Floating in space can be fun, but study shows it’s tough on Earth bodies – Astronomy & Astrophysics News

Floating in space can be fun but study shows its

Have you ever wondered if you have something in common with an astronaut? It turns out there are 206 things — your bones. It’s these parts of our bodies that are the focus of a research study into bone loss in astronauts, and the important question of whether bone can be salvaged after returning to … Read more

Speed ​​race to take a position on the space internet – Sciences et Avenir

Speed ​​race to take a position on the space internet

Satellite internet, already a commercial reality, will see competition intensify with the planned deployment of thousands of low-Earth orbiting craft, meant to bring broadband around the world without the cumbersome infrastructure on the ground. Amazon took a decisive step on Tuesday in the deployment of its Kuiper constellation, with a budget of more than 10 … Read more

Festival Palais Augmented 2: virtual art occupies the space of reality – Sciences et Avenir

Festival Palais Augmented 2 virtual art occupies the space of

Alchemy and collective energy: vibrating together in a vast museum universe, interacting with works of art that mysteriously take shape in space during a stroll guided by smartphone… This alchemy is at the heart of the 2th edition of the Augmented Palace, a festival dedicated to creations made using immersive technologies. It reflects the intention … Read more

The James Webb Space Telescope was hit by a micrometeorite

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Like gravel hitting the windshield of a car. The James Webb Space Telescope was hit in late May by a micrometeorite, a tiny meteorite usually smaller than a grain of sand. The main mirror of the device was very slightly damaged but the impact will fortunately have no consequence on the continuation of the mission, … Read more

Artificial intelligence to avoid space debris

On May 16, a very special accident almost happened. Nearly 700 km above our heads, the Sentinel-1A satellite made an emergency maneuver to avoid debris that was hurtling towards it: a remnant of a Russian satellite deliberately destroyed by Moscow in November 2021. At the time , this anti-satellite missile test had caused a small … Read more

Space Internet: Ariane 6 wins a giant contract with Amazon

Space Internet Ariane 6 wins a giant contract with Amazon

To discover the news of FrenchTech, and the information not to be missed directly in your mailbox at 3 p.m. every day, Click here Thousands of high-speed internet satellites to be put into orbit in five years: it’s a space feast thatAmazon invited three launch companies on Tuesday, including Arianespace, which thus sees its order … Read more

Why the release of the first image of the black hole at the center of our galaxy is historic for space research

Why the release of the first image of the black

His name is Sagittarius A* (or Sgr A*). It’s the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, and it now has a face. Three years after the exploit of the first image of a black hole, the team of the Event Horizon Telescope unveiled, Thursday, May 12, the first image of the … Read more

EOS and Hyperganic 3D print more efficient space propulsion components – 3Dnatives

EOS and Hyperganic 3D print more efficient space propulsion components

The German manufacturer EOS has just signed a partnership with the Munich company Hyperganic, which has developed algorithmic engineering software based on artificial intelligence. The objective is to integrate the Hyperganic Core platform with EOS 3D printing solutions and thus enable the design of complex and optimized parts for additive manufacturing processes. One of the … Read more