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How NASA flew a helicopter on Mars

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NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter completes its second flight on the red planet.

NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter completes its second flight on the red planet.

On the red planet of Mars, the Ingenuity Helicopter flew for around 50 seconds and soared 16 feet through the intergalactic atmosphere before touching down again. 

NASA’s chief pilot says “there are many unknowns regarding how to fly a helicopter on Mars and the organisation is aiming to make these unknowns, known.”

https://twitter.com/NASA/status/1385296344617820163?s=20

Whilst flying, the helicopter was also able to take another image and send it back down to earth. 

“So far, the engineering telemetry we have received and analysed tells us that the flight met expectations and our prior computer modeling has been accurate,” says Bob Balaram, chief engineer for the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

“We have two flights of Mars under our belts, which means that there is still a lot to learn during this month of Ingenuity.”

William is an Executive News Producer at TICKER NEWS, responsible for the production and direction of news bulletins. William is also the presenter of the hourly Weather + Climate segment. With qualifications in Journalism and Law (LLB), William previously worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) before moving to TICKER NEWS. He was also an intern at the Seven Network's 'Sunrise'. A creative-minded individual, William has a passion for broadcast journalism and reporting on global politics and international affairs.

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LSD microdosing could be a breakthrough in depression treatment

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Breakthrough in mental health – world’s first clinical trials for take-home micro-dosing of LSD are underway.

Researchers have initiated the world’s first clinical trials involving the micro-dosing of a proprietary form of LSD as a potential at-home treatment for depression.

The study, spearheaded by leading mental health experts, aims to explore the therapeutic benefits of self-administered micro-doses in alleviating symptoms of depression.

This innovative approach, focused on personalised mental health care, marks a departure from traditional methodologies, signalling a potential revolution in how individuals manage their mental well-being.

Justin Hanka, Co-founder behind MindBio Therapeutics Corp, provides his first-hand insights on this mental health development.

#medical #mental health #lsd

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How to manage a successful & cost-effective side gig

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Exploring the evolution of service providers in a cost-conscious beauty market.

In an era marked by a desire for economic efficiency, individuals are increasingly turning to platforms that connect consumers with cost-effective side gigs and services.

This shift is particularly evident in the realms of beauty, fitness, and massage, where individuals seek both affordable options and opportunities to offer services on the side.

With the rise of platforms connecting consumers to cost-effective services, there’s a broader inquiry into the potential expansion of these offerings into other service categories and even other countries.

Bhawna Singh, Founder and CEO of Be My Freelancer.com, shares her personal experiences & insights into this field. #business #beauty #money

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Who will be the winners and losers of EV adoption?

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The Australian Government has proposed the first ever fuel efficiency standard & sets regulations for Electric Vehicles.

The proposed standards will impact both traditional internal combustion engine vehicles and electric vehicles, encouraging a comprehensive shift towards eco-friendly transportation.

Electric vehicle manufacturers, such as Tesla, Nissan, and Hyundai, are likely to benefit from increased consumer interest in eco-friendly options.

Traditional automakers that have invested in hybrid and electric technologies, such as Toyota and Ford, may also find themselves on the winning side.

However, those lagging behind in the development of fuel-efficient vehicles may face a more challenging road ahead.

To discuss in detail, Matt Hobbs, CEO at Motor Trades Association of Australia, provides his insights into the realm of EVs and Government regulations. #ev #cars #tech

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