Space exploration

Watch: ISRO completes crucial Solid Rocket Booster test for human spaceflight

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully completed the first static test firing of its “HS200” rocket booster at 7:20 a.m. Friday at the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. This booster is a modified and human-adapted version of the existing “S200” booster that is used on the Indian space …

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A young engineer dedicates his talents and passion to Chinese space exploration

02:12 Huang Zhen, 39, is one of the youngest deputy chief designers working on China’s manned space program. He conquered a number of key technologies in just a few years with his teammates and was awarded the May 4 Chinese Youth Medal on Tuesday. The talented engineer said his space …

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Pottstown GoFourth fireworks and street fair will be space-themed

POTTSTOWN – Sometimes throwing a big party means finding the best space. Organizers of the GoFourth celebrations believe they did just that last year when they moved the celebration to a downtown street fair after the iconic Independence Day parade. And the folks bringing the Challenger Learning Center to the …

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The future of space travel?

How are we going to send it into space? A good plan would be to deploy parts into low Earth orbit via spacecraft. Astronauts will assemble the parts in low Earth orbit and the entire structure will be sent into geosynchronous orbit. It would be simpler and less risky than …

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SpaceX just completed its fastest-ever Dragon astronaut journey to the space station

SpaceX just set a new record for its fastest Dragon astronaut journey to date. Elon Musk’s spaceflight company launched four Crew-4 astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA in less than 16 hours Wednesday (April 27), the shortest flight time since SpaceX began crewed flights in 2020. “This is …

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United Nations stamps celebrate historic period of Mars exploration

By David Hartwig Three recent missions to destinations on and around Mars marked a historic period of exploration of the Red Planet. An April 24 issue of the United Nations Postal Administration celebrates these achievements. The Planet Mars set includes six stamps (two for each UN post office), each in …

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Military Drones Market Size, Outlook and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – the Military drone market The research report offers comprehensive coverage of the Military Drones Market over the forecast period 2022-2029. It provides historical, current and future market trends to help develop a robust market strategy. Additionally, it provides an analysis of the value chain, key …

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NASA doctor ‘holoported’ into space in tech experiment

A doctor from the American space agency NASA made a virtual visit the International Space Station (ISS) after being “holoported” by technology. Dr. Josef Schmid and several others took the virtual trip last October. NASA recently announced the results of the experiment. The agency said it was the first time …

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NASA makes a new alloy 1000 times stronger thanks to 3D printing

NASA’s newly developed metal alloy will be used in aviation, and space exploration is up to 1,000 times stronger than advanced alloys it has made in the past, the space agency said. in a press release. To counter the formidable challenges of launch missions, NASA is always on the lookout …

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Here’s how NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter spent 1 year on Mars

A year ago, Ingenuity made its first flight to Mars. And its story since is that of a small real-world helicopter that could. Ingenuity traveled to the Red Planet attached to the belly of NASA’s Perseverance rover, and both arrived in Jezero Crater last February (SN: 02/17/21). About six weeks …

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Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $43 billion

Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter. The billionaire founder and CEO of SpaceX, who also heads Tesla, announced his offer to buy the social media company on Thursday (April 14) – on the Twitter platform itself – and shared a link to the filing of the Securities and Exchange Commission …

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What to know about NASA’s Psyche mission targeting Metal Astroid – NBC Los Angeles

An upcoming NASA JPL mission is set to launch in August and will mark a milestone in space exploration: the Psyche mission will be the first time the space agency has sent a probe to a world made mostly of metal, rather than rock. and ice cream. The “metal-rich asteroid” …

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From Everest to Space Travel: The Cost and Sacrifices of Realizing These Extraordinary Dreams

Cork explorer and adventurer Pat Falvey has climbed Mount Everest four times and reached the summit twice. He is well aware of the risks associated with climbing Everest. “One of the days I summitted Everest, there were three at the top,” Falvey said. The other day – in 2004 – …

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AIAA statement on the launch of the Axiom 1 (AX-1) mission

AIAA statement on the launch of the Axiom 1 (AX-1) mission Press Release From: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Posted: Friday April 8th 2022 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Executive Director Dan Dumbacher issued the following statement: “On behalf of the AIAA’s 30,000 professional and student members, …

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NASA Receives 8 2022 Webby Award Nominations

