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Astronauts in Space ‘Feel the Power’ of Hurricane Dorian as NASA’s Florida Spaceport Braces for the Storm | Space


Hurricane Dorian has left astronauts in space in awe of the storm’s sheer power while NASA’s Kennedy Space Center has a skeleton crew guarding the Florida spaceport against damage.

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How Technology is Transforming the Future of Transportation


How Technology is Transforming the Future of Transportation The transport industry as we know it, is on the verge of a radical transformation thanks to major disruptive technological innovations built on IOT/Industry 4.0, Additive Layer Manufacturing, data analytics and artificial intelligence and

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Weird Worlds? Yes — by the Trillion


NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program, the search for planets and life beyond our solar system.

 

A trip down the list of exoplanets found so far is a wild ride. These planets beyond our solar system, whether orbiting other stars or floating freely between them, can make the planets closer to home look tame by comparison. “Hot Jupiters” are star-hugging, infernal worlds. “Super Earths” are super mysterious. Frozen planets, gas giants that make Jupiter look puny, or small, rocky planets in Earth’s size range but in tight orbits around red dwarf stars – the catalog keeps growing, and soon, that growth will become exponential.

 

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Silk Spun by Graphene-Fed Spiders Is One of the Strongest Materials on Earth


Spider webs are already strong enough to restrain small insects unlucky enough to fly into them, and soon, they may be capable of carrying the weight of a person.

 

In a new study published in 2D Materials, Nicola Pugno at the University of Trento in Italy and his team detail how they cranked arachnids’ already impressive metabolic process up to 11 by adding graphene and carbon nanotubes to a spider’s drinking water. Afterward, the spider produced silk as it normally would, but the silk was five times stronger, putting it on par with the likes of pure carbon fibers and Kevlar — the strongest materials on Earth.

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The Curiosity Rover Is Taking a Break | Mars Solar Conjunction


The sun is positioned between Earth and Mars from August 28 to September 7, 2019. That means NASA has to break communication with the Red Planet.

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