NASA is sending aircraft to Mars

NASA Is Sending Aircraft To Mars – The First Attempt Ever

NASA Is Sending Aircraft To Mars – The First Attempt Ever   Scientists were able to see Mars from land with rovers as well as from space using orbital spacecraft for many years. So that is no fresh news. But NASA is willing to go one step further and is seeking to prove that it […]

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Top 10 Aviation Museums Around The World

Top 10 Aviation Museums Around The World The world’s best aviation museums capture the achievements and products of pilots, designers, and engineers. These are the people who got us from those first flights to space travel. So, if you love aviation just like we do, you should visit at least one of these spectacular museums […]

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Space

Blast Your Loved One Into Space for $2500

Blast Your Loved One Into Space for $2500 A company hoping to send people’s ashes into space has announced its next mission will be on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Elysium Space is a San Francisco based startup self-proclaimed as a mix of funeral and space experts. In 2015, the company attempted to send a cubesat into […]

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Space Shuttle in a Kazakhstan Desert

Russia’s Secret Space Shuttle in a Kazakhstan Desert

Russia’s Secret Space Shuttle in a Kazakhstan Desert In 1974, Russia launched its largest, most expensive project in space exploration history in response to NASA’s space shuttle program. The Soviets’ Buran program lasted nearly two decades (from 1974 to 1993), and only one automated orbital flight had been completed before the whole project was canceled due to […]

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Virgin Galactic

Virgin Galactic Takes a Step Toward Space Tourism Goal

Virgin Galactic Takes a Step Toward Space Tourism Goal Virgin Galactic’s second SpaceShipTwo took to the skies over Mojave, California May 1 for the first test flight of the craft’s atmospheric re-entry system, which was modified after a fatal test flight in 2014 destroyed the original ship. The uniquely designed spaceplane have the ability to […]

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Human Space Flight

International Day of Human Space Flight

International Day of Human Space Flight The General Assembly, in its resolution of 7 April 2011, declared 12 April as the International Day of Human Space Flight “to celebrate each year at the international level the beginning of the space era for mankind, reaffirming the important contribution of space science and technology in achieving sustainable development goals […]

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Felix Baumgartner’s Jump From The Edge Of Space

Felix Baumgartner’s Jump From The Edge Of Space About four years ago, Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner ascended to the edge of space, some 39 000 metres above ground, in a capsule attached to a helium balloon, and jumped, freefalling towards Earth at supersonic speeds. An incredible eight million people signed into YouTube on 14 October 2012 to […]

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Blue Origin Flies Reusable Suborbital Rocket

Blue Origin Flies Reusable Suborbital Rocket Jeff Bezos’ dream project Blue Origin has taken another step close to perfecting its reusable rocket module. Company has successfully completed the fourth launch and landing of their New Shepard rocket and crew capsule. With another nominal flight test, Jeff Bezos’ rocket company is marching toward their goal of becoming the first private […]

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New NASA X-plane Will Be a Quieter Supersonic Jet

New NASA X-plane will be a quieter Supersonic Jet NASA’s new series of bullet-shaped “X-planes” are the first step towards trying to resurrect the dream of supersonic air travel. NASA has awarded Lockheed Martin $20 million contract to develop a preliminary design for a quiet demonstration passenger aircraft designed to fly faster than the speed of […]

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Virgin Galactic Unveils New Spaceship

Virgin Galactic unveils new spaceship that could take tourists to space Virgin Galactic’s race to become the first major private space tourism company just got closer to reality! Last week company rolled out a new version of its SpaceShipTwo vehicle. It was dubbed the “Unity”, a name chosen by renowned physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking, Virgin Galaxy said in a […]

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