Since its inception in 1958, NASA has been mandated by law to publicize its work “to the fullest extent possible.” From typed press releases to analog photos and film, NASA has moved efficiently to social media and other online communications. In 2022, the agency even presented its first interactive graphic …

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Emerging Commercial Space Payload Market Growth, Recent Trends, Industry Analysis, Outlook, Prospects, Share and Forecast Report 2030

The global commercial space payload market size reached USD 32.70 billion in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 5.6% during the forecast period, according to the latest analysis from Emergen Research. Rising number of commercial satellite launches, growing number of space exploration missions and growing demand …

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SG-1 remains the champion of episodic sci-fi

Science fiction thrives on premises. A simple story of two space nations battling each other has been killed off, with the geopolitics of space deeply delved into as an opportunity for aspiring worldbuilders. What did star trek so brilliant was the way its episodic format allowed each episode to explore …

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How does the space propulsion system work and why is it important?

Emerging research logo Growing emphasis on decreasing costs associated with space missions is a significant factor driving the revenue growth of the global market VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, April 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global space propulsion systems market size is expected to reach 19.97 billion in 2028 and register a …

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UW Planetarium celebrates Earth Day in April | News

March 30, 2022 This photo of the Earth and part of the Moon’s surface was taken by astronaut William Anders on December 24, 1968, during the Apollo 8 mission. The UW Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium will celebrate Earth Day with a program on Friday, April 22 at 7 p.m. (UW …

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Satellite Remote Sensing Market Analysis by Top Key Players 2022-2030

New Jersey, United States,-The Satellite Remote Sensing Market reports study a variety of parameters such as raw material, cost, technology, and consumer preference. It also provides important market identification information such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. Satellite Remote Sensing Market Report …

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The Space Foundation did not “strip the honors” of Yuri Gagarin

The claim: The Space Foundation stripped honors from Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin The Space Foundation – an internationally renowned space advocacy nonprofit based in Colorado Springs – found itself at the center of a social media storm after news that it had renamed a fundraiser amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. …

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Reviews | What Russia did in a month will take lives to undo

The Cold War imprinted a permanent image of Soviet enmity on the minds of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers, and rightly so. The West was in constant tension with the USSR through the countless proxy wars, with real threats of armed conflict reaching nuclear levels. The American people had no …

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NASA opens a sample taken from the Moon 50 years ago

NASA has begun the arduous task of opening up one of the last existing samples from the Apollo 17 mission, collected almost 50 years ago by astronauts. For half a century the agency has kept certain tubes sealed under vacuum so that they can be studied years later using the …

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An educational nonprofit cancels the first human to travel in space – because he was Russian

A space-oriented educational nonprofit canceled the first human being to go into space — because he was Russian. The Space Foundation, which, according to its website, provides “a gateway to education, information, and collaboration for space exploration and space-inspired industries,” has changed the name of a symposium from April 3 …

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Medium and Large Satellite Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by Verified Market Research Reports shows that the Medium and large satellite market is expected to grow strongly in the coming years. Analysts have studied market drivers, restraints, risks, and opportunities in the global market. The Medium and Large Satellite market report …

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Order arrived! A startup is developing a suitcase to deliver goods around the world from space

The American company Inversion Space is working on the development of a capsule that will serve as a suitcase and deliver goods anywhere in the world from space. The company has developed a reusable capsule that will be able to travel back and forth in space. (Photo: Investment Space) From …

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Rudolph Herzog on the science and sexology of Last Exit: Space

The idea of ​​leaving Earth to settle somewhere else among the stars has been a popular topic for science fiction storytelling – as well as inspiration for real-world science – for generations now. But how close are we to making it a reality? Filmmaker Rudolph Herzog tries to answer this …

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Eight ways Russia’s war in Ukraine is affecting space exploration

A sector that has always been sheltered from political struggles on the ground is becoming increasingly vulnerable following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Sanctions imposed on Russia by the US, UK, EU and Japan are affecting activities in space, with Russia suspending cooperation with many countries in response to the sanctions. …

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Jane Poynter wants to take you to space – and she doesn’t like the Billionaire Boys’ Rocket Club

