TAG: space

NASA Is Sending Aircraft To Mars - The First Attempt Ever
May 15, 2018
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 is possible to fly around in th...
Top 10 Aviation Museums Around The World
Jan 26, 2018
If you really love aviation just like we do, you should visit at least one of these spectacular museums in your lifetime!
Blast Your Loved One Into Space for $2500
May 17, 2017
A company hoping to send people’s ashes into space has announced its next mission will be on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
Russia's Secret Space Shuttle in a Kazakhstan Desert
May 15, 2017
In 1974, Russia launched its largest, most expensive project in space exploration history in response to NASA's space shuttle program.
Virgin Galactic Takes a Step Toward Space Tourism Goal
May 04, 2017
A journey to space will soon get the concrete shape with company Virgin Galactic. The company's CEO assures about the commercial spaceflights in 2018.
International Day of Human Space Flight
Apr 12, 2017
The International Day of Human Space Flight is the annual celebration, held on April 12, of the anniversary of the first human space flight by Yuri Gagarin.
Felix Baumgartner's Jump From The Edge Of Space
Jul 13, 2016
About four years ago Felix Baumgartner ascended to the edge of space in a capsule attached to a helium balloon and jumped towards Earth.
Blue Origin Flies Reusable Suborbital Rocket
Jun 28, 2016
Blue Origin flies reusable suborbital rocket. Jeff Bezos’ dream project Blue Origin has taken another step close to perfecting its reusable rocket module.
New NASA X-plane Will Be a Quieter Supersonic Jet
Mar 02, 2016
New NASA X-plane Will Be a Quieter Supersonic Jet. NASA’s new aircraft are the first step towards trying to resurrect the dream supersonic air travel.
Virgin Galactic Unveils New Spaceship
Feb 22, 2016
Virgin Galactic unveils new spaceship that could take tourists to space. At an altitude above 62 miles, passengers will see the Earth below.
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