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    OneWeb Launches Internet Satellite's Sixth Batch

    OneWeb Launches Internet Satellite's Sixth Batch

    Posted At : 2021-04-27
    OneWeb, a London-based Satellite operator, has launched its sixth batch of broadband internet spacecraft. 36 new platforms were introduced from Russia's Far East, bringing a total of 182 in-orbit constellations. The other two batch deliveries should see OneWeb deploying connectivity services by the end of this year to locations above 50 degrees North in latitude. This would include Alaska, Canada,
    The Most Amazing Quantum Leap in Space Technologies of 2020

    The Most Amazing Quantum Leap in Space Technologies of 2020

    Posted At : 2021-04-09
    NASA is now focusing on our nearest satellite with a view of placing a novel space station into the lunar orbit within the next 10 years. In an alliance with private space tech firms, NASA hopes to have women & men back on the moon by 2024. Vital to this is the creation of the Orion space capsule. It has been invented along the same lines as mesmerizing capsule vehicles like Apollo, Gemini & Merc
    JP Morgan Tested Blockchain Transaction On GOMX-4 Satellite Constellation

    JP Morgan Tested Blockchain Transaction On GOMX-4 Satellite Constellation

    Posted At : 2021-03-04
    JP Morgan Chase and Co have recently tested the blockchain transaction in space using Danish Space company - GomSpace's satellites, which shows that the digital devices can use the technology supporting virtual currency transfer. The space company - GomSpace aims on engaging the space services & systems in the global market by introducing novel products within adept nanosatellites.
    SpaceX Will Double Starlink’s Satellite Internet Speed to 300 Mbps This Year: Elon Musk

    SpaceX Will Double Starlink’s Satellite Internet Speed to 300 Mbps This Year: Elon Musk

    Posted At : 2021-02-23
    Starlink – a satellite constellation development project by SpaceX for developing economical, low latency, and top-notch performance internet service to millions in remote regions across the globe and will continue to densify coverage later in 2021. These satellites are over 60 times closer to the Earth than conventional satellites that result in lower latency and the ability to support services,
    Elon Musk's SpaceX Secures contract to launch NASA's astrophysics mission

    Elon Musk's SpaceX Secures contract to launch NASA's astrophysics mission

    Posted At : 2021-02-08
    Elon Musk’s private aerospace company, Space Exploration Technology(SpaceX), has secured NASA's contract to launch an Astrophysics mission - the next-generation of cutting-edge space telescopes to track the milky way galaxies to solve the greatest scientific mysteries. Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer, shortly known as SPHEREx. It is a new
    NASA is preparing Mars 2020 landing

    NASA is preparing Mars 2020 landing

    Posted At : 2021-01-30
    The Mars 2020 spacecraft, carrying NASA's most sophisticated Mars rover yet, is on track to land on the red planet. The spacecraft is scheduled to land in Jezero Crater on Feb. 18 at 3:55 EST. The crater once had a lake with a river delta flowing into it. Scientists believe that the rocks in the carter may have evidence of any past Martian life.
    SpaceX Dragon leaving International Space Station

    SpaceX Dragon leaving International Space Station

    Posted At : 2021-01-12
    A SpaceX Cargo Dragon Spacecraft from the International Space Station have called off today’s undocking due to bad weather at the capsule’s Atlantic Ocean splashdown zone. The CRS-21 cargo dragon spacecraft would return to Earth on January 11 to return science experiments and other gear to Earth in its first-ever Florida splashdown. The transporter of the mission and the astronaut of NASA Victor
    PSLV-C51 Mission Will Carry 'Anand' by Pixxel India

    PSLV-C51 Mission Will Carry 'Anand' by Pixxel India

    Posted At : 2021-01-02
    In August 2020 Indian space research organization ( ISRO) has decided to work along with private companies to enhance space research and development within the country. NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) will act as the aggregator of user requirements and obtain commitments. The approach regarding space research and development has been shifted from “Supply Based Model” to “Demand-Based Model”.
    China is opening the world's largest radio telescope up to international scientists

    China is opening the world's largest radio telescope up to international scientists

    Posted At : 2020-12-19
    The world’s largest five hundred meters single Aperture Spherical radio Telescope cradled in the natural earth depression in Pingtang, Guizhou, known as FAST, took around 1.1 billion yuan (US$175million) to build covering an area size of 30 football pitches. It is the most sensitive listening device that helps to scan the sky, detecting low-frequency gravitational waves and hunt signals
    SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch Rescheduled for Weather Delay by 24 hrs

    SpaceX Crew Dragon Launch Rescheduled for Weather Delay by 24 hrs

    Posted At : 2020-11-17
    NASA and SpaceX have announced a 24-hour weather delay of their planned launch into Orbit for America’s first fully-fledged human-machine using a privately owned spacecraft. They have launched its second crew to the international space station, four astronauts will be on this milestone six-month mission.