A Japanese Company Claims It Will Utilize SpaceX Rockets to Land on the Moon

A Japanese Company Claims It Will Utilize SpaceX Rockets to Land on the Moon

A Japanese space agency, iSpace, announced on Wednesday 26th September that it will launch a lunar lander and rover to the moon in 2020 and 2021. The uncrewed iSpace spacecraft will go to space on board a SpaceX Faclon 9 Rocket, the organization said. On the off chance that it all g oes well, in 2020, the company will endevour to orbit the moon with one of its landers. In 2021, it will attempt to securely place a lander on the lunar surface and send lunar rovers to investigate further

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Richest people work system to pay less tax than those on average wages

Richest people work system to pay less tax than those on average wages

More than 80 of the country's wealthiest people are paying the same or less income tax as the average worker, a shocking report has revealed. Ten years on from the economic crash, a combination of clever accounting and loopholes is allowing some of the country's richest individuals to minimise their contribution to the State's coffers. The Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) reviewed how 480 people, classified as 'High Wealth Individuals' (HWI), interact with the Revenue Commissioners.

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Lasers Reveal 60,000 Ancient Maya Structures in Guatemala

Lasers Reveal 60,000 Ancient Maya Structures in Guatemala

The largest-ever survey of a region from the Maya civilization has located over 60,000 previously unknown structures in northern Guatemala. The survey, conducted with the help of lasers, challenges long-held assumptions that this area was poorly connected and sparsely populated. The structures researchers identified include farms, houses and defensive fortifications, as well as 60 miles of causeways, roads and canals connecting large cities across the civilization’s central lowlands.

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As NASA turns 60, here are the space agency’s greatest achievements.

As NASA turns 60, here are the space agency's greatest achievements.

On 1st October, sixty years ago, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration—better known as NASA—began operations, ushering in a new era of space exploration for the United States. The space agency emerged from its predecessor, the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics, which was created in 1915, in part, because America was lagging behind Europe in the field of airplane technology.

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Ford Makes Surprise Unveiling of Electric Self-Driving Zero Emissions Truck

Ford Makes Surprise Unveiling of Electric Self-Driving Zero Emissions Truck

Ford made a surprise unveiling by its Turkish design center (Ford Otosan) at this year's IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hannover, Germany. The American truck manufacturer revealed its F-Vision concept heavy-duty truck, a commercial vehicle that combines clean energy, autonomous driving, and many other futuristic features.

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