Does It Matter That the DOD Released Those UFO Videos?

On Monday, the US Department of Defense mysterious UFO program” in 2017. The Navy previously expressed the opinion that the videos are authentic, but the Pentagon never permitted them for liberation. Now it has. The WIRED Guide to Aliens Everything…

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SpaceX Competitor OneWeb Is Reportedly Bankrupt

There’s a new headstone in the spacecraft internet graveyard today. This one belongs to OneWeb, which, according to a report in the SoftBank, its largest investor. OneWeb did not respond to WIRED’s request for comment. As of Friday afternoon, OneWeb…

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Algae Caviar, Anyone? What We’ll Eat on the Journey to Mars

March 2020. Subscribe to WIRED. Photograph: Stephanie Gonot A European Space Agency can of braised calf cheek.Photograph: Tony Luong Scrambled eggs a la NASA.Photograph: Tony Luong NASA beef patty in a bag.Photograph: Tony Luong Maggie Coblentz, the Space Exploration Initiative’s…

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Madonna in full meltdown a moment to be cherished | Rebecca Nicholson

The Palladium paid a ripe expenditure for introducing down the curtain on her show Bob Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival or the closed the shroud. She then uploaded a video of it to Instagram, with a caption that began:”…

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Alexei Leonov, first human to walk in space, dies aged 85

The Soviet cosmonaut virtually didnt make it back into his pod in 1965 when his clothing inflated in the vacuum-clean of space Alexei Leonov, the legendary Soviet cosmonaut who became the first human to walk in space 54 year ago,…

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A Crashed Israeli Lunar Lander Spilled Tardigrades on the Moon

It was just before midnight on April 11 and everyone at the Israel Aerospace Manufacture mission control center in Yehud, Israel had their eyes determined on two large projector screens. On the left screen was a stream of data being…

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Why ‘Moon Shot’ Has No Place in the 21st Century

This story is part of a series commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. When Marc Antony’s troops allowed their Parthian enemies to set their siege line on fire in 36 BC, their enraged com­mander knew what punishment…

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Space X’s Launch Tonight, An Illegal Airbnb Empire, and More News

SpaceX is taking on its most complicated mission yet; an illegal Airbnb ring has been uncovered in New York City; and WIRED wants to free you from streaming due hell. Now &# x27; s the word you need to know,…

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Apollo 11: Mission Out of Control

Working on Apollo, Laning did it again. Drawing from insight, with no historical instances as a navigate, he has estimated that each program in the Apollo operating system would be assigned a priority number. Jobs like guidance and control would…

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Everyone Needs a Good PillowEven Astronauts Bound for Mars

By all accountings sleeping in space is a dream. After a long day of running ventures and rigorous exercise, astronauts on the International Space Station retire to their padded sleep pods, which have just enough room to fit the astronaut,…

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