America's first black astronaut candidate is finally going into space 60 years after Bezos' rocket – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] Van Horn, Texas (AFP) – America's first black astronaut finally launched into space after 60 years, and flew aboard Rocket Company Jeff Bezos Sunday. Ed Dwight He was an Air Force pilot when President John F. Kennedy endorsed him as a nominee for NASA's first astronaut corps. But he was not selected for the … Read more

Botanists are scouring the US-Mexico border to document a forgotten ecosystem divided by a giant wall – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] JACOME, Mexico (AP) — Near the towering border wall flanked by a U.S. Border Patrol vehicle, botanist Sola Vanderplank heard a quail squawk “chi-ca-go,” a sound birds use to signal separation from quail. A colleague or group. A quail responded on the Mexican side, blaring a back-and-forth sound clip that was both fitting and … Read more

A plumbing problem at Glen Canyon Dam poses a new threat to the Colorado River system – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] ATLANTA (AP) — Plumbing problems at a dam holding back the second-largest reservoir in the United States are raising concerns about future water delivery problems to southwestern states supplied by the Colorado River. Federal officials recently reported damage to four pipes known as “river outlet works” at Glen Canyon Dam on the Utah-Arizona border. … Read more

NASA confirms that the mysterious object that collided with the roof of a house in Florida came from the space station – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — NASA confirmed Monday that a mysterious object It crashed through the ceiling A Florida home last month was a piece of space junk from equipment discarded on the International Space Station. The cylindrical object that tore through a house in Naples on March 8 has been transported to the Kennedy … Read more

NASA is looking for a faster and cheaper way to bring Mars samples to Earth – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA's plan to return samples from Mars to Earth is on hold until there is a faster and cheaper way, NASA officials said Monday. Recovering Martian soil and rocks has been on NASA's to-do list for decades, but history continues to move forward, as costs balloon. A recent independent … Read more

Scientists say coral reefs around the world are experiencing mass bleaching due to rising ocean temperatures – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the International Coral Reef Initiative said coral bleaching has been confirmed in at least 53 countries, territories or local economies since February 2023 to date. This happens when stressed coral is expelled Algae is their food source And give them their color. If bleaching is … Read more

J&J Cell Therapy Outperforms Competitor Bristol-Myers – Business News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] Jonathan Ra | norphoto | Getty Images Do you think a friend or colleague should get this newsletter? Involved this link With them to register. Hello guys! Two competing Cell therapies from Bristol Myers Squibb And Johnson & Johnson They both happened good news From the Food and Drug Administration last week. But Johnson … Read more

Sierra Space CEO talks about IPO plans, satellite launch, and Dream Chaser – Business News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] A view of Sierra Space's Velocity satellite bus Credit: Sierra Space Amid preparations for the maiden flight of its spaceplane and an initial public offering next year, Sierra Space is expanding its satellite offerings. Ahead of the long-awaited solar eclipse, the commercial space unicorn unveiled its Eclipse line of satellite buses — the main … Read more

6 inmates who sued New York over prison closure order will be able to watch a solar eclipse after all – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] Lawyers for the six men incarcerated at Woodburn Correctional Facility in upstate New York said Thursday that they had reached a settlement with the state that would allow the men to view a solar eclipse “consistent with their sincerely held religious beliefs.” They filed a federal lawsuit last week saying the April 8 closure … Read more

Technology companies want to build artificial general intelligence. But who decides when artificial general intelligence is achieved? – Science News (Trending Perfect)

[ad_1] There is a race underway to build artificial general intelligence, a future vision of machines that are as broadly intelligent as humans or at least can do many things like humans. Realizing such a concept — commonly referred to as AGI — is the driving mission of OpenAI, which makes ChatGPT, and a priority … Read more