the earth

According to new research, the melting of glaciers due to climate change has pushed the earth off its axis. According to a study published in Geophysical Research Letters, the Arctic and Antarctic have moved about 13 feet since 1980-melting glaciers is responsible for most of the changes since the 1990s. According to research in the Journal of the American Geophysical …

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Elon Musk: “A group of people may die” during the Mars mission

Elon Musk said that on the way to or away from Mars or on the red planet itself, “many people may die.” “You may die, it will be uncomfortable, and there may be no good food,” Musk said to Peter Diamandis, founder and chairman of the X Prize Science Discovery Foundation. Musk said that the recruitment materials for potential space …

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China’s lunar probe will be equipped with French and Russian equipment

Beijing (Associated Press)-The official news agency reported that China will launch its next robotic lunar lander in 2024 and will carry equipment from France, Sweden, Russia and Italy. According to Xinhua News Agency, the chief designer of the plan, Hu Hao, said at a meeting on Saturday that the plan required Chang’e-6 to land near the south pole of the …

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China sees asteroid defense system, comet mission

A senior official from the space agency said on Saturday that China will discuss the establishment of a defense system against near-Earth asteroids because the country is strengthening its long-term space ambitions. Zhang Kejian, director of the China National Space Administration, did not provide more details in his opening speech at the China Space Day ceremony in the eastern city …

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Climate change has deviated the earth from its axis

3D portrait of methane concentration and slightly shaking earth. image: NASA Of all things attributed to climate change, The way the pole moves is definitely one of the weird. But a new study shows that this is indeed the case. It builds on previous discoveries, showing that the disappearing ice plays a major role, and that the depletion of groundwater …

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SpaceX uses recovered space capsules and “flight-proven” rockets to launch astronauts – Spaceflight Now

The Falcon 9 rocket took off from Station 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and four astronauts headed to the International Space Station. Credit: SpaceX A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket put multinational crews into orbit at dawn on Friday morning. This was a spectacular skylight launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, dazzling the east coast’s risers …

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The Lleid meteor shower reached its peak on April 22.This is how to watch the night sky (before dawn)

Atlanta (CNN)-Every year from January to mid-April, we all experience a “meteor drought” and we don’t have a bath for several months. All this will end on April 22 this year with the first show of the season: the annual Lyrid meteor shower. CNN meteorologist Udson Jones said: “These dazzling meteors are fast and bright, with an amazing golden dust …

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