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Five ways artificial intelligence can help space exploration

This text was initially printed at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Area.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Deep Bandivadekar, PhD candidate on the Aerospace Centre of Excellence, College of Strathclyde Audrey Berquand, PhD candidate in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, College of Strathclyde Synthetic intelligence has been making waves in recent …

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As NASA troubleshoots its Mars helicopter, Perseverance rover keeps busy

The Ingenuity helicopter’s first flight on Mars has been delayed, however NASA’s Purple Planet groups are staying busy with the bigger Perseverance mission. The car-sized Perseverance rover has an formidable agenda throughout its two-year major mission to hunt out doubtlessly historical liveable environments and decide up probably the most promising …

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NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity aces troublesome spin test

NASA’s experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity nailed an important spin check after the primary strive ended abruptly, delaying the chopper’s groundbreaking flight try. Throughout the check, efficiently accomplished on Friday (April 16), the grounded helicopter spun its blades on the speed required for flight, about 2,400 revolutions per minute. The Ingenuity …

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SpaceX’s Crew-2 mission to the International Space Station in photos

Picture 1 of 11 (Picture credit score: SpaceX) SpaceX Crew-2 SpaceX’s second operational astronaut flight, Crew-2, is ready to launch to the Worldwide House Station on April 22. Crew-2 consists of NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and  Megan McArthur, Japan Aerospace Exploration Company (JAXA) astronaut  Akihiko Hoshide, and European House Company (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet.  …

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How are asteroids, space weather and space debris detected before they hit Earth?

The thought of threats to Earth from outer area feels like science fiction, however at some stage our planet has all the time been susceptible to them — consider the large asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years in the past.  Fortuitously, such occurrences are extraordinarily uncommon; however …

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This week in our Space.com forums: SpaceX prizes, first eclipses, and black holes!

The Space.com forums proceed to develop, with fellow house aficionados sharing (and contesting) concepts. The truth is, we not too long ago hit the eight,000 member mark, celebrating the expansion of this pleasant neighborhood! What’s extra, the chatter continues with folks discussing eclipses and black holes this week Nonetheless, earlier …

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