6 Human are going to Mars for one year – Mars one Mission

6 Human are going to Mars for one year – Mars one Mission

Mars one Mission – Elon Musk Plan to send human to mars. If this mission will succeed than we can think about Europa.. YEY!!!   This is Second Edition of Mars One Mission. Now Recently news from Mars One Mission, Team of 6 Scientist went to live alone in confines of a 36-foot-wide (11 meters) and 20-foot-high (6 m) solar-powered dome in a remote location on the island of Hawaii. This is first time in Human history such scientist activity…

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NASA Europa Mission – Prob May Land on Ocean-Harboring Moon

NASA Europa Mission – Prob May Land on Ocean-Harboring Moon

NASA Europa Mission – Prob May Land on Ocean-Harboring Moon Researcher did enough research about EUROPA and has good knowledge and they know that its ocean has existed since the dawn of the solar system 4.5 billion years ago, giving putative lifeforms plenty of time to evolve, Hand explained. NASA’s aim to send Europa Mission satellite by mid of 2020, involves characterising the icy satellite from afar during dozens of flybys. NASA’s new mission to Europa may touch Jupiter moon…

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Where The Solar System End Exist

Where The Solar System End Exist

Where The Solar System End Exist If you thought finding a definition for Pluto was contentious, try defining the edge of the solar system. A press release from the American Geophysical Union (AGU) last week announced that on August 25, 2012, NASA’s Voyager 1, officially entered interstellar space. This milestone comes after speeding across the solar system for 35 years following its landmark flybys of the Jovian and Saturnian system. The AGU release title read: “Voyager 1 Has Left The…

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FUTURE Technology : Jellyfish Robot in OCEANS

FUTURE Technology : Jellyfish Robot in OCEANS

FUTURE Technology : Jellyfish Robot in OCEANS An autonomous robotic jellyfish the size and weight of a grown man has been developed. Nicknamed Cyro, this prototype is a larger model of the robotic jellyfish (named RoboJelly) the same team unveiled in 2012. RoboJelly is roughly the size of a man’s hand, typical of jellyfish found along beaches. Jellyfish are attractive candidates to mimic because of their ability to consume little energy owing to a lower metabolic rate than other marine…

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3D Printing now True

3D Printing now True

3D Printing For children born with microtia, a congenital deformity of the external ear, reconstructive surgery solutions can involve long, painful operations or prosthetics that rarely resemble the real thing. However, Cornell bioengineers and physicians have offered new hope by using 3-D printing and injectable gel molds to create an artificial ear that looks, feels and functions like a natural one. Dr. Jason Spector, director of the Laboratory for Bioregenerative Medicine and Surgery and associate professor of plastic surgery at…

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