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Boeing confirms the delay of first Starliner crew capsule test flight to August – Spaceflight Now

This image shows one of three Boeing CST-100 Starliner crew capsules during an environmental test campaign in El Segundo, California, which exposed the spacecraft to the thermal, acoustic and electromagnetic environments it will experience during the flight. Credit: Boeing On Tuesday, Boeing said the first orbital test flight of its commercial crew capsule, called Starliner, will be delayed until August …

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How hermit crabs shake off competitors for shells | Science

Hermit crabs shake in their shells to get off competitors who have designs on their homes, scientists have found. Field tests conducted on a beach in Costa Rica showed Pacific hermit crabs are swiftly deterred from ousting and incumbent when they sense strong vibrations coming from inside. Researchers at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire set out to investigate the role …

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Old people could not have been as wise as we thought

Looking back over human history, it is easy to wonder about the ingenuity of simple but incredibly effective technologies, such as houses, boats or arches and arrows, that had such a great influence on the lives of our ancestors. Many believe that such technologies are indicative of human superiority. However, an experimental study published in the journal Nature Human Behavior …

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All-Female Spacewalk Was Canceled on 'My Recommendation,' Astronaut Anne McClain Says

Astronaut Anne McClain is defending NASA's decision to scrap the first all-female spacewalk over a lack of appropriately sized spacesuits. "That was my recommendation," McClain told ABC News during a live, televised interview from the International Space Station on Monday (April 1), three days after she was out of what would have been here second spacewalk (19459004) her first spacewalk …

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This Russian drone is literally a flying 12-gauge shotgun

Military drones have been around for some time now and while we mostly imagine drones in wartime as surveillance tools or in some cases instruments used in precision, hit an enemy force, Russia is developing drones that are essentially only Weapons with wings. If it sounds a little silly, just wait until you see it going. In a video demonstration, …

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Astronomers found Mars & # 39; missing methane

He who melts it Astronomers finally figured out where the methane on Mars comes from. The inventory solves a mystery that has been initiated since the organic gas was first discovered on Mars in 2003 – but which later removed scientists who tried to measure and track it. It turns out that an ice sheet on the Mars surface near …

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Is it ethical to visit the Great Barrier Reef?

Illustration by Joel Arbaje; source photo of Alamy first April 2019 at. 7:30 ET The Great Barrier Reef, a collection of nearly 3,000 reefs that stretches along the northeastern coast of Australia and covers an area that is the size of Italy – the largest living structure on Earth – is in dire straits. In recent years, much of it …

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