Nov. 9, 2022

The Search for a New Moon Buggy Begins

The Search for a New Moon Buggy Begins

Today’s headline stories:
- Spider Oak, which is a leader in cybersecurity solutions for next generation space systems, has been awarded a contract by the US. Defense Innovation unit
- . The New Horizon spacecraft, which flew by Pluto three years...


Today’s headline stories:
- Spider Oak, which is a leader in cybersecurity solutions for next generation space systems, has been awarded a contract by the US. Defense Innovation unit
- . The New Horizon spacecraft, which flew by Pluto three years ago, looks like it still has much to offer.
- It's starting to look like miniature probes may be the way of the future in terms of space exploration.
- The search for extraterrestrial life may be as simple as identifying laughing gas. Nitrous oxide could act as a biosignature in the atmospheres of exoplanets and be detectable by the James Webb Space Telescope
- Data by PwC suggests the global impact of artificial intelligence at $15.7 trillion by 2030
- The search is on for the next generation moon buggy which will coincide with the upcoming Artemis Moon missions.
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