Monthly Archives: July 2018
Drones and AI to Preserve the Great Wall of China
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A team sets out on a mission to preserve one of the most iconic landmarks on Earth: the Great Wall of China. Follow their expedition as they reimagine preservation work on this monument with new tools: Intel Drones and Al.
Horizons Mission Time-Lapse from USA to Africa
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Join ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst for a quick flight from the USA to Africa aboard the International Space Station in this time-lapse.
Flying Faster, Hotter and Closer Than Ever to the Sun
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NASA's Parker Solar Probe and its United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle prepare for an unprecedented mission to "kiss the Sun."
NASA Rainfall Data and Global Fire Weather
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The Global Fire WEather Database (GFWED) integrates different weather factors influencing the likelihood of a vegetation fire starting and spreading.
SpaceX CRS-15 Liftoff
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The SpaceX CRS-15 Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, sending a Dragon spacecraft on the company's 15th commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station.