LASER WEAPON DEVELOPED IN CHINA

China has developed a hand-held laser weapon capable of carbonizing human tissue from over on-half mile away.

LASER TECHNOLOGY Laser (Light Amplified by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation) devices have been around for many years. In fact, when I was in high school, a friend of mine who was an absolute whiz with science, had competed his assembly of a ruby-style laser. So, one day we decided to erect it on the… Continue reading LASER WEAPON DEVELOPED IN CHINA

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SAME DAY CARGO DELIVERY TO ISS

The Russian Progress 70 cargo craft lifts off on time from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on a short trip to deliver supplies to the space station on the same day.

Same day cargo delivery has been completed today from the earth to the International Space Station. The Expedition 56 crew is ready to receive this shipment. Carrying almost three tons of food, fuel, and supplies for the International Space Station crew, the unpiloted Russian Progress 70 cargo craft launched at 5:51 p.m. EDT (3:51 a.m.… Continue reading SAME DAY CARGO DELIVERY TO ISS

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STUDY AND RESEARCH CONTINUE ON ISS

A star-lit sky and Earth’s atmospheric glow are the backdrop as the Canadarm2 robotic arm with its Dextre robotic hand attached is poised to begin extracting cargo and study gear from the SpaceX Dragon’s trunk.

Study and research continue aboard the International Space Station. New observation gear is being offloaded from the Dragon supply ship that will study the earth. It is a new experiment. More research gear continues to be unloaded from inside and outside of the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft today. Back on Earth, another resupply ship is… Continue reading STUDY AND RESEARCH CONTINUE ON ISS

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UNPACK DRAGON FOR NEW SCIENCE

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is pictured moments after being captured with the Canadarm2 (the 57.7-foot-long robotic arm designed and built by the Canadian Space Agency) controlled by NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold as the International Space Station orbited over Quebec, Canada. Then, to unpack Dragon was on the schedule.

Unpack Dragon is the process to unload and install new science gear for use aboard the International Space Station. The International Space Station crew from the United States, Russia and Germany is going into the Fourth of July holiday unpacking new research gear from the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft. The six Expedition 56 crew members… Continue reading UNPACK DRAGON FOR NEW SCIENCE

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