Toyota will send a car to the moon
Japanese carmaker Toyota will help humans live on the moon by 2040 and then on Mars. Toyota is working with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAEA) to build a car. The car is called Lunar Cruiser. The car is named after the Toyota Land Cruiser Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). On January 26, 2022, Takao Satae, head of the Twitter Lunar Project, said people will be able to eat, work, sleep and communicate safely with others in the car.
Saturn’s moon is the ocean
Mimas is one of the satellites of Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system. The atmosphere of this satellite is much warmer according to the earth. It contains the ocean. Mimas covered with at least 24-31 km thick ice. Researchers at the US space agency NASA have claimed that a thick layer of ice has to be penetrated to touch the liquid water of the ocean. They analyzed the Cassini mission data collected from the satellite. Concluded about having oceans.
Spy satellite in space
On February 2, 2022, the United States launched another new reconnaissance satellite into space. The NROL-87 satellite was successfully launched into orbit by SpaceX’s Falcon-9 rocket. The satellite was developed by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), a subsidiary of the United States Department of Defense. The country’s space force is in charge of overseeing it. It basically does the job of looking after the satellite. The NRO is headquartered near Washington in North Virginia.
Destruction of 40 satellites in the atmosphere
On February 3, 2022, Starlink, the high-speed Internet satellite company of SpaceX, the aerospace company of US billionaire Elon Musk, launched 49 satellites from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. They are placed about 210 kilometers above the earth. But on 4 February 2022, 40 satellites were destroyed by a magnetic storm that fell out of orbit. Atmospheric warming is usually caused by geomagnetic storms.
Search for habitable planets
Scientists are speculating that a life-saving planet could be found near a dead star in the corner. If the matter is confirmed, for the first time, the orbiting white dwarf star will be found to be a useful planet to sustain life. The probable planet is 116 light-years from Earth. Dead stars are called white dwarfs or white dwarfs.
ISS departed in 2031
The International Space Station (ISS) will collapse on Earth after 2030. On January 31, 2022, NASA announced that it would collapse in early 2031 and fall into a part of the Pacific Ocean known as Point Nema. Point Nema is located farthest from the earth’s surface. It is also known as the spacecraft cemetery. Note that the first part of Earth’s orbit to be sent to build the International Space Station on November 20, 1997, is called Zarya. The International Space Station was then created by gradually connecting different parts to the space station. Construction of the ISS was completed in 2011.
Joint mission in space
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, two countries in the Gulf region of the Middle East, have launched joint missions in space. In the meantime, for the first time in a joint venture, the two countries have launched an artificial satellite into space. The light-1 satellite was launched from the Tsukuba Space Center (TKSC) on the International Space Station. Its main function will be to collect and store information about the gamma ray emitted as a result of weather and friction between clouds and clouds. The light-1 satellite was launched on 21 December 2021.
Bangladesh’s first rocket
This is the first rocket made in Bangladesh by a group of young talented students of Mymensingh Engineering College. With their own ingenuity and hard work, they built two rockets, Comet 0.1 and Comet 0.2, under the banner of Dhumketu X-Project and with the help of the Dhumketu X team. Besides, four more rockets of two models named Dhumketu-1 and Dhumketu-2 were made. Dhumketu-1 is 6 feet long and 16 feet long. And Dhumketu-2 each 8 feet, the two together 12 feet long. The larger rocket is 6 inches in size and the sixth is 4 inches.