• Fri. Jan 22nd, 2021

From the Wenchang spaceport, China launches the first Long March 8

The first flight of the new medium-lift Long March 8 rocket was successfully carried out by China late on Monday, signaling a tiny step towards rocket reusability by China. At…

The Recipients of the 2020 SpaceNews Awards

In the international space sector, the SpaceNews Awards recognize creativity and innovation. Previous winners include Gen. John “Jay” Raymond of the United States Space Force, Gwynne Shotwell who serves as the Chief…

Astra’ Beyond Ecstatic’ Despite Narrowly Missing Orbit on Second Launch

On December 15, Astra space rocket 3.2 vehicles were launched. This was the second spacecraft to be launched by the company. According to Chris Kemp, Chief executive officer of Astra,…

The United States has just broken its energy storage record

Solar and wind zero-carbon electricity is excellent for the environment. Because the wind doesn’t often blow as well as the sun doesn’t often shine, power companies who have to ensure that…

Antarctic’s solar power

Many people are wondering why a photovoltaic system was installed in the Antarctic. The region has extreme sunlight variances in hours, wind speed of over 200km/hr, and temperatures are below…

The season is ripe for the retrieval of samples from space missions.

The Johnson Space Center (JSC) of NASA is finally enjoying its hosting of samples from previous missions to various parts in space. Astromaterials curator of JSC, Francis McCubbin, noted that…

The Australian $16 billion solar energy project will be the largest globally

The Australia–ASEAN Power Link will become the largest renewable energy project globally, bringing together a combination of various resources like a solar farm, battery developer, and undersea electricity connection. The…

SpaceX launches satellites for NASA and Europe nails rocket landing

SpaceX recently launches ocean-mapping satellites with advanced technology for NASA and Europe. The 70-meter rocket Falcon 9 took off from Space Launch Complex 4E from the Vandenberg Air Forces, California.…

$1.2 billion New Funding for GalaxySpace

Many companies are willing to invest their funds in communication satellites. This is because the demand for these satellites is increasing day by day. One of these companies is GalaxySpace.…

The UK ban on new fossil fuel vehicles by 2030 ‘not enough’ to hit a climate target

The prime minister plans to take forward a prohibition of selling of different vestige fuel automobiles by a decade to 2030 will not verve far enough to reach the lawful…