Daily Archives: 09.02.2021

Fleet selects SWISSto12 to deliver the first ever additively manufactured all-metal patch antennas

(9 February 2021 – SWISSto12) SWISSto12 has been selected by Fleet Space Technologies, an Australian nanosatellite manufacturer, to deliver the first ever additively manufactured all-metal patch antennas for Fleet Space’s C4 and C5 satellites. The contract will include the manufacturing with SWISSto12’s patented and space qualified additive manufacturing processes specially optimized for RF applications. Fleet Space has chosen SWISSto12 because ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №18

Though winter makes you be longer in a warm house with family members and relatives, however, that is definitely not a reason to postpone your plans. According to our observation, this year began really active and we glad to tell about those who already change their lives. Jonathan Debilde – 01’21 has left the “AllSource Analysis”, he was Vice President ...

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Outlier Ventures blockchain trends report 2021: Ethereum still top, NFT and metaverse projects praised

Ethereum remains the most actively developed blockchain protocol, followed by Cardano and Bitcoin – while multi-chain protocols are seeing significant interest and uptick. This is the key finding from the annual blockchain developer trends report from Outlier Ventures. The report, which looked to perform an ‘in-depth technical analysis’ of the codebases of top projects in blockchain and crypto, is touted ...

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Why humans started being friendly and tolerant?

Why do we have friends? Of course, we can come up with many answers – favours, emotional support, adventures. But why do humans have friends in general – why did we evolve to need them? Scientists at the University of York think that the leading force between our initial friendliness was environmental pressures. Humans had to learn to be friendly ...

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Room With A View: Remembering STS-130 and the Cupola, OTD in 2010

Bob Behnken’s last flight in February 2010 also sustained a weather delay. Photo Credit: Mike Killian Photography When Expedition 57/58 astronaut Anne McClain boarded the International Space Station (ISS) in December 2018, she quickly found what she described as “my new favorite spot”. That spot was the multi-windowed cupola, which sits affixed to the Earth-facing (or “nadir”) port of Tranquility Node-3 ...

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Evinced Accesses $17M Series A For Accessibility

Palo Alto, California-based Evinced landed a $17 million Series A to help push its accessibility software into the market. The round was co-led by M12, BGV and Capital One Ventures, with seed investor Engineering Capital also participating. The company has raised just under $20 million since being founded in 2018. Evinced’s accessibility software helps companies analyze their digital assets — ...

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