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Oct 17, 2021

Why Hasn’t Elon Musk Been To Space?

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

WWhy Hasn’t Elon Musk Been To Space?: Jeff Bezos decided to mark the first success of the long-running New Shepard project with a flight to space, literally. And Richard Branson recently did the same with Virgin Galactic.

However, something is off with the CEO of SpaceX, Elon Musk. Despite having made so many breakthroughs in space travel, Elon Musk has never once taken a trip to space. But, Why is that? Well, we will find out in just a second.

Elon Musk was at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on the day SpaceX’s first space tourists launched, clapping as the private astronauts walked past the Tesla that would transport them to suit.

Oct 17, 2021

Elon Musk Says His Fortune Can Help Extend Life To Mars

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

Commenting on Elon Musk’s Dogecoin fortune, one youtuber drew the billionaire CEO of SpaceX’s attention to an important issue.

Considered the richest man in the world, Elon Musk is a Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum enthusiast in the cryptocurrency market. According to Forbes Real Time Billionaires, his current fortune is estimated at $214 billion.

In addition to running SpaceX, Musk is still ahead of Tesla, a company that has registered a great growth in the market with its electric vehicles. But he is mostly following the future of DOGE, which is his favorite meme currency.

Oct 17, 2021

How the Philippines space program will combat the global waste problem

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Philippines’ first rocket company will use renewable, low-cost rocket fuel to send its first rocket into low earth orbit.

Philippines’ first commercial spaceflight company, Orbital Exploration Technologies, is developing the country’s first suborbital launch vehicles, and they will be powered by renewable, low-cost fuel made from waste plastics.

Oct 17, 2021

SpaceX Is Building A Giant Gas Pipeline

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S SpaceX Is Building A Giant Gas Pipeline – Silently: SpaceX is not just working on going beyond the earth, but they’re also planning on going into the earth – in search of gas. They’re building a giant gas pipeline.

With the enormity of the things that’ll have to come together for such a project to take shape, why has SpaceX and the mainstream media decided to keep everything about it on a hush? And most importantly, why is a company known for space exploration drilling for oil and building giant gas pipes? W

Assume you’ve hyped up the creation and delivery of a gigantic rocketship capable of transporting humans to Mars. Assume, for whatever reason, you’ve determined that neither hydrogen gas nor conventional rocket fuel (kerosene) will work for this rocket.

Oct 17, 2021

Is Elon Musk Correct When He Says Governments Cannot Destroy Cryptocurrency?

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

Cryptocurrency is viewed positively by some investors as a means of eradicating economic disparity. Authorities worldwide are debating how to manage the disruption it may bring. Tesla and SpaceX creator Elon Musk advised governments against attempting to “destroy” them. However, he agreed that they can halt its progress.

Oct 16, 2021

Starliner: Why a SpaceX rival could finally free NASA from Russian dependence

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While SpaceX has soared, Boeing has had to wait it out.

After a software malfunction prevented the Boeing Starliner from docking with the ISS in 2,020 NASA and Boeing look to 2022 for launch.

Oct 16, 2021

William Shatner Says Duke of Cambridge Has ‘Got the Wrong Idea’ About his Space Flight

Posted by in categories: cosmology, space travel

“idea here is not to go, ‘Yeah, look at me. I’m in space.’” Instead, he said that “the prince is missing the point. The point is these are the baby steps to show people [that] it’s very practical. You can send somebody like me up into space.” — William Shatner

William Shatner may be famous for his fictional otherworldly travels thanks to his role in the “Star Trek” universe, however, on October 13 he took a real-life trip that took him to space.

Along with three other passengers, the actor nabbed a spot on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space capsule, which headed out for a flight that lasted for 11 minutes, according to CNN. While it was obviously an incredible experience for the star, not everyone was impressed.

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Oct 15, 2021

Astronauts carry out space mission in Israeli desert

Posted by in category: space travel

Analog Mars mission to carry out experiments testing methodologies and equipment for real-life travel to the Red Planet.

Oct 14, 2021

Michio Kaku: SpaceX Is Absolutely Destroying Blue Origin

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Origin’s two flights, however, didn’t go nearly as far, reaching the only outer limits of the Earth’s atmosphere and nowhere near orbit.

Earlier today, the company sent “Star Trek” actor William Shatner to the far reaches of our planet’s atmosphere as part of the company’s latest launch.

“So none of this, going up for three minutes and coming back down,” Kaku remarked. “No, we’re talking about the Moon now.”

Oct 14, 2021

Australia’s First Moon Mission Will Send a $50 Million Lunar Rover With NASA

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space travel

Even robots from down under are going to the moon.

Australia is kicking off its first-ever mission to the moon, investing $50 million to build an operational lunar rover as a part of NASA’s Artemis project, according to a recent post on the nation’s website.

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