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akshay kadam 2021-11-16
The report presents the analysis of Respiratory Devices Market for the historical period of 2016-2020 and the forecast period of 2021-2026. Competitive Landscape and Global Market Share Analysis:The major players covered in Respiratory Devices Market are: Resmed, Philips Healthcare, Medtronic, Carefusion, GE Healthcare, Teijin Pharma, Drager Medical, Fisher & Paykel, MEKICS, Weinmann, Air Liquide, Maquet, SLE Ltd, Hamilton Medical, eVent Medical, DeVilbiss, Apex Medical. Browse Complete Research Report:https://www. com/reports/global-respiratory-devices-marketMarket segmentation:The report analyses Respiratory Devices Market Product TypeHospitals/ClinicsHouseholdOther (In army, Outer space, etc. )The report assesses the Respiratory Devices Market end userInvasiveNon-invasiveInquire for Free Sample Report:https://www.
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Jyoti Waghmare 2021-11-05
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The global ECG Equipment Market size is expected to value at USD 6.3 billion by 2022.

However, strict laws and guidelines adopted by regional governments and lack of availability of skilled professionals are restricting the market growth, in the recent years.Changing lifestyle and varying eating habits have steered rising occurrence cardio-vascular diseases among young as well as elderly population.

The common factors such as ever-growing pollution with the rapid industrialization and urbanization, are contributing to the respirational disorder, attributing to the demand for ECG equipment.An ECG equipment offers smart diagnosis based treatment with the help of highly accurate diagnosis of physiological parameters in the real-time.

The ECG systems provide highly accurate test results that helps in further treatment of patients suffering from cardo-vascular disorders.

Globally, the ECG equipment industry is predicted to grow at higher CAGR in the forecast period, providing numerous opportunities for market players to invest for research and development in the ECG equipment market.ECG monitoring alongside multiple sensor data fusion techniques are typical methodologies implemented to enhance system capabilities by utilizing integral redundancy in data with the help of a sensor and signal processing.

The application of the electrocardiogram (ECG) equipment includes intensive care units, battlefield medical facility and outer-space operations.

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Thomas Nye 2016-10-05
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A screen grab from No Man s Sky.

No Man s Sky, the huge outer space survival video game, has been embroiled in controversy ever since it came out in August.

Since day one, players have been frustrated by the developers lack of clarity regarding the presence of multiplayer or lack thereof , and the stark difference between the game s early trailers and the released product.

Many feel that lead developer Sean Murray was misleading when he spoke about the game s features in the months and years before it came out.

That controversy has reached a new peak, as the British Advertising Standards Authority ASA has launched an investigation into the game s advertisements after receiving enough complaints to warrant a look.

Specifically, the investigation will look at the game s page on the Steam storefront, which features trailers and screenshots that players believe do not represent the final product.

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Phillip Willis 2017-01-06
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Videos of the strange encounter have been posted and shared online

After years of waiting, a player of the Elite Dangerous game seems to have encountered its mysterious aliens.

Gamer DP Sayre recorded a video of his encounter with a massive, flower-shaped organic craft late on 5 January.

Other players of the space exploration and trading game have grabbed videos of similar meetings in deep space.

The encounter ends a three-year hunt by players for signs of belligerent aliens known as Thargoids that featured in the game's earlier versions.

Hints about the eventual appearance of Thargoids have been dropped regularly since the game launched in 2014.

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Brian Christy 2017-07-11
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Humans will make outer space dirty.

The Office of Planetary Protection, for example, exists to protect the Earth from potential life on other planets—but they also have to protect other planets from us.

So it’s important to know exactly how we impact the environments we intrude on.

A team of NASA researchers is trying to recreate the environment on the space station to see exactly how humans impact what microorganisms colonise space habitats.

Despite only four human occupants, it was clear that the mere presence of people changed the kinds of species that took up residence.

That’ll be especially important to know when people actually live in these habitats in space.

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Randy Rowald 2017-01-09

MAHIA PENINSULA, New Zealand—The next generation of satellite executives dream of firing a rocket a week into the skies.

But they re running up against an unusual problem for star trekkers.

We went to all the launch ranges in America, said Peter Beck, a wiry-haired engineer who a decade ago founded Calif.-based aerospace company Rocket Lab.

They just didn t allow the frequency that we needed in order to make space...

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Jacqueline Cleghorn 2017-11-03
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The pyramid’s known rooms include the queen’s chamber—where they installed the panels—the king’s chamber with its looted sarcophagus, and a sloping, high-ceilinged room known as the Grand Gallery.

The group announced a discovery on Thursday.

