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What does moon water mean for the future of exploration

The news on Earth is somewhat insulting these days, which may be one reason why the Internet has released all the stops to convey the collective enthusiasm for discovering the vast amount of water on the moon. The search can be useful to people who want to leave Earth immediately and live on the moon. (We’re just half-joking). While scientists …

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NASA, SpaceX Invite Crew-1 Mission Update Media, New Date Target – NASA

NASA, SpaceX Invite Crew-1 Mission Update Media, NASA’s New Target Date Astronaut Kate Rubins cast her ballot from space, joining millions of first-time voters. The New York Times SpaceX is now targeting November 14 for the next Space.com astronaut launch Space Astronauts to Discuss NASA’s 20th Anniversary of International Space SpaceX, NASA Set New Crew-1 Launch Date, News Time 13 …

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SpaceX now targets November 14 for the next astronaut launch

SpaceX is gearing up for another historic astronaut launch next month. The private spaceflight company plans to send four astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on November 14, the agency announced Monday (October 26). Called Crew-1, the mission will be the first operational flight of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon astronaut taxi and the second Crew Dragon mission to carry …

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Extremely cool white paint usually creates ‘free aircon’

Purdue researchers Xiulin Ruan (left) and Joseph Peoples pointed an infrared camera at white paint samples on a rooftop. Photo at Purdue University / Jared Pike Ultra-black coatings and paints like Vantablack Gained a lot of attention in recent years. What the world now needs is to cool down (we hit an unprecedented global warming point), and a new white …

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Space Astronauts to Discuss the 20th Anniversary of International Space – NASA

Space Astronauts to Discuss NASA’s 20th Anniversary of International Space Astronaut Kate Rubins cast her ballot from space, joining millions of first-time voters. The New York Times This American astronaut voted from space. Here’s how he did it CNN NASA Astronaut Inspired by Planet Earth | Sneak Peek The ISS Experience TIME NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins Votes from Space: ‘Critically …

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