Northrop Grumman Went Through A Full Scale Test Of Fire Of OmegA

Northrop Grumman went through a full scale test of fire of OmegA in its very first stage recently. OmegA is the company’s latest rocket which is being built for conducting missions on national security. Officials of the company said it was a successful trial. However, it seemed that things might have turned a bit downside… Continue reading Northrop Grumman Went Through A Full Scale Test Of Fire Of OmegA

Avanti Obtains $55mn Credit Ahead Of The Launch Of Hosted Payload In July

Avanti, the satellite operator of Britain has obtained a facility of credit costing $55 million as the company is waiting for the launch of its hosted payload which would be launched in July. In a filing of May 28 with LSE, Avanti said that the facility is for two years through which the company could… Continue reading Avanti Obtains $55mn Credit Ahead Of The Launch Of Hosted Payload In July

EU, ESA Convene Jt. Space Council For The 1st Time Since 2011

In the first joint session of space council held on Tuesday since 2011, leaders of 22 members Space Agency of Europe and 28 members EU, it was said that a closer collaboration was needed amid the rising global competition. The space council would meet one time per year, said the minister for innovation, science and… Continue reading EU, ESA Convene Jt. Space Council For The 1st Time Since 2011

Nutritionist States Pizza Is Better Than A Majority Of Cereals For Breakfast

A New York-based nutritionist has said that “a pizza slice has more fats and much less sugar compared to a majority of cold cereals, thus, one won’t experience a sudden sugar crash.” She said, pizza also contains protein, dairy, and carbohydrates. Chelsey Amer, registered dietician, said, “One might be astounded to learn that an average… Continue reading Nutritionist States Pizza Is Better Than A Majority Of Cereals For Breakfast

New Cases Of Diabetes Dropdown In The U.S. As Obesity Rates Rise

The number of new diabetes patients amongst the U.S. adults keeps declining, even as obesity rates surge and health executives are not clear why. New federal statistics were released recently and found that the number of new diabetes cases reduced to almost 1.3 Million in 2017, which is down from 1.7 Million in 2009. The… Continue reading New Cases Of Diabetes Dropdown In The U.S. As Obesity Rates Rise

Japan Shows Surprising Growth In The First Quarter Of 2019

Japan’s economy has grown at an annual rate of 2.1 percent for the first three months according to data released by Japan’s Cabinet Office. Japan’s economy has shrugged off forecasts by beating expectations, this quarter. The growth is surprising, as there is still weakness in the economy. However, some data are still intriguing and casts… Continue reading Japan Shows Surprising Growth In The First Quarter Of 2019

Warehouse Robots At Amazon Will Not Replace Humans For At Least 10 Years

Are you concerned if your job is going to be overtaken by a bot? You need not be if you work in Amazon, which has sacked the concept of completely-automated warehouses turning out to be a reality any time shortly. As per Scott Anderson, director of robotics fulfillment at Amazon, such tech in its present… Continue reading Warehouse Robots At Amazon Will Not Replace Humans For At Least 10 Years

Walmart’s Store Managers Make Almost $175,000 Per Year

Walmart, the biggest U.S. employer, was noted promoting hundreds of thousands of its employees to higher-paying jobs in 2018. The firm disclosed that the standard earnings of full-time associates are almost double the federal minimum wage. The retail giant recently released a 94-page document. For the first time, the firm disclosed the details on compensation… Continue reading Walmart’s Store Managers Make Almost $175,000 Per Year

Sonos To Roll Out Google Assistant On Its Smart Devices Soon

After months of beta trialing, Sonos is almost prepared to launch out Google Assistant to its Sonos Beam and Sonos One smart devices. In this week’s shareholders’ quarterly earnings letter, Patrick Spence (Sonos CEO) verified that the firm is aiming to roll out Assistant soon. The feature will roll out in the US at the… Continue reading Sonos To Roll Out Google Assistant On Its Smart Devices Soon

Solar Panels Of The InSight lander Get A Spring Dusting From The Winds Of Mars

The Red Planet winds might have resulted in the eventual end of the Opportunity rover, but they could possibly help in extending the life of NASA’s InSight mission. The same winds could be helpful to blow the dust away just in the similar fashion it blows dust onto the spacecraft’s solar panels. Researchers are presently… Continue reading Solar Panels Of The InSight lander Get A Spring Dusting From The Winds Of Mars