“I’ll never forget, I must have written an essay when I was 16,” said Jane Poynter, CEO and co-founder of Space Perspective. Contractor on the occasion of International Women’s Day. “And the subject of the essay – and it was a national essay, it wasn’t just given by my teachers …

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When was NASA created? Here’s how long the spatial organization has been around

NASA has a rich history with many accomplishments. But how long has he been exploring the universe? Here’s what you need to know! Nasa is well known today as one of the biggest names in space exploration, but when was NASA created and how long has the organization been around? …

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Space Travel Literally Rewires Your Brain

Photo Credit: ALFRED PASIEKA/SCIENTIFIC PHOTO LIBRARY – Getty Images An international team of researchers performed brain scans on 12 cosmonauts before and after their space missions and discovered microstructural changes in the brain. Scientists have long searched for answers to a curious illness linked to spaceflight: a type of brain …

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As Spaces moves towards a “normal market”, what impact will this have on the competition?

On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their compelling experience and expertise to map the technology, international politics and scalability that will define the next generation of space exploration. In this episode, Kevin O’Connell discussed his career in government that led him to his …

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Launch of ExoMars 2022 “very unlikely” following Russian sanctions

Roscosmos withdrew from the European spaceport, leaving ESA to find an alternative to Soyuz for its space exploration launches. The European Space Agency (ESA) has been forced to review its cooperation with Russia in light of the recent attacks on Ukraine and the global response. In a statement released today …

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Is it time to sell the moon?

As nations and even private companies prepare to return humans to the moon on a large scale, the question of how commercial activities can be managed on the lunar surface has become more crucial. An attempt to clarify this issue has been published by a free market think tank, the …

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NASA’s Artemis 1 mission and the first launch of the SLS mega-rocket won’t lift off until at least May

Artemis 1, the first of NASA’s new generation of lunar missions, won’t launch until at least the end of May and could slip by in June, according to the space agency. It’s about to lift off atop the massive Space Launch System (SLS) mega-rocket from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, …

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How Starfield Can Be Different From The Outer Worlds and No Man’s Sky

After a long period of silence, Besthesda Softworks, the studio behind the old scrolls franchise, has finally released a new trailer for star fieldan original sci-fi RPG set to release in late 2022. The premise of star field, far future astronauts exploring the frontier of space, is very similar to …

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SunLive – Women in Space on a mission to reach for the stars

Is your future in the stars? If you work in the space sector in New Zealand or someone who wants to, there is a network of Kiwi women committed to achieving stellar goals Women in Space Aotearoa New Zealand is a new organization dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and …

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China presents its space program

China’s Tiangong Space Station.Credit: Xinhua/eyevine China has had a bumper few years in space exploration and its ambitions are about to get bolder. China’s National Space Administration has released an outline of its plans for the next five years, which include launching a robotic craft on an asteroid, building a …

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Persevering students receive messages from Mars, courtesy of NASA

“I read your stories and was so inspired,” Trosper told the kids, adding, “That perseverance, that courage, and that determination — that’s what it takes to be successful.” Learn more about “You have perseverance” The program connects students with the JPL rover team, whose members faced several challenges during the …

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For The Warp, Nintendo Switch pre-order is now available

For the chain is now available for pre-order on Nintendo Switch with a February 23rd release date. Originally released in 2019 on Steam, Portugal-based indie development team Massive Galaxy Studios will see their deck-building roguelike coming to the Nintendo eStore. Giving players another way to explore space in the new …

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Rocket racing with the moon doesn’t belong to SpaceX, report says

The massive rocket hurtling through space on a collision course with the moon does not belong to SpaceX despite previous reports and likely belongs to a spacecraft launched by China in 2014, according to a report on Saturday. Ars Technica first reported on the mysterious object discovered by Bill Gray, …

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When Space Age Designers Went Balls Crazy

A model of the artificial satellite Sputnik 1, 1957; image courtesy of the National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC When Space Age Designers Went Balls CrazyFifteen iconic globe and ball designs from the 1960s and 1970s The period between the early 1960s and early 1970s was marked by an …

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Explained: Geomagnetic Storm That Killed Starlink Satellites

Elon Musk’s Starlink lost dozens of satellites that were caught in a geomagnetic storm a day after their launch on February 3. Up to 40 of the 49 satellites were hit, Starlink said, knocking them out of orbit before they could be put into service. “The second stage of (Rocket) …

