EV owners will no longer experience the free public parking incentive

The Hawaiian state is taking away the incentive of free parking privileges for electric vehicle owners. This move comes at a time when Hawaii is on the verge of transitioning to electric vehicles. These EV owners have been enjoying free parking in public parking lots for almost a decade.  Activists argue that this incentive cessation […]

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Signaling: Satellite provides authentication of train location

An air of transformation and innovation is sweeping rail department, despite the present Coronavirus pandemic. The urge for modal change towards more reliable transport remains significant.  The European Commission just made rail its primary means of transportation, aiming for ‘net zero’ carbon productions in the next 30 years. It is evident from its strategy to […]

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Hydrogel to aid in the making of self-cooling solar panels

Hydrogel collects humidity from the space during the night, which can be used for cooling of solar panels during the day and at the same time enhancing their working ability.  A group of researchers from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong Polytechnic University together worked in the […]

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Rocket Boosters are arriving at Spaceport in preparation for NASA’s Artemis Moon Mission

The component rocket boosters for the Artemis flight are arriving at Kennedy Space Center agency in Florida to finalize the launch preparations. Various capsules from Promontory in Utah are already at the station for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft. These segments usually come in via train from their manufacturing facilities.  NASA’s […]

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Rocket Lab is the latest firm to deploy satellites to orbit

Rocket Lab is launching five more satellites to space after an over two months delay due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The flights carrying these satellites took off on the New Zealand soil alongside three US payloads for their National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). Rocket Lab reports that the launch is a success with the five satellites […]

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A new batch of internet satellites launched by SpaceX with a visor inclusive in one of them

The Falcon-9 is being laid out by SpaceX for launch, and it is believed that this voyage will convey satellites only to space. The company is scheduled to launch the new batch of 60 satellites that are beaming with the internet on the Florida coast. And this is with regards to the ever-advancing Starlink sets. […]

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Parker Solar Probe of NASA glides by the sun in 5th narrow encounter

NASA’s bold Parker Solar Probe completed its fifth heroic flyby of the sun over the weekend. The spacecraft has been carrying out a marathon of solar clarifications since May 9, as scientists allied with the assignment look to break more secrets about how the sun works. The scrutiny will go on until June 28, adding […]

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China Deploys Two Satellites for Earth Imagery and Technology Demonstration

The recent successful launch of two Chinese rockets placed Earth-imaging as well as technology illustration satellites into orbit. The Chinese rockets which carried the satellites were named Long March 11 as well as Long March 2D.  Long March 11 is a four-stage launcher that was set off from a moving canister on Friday at 2013 […]

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Viasat lays off workers and increases the number of LEO satellites in remote regions

The Viasat Company, which is a satellite broadband company, has laid-off workers and has stopped hiring new employees, and this is a methodology that has helped the Company cut its costs to decrease the pressure being felt from the outbreak of the coronavirus from a severe descent in air travel. Another thing to note is […]

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