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With the development of civilization comes roads, and this will be especially true on the moon. To do this, the dust must be kept away. In the Apollo era, dust blocked equipment and worn space suits.
As the day dawned last Friday, ISRO started trying to communicate with the lander. There has been no answer so far, and it is possible that the lander and the vehicle will be buried up to about 600 km from the south pole of the moon
The fact that so many nations - the United States, Russia, China, India, Israel - and even commercial entities are interested in landing on the moon means that there are many opportunities to create new partnerships
A few weeks ago, the astronaut Sultan Al Nyadi participated in a sleep laboratory experiment on the space station
As in the case of the Bereshit spaceship, the landing phase is critical * The person who was the chairman of the Israel Space Agency at the time of the Bereshit spaceship crash says in a conversation with the Hidaan site: "In the Bereshit the engine was turned off due to human error, we should wait and see what happened today"
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Startups in Europe will be able to benefit from access to Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform, from the mentoring program of the 3DEXPERIENCE Lab innovation lab, and from networking assistance
The upper stage of the Long March 5 launcher that uploaded a module to the Chinese space station Tiangong about a week ago crashed. These launchers lack a control system for re-entry into the atmosphere
In addition to its intriguing internal structure (and strange phenomena like diamond rain!), scientists believe that Neptune played an important role in the formation of the solar system and that its composition includes large amounts of gas that was part of the prestellar nebula from which the solar system formed
However, no official announcement has yet been made, and even then, the Russians are obliged to give a year's notice in advance
An expert in space law and international relations says that even the entry of commercial companies will not solve the problem because they are subject to the laws of the country in which they are registered
US Vice President Kamala Harris announced this in a review before the Space Guard; more than 1,600 pieces are floating in space since the Russian test about six months ago, over 2,400 pieces are still floating 15 years after the Chinese test; Russia is setting conditions indirectly related to the war in Ukraine
The Russian space agency Roscosmos then dropped the launch from a launcher carrying satellites for the ONEWEB project as a continuation of punitive measures against the West in the field of space
Director of Roscosmos Dimitri Rogozin referred to the DMS-R facility used to navigate the station, although it was designed by the European Space Agency and integrated into the Russian component of the Zavezda space station * Also, the Progress cargo spaceships occasionally provide station orbit raising services * Elon Musk suggested that the SpaceX cargo spaceships perform the track repairs in place of the ruins
In 1991, cosmonaut Sergey Krikalev made one of the most difficult decisions of his life: to stay on the Soviet space station indefinitely. He did this even though he knew that the country that sent him into space had disintegrated, and there was no one to replace him
Russia conducted an anti-satellite weapon experiment in which an old Russian satellite exploded without prior warning to those responsible for the space sector in the Western armies, the Cosmos 1408 satellite was launched back in 1982 during the Soviet Union
After SpaceX overtakes Boeing, NASA and Boeing continue preparations for the second, as-yet-unmanned flight of Starliner to prove that the system can safely carry astronauts to and from the International Space Station
China has successfully launched the Shenzhou 12 spacecraft carrying 3 astronauts to begin the installation of the Tiangong (Heavenly Palace) permanent space station. In the next two years, 11 launches are expected, four of the spacecraft will be manned
Tianwen-1 makes China the sixth country in history to reach Mars. The fifth country to do so is the United Arab Emirates whose spacecraft, Hope, entered orbit around the Red Planet yesterday
No one will doubt that China aims to win the new space race. Not only is it the only country to have landed on the moon in over 40 years, but it is also the first to make a soft landing on the far side of the moon, plant a flag on the lunar soil and even bring lunar soil samples to Earth. It is now also landing a robotic all-terrain vehicle on Mars
Space exploration achieved several milestones in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, including commercial manned space flights and the return of asteroid samples to Earth. Fascinating tasks are expected in 2021, some of which mark breakthroughs
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