Category Archives: Science

Water and Ocean Topography

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“US Set to Announce Fusion Energy ‘Breakthrough'”

“… the Department of Energy plans to announce on Tuesday, The Washington Post has reported. The milestone was made recently at the government-funded Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California. Despite the breakthrough, the commercial use of such technology is still probably decades … Continue reading

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Production of the great Boeing 747 jumbo jet ends after 54 years and 1,574 planes

By Robert Willmann A wonderful airplane designed to carry both passengers and freight emerged from the imagination of designers starting in 1967. Called the Boeing 747, it entered service on 22 January 1970 with Pan American World Airways, because Pan … Continue reading

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“Watch NASA’s Artemis 1 splashdown here, starting at 11AM ET”

Watch NASA’s Artemis 1 splashdown here, starting at 11AM ET (yahoo.com)

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Lunar Flashlight launch

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“… Artemis spacecraft reaches the Moon”

“Nasa’s Orion spacecraft reached the Moon’s orbit on Monday, flying over Tranquility Base where Neil Armstrong walked 53 years ago. The Artemis mission launched its test flight last Wednesday, the first time an astronaut-class spacecraft has ventured into lunar orbit since the … Continue reading

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Artemis I launch

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Clean energy from space

“Technology capable of collecting solar power in space and beaming it to Earth to provide a global supply of clean and affordable energy was once considered science fiction. Now it is moving closer to reality. Through the Space-based Solar Power … Continue reading

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SLS Block 1 | Artemis-1

SLS Block 1 | Artemis I (spacelaunchnow.me)

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“Idaho National Laboratory ‘leads the way,’ chosen to host new nuclear reactor”

“The U.S. Department of Energy selected Idaho National Laboratory to house a nuclear reactor that could make the country a leader in nuclear technology. The DOE issued a record of decision last month to build a sodium-cooled fast test reactor, … Continue reading

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