Illustration shows a night-side view of the exoplanet WASP-76b. The ultra-hot giant exoplanet has a day side where temperatures climb above 2400 degrees Celsius, high enough to vaporise metals. Strong winds carry iron vapour to the cooler night side where it condenses into iron droplets. To the left of the image, we see the evening … Continue reading An exoplanet where it rains iron.
China’s spacecraft landed on the far side of the moon in January, bringing with it a mini-biosphere that would help it grow plants on the moon. China made history as the first spacecraft to visit that part of the moon. It took with it a 2.6kg greenhouse dubbed the Lunar Micro Ecosystem. Sealed and cylindrical, … Continue reading How china grew a plant on the Moon
Researchers are already working on ways to grow food in space, and icy deposits that could provide water are known to exist on the Moon..Besides being available for drinking, such water could be split into its constituent elements of hydrogen and oxygen using electricity from solar panels. Such electrolysis is already the main way of … Continue reading Creating Oxygen from Moon Dust
Source: Sputnik news With the launch of the Falcon Heavy space shuttle and the successful return of two of its three boosters may make it possible to carrying heavier payloads into space and could lower the costs of launches and this paves the way for Space Mining . "Noted astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, among others, … Continue reading Why Space Mining is a Trillion Dollar Business.
neutron star Imagine we exhaust all resources on earth and depending on Sun becomes Futile. Where to find the other alternative to fuel up entire earth ? These are some of the Question that are baffling Human mind from century and still counting to do so. Lets look at other alternative more powerful than Sun-a … Continue reading Impossible Innovation:Tapping the Potential of Neutron star to fuel up Earth.
The French entrepreneur and his co-founder Emmanuel Etcheparre have a new company, Space Cargo Unlimited, which aims to perform biological research in the microgravity of Earth’s orbit. Begun in 2014, it plans to fly experiments on rockets made by Blue Origin and SpaceX as soon as next year. But, first, on Nov. 2, they will launch a … Continue reading Wine into Orbit.
Adobe Stock IOActive revealed news that there are cyber security vulnerabilities in Panasonic Avionics In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems. These Panasonic systems are known to be used by a number of major airlines, including Emirates, United, Virgin and American. The vulnerability was discovered by Ruben Santamarta, principal security consultant at IOActive, and the discovery suggested that … Continue reading How to Hack a Plane at 30,000 ft. Find out how?