Category: Science & Technology

Third NASA Enabled Private Flight to Space Station Completes Safely

The third private astronaut mission to the International Space Station, Axiom Mission 3 (Ax-3), successfully completed its journey, returning to Earth off the coast of Daytona, Florida. The four-member crew, including Michael López-Alegría, Walter Villadei, Marcus Wandt, and Alper Gezeravci, spent 18 days aboard the space station as part of NASA’s efforts to promote commercial opportunities in space. This milestone mission marks a significant step in NASA’s goal to create a vibrant commercial economy in orbit, opening up new possibilities for space exploration and research.

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NASA’s Hubble Traces ‘String of Pearls’ Star Clusters in Galaxy Collisions

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has captured stunning images of 12 interacting galaxies with long, tadpole-like tails of gas, dust, and stars. Uncovering 425 clusters of newborn stars along these tails, the telescope reveals a breathtaking sight resembling strings of holiday lights, each cluster boasting up to 1 million blue, newborn stars. These discoveries shed light on the efficiency of star cluster formation in tidal tails, offering a glimpse into the processes shaping galaxies millions of light-years away.

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NASA, Partners to Welcome Private Crew Aboard Space Station

NASA successfully launched its third all-private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in collaboration with Axiom Space and SpaceX. The Axiom Mission 3 (Ax-3) crew, consisting of Commander Michael López-Alegría, Pilot Walter Villadei, and Mission Specialists Marcus Wandt and Alper Gezeravci, will spend about two weeks on the ISS conducting microgravity research, educational outreach, and commercial activities. This mission marks a significant step in NASA’s efforts to enable greater access to space, support a growing commercial space economy, and advance research in low-Earth orbit while preparing for future Artemis missions to the Moon and beyond.

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U.S. Police Departments Warn About iPhone’s New ‘NameDrop’ Feature and Its Risks to Children’s Digital Safety

U.S. police departments are alerting the public about the potential dangers of the new ‘NameDrop’ feature in iPhones, introduced in the iOS 17 update, which allows easy sharing of contact info and images. This warning emphasizes the risk to children and vulnerable individuals, amid growing concerns over digital safety and image manipulation.

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