“Russia is burning the gas it no longer sends to Europe”: NASA images show the flames from the Gazprom plant

Flames rising from the compression station of Portovaya. According to some international media, this is proof that the Russia is burning the gas who can no longer sell toEuropaafter the cut to the supplies decided by Mosca through the pipeline Nord Stream. To reveal it, he writes The world which mentions Finnish TV Yleare the … Read more

NASA Moon Ice Cube – Moon Observation Cube Ready to Launch Artemis

by Catherine Schauer and Danny Bird, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight CenterAugust 8, 2022 Illustration of moon ice cubes in orbit examining lunar ice. Credit: Morehead State University moon ice[{” attribute=””>NASA’s water-scouting CubeSat, is now poised to hitch a ride to lunar orbit. Although it is not much bigger than a shoe box, Lunar IceCube’s data … Read more

“Proxima Centauri photographed by NASA” but it’s a photo of a sausage

The physicist and philosopher Etienne Klein made a joke that shook the internet: After posting a photo of a salami on social media, he passed it off as a sausage. The news immediately went around the world, forcing the physicist to apologize for saying the photo of a sausage was derived from images found through … Read more

NASA Moon Ice Cube – Moon Observation Cube Ready to Launch Artemis

by Catherine Schauer and Danny Bird, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight CenterAugust 8, 2022 Illustration of moon ice cubes in orbit examining lunar ice. Credit: Morehead State University moon ice[{” attribute=””>NASA’s water-scouting CubeSat, is now poised to hitch a ride to lunar orbit. Although it is not much bigger than a shoe box, Lunar IceCube’s data … Read more

The alleged hair collected on Mars that keeps NASA and the scientific community in suspense

Images taken in the sampling area of ​​NASA’s Perseverance rover on Mars have surprised mission scientists because it shows something resembling a hair. Information downloaded on August 4 from Perseverance it showed that the 12th sample of the mission had been successfully extracted, sealed and stored. As the team always does, images of various components … Read more

NASA has been launching lasers from the International Space Station for years. There is a good reason behind

We often think of space exploration as something outside of our lives, but many of the experiments we launch into space on rockets are intended to improve our quality of life. GEDI is one of them, with the aim of monitor our forests and measure deforestation.

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NASA identifies strange ‘ball of tangled wires’ found on Mars

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) Each slightly strange image from Mars intrigues the public to the highest degree. Lately, it was some sort of tangled ball of string that had aroused intense curiosity. The enigma has just been solved by NASA. The image had been transmitted to Earth via … Read more

Is There Something Like Spaghetti On Mars? This is NASA’s opinion

Surabaya (beritajatim.com) – There is always something new to be discovered in space research. Like recent findings, a noodle-shaped object appears on the surface of Mars. Is there a spaghetti restaurant there? Reported from mirror.co.ukthe discovery of a yellow spaghetti-shaped object on the plains of the Red Planet has also been identified by NASA. The … Read more

NASA’s Artemis 1 Mission Brings Shaun The Sheep Doll to the Moon

JawaPos.com – NASA targets to launch the Artemis 1 mission to the moon after the SLS (Space Launch System) rocket refueling test was carried out on June 20, 2022. In an interview with Ars Technica, Jim Free, associate administrator with NASA’s Exploration Systems Development program, said his team was preparing for the launch of Artemis … Read more

How NASA continues to ‘talk’ to Voyager probes billions of miles away | Tech

08 aug 2022 om 05:28Update: een dag geleden Space probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 were launched 45 years ago and now hover billions of miles from Earth. The American space agency NASA maintains contact with the equipment to this day, despite the very weak signal. By Rutger Otto It’s almost unimaginable, but Voyager 1 … Read more