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SpaceX Could Have First Starlink Service By February 2020

Posted in Hardware, Science on 9th Sep, 2019
by Alex Muller

SpaceX has already successfully deployed sixty production versions of the Starlink Satellite. 50 of those satellites are still working.

India's First Lunar Landing Attempt Ends In Silence

Posted in Science on 9th Sep, 2019
by Alex Muller

Meanwhile, the Orbiter is reported to be in good health and is expected to fulfill its mission of up to seven years studying the Moon's evolution as well as mapping minerals and water traces in the polar regions.

Can Low Gravity Kill Cancer? Scientists Prepare To Study Cells In Space

Posted in Medicine, Science on 5th Sep, 2019
by Alex Muller

Early indications that space can kill off the majority of cancer cells without the need for drugs.

SpaceX Super Heavy Starship 2.0 Might Be 8 Times Bigger Than Super Heavy Starship

Posted in Science on 29th Aug, 2019
by Alex Muller

In 2016, SpaceX had a 12-meter diameter ITS rocket design. It was designed to launch 300 tons to orbit and with refueling could launch 450 tons to Mars.

World-first Trial Investigating Psilocybin Psychotherapy For Anorexia Commencing In US

Posted in Medicine, Science on 28th Aug, 2019
by Alex Muller

The new trial adds to a growing body of evidence finding psychedelic psychotherapy effective for depression, addiction and obsessive-compulsive disorder.