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  • May- 2021 -
    2 May
    Space

    NASA is now Planning a Mission to go 1,000 AU From the Sun, Deep Into Interstellar Space

    A different perspective can do wonders.  Perceiving things from a different angle can both metaphorically and literally allow people to see things differently.  And in space, there are an almost infinite number of angles that objects can be observed from.  Like all perspectives, some are more informative than others.  Sometimes those informative perspectives are also the hardest to reach. When the four-decades-old Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft entered interstellar space in 2012 and 2018, respectively, scientists celebrated. These plucky spacecraft had already traveled 120 times the distance from the Earth to the sun to reach the boundary of the…

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  • 2 May
    NASA

    Mars helicopter Ingenuity goes faster and farther than ever on 4th flight

    After proving powered, controlled flight is possible on the Red Planet, NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter has new orders: scout ahead of the Perseverance rover to assist in its search for past signs of microbial life. The next phase extends the rotocraft’s mission beyond the original month-long technology demonstration. Now, the goal is to assess how well flyers can help future exploration of Mars and other worlds. “We’re going to gather information on the operational support capability of the helicopter while Perseverance focuses on its science mission,” Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, told reporters Friday. The type of…

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  • 2 May
    International Space Station

    Russia is withdrawing from the ISS, will create their own in 2025

    Russia announced its withdrawal from the International Space Station (ISS) project from January 2025 and set up its own ISS, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said during the course of a TV interview. In place of ISS, the Russian space industry would gain ROSS – a new orbital station that’s name stands for Russian Orbital Service Station. Currently, the ISS is a collaborative project between the U.S.’ NASA and Russia’s Roscosmos. The ISS sometimes hosts astronauts from other countries as well. In 2019-20, the ISS was hit by several issues including a crack and air-leak noticed in October 2020. According…

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  • 2 May
    Apple

    A broken 12.9-Inch M1 iPad Pro will set you back by $699 if you don’t have AppleCare+

    The latest 2021 iPad Pro series is an example of the pinnacle of advanced engineering, but that will also be the reason you have to pay a hefty sum to repair it, assuming you do not have AppleCare+ purchased. .If you don’t have AppleCare+ for the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the company can charge you $699. This also happens to be the starting price of the iPhone 12 Mini in the US. The fee update was added to Apple’s iPad Service and Repair chart earlier today after ‌iPad Pro‌ orders went live. At $699, it is $50 more expensive to…

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  • 1 May
    AMD

    AMD in an earnings call promised to ramp up production of RX6000 GPUs throughout 2021

    Last year, AMD finally released a family of graphics processors that can compete against Nvidia’s high-end offerings in terms of performance. Unfortunately, AMD could not meet demand for new GPUs. But apparently there is light at the end of the tunnel as AMD is ramping up production.In their latest earnings call, AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, promised to ramp up production of the AMD Radeon RX 6000 RDNA 2 Gaming graphics cards. The RDNA 2 powered gaming graphics cards from AMD have been in short supply ever since they launched. Both AMD and NVIDIA have been facing severe supply issues…

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