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Eden’s Zero Bests More Foes & Frees Slaves

Eden’s Zero has resolved its current conflict with its 11th airing, the capable Shiki managing to fell two familiar evildoers and a sexy new robotic female antagonist who gives watchers a bit of service. The ravishing Rebecca also manages to help out as she saves more slaves: Omake:
Tags: Space, Comedy, Drama, Rebecca, Robots, Slavery, Anime, Cosplay, Eden, Shiki, Oppai, Image Gallery, JC Staff, Eden s Zero


Our sun is the star of this awesome set of new stamps

Gorgeous images of the sun captured by NASA’s space-based Solar Dynamics Observatory have been issued as postage stamps by the U.S. Postal Service.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Sun, Stamps, Solar Dynamics Observatory


NASA is keeping a watchful eye on Jeff Bezos and other billionaires competing in the space race, according to the agency's chief

Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson. Patrick Pleul/Getty Images; Alex Wong/Getty Images; Hollis Johnson/Insider NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said he is keeping an eye on Jeff Bezos' space plans. Space won't be the Wild West for billionaires, Nelson suggested in a FoxBusiness interview. His message addresses a rise in commercial space travel fuelled by the ultra-wealthy. See more stories on Insider's business page. It's only weeks until Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos blasts off...
Tags: Amazon, Space, Spacex, Elon Musk, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Iss, Branson, Nelson, Blue Origin


Three Chinese astronauts have stepped foot on China's new space station for the first time, kicking off a three-month mission

Chinese astronauts Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming, and Tang Hongbo speak at a press conference at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center near Jiuquan, Gansu province. Three Chinese astronauts have entered China's space station (CSS) for the first time, CGTN reported. The trio set foot on the CSS less than three hours after the Shenzhou-12 rocket docked. China launched the taikonauts into space on Thursday for a three-month mission. See more stories on Insider's business page. Three taikonauts...
Tags: Asia, Space, Science, News, China, International, Trends, Css, Space Exploration, Astronauts, Iss, Space Stations, International Space Station ISS, Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, Shenzhou, Tech Insider


Watch NASA unfurl a huge solar array at the space station

Watch astronauts from the U.S. and France unfurl a new solar array during a spacewalk at the International Space Station on Sunday, June 20.
Tags: Space, News, France, Trends, Nasa, International Space Station, Solar Power, Iss, Space Station


ISS astronauts complete six-hour spacewalk to install solar panels

Successful International Space Station installation followed an attempt on Wednesday that ran into several problemsFrench and American astronauts have completed a six-hour spacewalk as they installed new solar panels to boost power supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), Nasa said.“It is a huge team effort each time and couldn’t be happier to return with @astro_kimbrough,” Frenchman Thomas Pesquet tweeted on Sunday, referring to his American colleague Shane Kimbrough. Pesquet is with ...
Tags: Space, Science, World news, International Space Station, Iss, Thomas Pesquet, Nasa Continue, International Space Station ISS Nasa, Shane Kimbrough Pesquet, European Space Agency Kimbrough


Protecting space stations from deadly space debris

NASA estimates that more than 500,000 pieces of space trash larger than a marble are currently in orbit. Estimates exceed 128 million pieces when factoring in smaller pieces from collisions. At 17,500 MPH, even a paint chip can cause serious damage.To prevent this untrackable space debris from taking out satellites and putting astronauts in danger, scientists have been working on ways to retrieve large objects before they collide and create more problems.The team at Clearspace, in collaborat...
Tags: Space, Science, Technology, Sustainability, Nasa, Innovation, European Space Agency, ClearSpace


NASA 360-degree video puts you directly beneath its SLS ‘megarocket’

NASA has posted a 360-degree video of its awesome SLS rocket that could be on its way to the moon by the end of this year.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Rockets, 360 Video, SLS, Sls Rocket, Moon Rocket


NASA 360 video puts you directly beneath its SLS ‘megarocket’

NASA has posted a 360-degree video of its awesome SLS rocket that could be on its way to the moon by the end of this year.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Rockets, 360 Video, SLS, Sls Rocket, Moon Rocket


Is a warp drive possible?​​

The distances between the stars are so vast that they can make your brain melt. Take for example the Voyager 1 probe, which has been traveling at 35,000 miles per hour for more than 40 years and was the first human object to cross into interstellar space. That sounds wonderful except, at its current speed, it will still take another 40,000 years to cross the typical distance between stars.Worse still, if you are thinking about interstellar travel, nature provides a hard limit on acceleration and...
Tags: Space, Light, Star Trek, Innovation, Albert Einstein, Einstein, Warp, Warp Drive, Sabine Hossenfelder, Alcubierre, Miguel Alcubierre, Alexey Bobrick, Primada, Gianni Martre, Bobrick, Martre


