SpaceX Is Set To Retry Its First U.S. National Security Space Mission

SpaceX Is Set To Retry Its First U.S. National Security Space Mission

SpaceX has slated the launch of its long-delayed U.S. military navigation satellite. This launch would mark as the SpaceX’s first national security space mission for the United States. The company has recently postponed the launch of this long-delayed U.S. military navigation satellite because of the strong upper-level winds. According to the SpaceX officials, the company […]

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Administrators Encouraging Schools To Eradicate Single Use Plastics

Administrators Encouraging Schools To Eradicate Single Use Plastics

England is attempting to make the environment plastic-free by taking several measures. The country has set a target to eradicate dependency on use-and-throw plastics by the Year 2022, through encouraging children of multiple schools. Damian Hinds—the education secretary—has advised teachers to opt for some better alternatives against non-recyclable plastic items used in food packaging, school […]

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NASA’s Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors Ventured Their Its Cycle 6 Flight

NASA’s Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors Ventured Their Its Cycle 6 Flight

NASA’s AAA (Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors) led by SETI completed their 2018 season with the successful journey of two night research flights on SOFIA the Infrared Astronomy Stratospheric Observatory at the end of October. Stephan Unterhoizner, James Wright, and Joseph Verderame, three professors’ ambassadors, underwent rigorous professional development training at the NASA Airborne Center based in […]

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