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Watch Blue Origin’s 10th New Shepard mission launch a science-loaded capsule to space

By | Blue Origin, Gadgets, NASA, new shepard, rocket launch, Science, Space, TC

Blue Origin, the rocket company founded by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, is about to undertake the 10th launch of its New Shepard launch vehicle, with its capsule chock full of experiments. The launch, which was originally scheduled for a month ago but delayed for various reasons, will be take place at 6:50 AM Pacific time.

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The New Horizons probe buzzes the most distant object ever encountered first thing tomorrow

By | alan stern, Gadgets, Government, Hardware, NASA, new horizons, Science, Space, TC, ultima thule

Four billion miles from Earth, the New Horizons probe that recently sent such lovely pictures of Pluto is drawing near to the most distant object mankind has ever come close to: Ultima Thule, a mysterious rock deep in the Kuiper belt. The historic rendezvous takes place early tomorrow morning. This is an encounter nearly 30 […]

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11 moments from the International Space Station’s first 20 years

By | Gadgets, Government, international space station, ISS, NASA, Roscosmos, Space, TC

It was November 20, 1998, when an unprecedented international coalition of astronomers, engineers, and rocket scientists saw years of collaboration come to fruition with the launch of the International Space Station’s first component. Since then the largest spacecraft ever built has hosted innumerable astronauts, experiments, and other craft. Here are a few notable moments in the history of this inspiring and decades-spanning mission.

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Mars Rover Curiosity is switching brains so it can fix itself

By | Gadgets, jpl, mars rover, NASA, Robotics, Science, Space, TC

When you send something to space, it’s good to have redundancy. Sometimes you want to send two whole duplicate spacecraft just in case — as was the case with Voyager — but sometimes it’s good enough to have two of critical components. Mars Rover Curiosity is no exception, and it is now in the process of switching from one main “brain” to the other so it can do digital surgery on the first.

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