NASA officials said Tuesday they are standing down from a cryogenic loading test on the agency's Space Launch System moon rocket until after the launch of a commercial crew mission from a neighboring pad at the Kennedy Space Center. A countdown test Monday was delayed by what NASA managers characterized as minor issues, including a liquid oxygen temperature concern and a manual valve that was left in the wrong configuration before teams evacuated the SLS launch pad.
The launch of the first all-private crew to the International Space Station has been delayed to Friday, officials announced late Monday. The four commercial space fliers will ride to the station on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft.
NASA launch controllers called off plans to load super-cold liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen into the first fully-assembled Space Launch System moon rocket Sunday for a countdown dress rehearsal, giving time for ground teams to troubleshoot problems with fans used to ventilate the giant rocket's mobile launch structure at the Kennedy Space Center.
The White House's fiscal year 2023 budget request for NASA totals $26 billion, including $7.5 billion for the agency's Artemis moon program, a boost over this year's budget to help pay for development of a second human-rated lander to ferry astronauts to the lunar surface.
On March 24, 2022, the tech powerhouse giant, LG Electronics shared an announcement at the Annual General Meeting. LG Enters The Crypto Space As part of its expansion plan, the South Korean conglomerate intends to incorporate three areas in its business sectors. These include cryptocurrency (digital assets), blockchain, and medical devices. During the corporation’s meeting, key shareholders approved of the new business goals. These goals entail the sale of cryptocurrencies and the development of blockchain-based software. Inspired by Samsung Following the electronics multinational corporation Samsung’s venture into the NFT space, LG Electronics also expressed its piquing interest in the virtual world. Last month, LG Electronics partnered with GroundX, a blockchain platform. The move was initiated with the objective of offering users an immersive NFT experience on their smart televisions. With the latest announcement, LG can install NFT platforms that enable the trade of NFT artworks (collectibles) on LG’s smart television. Additionally, the company introduces another application as well. Drops Gallery, a digital art application allows people with smart TVs to enjoy rare digital artworks and cloud game services. Ever-Evolving South Korean Crypto Market Leading multinational tech giants of South Korea including LG, Samsung, and the SK Group are reportedly expanding enormously in the crypto and blockchain markets. Samsung and LG have built their presence in digitized markets with the introduction of crypto, NFT, and blockchain features on their products. The South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol guarantees deregulation of crypto, reduction of tax, and a push towards the NFT sector. Thereby, under the rule of the crypto-friendly South Korean President, it is guaranteed that crypto adoption will surely flourish in the East Asian country.
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As part of its expansion plan beyond home appliances, South Korean tech giant LG Electronics intends to add blockchain, cryptocurrency, and medical devices as new sectors in its corporate charter. (Read More)