Science News Summary: Boeing delays Starliner launch after a new crash. Russia and US to work together on space station after 2024 – IFAX and others | Technology

Here is a summary of current science news.

Boeing will postpone launching the Starliner after a new crash

Boeing has announced that it has launched the CST-100 Starliner aircraft at the International Space Station due to a malfunction for the first time since the crash of the vehicle in 2019. Boeing engineers have eliminated a number of possible causes, including “software,” but are still working to understand the source of “unexpected valve position indicators” in the motivation system, Boeing said in a statement Tuesday night.

Russia and the United States will work together on a space station after 2024 – IFAX

Russia and the United States will continue to work together on the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024, according to a senior official at the Interfax news agency Roscosmos. Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin said in June that Washington would not suspend the launch of a space shuttle that would hamper Russian satellite launch.

Geological analysis explains the strength of Stonehenge megaliths

The first general scientific analysis of Stonehenge’s compulsory megloups reveals some of the characteristics that made it a model for the famous monument in the south of England. Researchers on Wednesday uncovered a battery-induced battery test that revealed the discovery of one of the 52 stone megawatts known as Sarsons.

(With agency resources)


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