Daily Archives: 19.09.2021

5 things to consider as great return to office begins

Hygiene measures, like antibacterial gels and masks, will need to be in place Tomorrow marks another milestone in the Covid-19 story. After 18 months of working from home due to Government imposed restrictions, from Monday it will once again be permissible for people to start returning to their office or workplace. After the great remote working experiment, foisted upon us ...

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Take a 3D Spin on Mars and Track NASA’s Perseverance Rover

Two interactive web experiences let you explore the Martian surface, as seen by cameras aboard the rover and orbiters flying overhead. It’s the next best thing to being on Mars: Two online interactive experiences let you check out Jezero Crater – the landing site and exploration locale for NASA’s Perseverance rover – without leaving our planet. NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover ...

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Four civilian space travelers back on Earth after landmark flight

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Resilience spaceship descends to the Atlantic Ocean Saturday to end the Inspiration4 mission. Credit: Inspiration4 / SpaceX Four civilian space travelers rode a SpaceX capsule through a blazing re-entry back into Earth’s atmosphere Saturday evening and safely splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean northeast of Cape Canaveral, completing a historic 71 hours in space as the first ...

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ExoMars Will be Drilling 1.7 Meters to Pull its Samples From Below the Surface of Mars

In about a year (Sept. 20th, 2021), the Rosalind Franklin rover will depart for Mars. As the latest mission in the ESA’s and Roscosmos’ ExoMars program, Rosalind Franklin will join the small army of orbiters, landers, and rovers that are working to characterize the Martian atmosphere and environment. A key aspect of the rover’s mission will involve drilling into the ...

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