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Dmitry Rogozin proposes to nationalize enterprises producing components for satellites

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The head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, proposed to nationalize enterprises that produce radiation-resistant electronic components for spacecraft and beyond.

Dmitry Rogozin proposes to nationalize enterprises producing components for satellites

“The topic of satellite construction in our country remains one of the most disturbing, precisely because of the inaccessibility of the radiation-resistant element base. Therefore, I would propose to nationalize this industry and transfer it to the jurisdiction of Roskosmos and Rosatom “– said the general director of Roscosmos.

The head of the state corporation also stressed that the work of JSC “Information satellite systems named after. Academician M.F. Reshetnev” will be a lot. “The only question is the technical feasibility of those areas of activity that we do not have on hand – the same element base. This is our weak spot. We need to sit down together and think about how to solve the problem.”he added.

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6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120. Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

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6000 mAh 101 inch screen thin metal body 8 megapixel camera and

Teclast P30 Air tablet computer introduced in China. The novelty turned out to be inexpensive – they ask for $ 120 for it (with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory), but at the same time it is equipped with a GPS receiver, an LTE modem and two SIM card slots.

6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120.  Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

Teclast P30 Air is based on the MediaTek Helio P22 single-chip platform with an 8-core processor, and the software platform is Android 12.

6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120.  Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

The tablet is equipped with a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, a microSD card slot, a 5-megapixel front camera and an 8-megapixel main camera, as well as stereo speakers. The thickness of the device is 7.8 mm, the battery capacity is 6000 mAh.

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The Nintendo Switch Lite has a cheap competitor. Retroid Pocket 3 Handheld Game Console Launched With 4.7″ Screen, Quad-Core Processor And Android 11

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The Nintendo Switch Lite has a cheap competitor Retroid Pocket

Retroid has unveiled the Pocket 3 handheld game console with a design similar to that of the Nintendo Switch Lite. The novelty is inexpensive ($120 for the version with 2 GB of RAM and $130 for the version with 3 GB of RAM), but the performance is far from impressive.

The Nintendo Switch Lite has a cheap competitor.  Retroid Pocket 3 Handheld Game Console Launched With 4.7

So, the configuration of the Retroid Pocket 3 includes a screen with a diagonal of 4.7 inches and a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels (frame rate – standard 60 Hz). The hardware platform is based on the SoC Unisoc Tiger T310 with one Arm Cortex-A75 core at 2.0 GHz and three Arm Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8 GHz. The GPU is PowerVR GE8300.

The Nintendo Switch Lite has a cheap competitor.  Retroid Pocket 3 Handheld Game Console Launched With 4.7

The console runs Android 11. It is endowed with an HDMI video output (the maximum resolution of the broadcast picture is 720p), a 4000 mAh battery, a standard headphone jack, and a pair of speakers. Sales of new items will start on August 20, while pre-orders are being accepted.

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Today’s launch of Indian satellites ended in failure: the rocket put them into an elliptical orbit instead of a circular one

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Todays launch of Indian satellites ended in failure the rocket

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said the satellites launched today by the new SSLV-D1 launch vehicle are “no longer usable” and have been placed in an elliptical instead of a circular orbit.

Today's launch of Indian satellites ended in failure: the rocket put them into an elliptical orbit instead of a circular one

SSLV-D1 launches satellites into elliptical orbit [с апогеем] 356 km and [перигеем] 76 km instead of a circular orbit of 356 km. Satellites can no longer be used“, – reported in ISRO. “Committee will analyze and make recommendations“, – added in the department, indicating that “ISRO will be back soon with SSLV-D2“.

The carrier rocket was launched from the spaceport on the island of Sriharikota with two satellites – a student satellite and an Earth remote sensing satellite. SSLV-D1 is a new small-sized launch vehicle with a payload capacity of 500 kg designed to launch satellites into low earth orbit (500 km).

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