Category: technology

A Japanese Company wants to build a Space Elevator by 2050

A Japanese Company wants to build a Space Elevator by 2050

  Rockets will be replaced by Space Elevator by 2050. Space exploration has been a fascinating phenomenon for humans ever since and that’s why more and more money is being invested in this industry. Advancement in technology has lead to the development of newer techniques for exploring space and most of them have improved the…

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Has SpaceX really sent a Second Secret Payload aboard Falcon Heavy?

Has SpaceX really sent a Second Secret Payload aboard Falcon Heavy?

SpaceX launched the most powerful, operational rocket, Falcon Heavy in the last week. It was a much-anticipated event as a lot of international media covered every minute of it. The claimed potential of this thing was so much that SpaceX has received quite a lot of orders already for future flights. The CEO Elon Musk,…

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The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

First Deep Space Atomic Clock will be sent to outer space through the second flight of Falcon heavy, says NASA. The first launch of Falcon Heavy took place on 6th February from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Despite the fact that one of its core missed the planned landing and smashed in the ocean, the launch was…

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Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida few days ago The rocket carried CEO Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster with it into an orbit that goes as far as the asteroid belt. The launch was made from the same pad that was used by Apollo Missions of NASA. It was claimed as the…

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How does Range Rover avoid Speed Bumps?

How does Range Rover avoid Speed Bumps?

Can the new Range Rover Evoque do what other cars can’t? The new technologies on their latest cars is really amazing. If you have to choose between a normal car and a Range, watch this! Released a few days ago, the following video approves “the myth” is real. 

Home of the Future: Solar-Powered Ecocapsules

Home of the Future: Solar-Powered Ecocapsules

The new era of sustainable living is here. Ecocapsule is a self-sustainable smart house powered solely by solar and wind energy. It allows you to live off-the-grid, with the luxury of a hotel room. It is a design way to independent housing. It can serve as a cottage, pop-up hotel or even as a charging…

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New Bionics Let Us Run, Climb and Dance

New Bionics Let Us Run, Climb and Dance

The next generation of bionic limbs, robotic prosthetics is inspired by nature’s own designs. Hugh Herr lost both legs in a climbing accident 30 years ago. Now, as the head of the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group, he shows his incredible technology in a talk that’s both technical and deeply personal. With the help of…

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55 Years Back In Time: Mariner 2 First to Venus

55 Years Back In Time: Mariner 2 First to Venus

55 Years Ago Mariner 2 Was Passing Close To Venus Friday, December 14, 1962, while The Beatles were recording their first No. 1 hit, “Please, Please Me,” 36 million miles away data is coming back to Earth, sent from the Mariner 2 spacecraft, which comes within range of Venus. At that time, a young scientist named Carl Sagan has…

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World’s Longest Burning Light Bulb Is Still Glowing After 117 Years

World’s Longest Burning Light Bulb Is Still Glowing After 117 Years

Centennial Bulb, the Longest burning Light Bulb in history. The world’s longest-lasting light bulb is burning since 1901 and you can find it on 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California, being maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. Emitting about a 4-watt nightlight, it was originally a 60-watt bulb, but the passing of the time had the last…

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Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

After 37 years without use, the thrusters of Voyager 1 successfully fired up Wednesday. The only human-made object in interstellar space, the fastest and farthest spacecraft, NASA’s Voyager 1 has been flying for 40 years. But how can it still communicate with Earth? The spacecraft relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself to our…

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Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is about to win the fight against fossil fuels. A huge farm of wind turbines, built in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean could save the whole planet. In a study led by Anna Possner and Ken Caldeira, from the University of Standford Sciences in California, in the journal Proceedings of the…

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100% Renewable Energy for Google by the End of 2017

100% Renewable Energy for Google by the End of 2017

The company will be running entirely on renewable energy by the end of this year .Known as the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy in the world, Google announced on company’s environmental report that it will run 100% on solar and wind energy by the end of 2017. The company first announced its intention to hit this milestone last year,…

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