This was the eight in a series of tests conducted to ensure the vehicle makes a safe atmospheric entry while returning from deep-space missions.
SpaceX plans to use the same vehicle for its Mars colonization mission.
The experiments, conducted during Obama administration, led to many deaths, the Georgian minister said.
The supernova explosion was witnessed more than six years ago, but the flash from its remnants is still visible.
The experiment, set to launch later this year, could lead to the development of novel therapies to treat muscle disorders on Earth.
The hole was detected in the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft of the station Aug. 30 and was immediately fixed by the astronauts.
Scientists have two separate computer simulations to explain how these bodies remain active over various orbits.
The shake-up occurred much earlier than previously thought, according to findings of the latest work.
The cavities won't be affecting the upcoming rocket launch from the spaceport, Roscosmos said.
The discovery was made when a neural network was trained to recognize FRBs in five hours' worth of observations made by the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia.
Living well beyond the reach of bigger predators, the newly-discovered snailfish lives as the top hunter in the region.
This is one of the three machines used by the Boring Company to dig and build a vast tunnel network.
In 2006, the International Astronomical Union, a global body responsible for planetary classification, took away Pluto's designation of solar system's ninth planet.
The first stage of the rocket returned back safely and landed on droneship — Of Course I Still Love You.
Until now, it was believed these sharks consumed seagrass only by mistake!
The first OneSpace launch occurred in the month of May when OS-X, a precursor of the recently launched vehicle, took to the skies.
The bright and dark swirls spotted on several parts of the lunar surface occur from a magnetic anomaly.
NASA released a composite image of the structure created from optical and X-ray views captured by Hubble and Chandra telescopes.
The exoplanet was found using the data returned by NASA's Kepler Space Telescope in the month of May.
According to sources cited by Russian news agency RIA Novosti, no assembly activity inside the International Space Station required using a drill.
The phenomenon was spotted by NASA's Cassini spacecraft when Saturn's North Pole approached summer season.
Researchers observed as many as 26 red supergiant stars to study their initial flashes or shock breakouts.
The researchers found the traces in ancient potsherds uncovered from two Neolithic villages in Croatia.
Scientists combined data from two different surveys to pin down the physical property behind the varying brightness of active galactic nuclei.
In the first test, the system went up to an altitude of 85,000 feet in just one and a half hours.
Nanoflares occur on a massive scale in the solar atmosphere and heat the plasma to several million degrees.
The 2mm-wide hole appeared on the station a few days back and prompted the crew to make repairs.
The effort would help astronauts and spaceflight engineers make the most of the operations on the surface of Moon or Mars.
The technology, when fully realized, could prove critical to cutting down the cost of launching satellite and cargo into space.
The technique could be the key to produce hydrogen fuel as an unlimited source of renewable energy in the future.