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NASA media teleconference to discuss on the next Space Station resupply Mission

This Thursday, Nov. 8 NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 PM to discuss the next Northrop Grumman commercial resupply flight which will go to the International Space Station on the selected technological demonstration and investigation. You can hear full teleconference of NASA Space Station resupply mission as it will stream live on the official […]

Elon Musk and SpaceX work hard in building a monster rocket to send people to Mars

What has hitherto remained the stuff of sci-fi books and films may become a reality as early as 2023 as Elon Musk reveals that SpaceX has been doing a lot of hard work at building a massive spaceship designed to reach Mars. The SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket, as the spaceship is being called, is unlike […]

NASA delivers first of 8K Ultra High Definition videos straight from space

For the first time in the history of mankind, 8k ultra high definition videos could be transmitted straight from space. Yes! Space enthusiasts can now easily view fast-moving video feeds of researches and an astronaut’s daily life from the International Space Centre and European Space Agency in a never before seen 8k video resolution. The […]

NASA bids goodbye to Kepler Space Telescope

The Kepler space telescope of NASA which discovered 2,700 exoplanets distant star systems is now officially retired after running out of fuel. When it was launched in 2009, it was equipped with the largest digital camera outfitted for outer space observations at that time and scientists on Earth has very limited knowledge of planets beyond […]

The launch of Beidou-3M15 and Beidou-3M16; China’s 28th launch of the year

The 28th orbital launch has already been marked by China. It has launched a new pair of navigation satellites on Thursday, named Beidou-3M15 and Beidou-3M16 from the LC3 Launch Complex of the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, Sichuan province, launched at 04:23 UTC. It is estimated to take four hours to complete the mission. The Xichang […]

Central California to experience sonic boom at the launch of Falcon 9 SAOCOM 1A launch

As per the information provided, Vandenberg is scheduled to support a launch of SAOCOM 1A satellite on SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Saturday, Oct 6 at 7:21 pm from Space Launch Complex-4E. SpaceX is attempting a secondary mission for landing the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket landing zone 4. This was previously called […]

NASA Exomoon: First moon beyond our solar system about 8,000 light years away

A moon outside our solar system! In a paper published Oct. 3 in the journal Science Advances, Alex Teachey and David Kipping report the detection of a candidate exomoon. This means moons orbiting planets in another star system which is unusual because of its large size, comparable to the diameter of Neptune. Such gargantuan moons […]

Arctic sea ice reached its 2018 lowest extent

Arctic sea ice, as reported by NASA reached its annual minimum extent on Sept. 19 and then again on September 23, 2018. Data recorded by the satellites show that 1.77 million square miles have effectively tied with 2008 and 2010 for the sixth lowest summertime minimum extent. The cap of frozen seawater; Arctic sea ice […]

ispace partners SpaceX for 2020 & 2021 moon missions

SpaceX shall be launch provider of ispace for its maiden voyages to the moon in 2020 and 2021as the first and the second missions. ispace has named the first two missions to the moon as HAKUTO-R, that means Reboot. This is a reference to HAKUTO, meaning the “white rabbit” in Japanese, based on the folklore of […]

ISRO plans to launch 18 missions in the next six months

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on the night of September 16 successfully launched the NovaSAR and S1-4 earth observation satellites of the UK-based Surrey Satellite Technologies Ltd. The continuing success of PSLV missions has encouraged ISRO to plan launches of 18 missions in the next six months, which is like one mission every fortnight. We […]

California launching its ‘own damn’ Satellite to fight climate change

Two years ago Jerry Brown suggested that California might “launch its own damn satellite” in defiance of federal climate change policies, well he wasn’t daydreaming. On Friday, Brown announced that California will launch its own satellite into orbit to track and monitor the formation of pollutants that cause climate change. This dramatic announcement was made […]

SpaceX announces its plans to fly private passenger to the moon aboard BFR

SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company, announced on Thursday that it has signed the world’s first private passenger to fly around the moon aboard its Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) launch vehicle plan, a massive launch vehicle being designed to carry people into deep space. On Twitter, the company stated that “SpaceX has signed the world’s […]

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