Because they don’t know the intended purpose of the space, they won’t call it a “chamber,” preferring to call it a “void.” “The void is there,” said Mehdi Tayoubi, the president of the Heritage Innovation Preservation Institute, during a press conference.

For one thing, the group isn’t made up of traditional mummy-curating Egypt experts.

Muons can shoot through half a mile of rock.

The film, whose design efforts were led by physicist Kunihiro Morishima of Nagoya University, consisted of a thin layer of silver bromide, the same chemical on traditional photography film.

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Phillip Willis 2017-11-09
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Forget about digital platforms and the iPhone X.

The place where brands need to be next is outer space—that dark, mysterious, omnipresent abyss more often associated with satellites and star fighters than marketing messages.

That was the takeaway from Sparks & Honey’s space-themed “culture briefing” this week.

It’s been described as the final frontier, the next odyssey,” said the agency’s director of cultural systems Merlin Ward in the session’s opening.

The day’s co-moderator added that it’s an area the agency “thought we should pay attention to.”

According to Sparks & Honey’s own research, the current global space economy is worth $329 billion, and 36 percent of Americans say they are more willing to buy a product somehow tied to outer space—NASA T-shirts included.

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David Harrison 2018-05-22
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I want to believe the conclusions of a new paper that says octopuses are actually space aliens whose frozen eggs first came to Earth aboard an icy meteor.

I want to believe that humans, too, are aliens — the final descendants of an extraterrestrial virus that crashed to Earth 540 million years ago and sent evolution spiraling into wild new directions.

I want to believe that the universe is one giant biosphere, tossing the same building blocks of life from planet to planet in a never-ending game of cosmic hot potato.

Because right now, there is still almost no evidence for any of this.

[7 Theories on the Origin of Life]

Still, that did not stop a team of 33 authors from publishing a recent peer-reviewed paper that hypothesized all of these things and more.

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Eric Calvillo 2018-06-27
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Remember the ‘Oumuamua space object?

The mysterious rock appeared late last year, confusing researchers who weren’t quite sure what it was.

That kicked off months of investigation, slowly revealing details about the rock and its potential origins.

Many have referred to ‘Oumuamua as an asteroid, but a new study has something else to say on the matter.

Turns out, ‘Oumuamua is actually a comet.

Despite initial hopes from certain pockets of the popular, ‘Oumuamua hasn’t turned out to be an alien space ship.

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Carl Dechant 2017-08-31
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“Most companies are outer space companies.

They just don’t know it yet.”

That’s how Ogilvy & Mather New York account director Ben Levine explains his agency’s newfound fascination with all things happening beyond our own fragile atmosphere.

It’s not just Elon Musk trying to colonize Mars: more businesses will soon enter the space space, and Ogilvy wants to help them get there as quickly as possible … if not quite faster than the speed of sound.

Earlier this year, Ogilvy worldwide CEO and chairman John Seifert laid out his vision of the organization’s “next chapter” amid a series of restructuring announcements.

Levine and his team saw this as a call to explore employees’ passions and “go after a type of client that we normally wouldn’t in a growing industry.”

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Lillie Snow 2017-02-23
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The reason outer space is so cold is because cold is what you get when there is no source of heat nearby.

At our distance from the sun, if you put, say, a Mac Truck in space, the side facing the sun will quickly get hot enough to burn you.

The reason is obvious: sunlight contains energy, and in near-Earth space, there is no atmosphere to filter that energy, so it’s even more intense than it is down here.

Now, on Earth, if you put something out in the sun, it warms up.

Space is like a giant thermos, a perfect insulator, so our hypothetical truck won’t just heat up to a 140 degrees like a strip of asphalt on Earth—it’ll heat up to more like two hundred and fifty degrees.

Except space isn’t quite a perfect insulator after all.

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Willie Edwards 2017-08-03
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I've made a living speaking to experts and writing about it for more than a decade, and I've read obsessively on the topic for much longer than that.

Here are some of the most common myths, misconceptions, and inaccuracies I've encountered that should be thrown into a black hole.

MYTH: The sun is yellow.

The gases bend the light in an effect called Rayleigh scattering, which is what also makes the sky appear blue and causes sunsets to blaze into brilliant oranges and reds.

The asteroid belt — a zone 200 million to 300 million miles from the sun — is an incredibly lonely and desolate void.

In fact, if you pulled all the asteroids in that belt together, they'd be only about 4% of the mass of Earth's moon.

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Scott Mayle 2017-09-26
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A team of astronomers and a number of outer space enthusiasts have joined forces to investigate whether we’re alone in the universe.