China launches 3 astronauts to its new space station core module

Three Chinese astronauts have docked at China’s space station core module, named Tianhe, for the first time. The three astronauts flew to space as part of the Shenzhou 12 mission, China’s first crewed mission since 2012. They will call the core module of the Tiangong space station home until September, making it the longest crewed space mission in China’s history. The three men, Commander Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo, arrived to their final destination just over seven hours after tak...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Space, Congress, China, Tech, Bbc, United States, Mars, Spaceflight, Nie, Shenzhou, Zhurong, Ji Qiming, Shenzhou Program, Tiangong Space Station


Mystery solved: Betelgeuse, the dimming star that drew international attention, isn't exploding - it was just dusty

These images, taken by the Very Large Telescope, show the surface of the red supergiant star Betelgeuse during its dimming from January 2019 (far left) to March 2020 (far right). ESO/M. Montargès et al. Betelgeuse, a distant red giant star, captured the world's attention last year because it was dimming. The star's dying light indicated that it might soon explode in a supernova. But a new study reveals that's not the case - it was just veiled in a cloud of dust. See more storie...
Tags: Space, Science, News, Trends, Earth, Stars, Explosions, Mystery, Dust, Supernova, Astrophysics, Betelgeuse, Morgan McFall Johnsen, Miguel Montargès, Eric Pantin, Betelgeuse Montargès


Hydrosat raises $5M seed round to deliver ground temperature data to customers

A lot of information can be gleaned about a surface area just by taking the ground temperature data. If a crop field is under stress, for example, the ground temperature will be elevated long before there’s any actual indication of the stress on the plant itself, Hydrosat CEO and co-founder Pieter Fossel explained to TechCrunch. Now, with a new $5 million injection in seed funding, he hopes to launch Hydrosat’s first surface temperature analytics product for customers. The seed round was led by ...
Tags: Startups, Space, Funding, Tech, Department Of Defense, Nasa, Esa, Satellites, Private Equity, Satellite Imagery, University Of Michigan, European Space Agency ESA, SpaceX Falcon, U S Air Force, SBIR, Seed Round


Chinese astronauts reach new space station for three-month mission

Shenzhou-12 carrying three astronauts docks with Tiangong space station after seven-hour flightAstronauts on board China’s first crewed spacecraft in nearly five years have reached the new Tiangong space station after blasting off from the Gobi desert.A Long March-2F rocket launched the three astronauts in the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft, which docked with Tianhe – the main section of the Tiangong station – just over seven hours later. Continue reading...
Tags: Space, China, World news, Asia Pacific, Shenzhou, Tiangong


Watch China launch rocket in first crewed mission in 5 years

China has successfully launched its first crewed space mission in five years, sending three astronauts to a new space station in Earth orbit.
Tags: Space, News, China, Trends, Space Station


First astronauts blast off for China’s new space station

Hugely prestigious event for China as Beijing prepares to mark 100th anniversary of ruling Communist partyThe first astronauts for China’s new space station have blasted off on the country’s longest crewed mission to date, a landmark step in establishing Beijing as a major space power.The trio were aboard a Long March-2F rocket for the Tiangong station, where they will spend three months. It is China’s first crewed mission in nearly five years. Continue reading...
Tags: Space, China, World news, Beijing, Asia Pacific, Tiangong


First astronauts to blast off for China’s new space station

Hugely prestigious event for China as Beijing prepares to mark 100th anniversary of ruling Communist partyThe first astronauts for China’s new space station are due to blast off for the country’s longest crewed mission to date, a landmark step in establishing Beijing as a major space power.The trio will launch on a Long March-2F rocket for the Tiangong station, where they will spend three months. Continue reading...
Tags: Space, China, World news, Beijing, Asia Pacific, Tiangong


Mystery solved: Astronomers discover what’s up with Betelgeuse

The mystery of Betelgeuse's dimming has been solved, thanks to observations which show that the star was obscured by a cloud of dust.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Stars, Betelgeuse


Mars, schmars — let’s explore these other planets instead

Last month, China successfully landed and deployed the Zhurong rover on Mars, becoming the second country ever to set wheels on the surface of the red planet. Last year the United States, the United Arab Emirates and China all launched missions to Mars, taking advantage of the relatively short journey time offered by the two planets’ unusually close proximity. Why are planetary scientists so obsessed with Mars? Why spend so much time and money on this one planet when there are at least seven oth...
Tags: Startups, Space, China, United States, United Arab Emirates, Mars, Next Featured, Zhurong


