Science News Summary – Darwin Family Microscope for Bid: Japanese billionaire Maizawa trains in space travel and before Russia | Technology

Here is a summary of current scientific news.

The Darwin family microscope is for sale at auction

The microscope was donated by Charles Darwin to his son Leonard, who has been in the family for nearly 200 years, and is up for auction in December, with an estimated $ 480,000. The instrument was designed by Charles Gold in 1825 and is one of the six living microscopes associated with the British naturalist.

Japanese billionaire Maizawa trains in Russia before a space trip

For Japanese fashion designer Yusuku Maazawa, it was not always easy to train under zero gravity before planning a trip later this year. I have lived for 45 years and I have never experienced anything like this. At first I felt confused.

China to send astronauts to space station on Saturday

China will send three astronauts to an unfinished space station on Saturday morning, including its first female sailor, who will stay for six months. It will be the second of four station missions planned for the site by the end of next year.

China launches second manpower mission to build space station

China on Saturday lifted three astronauts – two men and one woman – to the main module of the future space station for a six-month rocket for Chinese astronauts. The long-range March 2 Fron Shenzu-13 spacecraft, meaning “Divine Ship”, was launched from the Jukun Satellite Launch Center in northwestern Gansu Province at 12:23 (1623 GMT Friday).

From spy satellites to mobile networks, S Korea hopes to launch new rocket space program

South Korea plans to test its first domestic launch vehicle next week, a major step forward in the country’s space program and a major milestone in 6G networks, reconnaissance satellites and lunar missions. If all goes well, the three-phase NURI rocket designed by the Korean Aerospace Research Institute (CAR) will take a 1.5-ton cargo ship into space 800 to 800 km orbit from Earth on Thursday to a space satellite.

Statins Covide-19 may slightly reduce the risk of death; The use of a booster as a booster may provide more protection

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that requires further research and has not yet been verified by peer review. Statins can slightly prevent death from COVID-19

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