It is obvious now that the race to Mars is on, and Boeing’s CEO seems to believe that the megarocket his company is helping to build for NASA will deliver astronauts to the Red Planet before billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Boeing is the main contractor for the first stage of NASA’s giant Space Launch System , which is designed to launch astronauts on deep-space missions using the space agency’s new Orion spacecraft. (United Launch Alliance, Orbital ATK and Aerojet Rocketdyne are also SLS contractors.) NASA hopes to build a “Deep Space Gateway” near the moon before using SLS and Orion vehicles to send explorers to Mars. The
When National Geographic Society announced it is ‘selling out’ and forming a joint-venture with Rupert Murdoch-owned 21st Century Fox, the clash of mentalities between the two could not be greater: proving the climate change from one side, and denying the climate change from another side. Yet, the development of content on National Geographic hasn’t changed (yet), and new shows planned for 2016-2017 only prove NatGeo content is here to stay. In a recent press release, National Geographic announced new ways to experience the content produced by the company. The first NewFronts slate after the joint venture announcement brings a new approach to content, erasing borders between traditional TV programming and
In Just a few minutes, NASA will hold it’s big press conference on findings they’ve made on Mars and its surface. While discovery of life is the major expectation for many of us, it is more likely that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration will reveal findings regarding water/ice structures. Some sources report that the main focus of this press event will be the on how and why “recursive slope lineae” form on the sides of Martian slopes over time. This would provide us with intelligent information that allows us to see whether Mars’ surface is actually just a cover, hiding the underground water sources
Google Taiwan launched a program to help and train Taiwanese young talents for marketing.