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Hoskinson: The Cardano Code Base On A Level With NASA And SpaceX

1 Jul 2020 2 minute read 0 comments PassionCryptodotcom

Hoskinson explains that Cardano has the best code ever written in the history of computing. According to the CEO of IOHK, Cardano eliminates all the teething problems and problems that Bitcoin and Ethereum bring. Cardano is known as the third gene...

Woof! Boston Dynamics SPOT goes on general sale.

19 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Tomatosoup

Boston Dynamics has released its dog like robot platform Spot for commercial sale, previously Spot was only available to lease. At $74,000, including delivery, Spot costs a bit more than your average pedigree pooch, but early adopters have seen the b...

2020

1 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments newb0Xsir

  Currently watching history again Crew Dragon docking to Station, watched by many friends Even with a disastrous start This year, this decade is when modern age innovation will be marked   Sustainable living will become more of a norm Humans in spac...

IF THE STARS EXPLODE... (WOULD WE NOTICE IT?) / "The Doubling Time Theory" / ¿Memories are real? [SCIENCE-ART]

21 May 2020 9 minute read 0 comments awstian

If the stars exploded ... by Brian Becerra.   "Nothing that has happened is forgotten, even if you don't remember it"Spirited Away -Hayao Miyazaki   "When we look at the stars we see the past"   Figure 1. MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY as "Cooper" on "Interst...

Birthday game for Hubble Telescope 30th years activity

6 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Luke86

Launched on 24th of April 1990, it gifted us spectacular images about all the Universe. A 2,4 meters diameter primary mirror and 5 instruments to see in "visible", "ultra-violet" and "infra-red". The Hubble Space Telescope has gifted us the best imag...

Last LRO photos confirmed Moon landing of Apollo mission's

3 Apr 2020 1 minute read 3 comments Luke86

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter captured Apollo 12,14 and 17 landing sites Yes, we've been to the Moon and there is no other way to disprove it. The last photos shot by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter are a final blow to conspiracy theorists: these pic...

30 years of "Pale Blue Dot", one of the most iconic photo in history

17 Mar 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Luke86

It was shot in 1990 by Voyager 1 probe, leaving the Solar System Do you know how big is a single pixel? Well, now imagine to shot a photo in which your house is smaller than a pixel. You would feel very very little, wouldn't you? And what do you thin...

Potential clues of life found on Mars!

9 Mar 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Luke86

Studies made by Curiosity rover between 2012 and 2017 revealed thiophenes A tireless worker: Curiosity, landed on Mars in 2012, is unstoppable. Its activity allows to discover something new everyday, week after week, year after year with one single p...

First scientific results of Juno mission on Jupiter: Galileo Probe probably was wrong!

26 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Luke86

In 1995 the Galileo mission meet the biggest planet of the Solar System, Jupiter, to study it after Pioneer and Voyager probes in the ‘80s. At that time Galileo, among the various measurement it made, discovered that the atmosphere of Jupiter was ver...

Moonfacts - Apollo 13: “failure is not an option” and a Guinness world record still undefeated.

25 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Luke86

“Ok, Houston we’ve had a problem here”. 13th April 1970. Jim Lovell (together with Jack Sweigert and Fred Haise) talks to Houston about a series of problems on the Odissey, the spacecraft taking him and his colleagues straight to the Moon. Few secon...