Daily Archives: 19.09.2020

GEM-63s Stacked, As NROL-101 Processing Continues

The aerodynamic ogive-shaped heads of the GEM-63s are unique only to the Atlas V variant of the boosters. The GEM-63XLs which will fly next year on Vulcan-Centaur possess conical heads. Photo Credit: ULA As United Launch Alliance (ULA) counts down to next weekend’s targeted flight of a long-delayed Delta IV Heavy—laden with the highly secretive NROL-44 payload for the National ...

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Tech Mahindra to run healthcare, aerospace, telecom offerings on Amazon’s managed blockchain

Technology and IT services provider Tech Mahindra is teaming up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for blockchain offerings in aerospace, telecoms, and healthcare. The Indian company, which is an AWS Partner Network (APN) advanced consulting partner, will offer three primary solutions through the AWS Marketplace. There will be a kit management tool for aviation and aerospace, ensuring an effective track ...

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Crypto Trading, A Guide For Beginners

Crypto Trading, A Guide For Beginners In the world that we live in today, crypto trading continues to rise. This trading type involves speculating on the movements of the price through the CFD trading account, selling, or buying underlying coins through the exchange. Here, there are leveraged products wherein you must make a small deposit called margin. With this, you ...

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Rocket Lab Completes WDR Ahead of First Launch from U.S. Soil

Rocket Lab’s Electron Rocket undergoing WDR at LC-2 Wallops Island, VA. Photo: Rocket Lab This week Rocket Lab completed a ‘Wet Dress Rehearsal’ of their Electron rocket at Launch Complex 2 at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Wallops Island, Virginia, a major milestone ahead of their first launch from U.S. soil. The WDR goes through an entire countdown. Electron rolled ...

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Health n Go Covid-19 blockchain certificate trial described as ‘encouraging’

Health n Go, a blockchain-based secure health certificate built on the TIXnGO platform, has reported ‘encouraging’ results of a Covid-19-focused trial in Switzerland. The pilot, which took place in early July, saw Health n Go partner with Medisupport, a laboratory network in Switzerland, as well as railway equipment manufacturer Matisa. Matisa was chosen as the test case as the company’s ...

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Covid-19 hits Applegreen’s H1 profits and revenues

Bob Etchingham, Applegreen's CEO, said the first half of 2020 has been an unprecedented period due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Fuel forecourt Applegreen has reported lower revenues and profits for the six months to the end of June as a result of the enforced Covid-19 lockdown in April. Applegreen said its revenue fell by 26.6% to €1.083 billion while its ...

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