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Dec 1, 2021

SpaceX Starship: Elon Musk reveals a major imminent hurdle for the project

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It will take a lot to get to Mars.


SpaceX CEO Elon Musk wants to send humans to Mars and beyond, but he may face a hurdle on Earth first.

Dec 1, 2021

Starship engine ‘crisis’ poses possible bankruptcy risk for SpaceX, Elon Musk says: report

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Elon Musk thinks SpaceX needs to ramp up production of its next-generation Raptor engine soon or face potentially dire consequences, according to media reports.

Raptors will power Starship, the huge, fully reusable vehicle that SpaceX is developing to take people and cargo to the moon, Mars and other distant destinations. Each Starship will need a lot of Raptors — 33 for the giant first-stage booster, called Super Heavy, and six for the upper-stage spacecraft, known as Starship.

Dec 1, 2021

10 Future Predictions to Blow Your Mind from World’s Best Futurists

Posted by in categories: entertainment, space travel

Future predictions in 2019 are notoriously hard to make. What will life be like in 2050? Technology does not progress in a steady state, it accelerates.
And usually the technology advances faster than we can imagine it, let alone predict it. But still many predictions that were made in the past have turned out to be true, even though they were unimaginable at the time that the prediction was made.

In 1,865, Jules Verne, the author who wrote 20,000 leagues under the sea, and journey to the center of the earth, predicted that we would send people to the moon, and it would precisely 3 people, from of all places, Florida. And he even described weightlessness in space. He had no way to know 150 year ago how gravity would behave in space.

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Nov 30, 2021

Drone Without Exposed Rotor Blades the Dronut

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI, security, space travel

For scanning underground structures and caves. Maybe scanning buildings, and doing security stuff, but doors would be a problem. Also too loud, but would be a nice start point for an Ion Drive flight system.


By Jim Magill

Looking like a micro-sized version of the Death Star, the Dronut X1, which Boston-based start-up Cleo Robotics released for commercial use earlier this month, is the first professional-grade bi-rotor ducted-fan drone – a drone without exposed rotor blades – built to conduct inspections in close-quartered and hazardous environments.

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Nov 30, 2021

Why Jeff Bezos’ vision of space is “more expansive” than Elon Musk’s

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The two billionaires are locked in a race to send humans to space, with Musk’s SpaceX far in front of Bezos’ Blue Origin venture. But the two differ on what to do when humanity arrives in space: Musk wants to establish a self-sustaining city on Mars, while Bezos would rather see humans orbiting Earth in giant space stations.

Musk’s vision receives a lot of publicity, but space consultant Rand Simberg tells Inverse that Bezos’ goal is the “more expansive.”

“Elon is what [science fiction writer Isaac] Asimov would have called a planetary chauvinist,” he says. “He thinks people need to be on planets. He wants to be a multi-planet species. That’s nice, I guess. But Bezos actually has a more expansive vision.”

Nov 30, 2021

Weather forecast favorable for SpaceX launch this week

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics, quantum physics, space travel

Today’s quantum computers are complicated to build, difficult to scale up, and require temperatures colder than interstellar space to operate. These challenges have led researchers to explore the possibility of building quantum computers that work using photons—particles of light. Photons can easily carry information from one place to another, and photonic quantum computers can operate at room temperature, so this approach is promising. However, although people have successfully created individual quantum “logic gates” for photons, it’s challenging to construct large numbers of gates and connect them in a reliable fashion to perform complex calculations.

Nov 29, 2021

Elon Musk explains how Mars city will help humanity survive the great filter

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has big plans to send humanity to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

Nov 29, 2021

Extreme Isolation in Antarctica, for Science

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, science, space travel

Applications are now open for the role of ESA-sponsored research medical doctor at Concordia research station in Antarctica for the 2023 winter over season. Do you have a medical degree, an interest in space exploration and the fortitude to spend almost a year in isolation in the world’s largest desert? Apply today for this unique post.

The blank backdrop

Located at the mountain plateau called Dome C in Antarctica, the French-Italian base is one of only three that is inhabited all year long.

Nov 28, 2021

Can Elon Musk’s 700 MPH Hyperloop Concept Be The Fastest Way To Travel?

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel, sustainability

Can Elon Musk become the leader of all kinds of human transportation in the future?


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Nov 27, 2021

How SpaceX Assembled and Installed Mechazilla Step-by-Step

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, engineering, space travel

Mechazilla, one of the best innovative creations of SpaceX to catch its rocket will be discussed right here on this article, on how SpaceX assembled and installed this step-by-step. So, make sure to stay tuned for this very exciting information.

There is no doubt that people have talked about Elon Musk’s contributions to science and engineering, and given the fact that currently, he is the richest person in the world according to Forbes.

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