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Early renewable adopter: Turkey being part of the pioneers in MENAT area

On Monday, a high level American multinational conglomerate official stated that Turkey, alongside Morocco, is among the early renewable energy adopters in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (MENAT) area by putting into practice suitable policies and providing proper incentives. Manar Al Moneef, who is the president and the chief executive officer of the GE Recyclable Energy in the MENAT area, offered examples or Morocco and Turkey, the two of which were highly dependent on fossil fuels for energy, as a victory story in shifting to renewable. She confirmed…

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Martian Dirt to be brought to Earth by NASA agency

The round trip mission of the space agency to the planet Mars will not be a walk in the park.  However, it will answer important questions about life beyond our planet. There are two types of locations in the universe, as much as we know, the first location here on Earth, with all the life. The other part of the universe is endless, barren nonlife out of the ends of the inestimable creation. However, at the moment, there is a project in the making in efforts to bring back soil…

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Turkey becomes renewable energy leader in MENAT area

On Monday, a high level American multinational conglomerate official stated that Turkey, alongside Morocco, is among the early renewable energy adopters in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (MENAT) area by putting into practice suitable policies and providing proper incentives. Manar al-Moneef, who is the president and the chief executive officer of the GE Recyclable Energy in the MENAT area, offered examples or Morocco and Turkey, the two of which were highly dependent on fossil fuels for energy, as a victory story in shifting to renewable. She confirmed to…

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Chollian 2B Environmental Surveillance Satellite Pending countdown

Chollian 2B will be lifting off as planned on Wednesday morning, a South Korean environmental monitoring satellite, said the government-led Aerospace program team on Tuesday. The Chollian 2B, a twin satellite to Chollian 2A, which launched in 2018, is the planet’s first geostationary satellite used to monitor air conditions from approximately 36,000 kilometers over Earth’s equator, “says Choi Jae-dong, Director of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute’s satellite program. “The only thing that remains today is the countdown.” KARI reported that the satellite had successfully carried out all appropriate checks before its launch.…

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Japan and South Korean satellites lifted-off into space by Ariane 5 rocket 

This year’s third space trip of Ariane sported a rocket boost a Japanese telecommunication satellite and  oceanography satellite belonging to Korea into orbit from the Guiana Space Center.   The Ariane 5 rocket launched successfully into a black sky from Kourou, French Guiana, at around 5:18 p.m. EST (2218 GMT or 7:18 p.m. local time). The lift-off strengthened the association between Japanese firms and those of Korea. Assistant manager of operations and buying, Luce Fabreguettes said he was exhilarated to pronounce that JCSAT-17 and GEO-Kompsat 2B have been assimilated as…

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Ocean Currents Changing due to Melting Arctic Ice.

As a result of the massive sea ice melt, a recent study from NASA reveals an enormous ocean current in the Arctic is becoming quicker and much more turbulent. It is part of a sensitive Arctic environment, currently flooded with freshwater, which seems to be the effect of climate change caused by humans. From 12 years of satellite information, scientists have calculated how a precarious inflow of enormous amounts of cold, clean water has stabilized the circular river, named the Beaufort Gyre–a shift that might alter the tides of the…

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Possibility of Night Electricity Generated by Anti-Solar Batteries Vivid.

It is an unprecedented conclusion that if humankind is to withstand the so-called “Anthropocene,” it is necessary to move away from fossil energy and other inefficient practices to increase our impact on the planet. In this regard, much research and development aim towards’ renewable energy.’ The most significant contender is and always will be solar power, from the many methods developed. Sadly, solar power has a range of limitations, like being only usable during the day and on suitable weather conditions. Nonetheless, a new study conducted by researchers in the…

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Simulated moon operation performed by European group on a volcano in Hawaii

A group of six researchers returned from ‘the lunar’ on Saturday to wrap up two weeks studying simulated moon scenery on the part of a Hawaiian volcano.  The researchers started their operation on 18 January, and they have been performing their missions as they resided at the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation or, HI-SEAS, habitat as one of their third EuroMoonMars operation (EHMIHS-III). It is a succession of ancient services achieved in association with European Space Agency, the International Lunar Base Alliance and HI-SEAS.  The location is found on…

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Power Grid concerns over the rise in Electric Vehicle production

When car manufacturers are preparing to introduce over 120 new power models within three years, electricity distribution utilities will work with the electricity grid for such vehicles. The uncertainty of whether rapid customers can embrace vehicles and how those vehicles that cluster in the communities of a city are complicating things. I don’t think capability will be a concern,’ said Rupp Carriveau, head of the center of Environmental Power at the College, University of Windsor, and structural engineering lecturer. “There might be tons of capabilities, but they must also identify…

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The Japanese multi-billionaire Yusaku Maezawa cancels the girlfriend space contest

Females have qualified for employment in space in several nations. Valentina Tereshkova, the Soviet astronaut, traveled in 1963. The first female in orbit. Space flight programs, which only started to include females in the eighties [quotation necessary], were reluctant to recruit. Many ladies in space were U.S. citizens, with spacecraft operations as well as the ISS. There are three active aerospace initiatives in three nations which include Russia, China, and U.S. Additionally, several other countries like France, Canada, South Korea, Italy, India, Japan, the U.K., and Iran, have shipped women…

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