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Nasa streamed a cat video from space

Nasa has now tested streaming video in HD format from Psyche, the spacecraft that left Earth in October and is expected to reach Psyche 16, the metal asteroid about 600 million kilometers from Earth, in 2029. The transmission from Psyche was conducted using a laser system for communication that Nasa calls Deep Space Optical Communications […]

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Capsule with asteroid samples has landed on Earth

Yesterday, the asteroid hunter OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer) returned to Earth after spending seven years in space. During these years, the spacecraft traveled to the asteroid Bennu, collected a sample from it, and then returned to Earth. In total, OSIRIS-REx traveled about 6.2 million kilometers on its round trip journey […]

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Microsoft gets approval to buy Activision Blizzard

The UK competition authority, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), stated today that it no longer sees any obstacles to Microsoft’s acquisition of the gaming company Activision Blizzard. CMA is one of several competition authorities worldwide that had previously opposed the acquisition, but after Microsoft pledged certain commitments in relation to its purchase of Activision Blizzard, […]

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Why Usenet Might Be The Best Content Delivery Service Out There

Usenet, with its fascinating past and impressive capabilities, has emerged as a top choice for delivering content. The journey of Usenet archives is intricate and incomplete, peppered with challenges and imperfections. There are a multitude of reasons why Usenet stands out as the ultimate content delivery service. Perhaps one of its most noteworthy features is […]

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Best Gaming Chair in 2023

Choosing the best gaming chair involves considering several factors to ensure it meets your specific needs and preferences. There are many companies out there catering to all of your needs.  Which is the Best Gaming Chair for 2023? According to TopGamingChair, the SecretLab Titan EVO Series 2022 is their lineup’s best and most exciting product. […]

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Japan has launched two space missions

Earlier today, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched two exciting spacecraft into space. One of them is the Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM), intended to make a soft landing on the moon in early 2024. It’s a relatively small moon lander that carries two mini-rovers to explore the area around the Shioli crater […]

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India Sends Spacecraft to the Sun

After India’s successful moon landing two weeks ago, the country firmly established itself as one of the world’s leading space nations. This weekend marked another milestone for India’s space endeavors, as it set its sights on the sun. On Saturday, the spacecraft Aditya-L1 lifted off from the Indian spaceport on Sriharikota Island. Aditya-L1 is now […]

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More about the Fisker Pear

Fisker is now sharing additional images of the compact electric SUV Pear, along with more details about the model. The car shown in the pictures might not be exactly like the production version, but many elements are likely to remain, perhaps excluding the digital side mirrors. As mentioned before, the launch has been pushed to […]

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Top 3 Trends in Security System Technology

Security system technology is quickly developing to meet the demands of a complex and connected world. New technology trends, however, are taking the world by surprise as their advancement redefines security measures. As cyber-attacks become more complex and advanced, attack defense techniques also get more sophisticated to keep up with the expanding difficulties. With traditional […]

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Advanced telescopes targeted by cyberattacks

The U.S. National Science Foundation has reported that cyberattacks against their National Optical-Infrared Astronomy Research Laboratory (NOIRLab) have resulted in the suspension of observation activities at two of their most advanced telescopes. The affected telescopes are NOIRLab’s Gemini North Telescope in Hawaii, shown in the image above, and the Gemini South Telescope in Chile. Several […]

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Join Crew-7’s Journey

Two days ago, Crew-7 was launched by SpaceX to the International Space Station. The trip included four astronauts, including Danish astronaut Andreas Mogensen, who is on his second mission to space. NASA has put together a video that follows the crew’s day from preparations and farewells to families, the launch, and their initial time in […]

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Ryobi releases a new battery

Ryobi introduced today the new 18V ONE+ 4Ah High Energy battery, which becomes part of the Lithium+ High Energy battery series. This battery is said to provide three times longer runtime than previous models and also generate less heat. The battery has up to 20 percent more power than earlier models and features an integrated […]

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Now Russia is heading to the Moon again

Earlier today, Russia’s lunar spacecraft Luna 25 lifted off from the Russian spaceport Vostochny Cosmodrome, and in the clip here, you can see how it looked. It will be the first time in 47 years that Russia undertakes a lunar mission, and this time, the goal is to land at the Moon’s South Pole. Luna […]

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The shortage of Raspberry Pi computers seems to be coming to an end

Over the past two years, the demand for Raspberry Pi computers has exceeded the supply, making it difficult for some consumers to purchase any version of the popular mini-computer. Some retailers have also implemented restrictions, allowing consumers to buy only one Raspberry Pi computer per purchase to prevent them from selling out too quickly. However, […]