Humanity is pushing further outside of our atmosphere. We take a look at the space tech coming out of places like NASA, SpaceX, and Blue Origin that is powering the space exploration of tomorrow.
The monstrous object should be big enough for ground-based radio telescopes to image.
A dark-matter particle of a certain size range would cause an injury like an exotic gunshot wound if it hit a human being. Fortunately, that’s apparently not the size these particles come in.
Chemical rockets aren’t suitable for the new breed of tiny satellites filling our skies. So rocket scientists are developing a new generation of lighter, more efficient plasma thrusters.
Using silica aerogel to trap heat and create liquid water sounds far-fetched, but it could one day be used to help us grow food on the planet’s surface.
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