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The 200MP Redmi Note 12 Pro+ is available for purchase in Europe. Features like the Chinese version, but one can only dream of a Chinese price

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The 200-megapixel Redmi Note 12 Pro + debuted in China at the end of October last year, and only now the novelty has reached European retailers. Alas, it got much more expensive: if in China for the Redmi Note 12 Pro + in the 8/256 GB configuration at the start of sales they asked for $ 290, then the exact same option in Germany is priced at 520 euros. The device has already appeared in the catalogs of local retailers MediMarkt and Saturn with a price of 500 euros.

The 200MP Redmi Note 12 Pro+ is available for purchase in Europe.  Features like the Chinese version, but one can only dream of a Chinese price

In China, the Redmi Note 12 Pro+ still has a version with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of flash memory, which is $30 more than the base one. But in Europe there is no such version.

As for the characteristics of the phone, they are fully consistent with the Chinese version: there is a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC, a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution and a frame rate of 120 Hz, a main camera with 200, 8 and 2 MP sensors, a 5000 mA battery h with 120W fast charging support.

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The updated Hyundai Staria 2024 was presented. It received a 245-horsepower engine with a consumption of only 7.7 l/100 km

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The updated Hyundai Staria 2024 was presented It received a

According to Carscoops, Hyundai has launched the Hyundai Staria 2024 minivan on the home market with a new power plant – a hybrid. It has a 1.6-liter gasoline turbo engine with 180 hp. combined with an electric motor with a power of 73 hp, as well as a 6-speed automatic transmission. The total is 245 hp. and 367 Nm of torque. And in terms of the last parameter, the hybrid is superior to the version with a 3.5-liter V6 engine. And naturally, the hybrid is economical: average consumption is only 7.7 l/100 km, which is quite a bit for a car with a length of 5255 mm and a weight of 2220 kg.

The updated Hyundai Staria 2024 was presented. It received a 245-horsepower engine with a consumption of only 7.7 l/100 km

Externally, the hybrid is no different from the versions with internal combustion engines. This engine is installed on both cargo-passenger versions of Staria (LCV, for 3 or 5 people) and passenger versions (Tourer, for 9 or 11 seats). The car is equipped with a digital instrument panel, a media system with a 10.25-inch screen, climate control, ventilated and heated seats, and parking sensors.

The updated Hyundai Staria 2024 was presented. It received a 245-horsepower engine with a consumption of only 7.7 l/100 km

The cost of the hybrid Hyundai Staria 2024 is $25,711 (LCV version) or $27,364 (Tourer). Over time, a car with a new power plant will appear in foreign markets outside of South Korea.

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Representatives of Virgin Galactic are confident that the incident during the flight of Galactic 06 will not affect the launch schedule of Galactic 07

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Virgin Galactic said it does not expect a delay to its next suborbital launch, which could be caused by an investigation into an issue that arose on its last flight. The company emphasized that its current focus is on developing next-generation aircraft.

Representatives of Virgin Galactic are confident that the incident during the flight of Galactic 06 will not affect the launch schedule of Galactic 07

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As part of its earnings call released Feb. 27, Virgin Galactic executives said that despite the Galactic 06 launch incident on Jan. 26, they remain committed to a successful launch of the Galactic 07 mission in the second quarter of this year. A few minutes after Unity took off, the alignment pin on the VMS Eve carrier fell out. On February 5, the company notified the Federal Aviation Administration of the incident.

“We do not expect any detrimental impact to the Galactic 07 schedule. The investigation, in cooperation with the FAA, is progressing very well,” said Mike Moses, president of space operations for Virgin Galactic.

For now, the company has decided not to disclose the names of customers or the exact launch date of Galactic 07.

Galactic 07 may be VSS Unity’s last flight. In November, the company announced its intention to stop operating it in mid-2024. Instead, the company plans to focus on developing more advanced Delta-class suborbital vehicles. These include both Galactic 06 and Galactic 07 in the first and second quarters, respectively, and the expected Galactic 08 in the middle of the year. These devices will offer more comfortable space and flights for passengers.

Following the successful completion of VSS Unity’s latest flights, the company hopes to maximize revenue. According to a statement from Michael Colglaser, Virgin Galactic’s chief executive, the company expects the average revenue per seat on the Galactic 07 mission to exceed $800,000, and a significant number of seats have already been sold for around $1,000,000. The company is not actively selling seats at this time. but offers reserved ones to its regular customers at a special price of $600,000.

Colglaser also reported on ongoing progress in the development of the Delta class aircraft. The aircraft are being prepared for ground and flight tests next year, and commercial operation in 2026. The internal design of the Delta will be significantly different from the VSS Unity, and the use of high-temperature composites will reduce weight, resulting in space for up to six passengers. In addition, it is planned to increase the frequency of flights – up to eight times a month, compared to one flight per month on VSS Unity.

Virgin Galactic executives are extremely optimistic about the company’s long-term future. They hope to transition to Delta-class craft in the near future to increase their market share in commercial space tourism. A fleet of four to five spaceplanes and two core aircraft could support 300 to 400 flights per year, generating revenue of more than $1 billion per year. These flights will serve a market of about 300,000 people worldwide, the company estimates based on its own research.

The company is already considering expanding its operations to other facilities in the United States or abroad, and is also planning development of its Spaceport America.

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The Odyssey space module was damaged during landing on the Moon, but it works

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The Odyssey space module was damaged during landing on the

The first private US lunar module encountered a landing accident. Representatives of the company Intuitive Machines, which developed the landing module, announced that the spacecraft, called Odyssey, damaged one of its legs and capsized. The incident caused difficulties in ensuring communications and providing the module with electricity. Currently, the module continues to function, but it is expected that communication may be lost in the near future.

The Odyssey space module was damaged during landing on the Moon, but it works

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Intuitive Machines CEO Steve Altemus said Odyssey is still powered by the sun, but it needs to prepare for a loss of connectivity in the near term. The command center decided to give the module some time to “rest” during the cold lunar night, hoping that restoration of communication would be possible as soon as it ended.

The mission’s chief scientist, Tim Crane, raised concerns about problems with electronics and batteries in the extreme cold of the lunar night. He equated it to leaving an electronic device in the cold in Antarctica for 14 nights.

The landing accident was due to a last-minute change in the module’s navigation system: from the lander’s inactive navigation system, the team had to switch to NASA’s experimental guidance lasers, which were originally intended to be the payload for the experiments. The spacecraft flew 1.5 kilometers past the intended landing region and ended up at a higher altitude than expected. As a result, the module descended too quickly and collided with the lunar surface harder than expected. Standing upright in the first moments, the module’s engine was activated, and then it slowly descended onto a small slope.

The Odyssey space module was damaged during landing on the Moon, but it works

Source: Intuitive Machines

However, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson praised the success of the mission, noting that all six of the space agency’s experiments on the module continued to operate for six days after landing. However, he noted that there is a significant difference between landing a crew and landing a group of instruments.

Intuitive Machines received $118,000,000 from NASA to perform experiments in the moon’s mountainous and poorly lit south polar region. This is where NASA plans to send astronauts in the future as part of the Artemis program.

The Odyssey carried an Apollo-era American flag to the Moon as well as items from clients, including new insulation fabric from Columbia Sportswear, mini-sculptures by artist Jeff Koons, and cameras from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. They had to “eject” and take photographs of the module landing process. However, they were thrown out late on Tuesday.

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