Juno To Visit Ganymede; Become First Explorer in 20 Years

Juno To Visit Ganymede; Become First Explorer in 20 Years

Left to right: The mosaic and geologic maps of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede were assembled incorporating the best available imagery from NASA’s Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft and NASA’s Galileo spacecraft. USGS Astrogeology Science Center/Wheaton/NASA/JPL-Caltech Jupiter’s satellite Ganymede is an intriguing place: It is the largest moon in the solar system, being bigger than Mercury, and…

China’s drive to compete against Starlink for the future of orbital internet – ProWellTech

China’s drive to compete against Starlink for the future of orbital internet – ProWellTech

The country is heavily investing in its own low-earth orbit satellite constellations There has been a wave of businesses over the past several years hoping to offer broadband internet delivered from thousands of satellites in low-earth orbit (LEO), providing coverage of most of the earth’s surface. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen excitement in…

SpaceX Dragon Arrives at Space Station Carrying Tiny Squid

SpaceX Dragon Arrives at Space Station Carrying Tiny Squid

SpaceX Cargo Dragon approaches the International Space Station on Saturday, June 5. NASA TV A SpaceX cargo ship that launched on Thursday, June 3, has arrived safely at the International Space Station (ISS) early this morning, Saturday, June 5. This was the 22nd resupply mission by SpaceX, and the uncrewed ship carried a variety of…

Tinder finally adds a Block Contacts feature – ProWellTech

Tinder finally adds a Block Contacts feature – ProWellTech

Despite the complications of meeting new people in the midst of a global pandemic, dating apps have shown a recent spike in both downloads and usage. Now, as COVID-19 vaccines become more widely available, it’s likely that this trend will continue. In other words, Tinder is anticipating a “post-pandemic uncuffing season,” and they’re rolling out…

Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Gearing up for 7th Flight

Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Gearing up for 7th Flight

NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter acquired this image on May 22, 2021, using its black and white navigation camera. This camera is mounted in the helicopter’s fuselage and pointed directly downward to track the ground during flight. NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA is aiming for tomorrow, Sunday, June 6, for the Mars helicopter Ingenuity to take its seventh flight….

Facebook extends Trump’s suspension until January 2023 – ProWellTech

Facebook extends Trump’s suspension until January 2023 – ProWellTech

To get a roundup of ProWellTech’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for June 4, 2021. What a week, yeah? That was four super-packed days. But don’t think that the pace of news is about to slow down….