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Joro spider with green background in Japan

These massive horrifying spiders are spreading across Southeast US

March 4th, 2022

The Joro spider is spreading across the southeastern United States and it isn’t likely to stop anytime soon. According to the University of Georgia (UGA), the ongoing colonization of the southeast United States by the Joro spider is likely to continue unhindered. The Joro spider is a massive and brightly colored spider from Asia. It …

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NASA wants to make futuristic tech so we can breathe on Mars

March 2nd, 2022

NASA just greenlit the study of several futuristic tech concepts, including one that could let you breathe on Mars. The projects are part of the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program. The program wants to foster the exploration of tomorrow. As such, it has approved funding for early-stage studies on multiple types of futuristic tech, including …

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Russian sanctions could put the future of the ISS at risk

March 2nd, 2022

The future of the ISS is starting to look a little bleak. Previously, NASA shared that it had extended plans to operate the International Space Station until its retirement in 2030. Now, though, those updated plans could be in jeopardy. The United States and several other countries have hit Russia with multiple sanctions following its …

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These tiny robots are about to explore the Moon like never before

March 1st, 2022

The Colmena Project has officially launched with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Mexican Space Agency. The state of Hidalgo has also backed the project which will put five robots on the surface of the Moon next June. UNAM, the National University of Mexico, leads the project, which has been made …

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Crazy new tech can turn used face masks into cheap batteries

March 1st, 2022

The face mask you’re wearing today could be used to power your car or phone tomorrow. According to a new study published in the Journal of Energy, hard-to-recycle material could soon be turned into cost-effective batteries. Researchers at the National University of Science and Technology in Russia have worked alongside colleagues from the United States …