As part of the PLANETS Foundation, these scientists are working to create a revolutionary exoplanet telescope designed specifically to search for nearby planets and scan them for signs of life.

In April, the team sought funding for the first of three phases of the telescope, and raised more than double its goal of $20,000 to implement features like advanced polishing and ultra-thin mirrors.

Now, the team is seeking funding for its second phase, the ExoLife Finder.

PLANETS is short for Polarized Light from Atmospheres of Nearby Extraterrestrial Systems.

Designed from the ground up, the new ExoLife Finder will be capable of seeing exoplanets some 24 light years (120 trillion miles) away.

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Belinda Miller 2017-07-23
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Right now, as you read these words, there’s a galactic gold rush brewing that will make 1940s California look like a rehearsal dinner.

On the moon alone, quadrillions of dollars of interplanetary paydirt are at stake.

In other words, whoever gets to the moon first not only gets unfettered access to its resources, but also millions of dollars just for arriving first.

Similarly, the European Space Agency has developed a synthetic regolith that, when mixed with magnesium oxide, yields a material with 3D printing potential.

“We go to the moon not because it is easy, but because it is profitable,” jokes Naveen Jain, co-founder and chairman of Moon Express, invoking John F. Kennedy’s famous Rice University moon speech.

To compete for the $20 million first-place prize, all a privately funded company needs to do is successfully place a spacecraft on the moon, travel 500 meters across the lunar surface, while transmitting high-definition images and video back to Earth.

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Steven Kopicko 2017-04-04
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With everyone in such a rush to get the hell off this planet, we’re gonna need some pretty sophisticated digs to ferry us to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

Thankfully, Boeing’s all over it: On April 3rd, the company revealed its concepts for a lunar outpost and a deep space explorer.

I’m not one to dole out compliments but damn do they look good.

While details are still pretty thin on the timeline for these bad boys, there are a few things we know for sure: Boeing plans to use NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS)—which, upon completion, will be the most powerful rocket the agency has ever built—in order to send a habitat into the Moon’s orbit.

This outpost, dubbed the Deep Space Gateway, will be similar to the International Space Station (ISS) in that it will create a space to do scientific research while providing a destination for transportation vehicles to dock.

In theory, Boeing’s Deep Space Transport vehicle could stop there on its way to the Red Planet, likely carrying humans.

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akshay kadam 2021-11-16
The report presents the analysis of Respiratory Devices Market for the historical period of 2016-2020 and the forecast period of 2021-2026. Competitive Landscape and Global Market Share Analysis:The major players covered in Respiratory Devices Market are: Resmed, Philips Healthcare, Medtronic, Carefusion, GE Healthcare, Teijin Pharma, Drager Medical, Fisher & Paykel, MEKICS, Weinmann, Air Liquide, Maquet, SLE Ltd, Hamilton Medical, eVent Medical, DeVilbiss, Apex Medical. Browse Complete Research Report:https://www. com/reports/global-respiratory-devices-marketMarket segmentation:The report analyses Respiratory Devices Market Product TypeHospitals/ClinicsHouseholdOther (In army, Outer space, etc. )The report assesses the Respiratory Devices Market end userInvasiveNon-invasiveInquire for Free Sample Report:https://www.
Thomas Nye 2016-10-05
img

A screen grab from No Man s Sky.

No Man s Sky, the huge outer space survival video game, has been embroiled in controversy ever since it came out in August.

Since day one, players have been frustrated by the developers lack of clarity regarding the presence of multiplayer or lack thereof , and the stark difference between the game s early trailers and the released product.

Many feel that lead developer Sean Murray was misleading when he spoke about the game s features in the months and years before it came out.

That controversy has reached a new peak, as the British Advertising Standards Authority ASA has launched an investigation into the game s advertisements after receiving enough complaints to warrant a look.

Specifically, the investigation will look at the game s page on the Steam storefront, which features trailers and screenshots that players believe do not represent the final product.

Brian Christy 2017-07-11
img

Humans will make outer space dirty.

The Office of Planetary Protection, for example, exists to protect the Earth from potential life on other planets—but they also have to protect other planets from us.

So it’s important to know exactly how we impact the environments we intrude on.

A team of NASA researchers is trying to recreate the environment on the space station to see exactly how humans impact what microorganisms colonise space habitats.

Despite only four human occupants, it was clear that the mere presence of people changed the kinds of species that took up residence.

That’ll be especially important to know when people actually live in these habitats in space.

Jacqueline Cleghorn 2017-11-03
img

The pyramid’s known rooms include the queen’s chamber—where they installed the panels—the king’s chamber with its looted sarcophagus, and a sloping, high-ceilinged room known as the Grand Gallery.

