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China announced its readiness to build a lunar base in the next 10 years

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Beijing is going to organize a manned mission to Earth satellite and build a research base on the moon over the next decade, local Chinese media reported on April 24, citing Chinese national space control officials. The Celestial Empire is trying with all its might to gain the status of a space superpower and, it […]

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The Chinese lunar rover of the “Chang'e-4” mission sent new images of the lunar surface

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The landing module and lunar rover of the Chinese Chang'e-4 mission are currently in hibernation mode, awaiting the completion of another lunar night for them, which lasts about two Earth weeks. Both devices are working on the satellite's surface for more than the stated service life, and before “falling asleep” once again, they transmitted to […]

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Tesla plans to launch a network of taxis on autopilot in 2020

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Tesla plans to launch the first robotaksi as part of an extensive stand-alone ridesharing program (that is, when many people use one car at once) in 2020. The general director of the company, Ilon Mask, announced this during a company event called Autonomy Day. “I feel confident in predicting that Tesla’s autonomous robotaxy will be […]

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Scientists have improved the technology of tracking large fish and analysis of sea water

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For some people, it may seem surprising that some fish swimming in the seas and oceans are equipped with electronic sensors. For example, using a device called Marine Skin, researchers can monitor the temperature and salinity of water at different depths of the seas, and this does not require the services of scuba divers. Recently, […]

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# photo | Railways showed new coupe cars with showers, safes and kitchens

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The holding “Russian Railways” in 2018 showed the concept of second-class carriages of the future with improved conditions for passengers. It seems that work on improving comfort is really going on – a presentation of new compartment cars took place at the Riga station, which will ensure the safety of passengers' personal belongings and enable […]

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CRISPR Creator: in 5 years we will all eat food with edited genes

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In five years, we will eat food modified by CRISPR, a geneticist said, who had a hand in inventing this incredible technology for editing genes. While ethicists are discussing the use of CRISPR in the field of human health, the creator of this tool believes that it will find the best use in improving our […]

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How to create and promote a personal brand – professional lessons

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Personal brand in the modern world is needed not only by politicians and businessmen. A specialist in any field can significantly expand the client base, increase income and take your business to a new level by working on your self-representation in life and social networks. Ana Mavricheva has been working in this direction for 10 […]

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High technology news: the world's first heart printed on a 3D printer

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Over the past few days, Ilon Musk was getting really excited – he took and planted all three Falcon Heavy steps for the first time. But this is not as interesting as the fact that scientists were able to resurrect the brain four hours after death! How? Now tell about it, well, more about a […]

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Japanese space agency showed how to drop a bomb on an asteroid

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On April 5, the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa-2 dropped a bomb consisting of a 2.5-kilogram copper shell and a 4.5-kilogram explosive charge onto the surface of the 500-meter asteroid Ryugu. At an altitude of about 300 meters, the projectile exploded, sending a 2.5 kilogram penetrator, accelerated to a speed of 2 kilometers per second, in the […]

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