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The hole in the Soyuz spacecraft docked to the ISS was not pierced by a meteor from the Geminid shower

The hole in the Soyuz spacecraft docked to the ISS was not pierced by a meteor from the Geminid shower

January 25, 2023

Although it is still not known for certain what caused the Soyuz MS-22 cooling system failure and subsequent coolant leak last week, scientists have already determined that the Geminid meteor shower was not involved. Image source: Roscosmos According to the…

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US astronauts deploy fourth solar array to ISS

US astronauts deploy fourth solar array to ISS

Expedition 68 flight engineers to the ISS Frank Rubio and Josh Cassada deployed the fourth iROSA solar array during a 7-hour spacewalk to increase the power supply to the station. Image source: nasa.gov Rubio and Kassada began their spacewalk yesterday…

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Artificial intelligence taught to predict the mass of galaxies

Artificial intelligence taught to predict the mass of galaxies

Astronomical observations end with numerous calculations. But depending on many factors, these calculations may not be the same for different researchers. There is no error in this. In astrophysics, much, if not all, is obtained with varying degrees of accuracy….

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NASA’s SOFIA flying observatory finds no sign of life in Venus’s atmosphere

NASA’s SOFIA flying observatory finds no sign of life in Venus’s atmosphere

Two years ago, the news about the discovery of phosphine gas in the atmosphere of Venus, as reported by a group of American scientists, became a sensation. Phosphine is considered a biomarker of the activity of living organisms, which immediately…

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Apple Electric Car, Facebook Hysteria* and Telegram Monetization Plans

Apple Electric Car, Facebook Hysteria* and Telegram Monetization Plans

⇡#What’s new in the world and in the world? Coincidentally, the week began with a rare astronomical phenomenon – Jupiter and Saturn appeared in the sky at close range, forming a double planetary system. In itself, this phenomenon is not…

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giant telescope crash, China’s lunar mission successes, and top app rankings from Apple and Google

giant telescope crash, China’s lunar mission successes, and top app rankings from Apple and Google

⇡#What’s new in the world and in the world? Despite the fact that 2020 is not over yet, many have already agreed that it has become one of the worst years in history. Or at least the worst since World…

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the first records and problems of Cyberpunk 2077, the unsuccessful flights of SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, the announcement of Apple AirPods Max

the first records and problems of Cyberpunk 2077, the unsuccessful flights of SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, the announcement of Apple AirPods Max

⇡#What’s new in the world and in the world? By tradition, we start the issue with beautiful pictures from space. Last week, NASA released two sets of images from the Hubble Space Telescope. The first shows the galaxy NGC 1792,…

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