Tuesday, 25 June 2019, 07:22:27 pm
Science & Tech
China launches new BeiDou satellite
New satellite will work with those BDS satellites already in orbit to improve the coverage, accuracy of the system.
New impact crater on Mars reveals darker material beneath reddish dust
The crater on the surface of Mars formed at most between September 2016 and February 2019, JPL said.
Astronomers capture first polarized radio signals from gamma-ray burst
Astronomers have hypothesized that cosmic magnetic fields might flow through the jets.
Chinese researchers design bionic bones with 3D printing
Bone defects are one of the most common diseases in orthopedics.
NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock to launch into Earth's orbit in late June
The new technology of the clock enables a spacecraft to know where it is without needing to rely on that data from Earth.
MIT's new AI-based system can visualise objects using touch
The system can create realistic tactile signals from visual inputs.
Remote sensing mast attached to NASA's Mars 2020 rover
Full integration of the mast, including installation of science instrument sensors, electrical wiring and checkout, was concluded on June 11.
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