NASA’s Artemis program aims to bring humans back to the Moon, with the goal of staying there for good in the interest of pursuing additional science and exploration missions, including to Mars. But how
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James Orgill, an engineer and YouTuber, has created a miniature table that is fully supported by thread. The seemingly impossible feat was done by understanding how to use tensegrity and tensile strength.
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Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun, is a truly odd place. Now it just got odder. Not happy with being the coldest planet of them all and the only planet in the solar system to spin on its side (every