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Watch Rover Models Wiggle Out Alien Sand Traps

Driving a sandy hill in the far world is a great way to get away. A decade ago, NASA’s Spirit rover died on Mars after it was placed in a sand trap. For months, mission managers on Earth sent commands for the rover to spin its wheels, but the Spirit could never break free. As the Martian winter arrived, the …

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Astronauts enter a regular quarantine for the historic launch of SpaceX Crew Dragon

Two NASA astronauts enter the quarantine today (May 13) to prepare for a historic space launch in a SpaceX spacecraft. Astronauts Robert “Bob” Behnken and Douglas “Doug” Hurley entered the pre-flight quarantine today as they prepare to launch International Space Station aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon as part of the SpaceX’s demo-2 mission. This mission, scheduled to launch later this …

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Astronauts experiment with Nickelodeon’s slime

Although things get messy, the biggest surprise of all is the unique and amazing ways Nickelodeon’s famous green goo is out of gravity. Experimental results may have implications for handling liquids in space, including carbon dioxide and wastewater processing, watering plants grown in space stations and even future life support systems. deep space missions. Nickelodeon sent nearly two liters of …

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Meet the super-spotter of duplicate images in science papers

February fourteenth begins like most of the other days for Elisabeth Bik: checking her phone in bed, she scrolls through a slew of Twitter notifications and private messages from scientists searching of his detective services. The first request today was from a researcher in Belgium: “Hi! I know you have a lot of people asking you to use your magic …

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