New observations of the supermassive black hole at the center of galaxy M87 reveal magnetic field lines around the void.
We don’t know much about the moon’s subsurface environment, but the same was true of the moon’s surface in the past.
According to Thierry Klein, who runs the Enterprise and Industrial Automation Research Lab at Bell Labs, a previously aborted space LTE project has given it a headstart on deploying LTE on the moon.
With space being as big as it is, aerospace companies and governments have felt justified leaving their junk in orbit. You know, a rocket booster …Unlike some past demonstrations, ELSA-d isn’t designed...