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The benefits of playing at Crypto online casinos

If you are intrigued by the concept of online casinos, then you definitely know how popular they are. There are many good online casinos,...

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DPC EEU Tour 2 Playoffs: Outsiders Disqualified, Mind Games to finals, and more

The Virtus.pro (Outsiders) roster was disqualified before their match against BetBoom Team in the upper bracket semifinals. This means that Mind Games will receive a retroactive forfeit win for their match earlier today and all future Outsiders would have played are forfeit as well.

Rocket Lab waiting for ‘ideal’ weather before launch and recovery attempt

Rocket Lab called off the planned launch and recovery of an Electron booster Friday, preferring to wait for better wind and cloud cover conditions a few days from now. The next opportunity to launch the mission from New Zealand is Monday.

Why Are Cannabis Edibles So Popular Among Cannabis Consumers?

Cannabis consumers are always looking for new ways to enjoy their favourite herb, and cannabis edibles offer a delicious way. Cannabis edibles are gaining in...

China launches three space missions, debuts new rocket configuration

China launched three more space missions in recent weeks, debuting the country's first rocket to be fitted with strap-on solid-fueled boosters and deploying satellites to image planet Earth and calibrate orbit prediction models, according to Chinese state media.

Falcon 9 rocket test-fired for Axiom commercial crew mission

SpaceX rolled a Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule to their launch pad Tuesday and test-fired the booster's engines Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center, setting up for launch Friday of four private space fliers on a 10-day mission to the International Space Station.

TUNGSRAM: innovation is in our bloodstream

Tungsram – an iconic name – returned to the global market in 2018 as an innovative, premium European brand with the acquisition of GE Lighting’s Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Turkey general lighting business along with the global automotive operation. Tungsram, originally established in 1896, is a brainchild of the 2nd industrial revolution – resulting […]

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Ground system problem halts Artemis 1 countdown dress rehearsal

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.

Artemis 1 wet dress rehearsal timeline

This timeline covers major countdown activities planned during the NASA's wet dress rehearsal for the Artemis 1 mission. The wet dress rehearsal will include loading of more than 700,000 gallons of cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen into the Space Launch System moon rocket on launch pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

NASA astronaut, two cosmonauts set for Wednesday return to Earth

NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei, launched by Russia to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft last April, returns this week to a world torn by war in Ukraine and escalating superpower tension as he closes out a 355-day stay in orbit, the longest single flight by a U.S. astronaut.

White House requests $26 billion for NASA in ’23, adds funds for second moon lander

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.

The coolest thing I saw at GDC: software that animates anything

Tell Anything World what you want, and it tries to make it happen using machine learning and over 500,000 3D models.

NASA gives priority to Artemis ground test over commercial astronaut launch

NASA officials gave the green light Friday for the first all-commercial astronaut launch to the International Space Station on a SpaceX rocket as soon as April 3. But the astronaut launch could be delayed a day, or longer, to give priority to a countdown test for NASA's Space Launch System moon rocket on a neighboring launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center.
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