What is NASA actually doing

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  1. In about two and a half years, the NASA probe should be back and deliver material from an asteroid on Earth.

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  2. Roscosmos has already brought tourists to the ISS, including Mark Shuttleworth. The first private US mission can start in January.

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  3. The Chinese missile stage crash ended in the sea. NASA admonishes China. Esa continues to dispose of rocket stages in an uncontrolled manner.

  4. Small pieces of scrap can destroy satellites. It is unclear how many small parts are in orbit. Esa wants to find out.

  5. After protests, the US audit office is investigating the award of contracts by NASA to SpaceX.

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  1. While Armstrong and Aldrin hopped over the moon, Michael Collins circled in orbit. The third Apollo 11 man died at the age of 90.

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  2. Alleged lack of funds from NASA is no reason not to pay for the construction of the lunar lander by Blue Origin. The company charged SpaceX twice the price.

  3. 100 meters of flight distance in 80 seconds, while the helicopter always knew exactly where it was not.

  4. Astronauts need oxygen to breathe, rockets to fly. NASA has had the Rover Perseverance tested to see how the gas can be extracted on Mars.

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  5. The Ingenuity helicopter, dropped off from the Mars rover Perseverance, took off for the first time. The flight was successful and lasted 40 seconds.

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  1. Actually, it's a simple matter. The Starship from SpaceX was technically the best offer and had by far the lowest price. Nevertheless, the election turned out to be a political test of courage.
    An analysis by Frank Wunderlich-Pfeiffer

  2. Google Earth receives an update with which the global changes of the past 37 years can be viewed in fast motion - anywhere in the world.

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  3. Northrop Grumman completed the second satellite extension mission. Further projects of this kind are in the works.

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  1. According to NASA, Ingenuity has parked the Perseverance rover on Mars. The mini-helicopter should take off for the first time in a few days.

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  2. The Lego space shuttle consists of around 2,300 individual parts. It comes with a model of the Hubble space telescope.

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  3. Belated, overpriced, but at least tested successfully. The US lunar program is one step closer to the first flight.

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  1. On earth they would call the tow truck. On Mars, the driving noises sound normal, according to NASA.

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  2. According to a new study, only a small part of the water on Mars has escaped into space. But this is of little use to future colonists.

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  3. If a tire works on other planets, why shouldn't earthly cyclists also benefit from NASA technology?

  1. Aircraft noise is a nuisance for local residents and expensive for airlines. NASA is testing new wing designs to make aircraft quieter.

  2. The Mars rover Perseverance has made its first lap on the red planet.

  3. With NIAC, NASA supports projects between new technology and bad science fiction every year. An overview.
    From Frank Wunderlich-Pfeiffer

  1. Golem.de weekly review At the end of 2021, the goal of the federal government could be achieved - the week in the video.

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  2. After four days of data transfer, NASA showed a three-minute video of the landing of Mars rover Perseverance. Three cameras worked, the microphone didn't.

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  3. Molds and bacteria from Earth can survive on Mars. This can be dangerous for astronauts, but it can also benefit them.

  4. From the two hours of Nasa live stream for the landing of the Mars rover Perseverance, only six seconds remained for the scientific instruments of a far overpriced mission.
    An IMHO from Frank Wunderlich-Pfeiffer

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  5. A small space station with a lot of European technology is to be built near the moon. At the start, NASA decided against the expensive SLS rocket.

  6. Alan Shepard hit two golf balls on the moon in 1971 - the balls were discovered on recordings just in time for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 14.

  7. Esa continues to be involved in NASA's Artemis program. The Europeans supply important components for the coming moon flights.

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  8. A full flight into space should be simulated. But the test was canceled after just one minute.

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  9. Our neighboring planet has resisted all attempts to be drilled by the robot mole. The DLR gives up.

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  10. A SpaceX rocket brings the German astronaut to the ISS.

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  11. The component is in an inconvenient place. The exchange could take months.

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  12. Because of climate change, the sea level is rising. The Esa satellite Sentinel-6 will precisely measure the rise from space.

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  13. What else happened on November 10, 2020 in addition to the big news, in a nutshell.

  14. Voyager 2 was on its own for eight months. Now NASA can communicate with the space probe again.

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  15. Esa and Nasa have agreed that the Europeans will supply components for the Artemis program. It is unclear whether they will also fly to the moon.

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  16. Osiris Rex's collection of materials was more successful than expected, but a jammed stone threatened to lose the collected material.

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  17. According to the Japanese space agency Jaxa, NASA also shows that it can land on an asteroid and take samples for Earth.

  18. Nokia is to develop the 4G network for NASA so that it works on the moon and also reaches space vehicles.

  19. "Security Zones" on the mining of raw materials on the moon, the military can do what it wants, power issues are not resolved, the space treaty is broken.
    From Frank Wunderlich-Pfeiffer

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  20. The new waste system is smaller, lighter and is to be installed in various spacecraft.

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  21. The question is not if, but when will another large asteroid be on a collision course with Earth. Esa and Nasa then want to push him away.

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  22. What else happened on September 15, 2020, in addition to the big news, in a nutshell.

  23. Ceres has a lot of liquid water under the surface ice. According to current knowledge, there is an unusual cryovolcanism on the dwarf planet.

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  24. What else happened on August 7, 2020 in addition to the big news, in a nutshell.

  25. Virgin wants to fly faster than sound and Rolls Royce is to supply the engines.

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  26. The first manned American spaceship in nine years returns to Earth. The landing will be broadcast live.

  27. The film studio is said to have committed a budget of 200 million US dollars for the film, which is to be shot in part on the ISS.

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  28. It cost $ 2.5 billion and looks just like Curiosity. Some things are still new, some just toys.
    From Frank Wunderlich-Pfeiffer

  1. Sony confirms defective camera shielding

    For some users, pictures taken with flash on the Xperia Z1 Compact show strong light radiation. Sony has now admitted the mistake, but at the same time assured that only a few thousand devices of the first production batch were affected.
    (Sony Xperia Z1 Compact)

  2. Jailbreak available for iOS 6.1

    With the Evasi0n jailbreak from Evad3rs, current iOS devices can be unlocked and unauthorized apps can be installed. This works not only with iPods and iPads, but also with the iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini.

  3. The tablet that shows what Android can do

    A high-resolution display and a powerful processor, these are the outstanding features of the Nexus 10. On behalf of Google, Samsung has put together a great tablet on which Android runs better than hardly any other device.
    (Nexus 10)

  4. Does GTA 5 start in Cologne?

    There are further indications that there will be something new about GTA 5 at Gamescom 2012 - new information from Rockstar Games is possible, maybe even a playable version.
    (Gta 5)

  5. The Pirate Bay lifts ISP blockades

    In order to remain accessible despite court-ordered blockades, Pirate Bay is now using, among other things, an additional IP address. This should work particularly well with proxies.
    (Pirate Bay)

  6. Android smartphone with long battery life

    Motorola will soon also be bringing the Android smartphone Droid Razr Maxx to Germany. In Europe, the mobile phone with the 4.3-inch Super Amoled touchscreen will then be called the Razr Maxx and should convince with a long battery life.

  7. Films on the big screen with short distance

    With the W710ST, BenQ has introduced a DLP projector that can produce large image diagonals even at a short distance from the screen. From a distance of one meter, a projection of 1.60 meters is made. The device achieves a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels and should therefore also be suitable for film presentations.
    (Ps Move Too Large Distance)

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