Spacecraft

There used to be rivers on Mars - here is how we know

Mars' dried up oceans and water sources are a productive place to start in the search for life on the red planet. 

Growing space: Israelis' experiment will try to grow plants on moon in 2025

A team of researchers from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has been selected to be performed in Space-IL's "Beresheet 2" spacecraft expedition.

SpinLaunch successfully completes Suborbital Accelerator test flight

The test showed that standard satellite parts supplied by the company's partners will work with the launch environment.

NASA invites you to gaze at the moon

NASA's website explains that "this celebration provides opportunities to learn about lunar science and exploration, observe celestial bodies, and honor ... connections to the Moon."

NASA prepares to deflect asteroid in mission that can one day save Earth

The first-of-its-kind mission - called the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) Mission - will see a spacecraft crash into an asteroid to see if it is possible to change its trajectory.

NASA announces potential landing regions for Artemis III Moon mission

Artemis III will be the first in a series of missions to bring astronauts to the Moon, including the first woman and the first person of color to be on the Moon.

SpaceIL using Siemens software to simulate conditions for Moon mission

The technology used to create this replica will also be used to simulate and predict conditions and optimize the spacecraft throughout the duration of its lifespan.

Asteroid flies past Earth 27 times faster than speed of sound

A “potentially hazardous” asteroid the size of a blue whale was set to fly past Earth on Friday.

Debris from China rocket launch will crash land, but no one knows where

The 23-ton laboratory is the second module of the station to be built on Earth and shot off into space, the first having blasted off in late April 2021.

China launches second space station module, Wentian

China began constructing the space station in April 2021 with the launch of the Tianhe module, the main living quarters, in the first of 11 crewed and uncrewed missions in the undertaking.

By REUTERS
24/07/2022
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