Changé 5

Chang'e-5 Lunar Sample Return Mission Coming In Hot: China Gears-up for the November Launch

Chang'e-5 Lunar Sample return mission is prepping for late November launch. This is based on evidence dervived from satellite and ship-tracking data.

by Earnest T.

Precision Landing Without a Pilot: How NASA Achieves the (Previously) Impossible

Precision Landing Without a Pilot: How NASA Achieves the (Previously) Impossible

Precision landing without a pilot is often stuff we only see in movies. However, NASA seems to be inching closer to make this a reality.

by Jean Pierrie A.

Starlink satellite

SpaceX Delays the Launch of a Big Batch of Internet Satellites: Here’s How to Watch Live

Starlink satellites are scheduled to be deployed by SpaceX aboard the Falcon 9 rocket. The launch is set for September 18 at 1:57 p.m. EDT Friday.

by Earnest T.

Starship SN8

Starship SN8 Prototype: Craziest Piece of Rocket Gymnastics by SpaceX’s

Starship SN8 prototype is prepping for a test flight to 60,000 ft [18,300 m] & back. The test Starship SN8 program will conduct first-ever Static Fire with three Raptor engines.

by Earnest T.

Changé 4

Chang'e-4 Probe Resumes Operations for 22nd Lunar Day After Historic Landing

Chang'e-4 is expected to resume lunar exploration operations as part of phase 2 CLEP program. This comes after the successful soft landing on the dark side of the moon on the 3rd January 2019.

by Earnest T.

The Moon's Surface is Rusting: Is Earth Partly to Blame?

The Moon's Surface is Rusting: Is Earth Partly to Blame?

The Moon’s surface is rusting. Despite the Earth being around 384,000 km from it, it seems our planet is a major contributor to this phenomenon.

by Jean Pierrie A.

Atlas 5

Atlas 5 Scheduled Launch of NRO Satellite: Vehicle to Fly Northrop Grumman’s Solid Boosters

Atlas 5 is scheduled to launch before the end of this year. The space vehicle will embark on a mission to lauch NRO classified spy satellite.

by Earnest T.

Gather Moon Rocks: NASA willing to Pay Private Companies

Gather Moon Rocks: NASA willing to Pay Private Companies

“Gather Moon rocks and we’ll pay you.” This is the message NASA gave on Thursday for private companies who want to capitulate on the newest frontier—outer space.

by Jean Pierrie A.

SpaceX successfully makes 100th Rocket launch

SpaceX Successfully Makes 100th Rocket Launch

SpaceX successfully and landed Falcon 9 on Sunday, and marked important milestones Elon Musk's company.

by Hanna S.

Aging NASA satellite returns home

Aging NASA Satellite Returns Home, to Fall Into the South Pacific

The 56-year-old NASA satellite is set to expire and return home and disintegrate as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere.

by Hanna S.

SkyDrive Flying Cars

Flying Cars Over Japan in 2023? Tokyo-Based Skydrive Plans to Realize That in Three Year's Time

Flying cars will soon fly over the skies of Japan. Tokyo-based SkyDrive will test its two-seater vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicle.

by Hanna S.

 Low-Cost Spacesuit

Low-Cost Spacesuit: Making Space Exploration Accessible to Everyone

Cameron Smith has always wanted to be an astronaut. Though he didn't grow up to be one, he still didn't give up his dream of being in space. He instead created his own low-cost spacesuit.

by Hanna S.


SpaceX to Launch a Modern Spaceport Resort in Texas

SpaceX is launching a spaceport in Boca Chica, Texas. The company is also looking for a spaceport manager to lead the establishment of the modern spaceport.

by Jerome V.

Traditional analysis vs. SPOCK analysis

This New Artificial Intelligence Can Determine The Orbits of Planets Faster Than Traditional Methods

There is a new AI that uses an algorithm that seems to be better than what researchers are using right now.

by Jared N.


NASA Astronauts To Conduct 2 More Spacewalks This Month

In an effort to finish upgrading the power system of the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will conduct a pair of spacewalks Thursday, July 16, and Tuesday, July 21.

by CaseQ.

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