The group announced a discovery on Thursday.

Because they don’t know the intended purpose of the space, they won’t call it a “chamber,” preferring to call it a “void.” “The void is there,” said Mehdi Tayoubi, the president of the Heritage Innovation Preservation Institute, during a press conference.

For one thing, the group isn’t made up of traditional mummy-curating Egypt experts.

Muons can shoot through half a mile of rock.

The film, whose design efforts were led by physicist Kunihiro Morishima of Nagoya University, consisted of a thin layer of silver bromide, the same chemical on traditional photography film.

David Harrison 2018-05-22
img

I want to believe the conclusions of a new paper that says octopuses are actually space aliens whose frozen eggs first came to Earth aboard an icy meteor.

I want to believe that humans, too, are aliens — the final descendants of an extraterrestrial virus that crashed to Earth 540 million years ago and sent evolution spiraling into wild new directions.

I want to believe that the universe is one giant biosphere, tossing the same building blocks of life from planet to planet in a never-ending game of cosmic hot potato.

Because right now, there is still almost no evidence for any of this.

[7 Theories on the Origin of Life]

Still, that did not stop a team of 33 authors from publishing a recent peer-reviewed paper that hypothesized all of these things and more.

Carl Dechant 2017-08-31
img

“Most companies are outer space companies.

They just don’t know it yet.”

That’s how Ogilvy & Mather New York account director Ben Levine explains his agency’s newfound fascination with all things happening beyond our own fragile atmosphere.

It’s not just Elon Musk trying to colonize Mars: more businesses will soon enter the space space, and Ogilvy wants to help them get there as quickly as possible … if not quite faster than the speed of sound.

Earlier this year, Ogilvy worldwide CEO and chairman John Seifert laid out his vision of the organization’s “next chapter” amid a series of restructuring announcements.

Levine and his team saw this as a call to explore employees’ passions and “go after a type of client that we normally wouldn’t in a growing industry.”

Willie Edwards 2017-08-03
img

I've made a living speaking to experts and writing about it for more than a decade, and I've read obsessively on the topic for much longer than that.

Here are some of the most common myths, misconceptions, and inaccuracies I've encountered that should be thrown into a black hole.

MYTH: The sun is yellow.

The gases bend the light in an effect called Rayleigh scattering, which is what also makes the sky appear blue and causes sunsets to blaze into brilliant oranges and reds.

The asteroid belt — a zone 200 million to 300 million miles from the sun — is an incredibly lonely and desolate void.

In fact, if you pulled all the asteroids in that belt together, they'd be only about 4% of the mass of Earth's moon.

Belinda Miller 2017-07-23
img

Right now, as you read these words, there’s a galactic gold rush brewing that will make 1940s California look like a rehearsal dinner.

On the moon alone, quadrillions of dollars of interplanetary paydirt are at stake.

In other words, whoever gets to the moon first not only gets unfettered access to its resources, but also millions of dollars just for arriving first.

Similarly, the European Space Agency has developed a synthetic regolith that, when mixed with magnesium oxide, yields a material with 3D printing potential.

“We go to the moon not because it is easy, but because it is profitable,” jokes Naveen Jain, co-founder and chairman of Moon Express, invoking John F. Kennedy’s famous Rice University moon speech.

To compete for the $20 million first-place prize, all a privately funded company needs to do is successfully place a spacecraft on the moon, travel 500 meters across the lunar surface, while transmitting high-definition images and video back to Earth.

Jyoti Waghmare 2021-11-05
img

The global ECG Equipment Market size is expected to value at USD 6.3 billion by 2022.

However, strict laws and guidelines adopted by regional governments and lack of availability of skilled professionals are restricting the market growth, in the recent years.Changing lifestyle and varying eating habits have steered rising occurrence cardio-vascular diseases among young as well as elderly population.

The common factors such as ever-growing pollution with the rapid industrialization and urbanization, are contributing to the respirational disorder, attributing to the demand for ECG equipment.An ECG equipment offers smart diagnosis based treatment with the help of highly accurate diagnosis of physiological parameters in the real-time.

The ECG systems provide highly accurate test results that helps in further treatment of patients suffering from cardo-vascular disorders.

Globally, the ECG equipment industry is predicted to grow at higher CAGR in the forecast period, providing numerous opportunities for market players to invest for research and development in the ECG equipment market.ECG monitoring alongside multiple sensor data fusion techniques are typical methodologies implemented to enhance system capabilities by utilizing integral redundancy in data with the help of a sensor and signal processing.

