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يسمح بالتنفس داخل البحر كما خياشيم الأسماك : قناع “السمكة” في الأسواق قريباً

اخترع المصمم جيبيان يون شيئا اختراع سيجعل الانسان كائنا يضاهي الأسماك. اخترع قناع الغوص و المسمى تريتون يستخدم تقنية حديثة تشبه آليه عمل الخياشيم فهي تقوم باستخلاص الأكسجين من الماء عبر مصفاه مصممة على شكل خيوط بالغة الدقة تحتوي على ثقوب ...

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How to Get an RSS Feed for a YouTube Channel

If you like RSS you tend to want to have all your content in one place—your RSS reader. But if you also follow some channels on YouTube this is a problem, since Google doesn’t publish RSS feeds for channels. They ...

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Here’s why the next SpaceX launch isn’t just about the booster landing

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The expandable habitat from Bigelow Aerospace is lifted into Dragon's trunk for a ride to the space station. (credit: SpaceX)

It's a big idea. It's a bold idea. And at first blush, it seems a bit of a daft idea. A company called Bigelow Aerospace wants to build space stations for the government and hotels for private customers that will inflate like balloons once they reach outer space. Bigelow’s inflatables have the potential to revolutionize spaceflight by providing lighter, and much larger, places to live in space. But the big question remains: Does anyone really want to live in a space balloon?

NASA intends to find out and has signed a $17.8 million contract with Bigelow to do so. As early as April 8 a deflated module will launch inside the trunk of a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. The space agency has agreed to attach a test module to the International Space Station, inflate it, and over the course of two years determine if such a contraption can work in space. Crew won’t live in it—inflatables remain too experimental to risk life and limb. But if the module holds up, NASA will invest more money into the technology.

The space agency has said it wants to use the space station as a platform for technologies that will enable, and perhaps lower the cost, of deep space exploration. With the Bigelow module NASA appears to be doing exactly that. “It’s a big step for us, because inflatables can be a big multiplier for us as we move further out into space,” explained Mark Geyer, deputy director of Johnson Space Center, during a recent meeting of NASA’s advisory council.

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Les Guerres Ottomanes, un nouveau jeu vidéo

Les Guerres Ottomanes, un nouveau jeu vidéo 4 amis turcs travaillant sur un jeu de stratégie depuis 3 ans ont terminé leur projet S’inspirant des guerres connues à l’époque ottomane, quatre amis turcs ont terminé la préparation d’un jeu de ...

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Used Car Dealer Sales Tricks Exposed

Don’t act so surprised, Your Highness. You weren’t on any mercy mission this time. Several transmissions were beamed to this ship by Rebel spies. I want to know what happened to the plans they sent you. In my experience, there ...

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