Entering the 2021 NCAA brackets, seven different seeds have cut the net, as in 1985 the area was divided into 64 teams. As you would expect, the first numbered seed wins the most (22), followed by the number 2 seed (5) and the number 3 seed (4). The other four …Read More »
Zoom in / NASA astronaut Jessica Mir watches as the SLS core stage completes an eight-minute firing full-time. Welcome to the 3.37th edition of the Rocket Report! This week saw NASA set a major milestone by igniting the four main engines of its space launch system rocket and firing them …Read More »
Discover new species of bacteria on the space station – could be a “biotechnologically useful genetic diagnosis” for growing crops
Three new bacterial strains discovered at the International Space Station could help plants grow on Mars To cope with the rigors of space on deep space missions, food grown outside of Earth needs a little more help from bacteria. Now, in a recent discovery at the International Space Station (ISS), …Read More »
Listen to the crumbling surface of the red planet – the firm rover receives the sound of driving on Mars.
NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover captured the image using its onboard left navigation camera. The Marrow is located at the top of the rover’s mast and assists in driving. This image was acquired on March 7, 2021 (Sol 16). Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech NASARecorded his new rover crushing on the surface …Read More »
Let the madness begin! The 68-team 2021 NCAA bracket was suggested with the first four on Thursday. Texas Southern and Drake were the first two teams to punch their tickets in the 64th round, but which schools can you trust in the March 2021 Madness Bracket? After last year’s edition …Read More »