The application of the electrocardiogram (ECG) equipment includes intensive care units, battlefield medical facility and outer-space operations.

Phillip Willis 2017-01-06
img

Videos of the strange encounter have been posted and shared online

After years of waiting, a player of the Elite Dangerous game seems to have encountered its mysterious aliens.

Gamer DP Sayre recorded a video of his encounter with a massive, flower-shaped organic craft late on 5 January.

Other players of the space exploration and trading game have grabbed videos of similar meetings in deep space.

The encounter ends a three-year hunt by players for signs of belligerent aliens known as Thargoids that featured in the game's earlier versions.

Hints about the eventual appearance of Thargoids have been dropped regularly since the game launched in 2014.

Randy Rowald 2017-01-09

MAHIA PENINSULA, New Zealand—The next generation of satellite executives dream of firing a rocket a week into the skies.

But they re running up against an unusual problem for star trekkers.

We went to all the launch ranges in America, said Peter Beck, a wiry-haired engineer who a decade ago founded Calif.-based aerospace company Rocket Lab.

They just didn t allow the frequency that we needed in order to make space...

Phillip Willis 2017-11-09
img

Forget about digital platforms and the iPhone X.

The place where brands need to be next is outer space—that dark, mysterious, omnipresent abyss more often associated with satellites and star fighters than marketing messages.

That was the takeaway from Sparks & Honey’s space-themed “culture briefing” this week.

It’s been described as the final frontier, the next odyssey,” said the agency’s director of cultural systems Merlin Ward in the session’s opening.

The day’s co-moderator added that it’s an area the agency “thought we should pay attention to.”

According to Sparks & Honey’s own research, the current global space economy is worth $329 billion, and 36 percent of Americans say they are more willing to buy a product somehow tied to outer space—NASA T-shirts included.

Eric Calvillo 2018-06-27
img

Remember the ‘Oumuamua space object?

The mysterious rock appeared late last year, confusing researchers who weren’t quite sure what it was.

That kicked off months of investigation, slowly revealing details about the rock and its potential origins.

Many have referred to ‘Oumuamua as an asteroid, but a new study has something else to say on the matter.

Turns out, ‘Oumuamua is actually a comet.

Despite initial hopes from certain pockets of the popular, ‘Oumuamua hasn’t turned out to be an alien space ship.

Lillie Snow 2017-02-23
img

The reason outer space is so cold is because cold is what you get when there is no source of heat nearby.

At our distance from the sun, if you put, say, a Mac Truck in space, the side facing the sun will quickly get hot enough to burn you.

The reason is obvious: sunlight contains energy, and in near-Earth space, there is no atmosphere to filter that energy, so it’s even more intense than it is down here.

Now, on Earth, if you put something out in the sun, it warms up.

Space is like a giant thermos, a perfect insulator, so our hypothetical truck won’t just heat up to a 140 degrees like a strip of asphalt on Earth—it’ll heat up to more like two hundred and fifty degrees.

Except space isn’t quite a perfect insulator after all.

Scott Mayle 2017-09-26
img

A team of astronomers and a number of outer space enthusiasts have joined forces to investigate whether we’re alone in the universe.

As part of the PLANETS Foundation, these scientists are working to create a revolutionary exoplanet telescope designed specifically to search for nearby planets and scan them for signs of life.

In April, the team sought funding for the first of three phases of the telescope, and raised more than double its goal of $20,000 to implement features like advanced polishing and ultra-thin mirrors.

Now, the team is seeking funding for its second phase, the ExoLife Finder.

PLANETS is short for Polarized Light from Atmospheres of Nearby Extraterrestrial Systems.

Designed from the ground up, the new ExoLife Finder will be capable of seeing exoplanets some 24 light years (120 trillion miles) away.

Steven Kopicko 2017-04-04
img

With everyone in such a rush to get the hell off this planet, we’re gonna need some pretty sophisticated digs to ferry us to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

Thankfully, Boeing’s all over it: On April 3rd, the company revealed its concepts for a lunar outpost and a deep space explorer.

I’m not one to dole out compliments but damn do they look good.

While details are still pretty thin on the timeline for these bad boys, there are a few things we know for sure: Boeing plans to use NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS)—which, upon completion, will be the most powerful rocket the agency has ever built—in order to send a habitat into the Moon’s orbit.

This outpost, dubbed the Deep Space Gateway, will be similar to the International Space Station (ISS) in that it will create a space to do scientific research while providing a destination for transportation vehicles to dock.

In theory, Boeing’s Deep Space Transport vehicle could stop there on its way to the Red Planet, likely carrying humans.