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Oct 2021

Dec 03, 2021

TESS Discovers a Planet the Size of Mars

  • Astronomers discovered an ultra-short-period planet (USP) that is also super light. The planet is named GJ 367 b, and it orbits its star in just eight hours. The planet is about the size of Mars, and half as massive as the Earth, making it one of the lightest planets discovered to date.
  • Orbiting a nearby star that is 31 light years from our own sun, GJ 367 b is close enough that researchers could pin down properties of the planet that were not possible with previously detected USPs.
  • The new planet was discovered by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), an MIT-led mission, of which Ricker is principal investigator. TESS monitors the sky for changes in brightness of the nearest stars. Scientists look through TESS data for transits or periodic dips in starlight that indicate a planet is crossing and briefly blocking a star's light.

Dec 02, 2021

LinkedIn Now Available in Hindi

  • LinkedIn marked a new milestone with the launch of Hindi, the first Indian regional language on the professional network.
  • This would provide greater access to professional and networking opportunities to Hindi speakers in India and around the world.
  • LinkedIn now supports 25 languages globally.
  • A part of the Phase 1 roll-out of LinkedIn in Hindi, members would be able to access their feed, profile, jobs, messaging, and create content in Hindi on desktop, and on their Android and iOS phones.

NASA Aims to Replace ISS with One or more Commercial Space Station by 2030

  • The US space agency is planning to replace the International Space Station (ISS) with one or more commercial space stations by 2030.
  • NASA's auditing body, the Office of Audits, produced a report detailing the agency's commitment to replace the orbiting lab with commercial space stations.
  • Astronauts have lived and worked onboard the ISS orbiting roughly 250 miles above the Earth's surface for more than 20 years.

Dec 01, 2021

Researchers Create Self-Replicating Living Robots

  • Professor Joshua Bongard, a computer scientist and robotics expert at the University of Vermont, and his colleagues from Tufts University and Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, built the first living robots (Xenobots, assembled from cells of a frog species called Xenopus laevis) in 2020, discovered that these computer-designed and hand-assembled organisms can swim out into their tiny dish, find single cells, gather hundreds of them together, and assemble 'baby' Xenobots inside their Pac-Man-shaped 'mouth' — that, a few days later, become new Xenobots that look and move just like themselves; and then these new Xenobots can go out, find cells, and build copies of themselves.

Nov 30, 2021

Skyroot Test-fires India's 1st Privately Built Cryogenic Rocket Engine "Dhawan-1"

  • Skyroot Aerospace, a space technology start-up based in Hyderabad, successfully test-fired Dhawan-1, India's first privately developed fully cryogenic rocket engine. This will power the upper stages of its upcoming Vikram-2 orbital launch vehicle. The rocket engine Dhawan-1 is named after Satish Dhawan, an Indian rocket scientist.
  • Dhawan-1 is a completely 'Made-in-India' cryogenic engine, developed using 3D printing with a superalloy. The engine is fuelled by liquefied natural gas and liquid oxygen—a high-performance, low-cost, and clean rocket fuel.

Nov 29, 2021

Russian Docking Module Arrives at ISS

  • A Russian cargo craft carrying a new docking module was successfully connected with the International Space Station (ISS), following a two-day space journey.
  • The new spherical module is named Prichal (Pier) was docked with the orbiting outpost.
  • It comprises of six docking ports.
  • The module would allow potential future expansion of Russian segment of the space station.
  • It has secured to the docking port of new Russian Nauka (Science) laboratory module.
  • Prichal nodal module is a Russian spacecraft and a part of International Space Station. The module was approved in 2011 and was finally launched in November 2021.
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