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NASA Needs to Find Ice on the Moon. This Rover Will Lead the Search.

NASA Needs to Find Ice on the Moon. This Rover Will Lead the Search.

After sending four rovers to Mars — with a fifth scheduled to launch in July — NASA announced on Thursday a contract for putting its first wheeled robot on the moon. Astrobotic Technology Inc. of Pittsburgh won a $199.5 million contract to deliver the robotic explorer to the moon in late 2023. The price includes …

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Natasha Kumar

What’s driving innovation in India’s ice cream industry

Natasha is Mintel’s Food & Drink Analyst based in Mumbai. She is responsible for analysing and providing insights on India’s food and drink market. March 24th, 2020March 24th, 2020 Ice cream is a popular category in India and currently shows high growth potential. However, the category is facing growing competition from categories like bakery, chocolate …

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Ice on the Moon May Be Billions of Years Old, New Study Shows

If the moon has enough water, and if it’s reasonably convenient to access, future explorers might be able to use it as drinking water or to convert it into hydrogen and oxygen for rocket fuel or oxygen to breathe. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center An important step toward more long-term manned missions to the moon …

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Employees of Microsoft’s GitHub demand company cancel its contract with ICE

GitHub became the latest technology company to come under fire for its supporting role in the Trump administration’s immigration clampdown Wednesday, with employees of the Microsoft-owned company demanding Chief Executive Nat Friedman cancel a $200,000 contract with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In an open letter on Twitter, employees of the cloud-based service for …

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Crumbling ice sheets in West Antarctica could redraw the entire world’s coastline- Technology News, Firstpost

tech2 News StaffSep 23, 2019 16:32:13 IST The fate of the world’s coastal regions and the hundreds of millions of people who inhabit them depend on a block of ice atop West Antarctica on track to lift global oceans by at least three metres. It is not, according to available science, a matter of “if” …

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To fight ‘evil’ ICE, an engineer pulled his code off Github

When engineer Seth Vargo found that a company using his open-source code worked with US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, he pulled the code off Github. The company, enterprise software maker Chef, found that, without the code, its business ground to a halt. Vargo had worked for the Seattle-based company, but he didn’t know about the …

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Asteroid collision led to Ice Age 470 million years ago – and scientists want to recreate it

The idea of an asteroid collision triggering an Ice Age on Earth might sound like the plot of a science-fiction blockbuster, but according to a new study, it was once a reality. Researchers from Lund University have revealed that a collision in the asteroid belt 470 million years ago filled the solar system with dust, …

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