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May 20, 2022

New Evidence of Underground Water on Mars — Or Something Much Stranger

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Alan DeRossettElon holds a grudge after nearly 20 years of Putin bots and fossil fuel cater calling him and Tesla owners losers stay tuned to the next episode as Elons lawyers prove Twitter has millions of bots and fake users More than it legally said in Elons contr… See more.

Steven PostrelThe incompetence of this bad cut-and-paste article is notable. The S&P 500 is not new, not ESG related, and not dropping Tesla.

There is a separate “S&P 500 ESG” product that is relatively new and that dropped Tesla, but it isn’t the benchmark that a… See more.

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May 20, 2022

San Diego Air & Space Museum

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Steven PostrelMaybe the old Sea Dart concept will make a comeback too.


The San Diego Air & Space Museum in Historical Balboa Park welcomes you to visit. The Official Air & Space Museum and Education Center of California has many attractions for the entire family.

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May 20, 2022

NASA’s Bill Nelson declares that China has become ‘good at stealing’

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China and the U.S. are engaged in a new stage of the second space race, and NASA Chief Bill Nelson allegedly attributes our rival’s success to ‘stealing’.

May 20, 2022

China and Russia are on track to set up a Moon base by 2036 — here’s the plan

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The politics of Earth play out on the Moon, too.


China and Russia’s space agencies are planning a rival to NASA’s Lunar Gateway. Here’s what you need to know about their ambitions and timeline.

May 20, 2022

The James Webb Space Telescope can now track moving targets in our solar system

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May 20, 2022

This could be our second ticket to space

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Second time’s the charm.


Orbital Flight Test-2 will test @BoeingSpace’s #Starliner spacecraft from launch to docking to return to Earth, providing data to prove it’s ready to fly astronauts. What you need to know: https://go.nasa.gov/3sNEGlI.

Watch starting at 6pm ET (22:00 UTC): https://go.nasa.gov/3NlzX2o

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May 20, 2022

NASA Says Space Debris Will Definitely Slam Into the James Webb Space Telescope

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is “fully deployed,” according to the agency’s science administrator Thomas Zurbuchen — and that’s certainly a reason to celebrate after decades of hard work and a ten billion dollar price tag.

But the massive space observatory isn’t out of the woods just yet. As it spins around the Sun in a chaotic orbit, it will likely encounter plenty of space debris along the way — and an impact, its team says, is likely inevitable.

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May 20, 2022

Scientists Puzzled by “Spooky” Object Sending Radio Signals Every 18 Minutes From Deep Space

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Astronomers are flummoxed by a mysterious celestial object that appears to be releasing massive bursts of energy at regular 18 minute intervals.

Like a lighthouse, the beacon is sending out radiation three times an hour at such an intensity that it’s one of the brightest points in the sky — and, researchers say, it could turn out to be an entirely new class of celestial object.

A team, led by astrophysicist Natasha Hurley-Walker from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, had a closer look at the object after it was discovered by Curtin University student Tyrone O’Doherty, who used the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope in outback Western Australia.

May 19, 2022

China Says Rover Discovered Glass Spheres on the Dark Side of the Moon

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Probs just an exterrestial’s ear ring or something 🤔


China’s Yutu-2 rover just won’t stop making — or at least claiming – weird discoveries on the Moon. Case in point, Chinese space authorities now say it’s found several mysterious glass spheres found on the far side of the lunar surface.

The team behind the discovery published a paper about the findings in the journal Science Bulletin, in which they describe the objects as “translucent glass globules.”

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May 18, 2022

Orbex Unveils First Full-Scale Prototype of the World’s Largest 3D-Printed Rocket

Posted by in categories: space, sustainability

In 2019, U.K.-based aerospace company Orbex wowed the world with its plans to develop the largest 3D-printed rocket in the world, one that would be sustainable and environmentally friendly, being powered by ultra-low-carbon biofuel. Now we’re being presented with the first full-scale prototype of the Primex orbital space rocket proudly sitting on its dedicated launch pad.

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