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QS World Rankings of Top Universities 2021


As you are aware QS is an organization that quantifies the performance of universities across the world and based upon certain categories QS ranks the universities in each category. Of course, on overall score universities are globally ranked as well. Please find the QS rankings of universities for 2021 in the link below: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2021 As…

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The First Commercial Manned Spaceflight Launches Successfully


The history of mankind has changed forever with the launch of the first commercial manned spaceflight by SpaceX launches successfully into Space. Now 21stcentury will become the century of spaceflight and space exploration. Congratulations to SpaceX and to NASA for making history. Read more at https://aerospacelectures.com/spacex-launches-its-first-manned-space-flight-making-it-also-the-first-manned-launch-from-american-soil-after-the-space-shuttle-program/

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Long Space Flights Can Increase the Volume of the Brain of Astronauts


Astronauts’ brains increase in volume after long space flights, causing pressure to build up inside their heads. This may explain why some astronauts experience worsened vision after prolonged periods in space. “This raises additional concerns for long-duration interplanetary travel, such as the future mission to Mars,” says Larry Kramer at the University of Texas Health Science…

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First American Manned Flight from American Soil since 2011 to Takeoff on May 27


Since 2011, American astronauts will be launched into space for the first time since 2011 when the Shuttle program was discontinued. Now with NASA and SpaceX Collaboration, American Astronauts will be launched from American Soil on May 27,2020. #nasa #spacex #aerospaceindustry #spaceexploration #space #aerospaceindustry #aerospaceindustries #aerospaceindustries #spacetechnology #spaceflight #spaceflight #spacecraft #aerospacemanufacturing #spaceindustry #aerospace #boeing https://aerospacelectures.com/nasa-sets-may-27-launch-date-for-spacex-for-launch-of-american-astronauts-from-american-soil-for-first-time-since-2011/

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Russia’s Roscosmos sees no need to postpone ISS crew’s return to Earth over coronavirus


MOSCOW, March 26. /TASS/. Russia’s State Space Corporation Roscosmos considers it inexpedient to postpone the return of the crew of the International Space Station (ISS) to Earth over the coronavirus and the quarantine imposed by Kazakhstan, the Roscosmos press office told TASS on Thursday.   You can read more here at my site Aerospace Lectures…

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Old gas remnant from Uranus found in vintage Voyager 2 data


Buried inside data that NASA’s iconic Voyager 2 spacecraft gathered at Uranus more than 30 years ago is the signature of a massive bubble that may have stolen a blob of the planet’s gassy atmosphere. That’s according to scientists who analyzed archived Voyager 2 observations of the magnetic field around Uranus. These measurements had been studied before, but only…

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SpaceX, NASA Aim For Historic Crew Launch In Mid-May Despite Coronavirus Outbreak


The first crewed orbital launch from American soil is scheduled to lift off just two months from now, despite the coronavirus outbreak. Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, NASA officials confirmed in a media advisory on Wednesday (March 18). The flight, which will employ a SpaceX…

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