Space exploration

A new space policy to promote R&D, exploration

[ad_1] The policy will also focus on advanced research and technological development with a view to improving access at space, said the ministry The Ministry of Space (DoS) has prepared a draft national space transport policy 2020 which will independent and reliable access to the exploitation of space technology and …

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The National Air and Space Museum’s Michael Collins 2021 Trophy awarded to Gene Kranz and the SpaceX Crew Dragon team

[ad_1] National Air and Space Museum Michael Collins 2021 Trophy awarded to Gene Kranz and SpaceX Crew Dragon Press release from: Smithsonian Institution Posted: Wednesday June 23 2021 The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum annually awards its Michael Collins Trophy for lifetime achievement and current achievement. The 2021 recipients …

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Workshop on space financing | Ref Space

[ad_1] Dated: Wednesday 23 June 2021 Location: US, Beyond Earth Institute study: Review of advanced financing options for large-scale space infrastructure and habitat projects Workshop I: Lunar Development Cooperative Presenter: Michael Castle-Miller, Esq., CEO, Politas Consulting Wednesday, June 23, 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EDT Zoom Workshop evaluators: Jeff Matthews, …

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Abigail Allwood in Greenland

[ad_1] Abigail Allwood, principal investigator of the Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry (PIXL) aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, is seen here examining rocks in Greenland. Allwood is a scientist based at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. A key objective of the Perseverance mission to Mars is astrobiology, including …

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PH and Japan space cooperation pact

[ad_1] MANILA – The Philippine and Japanese governments plan to strengthen their partnership in space science and space exploration with the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) on Saturday. In a virtual conference, the Director General of the Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA), Joel Joseph Marciano Jr., signed the agreement …

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China releases new images of Mars

[ad_1] HONG KONG – China on Friday unveiled new photos of its Martian rover exploring the surface of the Red Planet, with state media hailing it as a sign of the mission’s “complete success”. The Zhurong rover, named after a fire god in Chinese mythology, landed in the Mars Utopia …

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Why consider ARKX, two old-fashioned aerospace stocks

[ad_1] Space is the last frontier, but investing there doesn’t have to be overly risky. With active management, the ARK Space Exploration ETF (ARKX) can remove some of the risk and volatility from the space investing equation while potentially positioning the investor correctly to capitalize on emerging space trends. Indeed, …

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A detailed concept for a lunar habitat

[ad_1] Placement of habitats by lunar South Pole. Credit: SOM A detailed concept of lunar habitat, created by one of the world’s leading architectural firms with technical support from ESA, is currently on display at the Venice Biennale. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, behind several of the tallest skyscrapers in the …

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Christine Joseph and Danielle Wood co-author of “Analysis of the microgravity research ecosystem and accessibility market factors” – MIT Media Lab

[ad_1] Christine Joseph and Danielle Wood of Team Space Enabled published a peer-reviewed journal article with the Journal New Space. Summary: “Analysis of the microgravity research ecosystem and the drivers of the accessibility market” For decades, the International Space Station (ISS) has functioned as a bastion of international cooperation and …

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All you need to know

[ad_1] On May 31, 2021, New Zealand signed the US-led Artemis Agreements with NASA at a ceremony in Wellington, joining an international cooperation agreement with NASA for peaceful, safe, sustainable space exploration. and transparent. Peter Crabtree, the head of the New Zealand Space Agency signed the Artemis agreements thus making …

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Why transplant organs could be imprinted in space

[ad_1] A company, BioLife4D, which develops and manufactures bioprinting technology, focuses on printing biological components for use in repairing the human heart as a stepping stone towards producing an entire imprinted transplantable heart. She believes there is a multi-million dollar market for the various components, such as heart valves, which …

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Pipeline problems lead to new regulations

[ad_1] The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have released new regulations following the crippling ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline. The ordinance requires pipeline operators to alert the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of any cybersecurity incident. Pipeline owners and operators are also required …

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Science Saturday 20210529 – CGTN

[ad_1] 02:54 In this week’s edition, we recapped some major science news from the past two weeks, ranging from mini hearts to space exploration. A mini-heart cultivated in the laboratory Austrian scientists cultivated a mini heart beating organoid in the laboratory. The new heart models – the size of a …

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Investing in space exploration and innovation

[ad_1] Falling rocket and satellite costs are disrupting what once seemed like a monopolistic and bureaucratic industry. Thanks to advances in deep learning, mobile connectivity, sensors, 3D printing and robotics, costs that have been skyrocketing for decades are starting to drop. As a result, the number of satellite launches and …

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The benefits of space must be accessible to all

[ad_1] ITU ITU News recently met with the Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) Simonetta Di Pippo, who leads UNOOSA’s strategic, policy and program activities and advises the United Nations Secretary-General on outer space affairs. UNOOSA performs an important mission in space activities. What exactly …

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China lands rover on Mars

[ad_1] May 22, 2021 AT 17:17 GMT May 14 Tianwen-1, a Chinese mission that had been in orbit around Mars since Feb. 10, made a subtle adjustment to its trajectory, which put it on track to reach the planet’s surface six hours later. After three hours, however, it broke in …

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Elon Musk takes power in space with satellites

[ad_1] The commercial rush to establish a territory in space takes place at much lower elevations and in considerably higher quantities. The Federal Communications Commission last week authorized SpaceX to fly 4,400 Starlink satellites about 550 kilometers above Earth, compared to 36,000 kilometers of stationary orbiting satellites. Amazon has the …

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Andy Thomas: Adelaide’s own astronaut

[ad_1] Seeing Earth from space “makes you an environmentalist,” says former NASA astronaut Andy Thomas. Thomas, from Adelaide, has completed four space missions, spending around six months in space, much of which in Russia. Mir space station. He describes what it’s like to have such a different perspective – it’s …

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