Posts Tagged ‘space’

Russia and China Have Big Plans in Space

The trend of shifting away from the Washington-led unipolar “international order” toward multipolarism is not just unfolding here on Earth but far above it in orbit and even beyond. Washington’s continued campaign of belligerence toward Moscow has even complicated one of the few fields of constructive cooperation between the two nations, cooperation in space. This […]

Space weaponization “cannot be walked back”

“Let’s be clear: Deploying weapons in space crosses a threshold that cannot be walked back,” stated retired U.S. Army Colonel John Fairlamb in a piece in The Hill, the Washington, D.C. news website. Fairlamb knows the weaponization of space issue. His background includes being an International Affairs Specialist for the Army Space and Missile Defense […]

Nasa Paper Admits Looking For Tech in Space

SECRET SPACE: Nasa Paper Admits Looking For Tech in Space – By Joseph P Farrell Ph.D The Smoking Man  Source – gizadeathstar.com “…From UFO crash sites on other planets and aliens “lurking” on asteroids to a permanent radio telescope on the far side of the Moon, a new NASA-funded study into the search for intelligent […]

SpaceX Crew Dragon arrives with 4 astronauts at space station

Four astronauts who lifted off from Earth on Friday docked at the International Space Station. They were greeted with hugs from colleagues at the space station. They travelled in the SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour capsule. They will replace four astronauts already aboard the space station and who will travel back to Earth later this week. […]

Four astronauts on Elon Musk’s SpaceX capsule dock at International Space Station

Four astronauts including France’s Thomas Pesquet were welcomed with hugs at the International Space Station on Saturday, bringing the station’s population to 11 people. The SpaceX Dragon capsule docked autonomously a day after launching from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. The four astronauts — from France, the US and Japan — will spend six […]

Astronauts arrive at space station aboard SpaceX Endeavour

A four-astronaut team arrived at the International Space Station on Saturday aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule Endeavour, NASA said, after becoming the first crew ever to be propelled into orbit by a rocket booster recycled from a previous spaceflight. The Endeavour capsule, also making its second flight, was launched into space on Friday atop […]

Atheists Joyfully Celebrate ‘Meaningless Rock Hurtling Through Space’ Day

WORLD—Atheists across the globe have come together to celebrate this truly magnificent day that they lovingly refer to as Meaningless Rock Hurtling Through Space Day. This is a day where they hope to reflect on and raise awareness about the challenges facing this absolutely pointless heap of dirt that we live on.   “It has never […]

Russia to quit ISS, build new space station

Russia to quit ISS, build new space station Posted on Thursday, 22 April, 2021 Russia could soon withdraw from the ISS entirely. Image Credit: NASA Russia’s co-operation with NASA and other space agencies could be coming to an end very soon.According to Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin, Russia has plans to pull out of the International […]

New venture capital fund aims to become Israel’s space-tech pioneer

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New unique living space opens for Jews at University of Illinois

The construction of America’s first university-affiliated Jewish living quarters in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is finally complete. The project was started in 2017, and the facilities are open to students applying for the class of 2021-2022. [embedded content] The residence includes 32 two-bedroom suites, with each containing modern furniture and Smart TVs, as […]

Europe must be ambitious to stay ahead in the space race, says ESA

Europe needs to be more ambitious to avoid being left behind in the new space race. That’s the message from the European Space Agency, as it sets out its vision for the future. Josef Aschbacher, the agency’s Director-General set out an ambitious plan – entitled Agenda 2025 – which he says will keep the agency […]

The Struggle for Space: On the Significance of Religious Minorities

Are we losing the “in-built” measures of modernity in the religious minorities’ struggle for reclaiming equal and free space in India? The answer rests in the response of India’s religious minorities to the state of its shrinking democracy. Four Christian women including two nuns were travelling together in a group by Utkal Express from Delhi […]

US-Russian Cooperation in Space Pokes Holes in Conflicts on Earth

A last minute request from NASA to fly an American astronaut on Russia’s Soyuz rocket opens up a wide array of interesting points. Space.com in an article titled, “Here’s how NASA just booked a last-minute trip to space on a Russian Soyuz,” would note: “The crew composition change came as a result of an earnest request from […]

Three innovative Israeli-developed nanosatellites launched into space

Browse > Home / News / Three innovative Israeli-developed nanosatellites launched into space March 23, 2021 by TPS Read on for article Three nanosatellites developed by Israeli scientists at the Technion in Haifa that will perform autonomous formation flights were launched into orbit on Monday on the Soyuz 2 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The […]

3 Israeli nanosatellites blast into space to test new method for rescue beacons

A Soyuz rocket blasted off Monday from Kazakhstan carrying a payload that included three Israeli nanosatellites that will test an alternative way of providing emergency location services for those in need of rescue. The launch had been delayed for two days due to bad weather but eventually succeeded in sending 38 small satellites from 18 […]

Astronauts work on International Space Station upgrades in spacewalk

Two astronauts were scheduled to complete a six hour spacewalk to upgrade the International Space Station. Tasks included venting early ammonia system jumper cables and reconnecting the current cooling systems. The two NASA astronauts also worked on connecting cables for the European Space Agency’s Columbus module. Mission Control is eager to get the station improvements […]