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Ultrasonic Exploration and Space Psychology Kick Off ISS Week

Through Nasa February 8, 2022 The International Space Station is pictured from the SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavor during an orbiting lab flyby that took place after it undocked from the space-facing port of the Harmony module on November 8, 2021. Credit: NASA Johnson The Expedition 66 crew kicked off the …

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Watch SpaceX launch a US spy satellite and land a rocket in this riveting drone video

A stunning new video from SpaceX captures what it’s like to watch a rocket launch from the air and then witness the booster return to Earth. The video, captured by a flying SpaceX drone, shows the company’s launch of classified satellite NROL-87 for the US National Reconnaissance Office. The mission …

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Ready for takeoff: UASpace launches a satellite

UASpace’s BAMA-1, a small CubeSat satellite manufactured by Astra, will be launched into space this Saturday, February 5. Nine UA students travel to Cape Canaveral, Florida to witness the launch in person. UASpace members, advisors and supporters can watch the launch via Astra’s live stream starting at 11 a.m. CST. …

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Moonwalk on the podium: discover the creations of the RISD students for the clothes that the astronauts wear during the NASA lunar mission 2025

The latest space news? The Rhode Island School of Design is designing clothes NASA astronauts could wear as they fly to the moon on the Artemis mission, which is currently scheduled for liftoff in 2025. NASA’s last manned lunar landing was the Apollo 17 mission in 1972. For Artemis, the …

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Best games like Chorus | Screen Rant

The space combat game 2021 Chorus dives into the interstellar adventures of Nara, a warrior belonging to a cult that has wronged her. As she becomes a fugitive, she travels through deep space seeking revenge. Besides the usual cosmic flight and weaponry, Chorus adds a mythical element to it with …

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NATO warns space satellites are ‘priority targets’ for enemies

NATO member states said in a report that space satellites essential for waging wars are “high priority targets” for enemy attacks. He also raised fears that sophisticated terrorist groups or criminals planned to “target satellite navigation and commercial services”, which could cause chaos. The report comes as tension escalates between …

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China unveils ambitious space exploration plans for next 5 years

Beijing, Jan 29 (IANS) China aims to strengthen its space infrastructure and develop a next-generation spacecraft to carry people into space, as well as probe how to land people on the Moon, in the next five years, the media reported. In a new white paper released on Friday, China detailed …

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NASA Memorial Day: A ceremony will be held for fallen astronauts

The tribute to the lives lost in the pursuit of space will take place at 10 a.m. on January 27. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Every January, NASA pauses to honor and remember the lives lost in the pursuit of space and “advance the cause of exploration and discovery.” The tribute …

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The twentieth series “Ten Years Dor” discusses the future of space travel // The Observer

With the advent of developing space businesses and recent conversations about Earth’s habitability, this year’s ‘Ten Years From Now’ series reveals deep insights not just for the business world, but for the whole of our current generation. “Life Beyond Earth” is the theme of the 2022 conferences, offered by the …

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NASA Band-Aid Gadget Puts Astronaut Cells In Biological Ink To Heal Wounds

Currently being tested as a prototype on the space station, the Bioprint FirstAid uses a solution containing astronaut cells to heal wounds. Nasa is testing a wearable bioprinting device aboard the International Space Station that will use an astronaut’s own cells suspended in fluid to create a bandage in the …

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Astronauts destroy 54% more red blood cells in space

A study claimed to be the first of its kind has shed new light on the dangers posed by spaceflight and the impacts on red blood cell counts for astronauts on long-duration missions. The research deepens our knowledge of a condition known as “space anemia” and has important implications for …

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Ride of a lifetime | Life

Dylan Taylor moved to Moscow in elementary school after his father got a job at the University of Idaho. A self-proclaimed “Star Trek” fan since his early days on the Palouse, Taylor has always equated going to space with a dream. Taylor, now 51, made the dream come true last …

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Montana State University grad student returns from NASA simulation | News

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NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Group Releases 2021 Annual Report

NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Group Releases 2021 Annual Report Press Release From: NASA Headquarters Posted: Tuesday January 11 2022 The Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), an advisory committee reporting to NASA and Congress, released its 2021 annual report on Tuesday examining the agency’s safety performance over the past year and …

