Tech & Science Daily: UK helping Nasa moon landing


sing AI to help Nasa land on the moon, Tech & Science Daily spoke to the UK scientists helping the space agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory locate where to land the Artemis 3 rocket.

Jan Peter Muller, from the Mullard space science lab at University College London has been working on mapping the moon.

They’re doing it by taking super high-res pictures of craters on the moon, and using AI to create 3D models of them.

In the meantime, Nasa hopes to try launching the Artemis 1 moon rocket again this week.

Monday’s launch had to be called off because there were issues with cooling the engines down before lift off, on top of two hydrogen leaks. But engineers reckon it’s related to an inaccurate sensor reading that they can deal with on launch day.

Researchers believe the bite of a false widow spider, commonly found in the UK, is up to 230 times more venomous than native Irish spiders.

The National University of Ireland in Galway also found how the false widow adapts its attacks depending on things like prey size and how much venom it has left.

Ukraine’s State Emergency Service has been seen rehearsing nuclear disaster procedures.

Teams in protective gear have been using equipment to check over vehicles and civilians during training.

Hundreds of people suffering with a superbug which causes diarrhoea are going to be offered faecal matter transplants to help them get rid of the bug. A new poll says parents feel less digitally intelligent than their kids online, Tech & Science Daily spoke to Marvyn Harrison, founder of Dope Black Dads. Plus, why scientists are using tech found at your dentist to study coral under the sea.

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