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Image of a sand dune known as the Bagnold dunes, located on the Gale crater on Mars, captured by the Curiosity rover.

March 16, 2022

Bagnold dunes are a 35 km long dark gray mud / sand dune in the Gail Crater on Mars. They are named after Ralph Alger Bagnold, one of the first explorers to explore the physics behind the sand dunes across the Libyan desert.

NASA’s Perseverance extracts another rock from Mars

March 12, 2022

NASA’s Perseverance Rover collects another sample from Mars. This is the seventh rock to be collected from the surface of Mars. This sample was taken from the Jazero crater on Mars. Perseverance is the size of a car. It will collect one more sample from the current area. After that we will travel to the…

Home at last

January 29, 2022

Webb finally arrived at his new home, L2. The last refueling was done on January 24 or yesterday and was shifted to that point. It was a moment that everyone at NASA feared. This is because you need to speed up a bike to the top of the mountain and brake and stop quickly before…

Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT)

January 18, 2022

When completed in 2029, the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT) will be the world’s largest optical telescope capable of taking pictures of the universe with 10 times the resolution of the Hubble Telescope. It is being built at the Los Campanas Observatory in Chile at a cost of $ 1 billion. It has 7 primary mirrors…

No cable, the age of satellite internet is coming

January 15, 2022

The Internet, which comes directly from the satellite orbiting the earth … so to speak. In addition to Starlink, which is owned by Elon Musk, companies such as OneWeb and Project Kuiper have recently stepped into satellite internet service providers. Starting with the Telstar satellite developed by Bell Labs in 1962, several satellites have already…

Margaret Hamilton

January 11, 2022

Margaret Hamilton was the inventor of the on-board flight software for the first manned Apollo program in 1969. Program code files used by the Apollo Mission In 2016, President Barack Obama honored her with the Presidential Award

260 milies above the Pacific Ocean west of central America

January 6, 2022

The image shows an obsolete, outdated nickel-hydrogen battery wrapped around a used battery and ejected into space by its robotic arms. During the previous multiple space walks, the old three batteries were replaced and a new lithium-ion battery was installed. This old battery-filled pallet (weight 2.9ton) will burn up and disappear on its own within…

The waterfall at the bottom of the rocket

December 28, 2021

The rocket launch will be on television but there will be very few who have not seen it. That leap of fire and smoke from the countdown was a beautiful sight. This refers to the Sound Suppression Water System (SSWS) found in the mobile rocket launch pads of NASA and SpaceX. waves) and heat. These…

The James Webb Telescope

December 25, 2021

The james webb telescope considered one of the greatest scientific endeavors of the 21st century. The largest space telescope ever conceived – just hours away from reaching orbit. The $ 10 billion rocket will launch from European Guiana on a European Ariane rocket in search of an end to darkness. The web is an extraordinary…

“Rubik’s Cube Magical Toy”

December 20, 2021

The toy was made in 1974 by Hungarian Erno Rubik, an architect and professor Erno Rubik. Then he realizes that this is a small toy that will help him increase his concentration, patience and intelligence. It took Erno Rubik himself months to solve the cube, which used different colors on six sides made of wood….