SpaceX relaunches a used rocket making history
Apr01

SpaceX relaunches a used rocket making history

SpaceX created a milestone in space exploration history on March 31st by successfully launching the SES-10 satellite using one of it’s recovered Falcon-9 rockets and then recovering it again. Could this be the start of a new trend of reusing launch rockets?

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Boeing X-37 Mystery Mission
Mar30

Boeing X-37 Mystery Mission

The mysterious X-37B space plane has been in orbit for almost two years now and broke an orbital record when it hit 675 days in orbit around Earth on March 25th 2017.

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NASA’s EO-1 Retires After 17 Years
Mar22

NASA’s EO-1 Retires After 17 Years

The Earth Observing-1 satellite launched in November 2000 is finally set to be decommissioned after an impressive run of seventeen years. We take a look at some of it’s achievements.

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“Juno, welcome to Jupiter”
Jul05

“Juno, welcome to Jupiter”

After 2.7 billion kilometers and almost 5 years, Juno successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit in the early hours of today morning. Subsequent to NASA’s Galileo mission (1995), Juno is only the second to have accomplished this feat. While in orbit, the Juno mission aims to better understand the gas giant in the following 20 months of its science phase. Juno also happens to be the fastest ever craft built by humans, travelling...

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NASA’s Space Balloon is Ready For Deployment

  In a 4-hour process that will broadcast live from the ISS on the morning on May 26th, NASA’s astronauts will begin to deploy the ‘BEAM’. Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM, is essentially an inflatable room. It is designed such that it takes up less room to be transported and can then expand to 5 times its original size when inflated. Roughly the size of a small bedroom, this module will be accessible from the ISS’s...

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