China’s ‘Sharp Eyes’ Program Aims to Surveil 100% of Public Space

March 3rd, 2021 Via: Dave Gershgorn: One of China’s largest and most pervasive surveillance networks got its start in a small county about seven hours north of Shanghai. In 2013, the local government in Pingyi County began installing tens of thousands of security cameras across urban and rural areas — more than 28,500 in total […]

As a child, she beat bone cancer. Now she’s headed into space

Bone cancer survivor Hayley Arceneaux is thrilled to be going into space. As a crew member on SpaceX’s Inspiration4, the world’s first all-commercial astronaut mission to Earth’s orbit, Arceneaux hopes that as the first person to go into space with a prosthesis, she can inspire others. “This mission is opening up space travel to anyone […]

Israeli nanosatellite hitches ride on NASA rocket to International Space Station

Browse > Home / News / Israeli nanosatellite hitches ride on NASA rocket to International Space Station February 19, 2021 by JNS Read on for article A nanosatellite from Tel Aviv University will begin its travel to the International Space Station when it is launched from Wallops Island, Virginia, on a NASA resupply spacecraft tomorrow. […]

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine reports on space nuclear propulsion

A  report advocating rocket propulsion by nuclear power for U.S. missions to Mars, written by a committee packed with individuals deeply involved in nuclear power, was issued last week by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. The 104-page report also lays out “synergies” in space nuclear activities between the National Aeronautics and Space […]

DARPA’s New Space Program Stirs Worldwide Concern

On the same day that Joe Biden obtained the Electoral College majority needed to become president of the United States, a metallic asteroid roughly half the size of New York City made its closest approach to earth. Far from indulging in apocalyptic visions of cosmic destruction, mining company executives like Bob Goldstein of US Nuclear Corp. were […]

Redefine Meat Stakes Claim In Vegan Meat Space, Raising $29M For Commercial Launch

Three years after launching a mission to replace meat with plant-based substitutes using 3D printing technology, Israeli food tech startup Redefine Meat is carving out an important spot in the vegan meat space. Last summer, Redefine Meat unveiled the world’s first plant-based 3D-printed steak (Alt-Steak) that looks, cooks, and tastes like beef. And in January, the startup launched a large-scale […]

India’s space agency to build homegrown alternative to Google Maps, after country introduces ‘own’ Twitter & WhatsApp

India’s space agency has partnered with MapmyIndia, a tech company specializing in digital map data, to build an alternative to Google Maps. The announcement comes as India rolled out local alternatives to Twitter and WhatsApp. The new project was announced by the Indian Space Research Organisation and MapmyIndia late on Friday. The two have not […]

“Powerful Enough To Be Spotted From Space”: Fuel Tanker Convoy Explodes At Afghan-Iran Border

According to the Associated Press, “Two explosions at the border crossing were powerful enough to be spotted from space by NASA satellites. One blast erupted around 1:10 p.m. Afghan time (0840 GMT), the next around a half hour later at 1:42 p.m. local (0912 GMT).” Video of the massive fuel tanker explosion today on the […]

Fruit flies in space ruin dreams of colonizing Mars

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UAE becomes first Arab nation to successfully foray into deep space as Hope probe reaches Mars

The United Arab Emirates is the first Arab nation to successfully reach Mars as its robotic probe entered orbit above the red planet on Tuesday, beginning a two-year mission to map and detail the Martian climate. Emirati officials confirmed that the spacecraft called Al Amal, meaning Hope, successfully entered orbit at 4:15pm GMT. The UAE mission […]

Time To Negotiate For Peace In Space

The U.S. mission to dominate and control the military use of space has been, historically and at present, a major obstacle to achieving nuclear disarmament and a peaceful path to preserve all life on earth. Reagan rejected Gorbachev’s offer to give up Star Wars as a condition for both countries to eliminate all their nuclear […]

Robot Motherships To Launch Drone Swarms From Sea, Underwater, Air And Near-Space

Last week Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark announced that the U.S. Marine Corps had selected them to develop a Long Range Unmanned Surface Vessel (LRUSV), an 11-meter robot boat capable of operating autonomously and launching loitering munitions to attack targets at sea and on land. The unmanned boat is just the latest of a series of new platforms for launching […]

Dubai has announced the creation of a Space Court in order to settle off planet commercial disputes.

Dubai announced Monday the creation of a “space court” to settle commercial disputes, as the UAE – which is also sending a probe to Mars – builds its presence in the space sector. The tribunal will be based at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts, an independent British-inspired arbitration centre based on common law. His Excellency Zaki […]

Congresswoman Says Rothschild-Funded Space Lasers Caused Deadly California Fire

(JTA) — Among the many posts being unearthed amid renewed scrutiny of Marjorie Taylor Greene’s social media history is one in which the new congresswoman implicated “Rothschild Inc” in connection with a deadly forest fire that, she wrote, was started using laser beams from space. Greene, a freshman Republican from Georgia who made waves during […]

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