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SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft put through its paces

SpaceX’s first human-tested spacecraft, the Crew Dragon, is put through its paces by NASA and even by Roscosmos astronauts. Kathy Lueders, former manager of the Commercial Crew Program (CCP), who was promoted to head of NASA’s Human Spaceflight Office (HEOMD) a few days ago, spoke mainly about her new job – as head of the Artemis Moon landing program – …

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Neptune’s strange moon Triton could be visited by a NASA spacecraft called Trident

A possible new mission called Trident is to be researched Neptuneis strange moon Triton. Neptune’s largest moon Triton There is an unusual icy mixture on its surface, including unique properties that could help scientists learn more about the development of bodies in the solar system. Trident is one of four mission concepts Participated in a current round of the NASA …

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NASA is said to enable the reuse of spacecraft and crew dragon boosters

WASHINGTON – NASA will allow SpaceX to reuse the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the first stages of the Falcon 9 for launch next year. By amending the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract that NASA released with SpaceX last month, SpaceX will be able to use both the Falcon 9 first tier and the spaceship crew from the second spacecraft …

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The NASA spacecraft sends back images of stars 4.3 billion miles away

New Horizons explores Pluto, Arrokoth Do you have 3D glasses? You can view these stereo images that show the distance of the stars from their background. Proxima Centauri is on the left and Wolf 359 on the right. New Horizons explores Pluto, Arrokoth The newly renamed Arrokoth, once known as Ultima Thule, is ultra-smooth, smooth, and covered with organic complex …

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SpaceX receives NASA approval for the launch of astronauts on reused rockets and spacecraft

SpaceX appears to have received NASA approval to launch astronauts on reused Falcon 9 rockets and the Crew Dragon spacecraft a few days after the company’s astronaut launch debut went smoothly. Since SpaceX began landing and reusing Falcon 9 orbital-class boosters about 15 months after winning a NASA Crew Dragon development contract, the obvious possibility that the two breakthrough technologies …

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2 different asteroids visited by spacecraft may have been part of a larger asteroid

The two asteroids, which have the same darkness as charcoal and are shaped like spinning tops, have the difference of having both has been visited by spacecraft in recent years. Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft visited and collected samples from Ryugu, and these samples are currently on the way to earth. NASA’s OSIRIS REx mission has been orbiting Bennu since December 2018 …

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Watch live: SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft takes off

A boat passes the SpaceX Falcon 9 with a Dragon Crew capsule on the missile on Friday, May 29, 2020, on Launch Pad 39-A at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Two astronauts are flying on the SpaceX Demo 2 mission to the International Space Station, which is currently due to start on Saturday, May 30th when the …

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The earth’s magnetic field is weakening, satellites and spacecraft are being hit: Space Agency

The Earth’s magnetic field between Africa and South America is weakening and causing problems for spacecraft and satellites, according to scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA). The researchers found that there is an anomaly in the South Atlantic that has increased in recent years. Data from the swarm constellation of the ESA satellites showed that the strength of the …

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