Dunes of Mars and Titan, links

2 34
Avatar for powellquesne
2 years ago
Topics: Science, Space

Giant flexoelectricity: "This theory engineers a connection between electricity and mechanical motion in soft rubber-like materials." Read.

"This ability to keep materials cool during ion diffusion could have a wide range of applications. In the example of fuel cells..." Read.

"Mars and Earth aren't the only worlds in the solar system with these fascinating types of dunes. In fact, Titan has the solar system's largest linear dune field." Read.

"By introducing multiple components, they could induce several remarkable physical properties such as superconductivity (dichalcogenide HEX), magnetic ordering (PS3 HEX), metal-insulator transition (dichalcogenide HEX), and strong corrosion resistance (dichalcogenide HEX)." Read.

"Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov..perform their first spacewalk..to replace old batteries outside the International Space Station." Read.

"After deployment on the moon, it will push itself into two halves with a connecting axle between them—the separated halves will then serve as wheels to allow the robot to move around on the surface." Read.

"Artemis I, an unmanned flight scheduled by the end of 2021. Artemis II, a manned flight with the goal of positioning the spacecraft in orbit around the Moon in 2023. Artemis III, which will launch the lunar lander with two astronauts in 2024." Read.

Source: bitcoinmars.org/links.

2
$ 0.00
Avatar for powellquesne
2 years ago
Topics: Science, Space

Comments

I think superconductor will be the great victory of human on earth. There would be no energy loss of heat and this energy is utilized for more mechanical work. Mars has water sources so life on Mars can take more longer duration. Are you engineer sir?

$ 0.00
2 years ago

Not really, but I am a software developer, and I write about engineers.

$ 0.00
2 years ago