Science News Round: Bezos offers NASA $ 2 billion in exchange for lunar mission Father builds a skeleton skeleton to help a child in a wheelchair walk and climb | Technology

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The father builds a sculptural skeleton to help the child walk in a wheelchair

“Robot, get up” – 16-year-old Oscar Kostanzaza gives the order and slowly but surely a large frame attached to his body begins to rise. Clinging to his shoulders, chest, waist, knees, and legs, he allows Exxonto Oscar – a genetic nerve that does not send enough signals to his legs – to move across the room.

The Dutch teenager on the flight said he had never ordered Base from Amazon

This week, the world’s youngest astronaut, a Dutch teenager, told billionaire Jeff Bezos on that he would never mourn.

18-year-old physics student Oliver Demon Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, and 82-year-old Aviet Wally Funk – the veteran of space travel, traveled 10 minutes beyond the atmosphere.

Bezos will offer NASA $ 2 billion in exchange for a lunar mission

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded Blue Origin to its space company, billionaire Jeff Bezos, on Monday to cover up to $ 2 billion in NASA costs. NASA in April to rival billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk Space X for $ 2.9 Receives Billion Dollars Rejection of bids from Blue Origins and Defense Contractors Dietics has awarded a contract to build spacecraft in early 2024 to bring astronauts to the moon. Blue Origins co-sponsored the bid with Lochid Martin Corp., Norzrop Grumman Corp. and Draper.

(Inputs from agencies)


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