“The ideal place”: Planned data centers on the moon

In order to provide data and computing power even in really dire emergencies, an American startup wants to set up small data centers high above the Earth, right on the Moon. According to the Lonestar company, it has now secured flight opportunities. The first tests on the Earth satellite will take place this year and … Read more

“The ideal place”: Planned data centers on the moon

In order to provide data and computing power even in really dire emergencies, an American startup wants to set up small data centers high above the Earth, right on the Moon. According to their own statements, the Lonestar company is now assured of flight opportunities. The first tests on the Earth satellite will take place … Read more

Airbus boss Guillaume Faury on Ukraine war: “Protect our values”

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Sound on Mars: Analysis of sound recordings reveals some surprises

The various probes and rovers that have landed on Mars so far have provided extensive images. The Perseverance rover eventually sent back sound recordings, and their analysis brought amazing things to light. Sound recordings from Mars caused a stir some time ago. For example, for the first time it was possible to hear how the … Read more

Satellite Internet: Amazon Records 83 Rocket Launches for Project Kuiper

Amazon has ordered a total of 83 heavy-duty rocket launches from three space companies to set up its “Project Kuiper” satellite internet, including 18 with Europe’s Ariane 6. Other satellites will be carried into space with rockets from Blue Origin and the United Launch Alliance, Amazon said on Tuesday. For Arianespace it is the largest … Read more

Perseverance: Mars has two different audible speeds of sound

Mars is a quiet planet, and noise propagates in the atmosphere very differently than it does on Earth: the speed of sound changes in the middle of the human-audible spectrum. These are the first results from analysis of images taken by NASA’s Perseverance rover on the Red Planet. This made it possible for the first … Read more

Noises evaluated for the first time: this is how they sound on Mars

Noise evaluated for the first time This is what it sounds like on Mars 04/01/2022, 17:46 NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover is humanity’s eyes and ears on the Red Planet. But what is there to listen to so far from Earth? For the first time, scientists evaluate hours of sound recordings and discover a big surprise. … Read more

Countdown simulation: NASA tests SLS rocket for lunar missions

countdown simulation NASA tests SLS rocket for lunar missions 2/4/2022 8:32 am For the first time in 50 years, NASA wants to send astronauts back to the moon. Initially, however, the huge SLS rocket will be launched without a crew. For the planned missions to be a success, the US space agency begins the dress … Read more

Countdown simulation: NASA tests SLS rocket for lunar missions

countdown simulation NASA tests SLS rocket for lunar missions 2/4/2022 8:32 am For the first time in 50 years, NASA wants to send astronauts back to the moon. Initially, however, the huge SLS rocket will be launched without a crew. For the planned missions to be a success, the US space agency begins the dress … Read more

NASA withdraws order: Bezos removes Musk from lunar lander

NASA withdraws the order Bezos takes a swing at Musk on Mondlander 03/24/2022 01:57 am Both are aiming high: Tesla boss Musk and Amazon founder Bezos are applying with their space companies for the NASA contract for the first commercial lunar lander. First, Musk wins the bid. But then Bezos files a complaint, and now … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope: Sharp Image After Successful Calibration

NASA and ESA continue to make progress in preparing for the James Webb Space Telescope. After fine tuning of the optical elements was completed last week, the infrared camera has now been coordinated with the mirror system as the main imager, the organizations announced Wednesday. The other instruments will be calibrated in the next six … Read more

Mars Ingenuity Helicopter: NASA Extends Mission Again After Flight 21

NASA has again extended the mission of the small helicopter to Mars Ingenuity, which is now scheduled to fly over the Red Planet until at least September. The helicopter had recently completed its 21st flight and turned west. He had thus begun the journey through the region that the US space agency had named “Séítah”. … Read more

Mars Ingenuity Helicopter: NASA Extends Mission Again After Flight 21

NASA has again extended the mission of the small helicopter to Mars Ingenuity, which is now scheduled to fly over the Red Planet until at least September. The helicopter had recently completed its 21st flight and turned west. He had thus begun the journey through the region that the US space agency had named “Séítah”. … Read more

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