live: arrival of nasa’s perseverance rover to mars.

The mini documentary is only about 16 minutes long and can be seen here.Articles5 must-sees at EmergentechElectronic and digital art make their debut at the Emergente Festival in Buenos Aires thanks to Artlab.
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q & a with frank reyes “the prince”.

Awarded at the Sundance Film Festival, this short film tells in a few minutes the story of John Shepherd, a man who began to attract people’s attention when, in the 70s, he started with his constant attempts to communicate with extraterrestrials.
We get to know the place where he grew up: a quiet little town located in a rural area, where not much happens. The images of the place and John’s photos complement the context of loneliness in which he spent his whole life and make us understand, perhaps, the reason for his strong hope of finding something beyond, that not everyone could see. As he himself assures us in the film: “My body was in this local, rural, quiet community. But my mind was traveling through the cosmos”.

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Women and junior scientists may more often feel ‘imposter syndrome’ the more they perceive that an academic discipline requires talent or brilliance to succeed. So reveals a new U.S. study that suggests these feelings may hinder researchers’ careers in the long run.
Why do they have to be “bad”? Why does religion have anything to do with it? I think we can’t be so arrogant as to believe that we are alone in all this infinite and totally unknown Universe. We make conjectures without thinking that we don’t know anything about anything, even scientists confess that there is still a lot to know.
Why do they have to be “bad”? Why does religion have anything to do with it? I think we cannot be so arrogant as to believe that we are alone in all this Universe, infinite and totally unknown. We make conjectures without thinking that we know nothing at all, even scientists confess that there is still a lot to be known.

inconceivable : official trailer : netflix

In Chile’s Atacama Desert, the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) shoots several laser beams into the sky to create artificial guide stars that help astronomers correct for distortions caused by atmospheric turbulence. It is one of the few telescopes that can directly image giant exoplanets.
NASA’s Near-Earth Asteroid Explorer (NEA) partially folded solar sail undergoes a final inspection before testing at a facility in Hunstsville, Alabama. Just as conventional sails collect wind, solar sails are powered by the pressure of sunlight, minimizing the need for fuel.
A laser transmitter, such as this one developed by II-VI, Inc. and the University of Dayton, Ohio, foreshadows the technology Breakthrough Starshot needs to propel spacecraft to the nearest star. Laser beams from the device’s 21 lenses converge on a remote target. Starshot’s battery of lasers will combine nearly a billion similar beams.