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Elon Musk to send Dogecoin-funded satellite to Moon
The DOGE-1 is a CubeSat to acquire "lunar-spatial intelligence" using onboard cameras and sensors, reports The Verge. The satellite is being developed by Geometric Energy Corporation and it will be flown on board a Falcon 9 rocket in the first quarter of 2022. "We're excited to launch DOGE-1 to the Moon!" said Tom Ochinero, vice president of commercial sales at SpaceX.
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NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter completes first one-way trip
Ingenuity Mars flew to the Red Planet on February 18, while being attached to the belly of NASA's Perseverance rover. On its fifth flight on Mars, the mini-helicopter took the one-way trip from Wright Brothers Field to a new airfield 423 feet (129 metres) to the south. This was the first time it flew to a new landing site, the US space agency said on Saturday.
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SpaceX launches 60 Starlink satellites in record 10th liftoff
The veteran Falcon 9 rocket blasted off before dawn from Space Launch Complex 40 here at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 2:42 a.m. EDT (06.42 GMT), marking the company's 14th launch of the year. It was also one for the record books as the flight was this particular booster's 10th launch and landing attempt, the company said in a statement.
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Covid-19 infection is transmitted via air, says US CDC
People release respiratory fluids during exhalation -- quiet breathing, speaking, singing, exercise, coughing, sneezing in the form of droplets. While large droplets settle out of the air within seconds to minutes, very fine droplets can remain suspended in the air for minutes to hours. These droplets carry viruses and transmit infection, said the agency's latest science brief as part of its public guidelines on Covid-19.
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Why some patients test positive for Covid long after recovery
Researchers from the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, showed that genetic sequences from the RNA virus SARS-CoV-2 can integrate into the genome of the host cell through a process called reverse transcription. These sections of the genome can then be "read" into RNAs, which could potentially be picked up by a PCR test.
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Covid-19 could cause long-lasting damage to heart: Doctors
"People with heart problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other co-morbidities fall into the high-risk category as they get sick from Covid. The virus not only affects the lungs and the brain but your heart as well. There is a steep rise in post-Covid patients with cardiac issues like breathing problems, chest tightness and pain, heart attack, myocarditis, swelling of the heart, heart failure, blood clotting and arrhythmia said Pramod Narkhede, Cardiologist
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WATCH | ‘Out of control' Chinese rocket falls over Indian ocean
The "out-of-control" Chinese Long March 5B rocket "re-entered over the Arabian Peninsula at approximately 10:15 p.m. EDT (around 7.45 am India time on Sunday)," according to US Space Command that was tracking the rocket. It was, however, still unknown if the debris impacted land or water. The agency's official Twitter account tweeted: "Everyone else following the #LongMarch5B re-entry can relax. The rocket is down."
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Exercise linked to improvement in Covid symptoms recovery
The study found a statistically significant improvement in exercise capacity, as measured by scores of distance travelled and ability to keep going without rest using incremental and endurance shuttle-walking tests. "This adapted rehabilitation programme for individuals following Covid-19 has demonstrated promising improvements in clinical outcomes," said researcher Sally Singh from the University of Leicester.
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Mild Covid very unlikely to cause lasting heart damage: Study
"Disentangling the impact Covid-19 has on the heart has been a challenge. But we're now at the stage of the pandemic where we can really start to get a grip on the longer-term implications Covid-19 has on the health of our heart and blood vessels," said Treibel. For the study, published in the journal JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging, the research team included 149 healthcare workers.
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Unique infectious profile' makes Covid so hard to treat: Lancet
According to the a review published in the prestigious journal The Lancet, there is growing evidence that the virus infects both the upper and lower respiratory tracts. The review suggests that it is unlike "low pathogenic" human coronavirus sub-species, which typically settle in the upper respiratory tract and cause cold-like symptoms or "high pathogenic" viruses such as those that cause SARS and ARDS.