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the millions of tons of leftover poop. A follow-up study by another group of researchers at the Melbourne institute suggested that raw biosolids, biochar (charcoal made from biosolids), and incinerated sewage sludge ash could all be used as cement replacement materials. Other researchers in the United Kingdom have suggested that sewage sludge ash could be feasibly reused in tiles and glass ceramics as well, with the potential for wide-ranging applications in the building industry. The Museo Della Merda in Lombardy, Italy has, in fact, already created terra cotta tiles, flowerpots, and tableware from a cow pie-and-clay mix. It’s called Merdacotta. The yuck factor, of course, may be a higher barrier for repurposed-poop consumer products such as bioplastic cups and ceramic plates. But the hostile environment of space and the multiplying challenges of extracting resources on our own planet are helping researchers get behind a wellspring of raw materials that could aid exploration and boost investments in sanitation infrastructure by converting waste streams into revenue. Even better? This particular natural asset will never run dry. Bryn Nelson is an award-winning science writer and author of the book “Flush: The Remarkable Science of an Unlikely Treasure.” He lives in Seattle. PAID CONTENT For First Time in 145 Years, England’s Blenkinsopp Estate Asks £4.85 Million Home in Southern California Water Tower Sells for $4.5 Million Mansion Global 20 Foods Made In China You Should Never Eat Richouses Video shows Ukraine attack on key bridge used by Russia World A giant space tarantula has been caught by NASA’s Webb telescope World [Pics] Always Put a Plastic Bottle on Your Tires when Parked, Here’s Why Journalistate Sprawling Mediterranean-Style Villa in Texas Hits Auction Block Mansion Global Paid Content Cindy Crawford’s Former Malibu Compound, Once Listed for $99.5… Mansion Global NBA Star Victor Oladipo Sells Florida Home With Giant Shoe Room… Mansion Global Discover How People In Vietnam Are Keeping Mosquitoes Away (It’s… Moskinator Pro Nha Trang: Physiotherapists Are Impressed by This Breakthrough… GadgetReviewer.org More from Colin Kaepernick and partner Nessa Diab welcome their first baby Trump endorses DeWine in Ohio governor’s race in marked shift World No. 1 Iga Swiatek comes from behind to defeat Jule… Spotted lanternflies are on the most wanted list: Get ready to… More From Carlos Alcaraz reaches US Open quarterfinal with late-night win… ‘Doomsday’ glacier,’ which could raise sea level by several feet… Paid Content Ellen DeGeneres Buys Coastal California Mansion for Nearly $21 Million Mansion Global The Latest High-Tech Dishwashers Mansion Global These liposuction patches are winning the hearts of the English Well-being-review.com SPONSORED CONTENT [Pics] Here’s What 30 Historical Figures Actually Looked Like Gloriousa
Here’s why it’s taking NASA so long to attempt another Artemis I launch By Jackie Wattles, Business Updated 2328 GMT (0728 HKT) September 6, 2022 Why NASA canceled launch of massive new rocket NASA scrubs Artemis I rocket launch due to engine issues. reporter explains why This is the number one priority for Artemis I New vest could help pave the way for a woman to walk on the moon Why it’s so critical for Artemis I to launch a mannequins only crew Sign up for ‘s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. New York ( Business)NASA’s massive new moon rocket hit another snag during its latest attempt to launch an uncrewed test mission, and it will be at least a few weeks — rather than days — before the rocket can make its next attempt. The longer delay can be attributed to several factors, including quirks of scheduling, possible traffic at the launch site, and NASA’s desire to make sure it’s solved the latest issues with leaky fuel. To recap what went down on Saturday, September 3: Launch officials went confidently into this weekend’s attempt to launch the rocket, called the Space Launch System or SLS. But then, as the rocket was once again being loaded with super-cold liquid hydrogen propellant, it sprung a big leak. And NASA said Tuesday that it will begin to attempt to correct those issues while the rocket is still on the launch pad. But, eventually, the space agency will still need to roll the rocket back to the nearby Vehicle Assembly Building, a 4.2-mile trip that takes roughly 10 hours, in order to “reset the system’s batteries,” according to a Tuesday blog post from NASA. And when it comes to setting a new launch date, timing will be complicated. Timing can be everything On a given day, there are specific spans of time — or “launch windows” — set aside when the rocket is permitted to launch, and they can range from about a half hour to a few hours per
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