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Computer Bug That Was 7 Minutes Away From Launching a Nuke Computer Bug That Was 7 Minutes Away From Launching a Nuke

The date is November 9th, 1979. The world is locked in the icy grip of the Cold War, a power struggle played out economically and politically between the United States and the Soviet Union. Many however fear that after decades of a very uneasy peace, a full-blown military clash is inevitable, and both sides know…

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Fregatter – Gladiator (mission “Midgard” 2020) Fregatter – Gladiator (mission “Midgard” 2020)

Blood glitters on the sun and sand Is getting red more every day here death rejoices at the feast of the crowd Heart call forgotten forever we’ll all die someday and souls will come to the threshold of darkness and light Fight, Gladiator, you feel invisible control Fight, Gladiator, you will never fall Fight, Gladiator,…

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The Race to Mine the Moon Is Taking Off, Here’s What’s Coming The Race to Mine the Moon Is Taking Off, Here’s What’s Coming

We’re going into a totally different phase of space. The first time it was about two superpowers trying to prove their technological prowess and they set the moon as their objective and then we realized. There’s a lot in space that we can actually utilize. The oxygen that you need, the propellant, the bricks to build…

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Could This Be NASA’s Last Launch With Russia? | Countdown To Launch Could This Be NASA’s Last Launch With Russia? | Countdown To Launch

recently this happened capture confront SpaceX launched its crew dragon marking the first time that a commercially built crew capsule launched from American soil this is exciting all on its own but this upcoming Soyuz launch could also mark the end of an era and what could be the last time Americans are sent to…

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How SpaceX Will Enable Interplanetary Civilization How SpaceX Will Enable Interplanetary Civilization

If you’re watching this, you’ve probably heard of SpaceX. In case you haven’t, SpaceX is a privately-owned space company who have been delivering cargo to the International Space Station and landing reusable rocket stages in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. But SpaceX has bigger plans – its stated goal is to establish a colony…

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No Small Steps: “State of the SLS Rocket” No Small Steps: “State of the SLS Rocket”

NASA’s new deep space exploration system has begun its journey right here on Earth, in all 50 states and several European countries. The pieces of the Space Launch System rocket that will send Orion farther than humans have ever been before during Exploration Mission One are nearing completion. All these parts will ultimately be brought…

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China’s Plan to Launch Tourists into Space | China Uncensored China’s Plan to Launch Tourists into Space | China Uncensored

On this episode of China Uncensored, pack your bags, we’re going to space! Hi, welcome to China Uncensored, I’m your Interplanetary Explorer Extraordinaire, Chris Chappell. Space: the final frontier. And guess which country is going to conquer it? After all, the legendary Chang’e flew to the moon several thousand years ago, which definitely makes the…

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The Van Allen Belts Are Lethal, This Is How Astronauts Fly Through Them The Van Allen Belts Are Lethal, This Is How Astronauts Fly Through Them

There’s an invisible, magnetic force field surrounding our planet, protecting us from harmful solar wind that could annihilate Earth. But, this protective blanket is also a swirling ring full of deadly radiation. And to leave Earth’s atmosphere, astronauts have to pass through it. The Van Allen belts are rings of energetically charged particles that have…

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India Plans to Build its Own Space Station, But How Hard Will It Be? India Plans to Build its Own Space Station, But How Hard Will It Be?

The Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO, announced in June that it plans to launch its own space station by 2030. Along with Russia, the United States, and China, this would make India the fourth country to launch a space station that is solely their own. It’s an ambitious goal, especially for a country that…

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