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If you live in Jakarta, Indonesia, Dhaka, Bangladesh, or Lagos, Nigeria, you are three times more likely to die from space debris than a New Yorker. Don’t worry, though. It’s only a tiny probability, but still, a probability that may happen within the next ten years.
Many believe, including Elon Musk himself, that he is the future. But once unquestionable belief in Musk’s future plans and predictions is starting to wane.
Russia’s new laser could be a game changer for the country’s security. It could block satellites’ optical sensors from peering down on broad swaths of the nation, making it much harder for foreign powers to track Russia’s military activities.
All space rockets work on the idea that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Space rockets shoot propellants in one direction to move in the other. But a NASA engineer working on the EmDrive thinks he could get us to the stars without conventional fuel.
The Rare Earth hypothesis predicts that intelligent life on other planets is highly improbable because it requires the incredible amalgamation of geological, astrophysical, and other circumstances.
You may want to think more carefully about the vacuum cleaner you buy for your home and the personal health care providers you choose. Amazon has been making some interesting acquisitions recently. A month ago, Amazon acquired One Medical Ltd, and now Amazon has just acquired iRobot Corp, a company that builds vacuum robots that can map your entire home. What is Amazon going to do with all that user data?
An out-of-control star is perhaps one of the most terrifying things in outer space.
“Humans grew up in caves, and if we ever live on the moon, we might go back to caves,” said Paige, who is in charge of the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment analyzing Moon caves.
A record-breaking speed record was set on June 29 when the Earth was spinning faster than it ever had before, beating a previous record set in 2020 by 0.1298 milliseconds. Should we be concerned when Earth’s time is a little off?