SpaceX successfully tested Crew Dragon’s first in-flight launch escape system on January 19 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The test is to see if the system can keep the crew alive during a failed launch. This marks a big step forward for a crewed launch later this year.
Elon Musk reveals SpaceX Starship ahead of press event
Elon Musk tweeted out a photo of SpaceX’s Starship in Texas. This is the first time the public gets a complete view of the Mk1 Starship.
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If you are thinking of moving to Mars, NASA is way ahead of you. Recently, NASA started a 3D Printed …
Meet 29-year-old Katie Bouman the scientist behind the first image of a black hole
The first image of the black hole took over the internet and the scientist responsible for developing the image is …
What does China’s far side Moon mission mean
First of all, I think we need to clear this up, there is no “dark side of the moon.” China …
Europe Space Agency vows to clean up the most dangerous junk yard
If satellites are not disposed of properly, the parts could become high-speed bullets leading to a chain reaction destroying everything on its way, or the Kessler Syndrome.
The looming warfare of the final frontier
This project demonstrates how fast we are closing down the distance between us and the outer space. We also see how commercial crew or space tourism could bring funding to more space programs.