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Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
First aired: 2017-06-01
Creator: Julien Lacombe, Henri Debeurme, Ami Cohen
Overview: The first manned mission to Mars is now approaching the red planet. The crew includes top-flight scientists and a young female psychiatrist, responsible for their mental health. But just as they are about to land, something goes wrong.
NASA to launch latest mission to test laser communication in space
(Article by Fox News at The New York Post)
The mission, NASA says, will continue the agency's exploration of laser communications to support future missions to the moon and throughout the solar system.
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This oblique view of the lower mound in Gale Crater shows layers of rock that preserve a record of environments on Mars. Here, orbiting instruments have detected signatures of both clay minerals and sulfate salts, with more clay minerals apparent in the foreground of this image and fewer in higher layers. This change in mineralogy may reflect a change in the ancient environment in Gale Crater. Mars scientists have several important hypotheses about how these minerals may reflect changes in the amount of water on the surface of Mars. The Mars Science Laboratory rover, Curiosity, will use its full suite of instruments to study these minerals to provide insights into these ancient Martian environments. These rocks are also a prime target in the search for organic molecules since these past environments may have been habitable -- able to support microbial life. Scientists will study how organic molecules, if present, vary with mineralogical variations in the layers to understand how they formed and what influences their preservation. The smaller hills in this view may provide clues to the modern water cycle on Mars. They contain sulfate salts that have water in them, and as temperatures warm into summer, some of that water may be released to the atmosphere. As temperatures cool, they may absorb water from the atmosphere. The Mars Science Laboratory team will investigate how water is exchanged between these minerals and the atmosphere, helping us understand Mars' modern climate. The hills are particularly useful for this investigation because different parts of the hills are exposed to different amounts of sunlight and thus to different temperatures. Curiosity will be able to compare the water in these contrasting areas as part of its investigations. This three-dimensional perspective view was created using visible-light imaging by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and the High Resolution Stereo Camera on the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter. Three-dimensional information was derived by stereo analysis of image pairs. The vertical dimension is not exaggerated. Color information is derived from color imaging of portions of the scene by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera. The Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft is being prepared for launch on Nov. 25, 2011. In a prime mission lasting one Martian year -- nearly two Earth years -- after landing, researchers will use the rover's tools to study whether the landing region has had environmental conditions favorable for supporting microbial life and for preserving clues about whether life existed. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona (More at NASA Picture Of The Day)
Tesla, one of, if not arguably the most well known of today, electric car manufacturers has previously announced plans for a consumer pickup truck and a commercial semi truck. Apparently they have decided to enter the kids market. :cautious:
The Tesla Cyberquad for Kids is a battery powered 'quad' cycle meant for kids up to 150 pounds and is styled after their planned pickup truck.
The cynic in me thinks that this is just another PR stunt thought up by Elon Musk's marketing minions and they aren't serious about entering the kids market. The tech geek in me wonders if this is really a way to do some proof-of-concept product testing, specifically "Tesla" battery products for consumer markets like motorcycles and other uses, while having their sometimes rabid fan base pay for it. Either way I suspect that a certain demographic of US consumers will be overpaying for these things so that they can say their kids have one.