Nasa

20 Jul 19
INFINITY

Astronauts would probably have to grow some of their own food to survive a round trip to Mars. Could a crop of chiles be the gateway to the future?. via NYT Science https://ift.tt/2XU3z1r

20 Jul 19
News about world

Astronauts would probably have to grow some of their own food to survive a round trip to Mars. Could a crop of chiles be the gateway to the future?. via NYT Science https://ift.tt/2XU3z1r

20 Jul 19
Infinity News

By Bhavesh Patil Astronauts would probably have to grow some of their own food to survive a round trip to Mars. Could a crop of chiles be the gateway to the future? Published: July 20, 2019 at 05:30AM from Hard Trickers

20 Jul 19
Daily News

By SARAH MERVOSH Astronauts would probably have to grow some of their own food to survive a round trip to Mars. Could a crop of chiles be the gateway to the future? Published: July 19, 2019 at 02:00PM from NYT Science https://ift.tt/2XU3z1r

20 Jul 19
viralnews

By SARAH MERVOSH Astronauts would probably have to grow some of their own food to survive a round trip to Mars. Could a crop of chiles be the gateway to the future? Published: July 20, 2019 at 05:30AM

20 Jul 19
Arun with a View

Those over a certain age are remembering where they were when Apollo 11 landed on the moon fifty years ago today. I was 13 and in London, where I had arrived the day before with my family (driving from Italy and France; we crossed the Channel from Calais to Ramsgate, in the hovercraft). We were […]

20 Jul 19
dxerhamnews

Eagle in lunar orbit photographed from Columbia. (Image: NASA) There are a hundreds of fascinating off-air radio recordings in our Shortwave Radio Audio Archive. One of our frequent contributors, Tom Laskowski, has digitally converted numerous magnetic tape recordings from his personal collection to share with the archive. Tom made the following recording of the Voice […]

20 Jul 19
Channel 1 Los Angeles

Channel1 Los Angeles 20 de julio de 2019 This week the U.S. Department of State joined the world in celebrating one of humanity’s greatest achievements: landing on the moon.  The Apollo 11 mission was not just a success for America, but for the entire global community. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 […]

20 Jul 19
Fortuna's Corner

How to protect the growing internet of battlefield things fifthdomain.com · by Dan Goure · July 18, 2019 The explosive growth in the number of devices connected to defense networks has enabled the Department of Defense (DoD) to better manage information, conduct operations, manage assets, move people and supplies, and support service personnel. Soon, everything and everyone on […]

20 Jul 19
Real Confessions

And, no, it is NOT humans, they say, in the first case! lol!!! (Nor is it cows, apparently!)

20 Jul 19
shishkabobgirldad

Editorial note: Opinions expressed here are solely those of the blogger Our family has this Holiday season tradition where we go to buy calendars at a kiosk located within our nearest mall. My wife Wendy has her own calendar system but our son Ethan, daughter Sasha and I each buy an old school wall calendar. […]

20 Jul 19
YNUKtv

ESA – Launch to International Space Station LIVE. Three astronauts blast-off for the International Space Station from the Baiknonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan

20 Jul 19
KR's Blog

So ayun, this was so sudden and bigla ko na lang naisip. Way back 2012, favorite number ko talaga ang 19. It really became a part of me in everything. Until one day, nagsawa na ko dahil siguro napalitan ko na rin siya ng ibang number. Ang number 21. If I were to compare 19 […]

20 Jul 19
Paso Robles Daily News

– Local agriculture organizations recognized three San Luis Obispo County farmers and ranchers this week during the Cattlemen and Farmers Day at the California Mid-State Fair. The 2019 award recipients are: Kathy Arnold Loftus, Cattlewoman of the Year Rex Swan, Cattleman of the Year Jerry Lohr, Agriculturalist of the Year The awards were selected by […]