Tech & Science Daily: Going to space on a Cosmic Kiss mission, next stop the moon?

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ESA astronaut of German nationality Matthias Maurer. This portrait was taken in November 2020.  (ESA)
ESA astronaut of German nationality Matthias Maurer. This portrait was taken in November 2020. (ESA)

Goodbye Facebook, hello Meta!

But, there’s been a huge reaction to Mark Zuckerberg’s new name announcement.

Many are questioning the motives behind the change and whether they are going to address the key issues raised about the company recently, such as; security, misinformation, privacy and children’s welfare.

Could trips to the moon be closer than we thought?

We spoke to ESA astronaut, Matthias Maurer, who’s blasting off on his ‘Cosmic Kiss’ mission this weekend to find out.

Scientists have announced the naming of a new species of human ancestor.

Homo Bodoensis first lived in Africa around half a million years ago during the Middle Pleistocene era.

We meet ‘BellaBot’ one of three new waiters at Gravity Southside in Wandsworth, why giant pandas are black and white, Jupiter’s swirling ‘Great Red Spot’ is far deeper than we realised and how one business is using robot waiters to combat the staff shortage. Plus we tell you about a new feature that can turn your selfies into videos of the undead.

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