Daily Archives: 31.07.2021

Assured Mission Adaptation of UAVs

UAV is the acronym of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, which we commonly refer to as drones in our day-to-day life. We have seen drones make last-mile delivery easy for delivery companies. Firefighters can use it to aid their firefighting efforts and photographers for capturing photographs from breath-taking spots. Local government authorities can also use drones for surveillance to ensure law & ...

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Ariane 5 rocket launches two geostationary communications satellites

An Ariane 5 rocket lifts off Friday from a launch pad in French Guiana. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace – Photo Optique Video du CSG – P. Piron A European Ariane 5 rocket launched from French Guiana Friday, succeeding on its first flight in nearly a year to deploy a pair of geostationary communications satellites for commercial operators in Brazil and France. The ...

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Weather 60-Percent Favorable for NET Tuesday Launch of OFT-2

The Atlas V and CST-100 Starliner has been returned to the Vertical Integration Facility (VIF) for protection against anticipated inclement weather. Photo Credit: ULA Mother Nature is pledging above-average odds that she may play ball for the next scheduled attempt to send a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V booster airborne from storied Space Launch Complex (SLC)-41 at Cape Canaveral ...

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InSight has Mapped out the Interior of Mars, Revealing the Sizes of its Crust, Mantle, and Core

In May of 2018, NASA’s Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy, and Heat Transport (InSight) landed on the Martian surface. This mission is the first of its kind, as all previous orbiters, landers, and rovers focused on studying the surface and atmosphere of Mars. In contrast, InSight was tasked with characterizing Mars’ interior structure and measuring the core, mantle, and ...

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AIB and BOI below average in bank stress tests

The testing scenarios factor in economic shocks around a fall in GDP, rising unemployment, and falling property prices Both AIB and Bank of Ireland have sufficient capital reserves to withstand a severe recession but performed slightly below average in the latest stress tests for European Union banks by the European Banking Authority. The tests show that overall EU banks would ...

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Bankers Rush To Fix Cross-border Payments as Crypto Competition Hots up

Source: Adobe/voffka23 The banking industry looks set to go to war with crypto – and is attempting to beat coins and their proponents at their own game, with the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) following on the heels of the international payments network SWIFT in a fresh assault. Yesterday, Cryptonews.com reported that SWIFT has launched a new service that lets ...

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