Science News Round: Bezos offers NASA $ 2 billion in exchange for lunar mission Sponge-like Canadian fossils can be the first sign of animal life and more | 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.

Sponge-like Canadian fossils may be the first sign of animal life

Fossils found in mountainous terrain in the northwestern states of Canada can be seen in the early hours of the animal life – sea sponges formed by bacteria 890 million years ago. On Wednesday, fossils from Canada appear to show different structures from marine sponges, similar to those of the Mediterranean bath sponge or sponge oxycodone, in what is now known as the Neoproterozoic Age.

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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