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NASA missions and more: Here’s what 2022 has in store for space exploration, Science News

2021 has been a busy year in terms of space exploration jumps and celestial events. Mankind’s urge to conquer new frontiers of infinite expanse knew no bounds. 2022 seems to promise the same and more. Here’s a look at some of the top things planned for the New Year. January …

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Space Cadets Expands Activities in NFT Space Exploration Industry

8e January 2022 – Space Cadets is setting up an awesome journey to become an all-time greats in the NFT industry. An NFT collection inspired by space; Space Cadets are 10,000 randomly generated NFTs with over 250 unique and diverse traits. The NFT collections have been quite encouraging and profitable …

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Global space systems, satellite and launch vehicle industry

Dublin, Jan 6, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Space Systems, Satellites and Launchers Market Research Report By Payload, Platform, Service Type, Vehicle Type, By Type of orbit, by end user, by region – Global Forecast to 2026 – The “Cumulative impact of COVID-19” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. …

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Chinese astronauts, students from Beijing, Macau and Hong Kong in space-to-Earth interview on New Year’s Day

Three Chinese astronauts from the Tiangong space station had a video chat with students in Beijing, Hong Kong and Macau on Saturday afternoon, the first day of 2022. The live space-Earth conference brought together around 500 young students at the three sites. The astronauts shared their space dream and their …

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From Tally Ho to space

December 30 – OXFORD – A distinguished last name from Granville County is now rushing into space, destined to take its place a million miles from Earth and write a new page in the annals of space exploration. The James Webb Space Telescope was launched on Christmas Day with, not …

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Innovative in space

From global space agencies to emerging private sector players and even the general public, each of us has a role to play in guiding global space travel. By Salem Humaid AlMarri, Managing Director of MBRSC In the space realm, we keep thinking about the next big thing. Since the advent …

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UTSA Helps Lead International Space Research, Enriched Student Experience | UTSA today | UTSA

It took the combined efforts of NASA and European and Canadian space agencies to make this possible. Astronomers around the world have used Hubble and ground-based telescopes to prepare for this momentous occasion. The group that I co-lead at the University of Texas at San Antonio includes about 55 astronomers …

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Scottish scientist to pilot mission to Mars

Dr Christian Schröder is one of five ‘visiting researchers’, joining five scientists from Europe, Russia and Canada who will play a leading role in commanding the Euro-Russian rover ExoMars Rosalind Franklin when it launches. in September 2022. Once the rover lands at the selected Oxia Planum site on Mars in …

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Summary of scientific news: geologists discover a “treasure” of dinosaur tracks in Poland; NASA’s Webb Telescope promises ‘incredible journey’ for astronomy and more

Here is a summary of scientific news briefs. Geologists find “treasure” of dinosaur tracks in Poland Hundreds of dinosaur footprints, so well preserved that even scaly skin can be seen, have been found in Poland, giving a glimpse of a complex ecosystem around 200 million years ago, geologists said. Described …

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DART launch could be key milestone in planetary defense – The NAU Review

The latest NASA launch into space is going to have an impact. In fact, that is its whole mission. This is all part of a long-term planetary defense strategy to avoid an “Armageddon” scenario, and the NAU planetologist Cristina Thomas is part of the team studying this event. DART (Double …

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Bill Nye calls it his ‘mission in life’ to help people filter out false information

In a new MasterClass, over 13 lessons, Nye shares a timely reminder: science is always all over. Master class Say Bill Nye’s name, someone might be screaming “science guy”, and a millennial nearby will unlock a memory. They sit in a classroom as their teacher unrolls a cart containing an …

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The team behind NASA’s newest Martian rover to honor persevering students

Throughout the rover’s development, its journey to Mars, its white-fisted landing and ambitious surface mission so far, the Perseverance team has risen to new challenges. “It’s the most complex robotic system we’ve ever sent to another planet,” said Jennifer Trosper, Perseverance Project Manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern …

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NASA Gets Rare Asteroid Sample From Japan In Landmark Exchange

The historical exchange will help researchers gain insight into the past. HOUSTON – NASA has conducted an international asteroid sample exchange with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. This is the largest surviving sample of asteroids in the history of the Johnson Space Center. “It’s not me walking on the moon …

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Buzz Aldrin: Second man on the moon

