The Moon, which is the Earth’s only natural satellite and the celestial body located closest to our planet, is reportedly rusting. Despite no liquid water (only water ice) or air being present on the Moon, scientists have discovered haematite on the lunar surface. … [Read more...] about Chandrayaan-1’s data shows Moon is rusting without any liquid water or oxygen; scientists puzzled
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According to a report by Space, several other private companies based in the USA are also trying to launch similar rockets. This includes Virgin Galactic. Its suborbital SpaceShipTwo has flown into space during test missions (at least, by the definition of the US military). Virgin Galactic also plans to fly customers and cargo aboard SpaceShipTwo in the coming years. … [Read more...] about China’s reusable spacecraft | How will it change space travel?
Health-tech company Biofourmis on September 3 said it has raised $100 million (about Rs 733.7 crore) in funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2. The series C round also saw participation by existing investors Openspace Ventures, MassMutual Ventures, Sequoia Capital and EDBI, a statement said. … [Read more...] about Biofourmis raises $100 million funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2
“I’ve been delighted to find that young designers are fascinated and enthusiastic about design programs from the ’70s, federal projects included,” Danne says. He frequently gives speaking events around the country, and students and young designers in attendance share their appreciation for his work with him. “Much of what they do can be considered ‘disposable’ because it is for the web and thus is temporary. They create something for the internet, then it goes poof! I think they appreciate the depth and substance of the program as portrayed in these profound design documents. They seem to fully appreciate the integrity and commitment of both the agency client and design firm.” … [Read more...] about Nixon, NASA, And How The Federal Government Got Design
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Giving Pledge. Initiated by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, it is a commitment by a group of the world’s wealthiest people to give away at least half their wealth before they die. In the past 10 years, great leaps have been made in many social issues, and billions of dollars have been given away—yet the wealth of the current 62 signatories has doubled since then. … [Read more...] about The best philanthropy takes the biggest risks