NASA kicks off for 2023 in terms of funding, Russia’s 61st year of human flight has been marred by excitement over its invasion of Ukraine, and the data explained behind an interstellar explosion. This is one of the highlights this week from Space.com.
Funding for NASA is available, if approved
NASA says the 2023 grant for the industry will allow the industry to do better than in previous years. The $ 26 billion proposal, which begins a lengthy approval process in Congress, is 8 percent higher than the federal spending levels passed last fiscal year, NASA’s chief executive said. Pam Melroy in a great discussion. The fund, if approved, will serve as a catalyst for the company’s Artemis project.
Full story: NASA expects that by 2023 there will be a significant improvement in financial demand
The Russian air force has celebrated 61 years of flying under the Ukrainian shadow
The anniversary of the first flight this year was marred by Russia’s growing ties with other countries. Russia’s various corporations were disbanded after its Feb. 24 the invasion of Ukraine, touching everything from Mars missionaries, to the release of its Russian -built Soyuz orbits, and constant threats to abandon the ISS mission unless the missiles are released. retribution.
Full story: The 61st year of the man’s flight was marred by the Russian invasion of Ukraine
The data described an interstellar explosion on Earth in 2014
The U.S. Space Command has confirmed that it saw a volcanic eruption in central Papua New Guinea in 2014. The small meteor was much faster than the average speed of meteors orbiting it. of the solar system, according to a 2019 study published in the preprint archive arXiv. The data was not reviewed or published, as some of the data was considered necessary to verify their census by the U.S. government.
Full story: An interstellar object exploded on Earth in 2014, government data show
Europe seizes moon exploration group with Russia
The European Space Agency will end its meeting on a series of robotic moon missions, ESA officials announced on Wednesday (April 13). This includes a request to remove his landing gear from the 25 -member Mission, which is scheduled to begin later this year. It is the latest in a long series of concluding international alliances with Russia.
Full story: Europe terminates exploration group with Russia, seeking to replace Ukraine -built rocket engines
Artemis 1 has been renamed ‘dress rehearsal’
A technical glitch arose during a critical test before the launch of Artemis 1 which was expected later this year to need to be fixed due to a problem with the “helium check valve” found in on Monday (April 11) at the Artemis 1 mobile release tower. Engineers resumed testing on Tuesday (April 12), removing only the original car boxes. The high -altitude tanking operation is scheduled to take place on Friday (April 14), with release dates.
Full story: NASA returns Artemis’s 1 -month trial due to misdemeanor fraud
The James Webb Space Telescope infrared sensor can be cold
The latest maker of the $ 10 billion James Webb Space Telescope has reached its working heat on zero. This critical moment in Webb’s implementation demonstrates that the manufacturer is able to collect thermal performance signals, although there are many ways to come to ensure the manufacturer’s performance.
Full story: The latest device, the James Webb Space Telescope, is capable of cold working heat
The international historic missionary has arrived at the International Space Station
This week marked the many activities of the International Space Station following the launch and arrival of the Axiom-1 spacecraft, the first full-scale voyage in complexity. To make the most of the 10 -day mission, Dana Weigel, program director of the International Space Station for NASA, told NASA Television that participants will have a “full list of missionary goal. ”
Full story: A beautiful announcement: Organizations celebrate the release of the country’s Ax-1
Scientists hope to send a new message to the aliens
New technologies, including the demise of the famous Arecibo Observatory for sending a message to ET in 1974, are prompting some researchers to say we should consider a new message to visitors. How this is to be sent, and the message to be sent, is up to the beginning. But the hope is that it will become a peaceful word for the Earth.
Full story: Is it time to send a new message to wise visitors? Some scientists think so
Ingenuity sees a 25th Martian flight into a historical event
Martian Ingenuity has set the best results for speed and distance on its 25th flight to the Red Planet on April 8, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) tweeted about Tuesday (April 12). He traveled 704 meters (2,310 feet) at 5.5 meters per second, while flying for 161.3 seconds, JPL said.
Full story: Mars helicopter Ingenuity aces in record 25th flight
The ‘Gator-back’ land promotes a Martian route
The Curiosity rover missed a hard cross – the dreaded “gator -back” terrain – after climbing the south side of a gentle cliff called the “Greenheugh Pediment.” The problem with the rover’s wheels was what decided to turn the robotic explorer around, according to a report from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California, which will lead the mission.
Full story: NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover seeks to fend off dangerous ‘gator-back’ rocks (photos)
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