- By Nerdist
On July 23 of 2020, China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) launched its Tianwen-1 robotic probe into space, on a journey to Mars. Now, since February of this year, the spacecraft has been parked in orbit around the Red Planet. Although it’s not just chillin’, even though it is currently in near-absolute-zero degree temperatures. It’s also taking incredible, high-definition images of the Martian surface.
- By Business Insider
The Starship rocket is a key part of SpaceX founder Elon Musk's quest to realize Earth's first reusable rocket system. However, the company must first figure out how to land the rocket back on Earth in one piece, then quickly recycle it for its next launch.
- Guardian US - Lauren Aratani
• Archive made available but some documents difficult to read • Intelligence agencies instructed to submit report to Congress The truth is out there. Well, maybe. Thousands of documents from the CIA on...