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Dear readers and follower, NASA’s Kepler Mission found stars that resemble our sun about a few million years after its birth. The Kepler data showed many examples of what are called “superflares” – enormous explosions so ra...
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Dear readers and followers, Elon Musk the CEO of Space X tweeted announced this work by a tweet that the company was planning the first reflight of a recovered first stage in September or October. That ...
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Let's go !!!!!
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Dear readers and followers, +NASA and the private space industry has its sights set on putting a human on Mars. Europe, however, has slightly more modest goals; it wants to put humans back on the moon and build a base. ...
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POPULATING THE MOON. What a fiasco this will be.
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SpaceX is trying to land and recover the first stages of Falcon 9 rockets so that they can be flown again, something company CEO Elon Musk believes is a critical breakthrough necessary to reduce launch costs.
Dear readers and followers, Next time a SpaceX rocket touches down, it will be on solid ground. Actually, After its next launch, SpaceX hopes to fly a Falcon 9 booster back to a landing site on Cape Canaveral Air Force...
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#Japan will launch its robotic HTV-5 cargo vessel toward the #ISS   on Wednesday morning, August 19th at 7:50 a.m. EDT (1150 GMT). You can watch the liftoff live in the window below, courtesy of #NASA TV.
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Internet coverage all around the world with 900 Internet broadcasting satellites built by #Airbus  . Each #OneWeb satellite will weigh less than 150 kg. 
Dear readers and followers, Airbus Defense and Space and OneWeb, a startup backed by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and wireless tech giant Qualcomm, announced Monday plans to set up a joint venture for the constructio...
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Dear reader and followers, In order to stop rumors on social network, such as facebook about UFO over an US airport, the explanation has been released: It was Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral, over the Miami Airport...
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Successful space launch for Soyuz with Sentinel-1 satellite, Cubesats and MicroSCOPE satellite #ONERA  
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Dear readers and followers, The second Sentinel-1 satellite, called Sentinel-1B was launched on April 25 2016 to provide more ‘radar vision’ for Europe’s environmental Copernicus programme. The launch has been done on a So...
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Let's try !!! and show your skills !
Dear reader and followers, it is super hard to land a rocket on a platform in the middle of an ocean. Elon Musk has had to learn that the hard way, and now, you too can experience the crushing disappointment of trying to...
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#The Martian takes place 20 years in the future, +NASA is already developing many of the #technologies that appear in the #movie. #habitat   #plantfarm   #rover   #ionpropulsion  
Dear readers and followers, NASA explained the science behind nine real NASA technologies featured in Ridley Scott’s new film The Martian. Based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Andy Weir, the upcoming film stars Mat...
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The revolution is coming ! Internet for everyone ^^
 
Internet coverage all around the world with 900 Internet broadcasting satellites built by #Airbus  . Each #OneWeb satellite will weigh less than 150 kg. 
Dear readers and followers, Airbus Defense and Space and OneWeb, a startup backed by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and wireless tech giant Qualcomm, announced Monday plans to set up a joint venture for the constructio...
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Internet coverage all around the world with 900 Internet broadcasting satellites built by #Airbus  . Each #OneWeb satellite will weigh less than 150 kg. 
Dear readers and followers, Airbus Defense and Space and OneWeb, a startup backed by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and wireless tech giant Qualcomm, announced Monday plans to set up a joint venture for the constructio...
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Now this is an excellent project, specially for developing countries. However as it is, right now, this looks like a very costly method. There's Google with their Project Loon too.
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