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Boeing demonstrates the latest Starliner parachute test

As SpaceX and Boeing continue their commercial space race, Boeing posted this video demonstrating a parachute test on its Starliner car. It is planned that a parachute crew down the US Southwest after leaving the ISS aboard the Boeing spacecraft and keep it in sufficient shape to be reused up to ten times. We have seen videos of similar tests …

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A lunar passenger of blue origin: a photo tour

A private space company Blue Origin builds a new monthly passenger called Blue Moon. Founder of Blue Origin Jeff Bezos found the first Blue Moon layout on May 9, 2019, when the company worked on the project for three years. Click this gallery to see photos of the great discovery and image of the simulation of the Blue Moon mission …

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Originally, Canada got there – Skywatching

Ken Tapping – May 10, 2019 / 11:00 | History: 255938 Photo: sd.gsfc.nasa.gov In the 1960s, Canada was the first country to successfully use a radio telescope for thousands of kilometers in diameter . separated by thousands of kilometers, act as if they were linked together. This technique, known as a very long basal interferometry, or VLBI, was developed for …

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Ancestors of man ate other people, because they were easier to catch

Ancestors of cannibals killed and ate each other, because it was "more cost-effective" than catching animals – says a new study. Researchers found in Spain archaeological data that is said to show "indisputable signs of cannibalism" in the ancient human race, which is called Homo antecessor and Neanderthals. The analysis showed that cannibalism was a good survival technique for the …

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How life on Earth influenced his inner work

Credit: California Institute of Technology It's well known that life on Earth and the geology of the planet are interwoven, but a new study gives fresh evidence of how deeply – literally – it's going to go. Geologists from the California Institute of Technology and the University of California at Berkeley have identified a chemical signature in igneous rocks that …

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