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We can not fix the lack of scientist talent at $ 40 online courses

The need for data scientists is at all times high. In fact, a recent LinkedIn study found that US-based businesses require more than 150,000 data of scientists' jobs filled out. And they need them now. The reason for this demand lies in massive amounts of data that businesses in every industry can be collected through digitization and technology. The new …

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NASA's spacecraft is closer to Mars

An American spacecraft approached Mars to act as a telecommunications relay for Mars landers and rovers after a two-month orbit approval ended Friday. The four-year-old spacecraft called the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) is gradually weakened by immersion, a process that takes advantage of the upper atmosphere of Martian to put a small amount drag on the spacecraft, according …

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First successful maneuver around the moon

The moon from a height of 550 km Beresheet courtesy of SpaceIL and IAI On Sunday morning at 04:36, the engineering team of SpaceIL and IAI, successfully performed the first maneuver around the moon. During the maneuver, Beresheet's engines were operated for about 271 seconds and the amount of fuel burned was approximately 55 kg. In this maneuver, all the …

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NASA warning: The explosion of Supervolcano can cause humanity's extinction not asteroid | World | News

An NASA-minded experiment called the Defense of Human Civilization From Supervolcanic Eruptions, says that a supervolcano eruption is more likely to occur in the future than an asteroid that strikes the ground, according to Daily Star. It said: "The Supervolcanic eruptions are more frequent than the large asteroid or comet effect that will have the same effect on human civilization." …

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Beresheet successfully completes manual monthly capture- Live – Israel News

SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries engineers celebrate the successfull Lunar Capture maneuver. (photo credit: ELIRAN AVITAL) X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people read the Jerusalem Post than ever. However, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications, like us, is forced to look for new ways to keep going. Unlike many other news organizations, we …

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SpaceX starts Starship hopper testing

WASHINGTON – SpaceX has started initial tethered tests of the first prototype of its next generation Starship launch vehicle at its South Texas test site. The vehicle, dubbed "Starhopper," briefly fired its single Raptor engine during a test on the pad April 3, followed by a second test April 5. In both cases the engine fired for only a few …

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