The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center said it is partnering with Japan’s ispace company to send a rover to the moon on an unmanned spacecraft by 2022, rather than 2024.
The “Rashid” rover, named after Dubai’s ruling family, will deploy to the moon using ispace’s lunar lander. The company will also provide the mission with wireless communication on the lunar surface.
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Centre Delaying Fund Transfer To Farmers: Didi
AS farmers in West Bengal received the first instalment of funds under the PM-KISAN scheme on Friday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee hit out at the Centre, accusing it of dilly-dallying over the transfer of funds to beneficiaries in the state.
74 Die In 4 Days As Oxygen Dips In Goa Hosp
Probe ordered as hospital authorities say they are facing technical & logistical issues while installing cylinders
45+ To Get Vaccinated At Govt Schools Now: Jain
Health minister blames Kumbh for virus spread in Delhi’s villages
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Experts not sure of Centre’s promise of 2 bn vax doses by year-end
Just Four States Vaccinated More Women Than Men
While Kerala, K’taka inoculate more women, gender divide is above 10% in Delhi and UP
‘Centre Should Buy Vaccines From Abroad'
Health Min Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the central government should come up with ‘One Nation, One Policy’ and float a global tender for buying Covid-19 vaccines from international markets. He also said that the companies manufacuturing vaccines should share the formula with other firms.
Out Of Covaxin, City Turns To Covishield For ‘Rescue'
Delhi govt urges Serum Institute of India to provide more vaccines
Immunity Begins At Home
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Oxygen Demand Falls By 17% In A Week, Hospitalisation Down, Says Sisodia
The daily requirement of medical oxygen in Delhi was down by almost 17 per cent from 700 MT to 582 MT with Covid cases in need of hospitalisation decreasing in last one week, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said on Thursday.
BIGGEST SPACE STATION CROWD IN DECADE AFTER SPACEX ARRIVAL
The International Space Station’s population swelled to 11 on Saturday with the jubilant arrival of SpaceX’s third crew capsule in less than a year.
Let the Games Begin
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics works toward a mid-pandemic strategy.
ARAB SPACECRAFT ENTERS ORBIT AROUND MARS IN HISTORIC FLIGHT
A spacecraft from the United Arab Emirates swung into orbit around Mars on Tuesday in a triumph for the Arab world’s first interplanetary mission.
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JAPAN SPACE AGENCY CONFIRMS ASTEROID SOIL INSIDE CAPSULE
Japan’s space agency said it has confirmed the presence of black soil samples inside a capsule that the spacecraft Hayabusa2 brought back from a distant asteroid last week.
Capsule With Asteroid Samples Arrives In Japan For Research
Japanese space agency officials were delighted by the return of a small capsule containing asteroid soil samples obtained by their Hayabusa2 spacecraft and were anxiously waiting to look inside after preparations are complete.
Can Nike's Anti-Racism Ads Just Do It in Japan?
Its social justice playbook worked in the U.S. but may not translate to a less diverse nation
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Japan's Softbank Back in The Black As Investments Improve
Japanese technology company SoftBank Group Corp. said it bounced back to profitability in the last quarter as its investments improved in value.
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