China’s first crewed space mission in five years set for Thursday

China will launch three astronauts to a new space station on Thursday in the country’s first crewed mission in five years.
Tags: Space, News, China, Trends, Space Station


China’s first crewed space mission in 5 years set for Thursday

China will launch three astronauts to a new space station on Thursday in the country’s first crewed mission in five years.
Tags: Space, News, China, Trends, Space Station


China’s first crewed space mission in five years set for launch Thursday

China will launch three astronauts to a new space station on Thursday in the country’s first crewed mission in five years.
Tags: Space, News, China, Trends, Space Station


Check out the stunning view this ISS astronaut has from his ‘bedroom’

American astronaut Shane Kimbrough surely has the coolest “bedroom” of any of the crew members currently on the International Space Station.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Iss, Space Station, Shane Kimbrough


NASA wants you to help it name its moon-bound manikin

NASA is sending a manikin to the moon and it wants you to help give it a name. It will fly as part of the Artemis 1 mission later this year or early next.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Moon, Artemis, Artemis program, Artemis 1


NFTs to the moon? US Space Force says it will start selling digital tokens depicting satellites, mission badges and other memorabilia

President Donald Trump stands as Chief of Space Operations at US Space Force Gen. John Raymond, second from left, and Chief Master Sgt. Roger Towberman, second from right, hold the United States Space Force flag as it is presented in the Oval Office of the White House, Friday, May 15, 2020, in Washington. Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett stands far left. Alex Brandon/AP The US Space Force will release augmented reality tokens depicting satellites, mission badges and coins. The...
Tags: Space, Spacex, Elon Musk, Washington, US, Trends, Markets, United States, Crypto, Air Force, Donald Trump, Cryptocurrencies, US Air Force, Christie, Oval Office of the White House, NFT


NASA’s Mars helicopter wins prestigious space exploration award

NASA's history-making Mars helicopter, Ingenuity, has bagged a prestigious Space Foundation award for achievements in space exploration.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Mars, Ingenuity, Mars Helicopter


Halo Infinite E3 Footage Delves Deep Into Story

E3 footage of Halo Infinite has players learning more of the game’s premise, once again focusing on Master Chief as he floats about in space before then being greeted by an AI, the disappearance of female AI Cortana bound to have fans rather curious. The E3 footage that shows off a story-based trailer as well […]
Tags: Games, Space, Drama, Trailer, Halo, Events, FPS, Anime, 343 Industries


SkyWatch raises $17.2M for its Earth observation data platform

Waterloo-based SkyWatch was among the first startups to recognize that the key to unlocking the real benefits of the space economy lay in making Earth observation data accessible and portable, and now the company has raised a $17.2 million Series B to help it further that goal. Fresh on the heals of a partnership with Poland-based satellite operator SatRevolution, SkyWatch is now set to bridge the gulf between satellite startups and customers in a bigger way as it lowers the barriers to entry fo...
Tags: TC, Business, Space, New York City, Tech, Economy, Earth, Companies, Satellite, Poland, Aws, Silicon Valley, Shopify, Data Management, Waterloo, Startup Company


Rocket Lab to design two orbital spacecraft for NASA to study Mars

Rocket Lab is developing two spacecraft based on its Photon platform to orbit Mars, studying the planet’s magnetosphere in order to gain a better understanding of the ways in which Mars’ climate has changed over time. The science mission was awarded through NASA’s Small Innovative Missions for Planetary Exploration (SIMPLEx) program, and will fly to Mars in 2024, aboard a yet-to-be-identified commercial lunch vehicle contracted by NASA as a rideshare rocket. This is a noteworthy development for ...
Tags: TC, Space, Tech, Nasa, Earth, Space Exploration, Mars, Spaceflight, Spacecraft, Outer Space, Curie, Rocket Lab, Photon, Rocket Lab s Photon


Eden’s Zero Saves a Semi-Nude Rebecca

Fans of Eden’s Zero may be disappointed to learn that the sexy Rebecca has been rescued from slavery by her friends, the episode also finally giving Homura a chance to slice up enemies as the other (former) slave girls find some enticing outfits to cover up their shame. Omake:
Tags: Space, Comedy, Drama, Rebecca, Slavery, Anime, Cosplay, Eden, Oppai, Image Gallery, Homura, JC Staff, Eden's Zero