Buzz Aldrin is a veteran astronaut who became only the second person to set foot on the moon. As part of the Apollo 11 space flight commanded by Neil Armstrong, he made the trip to the lunar surface in July 1969 where he collected lunar rock samples, photographed the terrain …

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NASA to launch final mission to test laser communication in space

NASA’s next laser communications mission will launch early Sunday morning. The Laser Communication Relay (LCRD) demonstration will take off on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket during a scheduled two-hour window of 4:04 am to 6:04 am EST from the Cape Canaveral space station in Florida. The LCRD, a …

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How Space Park Leicester inspires the next generation of space pioneers and engineers

The £ 100million Space Park Leicester opened its doors to dozens of young people to show them a fun way to jump into space technology as a future career. The research, innovation and education hub led by the University of Leicester has hosted experiments, 3D printing shows and thermal imaging …

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BioHarvest Sciences appoints astronaut Chris Hadfield to advisory board

Hadfield’s expertise will lead to expansion of BioHarvest’s focus to include space biology VANCOUVER, BC and REHOVOT, Israel, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – BioHarvest Sciences Inc. (“BioHarvest” or the “Company”) (CSE: BHSC) Appoints Renowned Astronaut Chris Hadfield to its advisory board as part of a campaign to leverage …

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Astroscale Completes Largest Funding Round To Date, Raising $ 109 Million

The Astroscale team in March 2021 when ELSA-d was dispatched for launch. (photo: Astroscale) Astroscale has taken a major step forward in funding, achieving the largest funding round in its history. The company announced on November 25 that it has closed its Series F cycle with additional funding of $ …

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A thrill to see this musical start its theatrical journey

Loading Without Sondheim, Broadway wouldn’t have had a musical theater bar that tackles suicide, but the push for emotional depth (in a form that’s supposed to be superficial) puts Travelers in the company of successful contemporary musicals such as Next to normal and Dear Evan Hansen, who both face suicide …

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100 times more powerful than US technology, China says its nuclear reactor for space missions will surpass NASA’s device

Chinese scientists are currently building a powerful nuclear reactor for their expeditions to the Moon and Mars. Beijing says its reactor will be 100 times more powerful than the device the US space agency wants to install on the moon’s surface by 2030. The new technology is part of a …

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Meet Anousheh Ansari, the only woman to ever travel to space on a self-funded mission

Fifteen years before Amazon founder Jeff Bezos catapulted himself into space in a rocket, Anousheh Ansari became the first female space tourist, spending nine days on the International Space Station aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft. She is still the only woman to travel to space on a self-funded mission, which …

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NASA’s DART mission to strike an asteroid is launched this week. Here’s how to watch it online.

NASA’s asteroid impact mission is about to begin, and you can watch the event and several science briefings live. The Dual Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) is scheduled to launch no earlier than 1:20 a.m. EST (6:20 a.m. GMT) on Wednesday, November 24 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg …

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Babin and Lucas challenge NTSB over Authority to Investigate Trade Space – SpacePolicyOnline.com

The two main House Republicans who oversee commercial space activities are challenging new action by the National Transportation Safety Board to exercise more authority in commercial space accident investigations. In a letter to the NTSB, they requested more information and Representative Brian Babin introduced a resolution stating that commercial space …

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Exploration of Mars runs the risk of being deceived by fake fossils, researchers say

Mars has now become the new frontier, with most space nations focusing on exploring the Red Planet. The idea behind exploring Mars is to find signs of life, understand its climate, and determine natural resources. However, new research suggests that explorers looking for ancient life on Mars could be misled …

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Q + A-What is space debris and how dangerous is it?

Band Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM, November 16 (Reuters) – Russia’s test on Monday to detonate one of its own satellites in space drew criticism for endangering the International Space Station crew and, experts said, created a field of debris that has increased the risks to space activities for years. WHAT DOES …

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Space Systems, Satellites & Launchers Market Research Report By Payload, Platform, Service Type, Vehicle Type, Orbit Type, End User, Region – Global Forecast until 2026

Space Systems, Satellites & Launchers Market Research Report By Payload (Cargo, Human Spaceflight & Satellite), By Platform (Air, Land & Sea), By Service Type, By Vehicle Type , by orbit type, by end user, by region (Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – …

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