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China Releases Video Footage and Audio of Its Zhurong Rover on Mars
China Releases Video Footage and Audio of Its Zhurong Rover on Mars

27 Jun 2021, 21:19 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / On May 17th, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) released a video footage and audio of its Zhurong rover roaming on the Red Planet.

 
Look at Famous Cities From the World’s Highest-Precision Satellite Perspective
Look at Famous Cities From the World’s Highest-Precision Satellite Perspective

24 Jun 2021, 12:26 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / Airbus' Pleiades Neo satellite sent the first imagery of places around the globe, since it was launched as the first of a new-generation constellation

 
All Your Space Questions Will Be Answered During ESA's Space Safety Digital Fest
All Your Space Questions Will Be Answered During ESA's Space Safety Digital Fest

23 Jun 2021, 14:48 UTC · By: Cristina Mircea / The European Space Agency is organizing a virtual festival that will give you the chance to have all your space-related questions answered by top-experts

 
22,000 People Apply for Astronaut Duty as Space Race Heats Up
22,000 People Apply for Astronaut Duty as Space Race Heats Up

23 Jun 2021, 11:57 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / ESA ends the sign up stage of its reserve astronaut program, at least 22,000 people want to be part of future space missions

 
Tide Goes to Space, Will Solve Galactic Issue of Astronauts’ Dirty Laundry
Tide Goes to Space, Will Solve Galactic Issue of Astronauts’ Dirty Laundry

23 Jun 2021, 08:40 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / In space, no one can hear you scream; also in space, there’s no one to do your laundry, but Procter & Gamble hopes Tide will be able to change that

 
Cygnus Spacecraft to Depart the ISS, Will Deploy Two Satellites on Its Way Back
Cygnus Spacecraft to Depart the ISS, Will Deploy Two Satellites on Its Way Back

23 Jun 2021, 05:01 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / On June 29th, an uncrewed Cygnus spacecraft will depart the ISS after spending four months in space. On its way back to Earth, it will deploy two satellites

 
Hubble Space Telescope Is Getting Old, Experiences Another Computer Glitch
Hubble Space Telescope Is Getting Old, Experiences Another Computer Glitch

21 Jun 2021, 13:36 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / NASA's operations team has been trying to restard the computer onboard the Hubble telescope, but it had failed multiple times.

 
Watch Satellites Completely Melt in Plasma Wind Tunnel, It’s a Good Thing
Watch Satellites Completely Melt in Plasma Wind Tunnel, It’s a Good Thing

21 Jun 2021, 13:06 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / The European Space Agency makes satellites safer by testing their ability to be completely destroyed when falling back to Earth, in recent experiments.

 
Space Balloon Neptune One Completes First Successful Unmanned Flight
Space Balloon Neptune One Completes First Successful Unmanned Flight

19 Jun 2021, 07:41 UTC · By: Elena Gorgan / Space Perspective says that a full-size capsule simulator for the Neptune One has reached the edge of space and made the journey back as planned

 
UK’s First Rocket Test Facility Unveiled, a $5 Million Cutting-Edge Space Lab
UK’s First Rocket Test Facility Unveiled, a $5 Million Cutting-Edge Space Lab

18 Jun 2021, 07:46 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / UK just opened its first National Space Propulsion Test Facility, one of only 3 in the world, for advanced propulsion engine testing.

 
Tomorrow's Zero Gravity Honeymoons Trump Any Billionaire Weddings of Today
Tomorrow's Zero Gravity Honeymoons Trump Any Billionaire Weddings of Today

15 Jun 2021, 13:27 UTC · By: Cristian Curmei / This project rendering is a visual representation of a system meant to offer newlyweds the experience of a lifetime, a honeymoon in space.

 
Honda and JAXA to Create a "Renewable Energy System" in Space
Honda and JAXA to Create a "Renewable Energy System" in Space

14 Jun 2021, 13:37 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Honda announced on June 14th plans to build a renewable energy system in space.

 
After Surviving a Wild Ride on Mars, NASA Ingenuity Takes to the Martian Sky
After Surviving a Wild Ride on Mars, NASA Ingenuity Takes to the Martian Sky

14 Jun 2021, 11:59 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / After encountering a mid-flight anomaly on May 22nd, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter is back up and running. The helicopter successfully completed its 7th flight.

 
Space Force Launches 'Space Domain Awareness Satellite' With Pegasus XL Rocket
Space Force Launches 'Space Domain Awareness Satellite' With Pegasus XL Rocket

14 Jun 2021, 08:28 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / On June 13th, the U.S. Space Force successfully launched a Tactically Responsive Launch-2 (TacRL-2) mission using a Pegasus XL Rocket

 
Venus Is the New Hotpot for Space Agencies,ESA to Send Probe to Study the Planet
Venus Is the New Hotpot for Space Agencies,ESA to Send Probe to Study the Planet

13 Jun 2021, 12:52 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / ESA announced that will send an orbiter to study Venus. Th news came not even two weeks after NASA stated that it will send two missions to explore the planet.

 
One Brave Earthling Is Paying $28 Million to Fly With Jeff Bezos to Space
One Brave Earthling Is Paying $28 Million to Fly With Jeff Bezos to Space

13 Jun 2021, 06:51 UTC · By: Daniel Patrascu / The auction for a seat of the Blue Origin New Shepard Crew Capsule concluded this weekend, with someone offering $28 million to go to space with Jeff Bezos

 
HiDRON Glider Soars to Near Space to Test Turbulence Detection Tech
HiDRON Glider Soars to Near Space to Test Turbulence Detection Tech

9 Jun 2021, 16:34 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / Between June 1st and June 6th, HiDRON stratospheric glider performed a series of flights to test new turbulence detection instruments.

 
NASA Juno Spacecraft Snaps Photos of Our Solar System's Largest Moon
NASA Juno Spacecraft Snaps Photos of Our Solar System's Largest Moon

9 Jun 2021, 09:05 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / NASA Juno spacecraft had a close encounter with Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede on June 7th. The flyby provided images of the satellite's icy surface

 
UK Scientists Sent Worms to the ISS for Muscle Decline Research
UK Scientists Sent Worms to the ISS for Muscle Decline Research

7 Jun 2021, 13:50 UTC · By: Otilia Drăgan / Worms are the "stars" of a recent experiment related to muscle decline, conducted by UK scientists and funded by the UK Space Agency

 
U.S. Air Force Plans to Deliver Cargo Worldwide via Large Commercial Rockets
U.S. Air Force Plans to Deliver Cargo Worldwide via Large Commercial Rockets

7 Jun 2021, 12:41 UTC · By: Florina Spînu / The U.S. Air Force announced its fourth Vanguard program which aims to use large commercial rockets to repidly deliver cargo across the world.