NASA and Axiom Space have revealed what Artemis III astronauts will wear when walking on the moon. The Artemis III mission is currently scheduled for December 2025. It will be the first manned moon landing since Apollo 17 landed in 1972 and will include the first woman to walk on the moon and a person of color.
The new spacesuit accommodates a wider range of body types. It’s also more flexible than its predecessor, with lights and even an HD camera. This design also accommodates extreme cold in permanently shadowed regions of the Moon. If you’re disappointed that you haven’t seen the iconic white of NASA’s old spacesuits, don’t worry. This is just an early prototype. If worn by NASA astronauts on the Moon, the final version will likely be all white.
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T-Mobile has announced that it has agreed to acquire Ka’ena, the parent company of Mint Mobile, for $1.35 billion in cash and stock. Mint has been running at T-Mobile since its inception as a mobile virtual network operator. The deal got even more interesting thanks to celebrity rep Ryan Reynolds, who is believed to own 20-25% of Mint’s. He will continue to play a creative role as a spokesperson for Mint. Mint was founded in his 2015 and spun out of Ultra in late 2019.
It will be deployed in models after 2025.
With the new Panoramic Vision Display, BMW wants to display its important HUD data at eye level. The company has unveiled a head-up display that spans the width of the windshield, giving drivers and passengers all the information they need without taking their eyes off the road. Drivers can choose what they want to see across the panoramic vision display, including speed, time and the song currently playing.
The company says AI enhances detail, but critics claim it adds information that isn’t there.
Samsung has shared a more detailed description of the lunar photo detection system used since the Galaxy S21. Take a clear photo of the moon with 25x zoom or more and your phone will detect it and capture multiple frames. A high-resolution reference image is then used for comparison to enhance details using a neural network. It’s the second half that annoys people. Are the images you are taking fake? Well, Samsung uses real shots as a baseline, but the phones produce photos that don’t represent what you get through the lens. It says it will improve the Isar to “reduce potential confusion” between taking pictures of the actual moon and its augmented images.
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And it looks like a flagship phone.
It’s a quiet moment between Samsung’s launch of the Galaxy S flagship and its other flagships that just so happened to fold up. There are no major changes from the Galaxy A53 to the A54, but there are some notable changes, such as being redesigned to match the premium Galaxy S family and the camera metal details protruding independently from the back. other. His screen is also 20% brighter, reaching 1,000 nits. The A54 is available for pre-order on his March 30th and will be available on April 6th. The price is $450, the same as last year’s model.