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Coronavirus Timeline Not a Mystery anymore

The latest outbreak to take the world on is the widely known Coronavirus or known as COVID-19 among scientists. The Coronavirus is by far the deadliest of viruses following the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The disease is an iteration of a variety of illnesses. The onset of the sickness mutated as it passed from a bat,  a wombat and finally down to a human at the wet market in Wuhan’s business district. The emergence of the virus first came presenting similar symptoms to the common cold. These signs include…

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In the near future rain will generate renewable energy 

The hunger getting the next source of renewable energy is ongoing, whereby there is no natural sensation under consideration. We already hitched the might of moving water, wind, and solar, and the research of the next pure source of energy is far from over.   Over the last years, the rain did not get any attention as a source of providing clean, renewable energy. Well, someone came to think of it, and it is among topics of discussion as we speak now. Maybe, someone feared to bring it on the table…

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Newly Formed Space Force Gets its Roles Explained

Theresa Hitchens space and air writer at the Breaking Defence web publication and a professional analysis affiliate at the University of International and Security Studies, University of Maryland. Previous to that, she was head of the UN Institute for Disarmament Research and was based in Geneva for six years. Hitchens also said that the space force had two major issues at stake. The first thing is if the Department of Defence (DoD) as well as the Air Force have been doing their best–and not just their memorandum–to incorporate the true meaning…

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Smithsonian receives the first cookie baked by Hilton while in space

Just a while ago, DoubleTree by Hilton pronounced the outcomes of the first-ever cake baked out of our planet. In doing so, it provides a hint for the future on an illustration of one of its signature chocolate chip cookies that came back to earth from the International Space Station. In a statement, Shawn McAteer, the assistant leader of Global, states that exactness of the baking process for making DoubleTree cookies to more time. The team is happy to learn that the cookies prepared in space have the same smell…

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A collaboration between Sembcorp and ASTAR seeks for renewables

The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (ASTAR) of Sembcorp Marine and Singapore both offered to work in the broad area of analysis and innovation in Offshore and Maritime and Renewable energy. The goal of both parties is to “reduce the lifecycle and timing of innovative marine, sea, and renewable energy solutions, which they have done, by forming a master partnership agreement (MRCA).  The agreement involves the creation of a cooperative laboratory at Tuas Boulevard Yard in Sembcorp Marine. The’ Joint [email protected]’ would make a testing ground for and commercialize…

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What Distance Can an Electric Vehicle Cover When Charged Once?

The culmination of “Range Anxiety” should have been here. The introduction of electric mainstream vehicles, manufactured by famous mass-market manufacturers such as Hyundai, Kia, Volkswagen, Renault, Peugeot, and so on, which can handle 300-400 kilometers with their batteries charged once, should have eliminated Range Anxiety. Range Anxiety is the bleak sensation that you won’t be able to finish your journey with your electric car battery flat. It’s a feeling that makes relaxed and comfortable driving–no shaking, no noise, a keen consciousness of environment–into a traveling nightmare. When all of us…

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The NASA agency is in search of new concepts on the Moon Rovers from the industry

As far as prospective lunar rovers appearances are concerned, NASA is seeking insights from industry, including vehicle manufacturers and technology firms, not necessarily already within the space sector. These insights will be part of its Artemis new program, which aims at returning human beings, involving the first female and the next American man, to the surface of the Moon. The submission involves two formal Requests for Information(RFI): One looking for insights on robotic rovers intended for automated research. The other is seeking ideas and concepts that may lead to the creation…

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 ‘Terminator tape’ cleans the space Debris by removing lifeless satellites in the Earth’s Orbit. 

The orbit of the earth is full of space fragments from dead satellites. As more space ships get into the sky every year, it is becoming a basis of space jumbles left by satellites. When the satellites become functionless, they keep moving in the orbit for a very long period, for instance, hundreds of years instead of falling back into the earth’s sky. This even poses a danger to space missions anticipated to take place in the future. To solve this particular problem of space junks, a non-governmental aerospace entity…

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Christina Koch’s scope of work after almost year in space

Christina Koch, who is a NASA astronaut will descent two the planet earth on Thursday of 6, February, after having spent 328 days on the International Space Station. This becomes the new record set by a woman for the longest single spaceflight. After staying for almost a year in the space, Christina Koch conducted several science experiments on the orbiting laboratory. The trials included learning the impacts of microgravity on Mizuna mustard greens, bio printing, combustion and diseases of the kidney. In totaling to her science experiments on the space…

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 A hazardous swarm of space remains released by impending potential satellites collision 

Let us hope that the current close encounter of two old pieces of space continues is just a near blunder as forecast, since the crash, would be full of muddle.  Two long inactive satellites by the name Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) and Gravity Gradient Stabilization Experiment (GGSE-4) will whiz past each other approximately 560 miles (900 kilometers) above Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.  At a near approach, which would take place at 6:39 EST (2239 GMT), the two obsolete ships would be just 43 feet to 285 feet (13 to 87 meters) apart,…

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