Blue Origin’s New Glenn Rocket Prepares for Highly-Anticipated Launch this Year

Blue Origin’s New Glenn Rocket Prepares for Highly-Anticipated Launch this Year

Blue Origin’s New Glenn Rocket: The Future of Space Exploration Blue Origin’s highly anticipated New Glenn heavy-lift rocket is set to make its much-awaited debut this year. The aerospace company has been hard at work at its sprawling manufacturing campus on north Merritt Island, ramping up production to support an ambitious launch manifest that includes … Read more

Taiwan Enters Low-Orbit Satellite Industry with Hon Hai and SpaceX Partnership

Taiwan Enters Low-Orbit Satellite Industry with Hon Hai and SpaceX Partnership

financial management 2024.02.15 05:58 Taipei time In October 2023, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the “Taiwan Annual Space International Conference (TASTI)” and announced that she would increase her investment by 40 billion to form a Taiwanese national space team and invest in the development of low-orbit satellites; then, Hon Hai teamed up with Space X to … Read more

NASA’s Psyche Spacecraft to Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket in October

NASA’s Psyche Spacecraft to Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket in October

Official NASA information shows that the Psyche spacecraft will be launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket.Launch date is set for October 5 at 10:34 a.m. ETconducted at Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Psyche (16 Psyche) is a huge asteroid, and is probably the largest M-type asteroid. Its mass is … Read more

Planet Hell has an 18-hour line-in-orbit

Planet Hell has an 18-hour line-in-orbit

DIFFERENT Outer space mysteries are always fun. Planets in space present surprises that bring up many theories. Recently, experts have published findings called planet hell. Experts believe that this planet is an ocean of heated lava. The planet, called 55 Cancri and aka Janssen, is so close to the star that it only has an … Read more

After 4 years of service on Mars, the “Insight” spacecraft stopped working within a few weeks

After 4 years of service on Mars, the “Insight” spacecraft stopped working within a few weeks

The US space agency (NASA) said Thursday that the InSight spacecraft, which has been on the surface of Mars since 2018, will run out and stop working within four to eight weeks, as scientists have talked about the details they have monitored on its four mission of the year. Bruce Banerdt, a planetary physicist at … Read more

Venus Will Receive Two Visitors from Earth

Venus Will Receive Two Visitors from Earth

Next week, two space probes will fly past Venus within 30 hours of each other on their way to the deepest part of the solar system. K On August 9, the Sun Orbiter will pass by the planet often called “Earth’s twin”, followed by Mercury orbiter BepiColombo on August 10, reported the Newatlas page. While … Read more

First Photos From the Hubble Space Telescope

First Photos From the Hubble Space Telescope

Cheers to Hubble fans. After more than a month of closed cameras, now the Hubble Space Telescope is back taking photos of the cosmos for show. Quoting from the Space page, the iconic space observatory resumed science operations Saturday (July 17) after weeks of slumber as NASA engineers scrambled to fix computer errors. The work … Read more

Scientists Want To Build A Different New Arecibo Telescope

Scientists Want To Build A Different New Arecibo Telescope

Arecibo Observatory is a pulsar seeker, alien broadcaster, asteroid mapper, hidden parabola villain Bond, a Puerto Rican icon, the birthplace of the future scientist. Until seven months ago, when gravity got the best of the engineering marvel that had endured everything that had been thrown for decades and the entire platform collapsed. For a group … Read more