SpaceX Starlink Internet Helps Family Document Coquihalla Highway Repairs in B.C. [VIDEO]

A family living off-grid in remote mountains near Coquihalla Pass has been using a Starlink connection to document the Coquihalla Highway repairs on YouTube — as spotted by Tesla North. Recent storms in British Columbia flooded the Coquihalla Highway that connects Vancouver to Kamloops, causing substantial damage to the highway and its surroundings. The storms … Read more

Competition for the “most atmospheric” images of the Earth. Winners announced

This year’s edition of the competition organized by CloudFerro, a Polish provider of cloud services and satellite data access platforms, was held under the slogan: “Together for Green Earth!” (Eng. “Together for the Green Earth!”). Competition applications, for which Internet users voted, presented the real climate problems of our planet. The aim of the competition … Read more

Russia launches new Prichal module to International Space Station

A new Russian module is on its way to the International Space Station. A Russian-built Soyuz rocket carrying a modified Progress cargo spacecraft and the new Prichal docking module lifted off from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Wednesday (Nov. 24) at 8:06 a.m. EST (1306 GMT). “Liftoff! Twenty-three years and four days after the first … Read more

ONF ‘Goosebumps’: Release date and all about last album before group enlistment

On the same day ONF announced to fans that the five Korean members of the group had made their decision to enlist in the military as a group, the members also announced that they were going to release their new album that fans could enjoy until the boys return after fulfilling their duties towards their … Read more

Every Space Tourism Package in 2021 Ranked: From $125K to $60 Million

Sir Richard Branson flew into space aboard a Virgin Galactic vessel, a voyage he described as the “experience of a lifetime” at the Spaceport America in New Mexico, United States on July 11, 2021. Virgin Galactic / Handout/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images 2021 is a historic year for commercial space travel. A record number of … Read more

From Poland for European satellites and rockets. Miniature GNSS receiver “ready to fly”

The orbital vehicle navigation system allows for precise determination of its relative position in the outer space and precise monitoring of the flight trajectory. GMV together with Polish partners, including The Space Research Center is developing a GNSS receiver with two applications: for light launch rockets and for micro- and nanosatellites. The device is compatible … Read more

NMSU students explore new technology for the ‘New Space Era’

LAS CRUCES – Engineering students at New Mexico State University are working with aerospace industry leader Northrop Grumman on projects that may someday solve issues for military and commercial satellite missions with CubeSats — miniature space vehicles that have a big impact on our lives today and the promise of even more for the future. … Read more

A NASA astronaut who took part in the first all-female spacewalk describes what it was like wearing an oversized 1970s spacesuit in zero gravity

Astronaut Jessica Meir.Photo by Andrei ShelepinTASS via Getty Images Astronaut Dr Jessica Meir described the challenges of wearing a spacesuit from the 1970s in 2019. It’s “incredibly cumbersome,” and “pressurized,” she told Insider in an exclusive interview. She said balancing and moving around in an oversized spacesuit was particularly difficult. Wearing a spacesuit in zero … Read more

Hadfield’s Cold War space thriller manages to (mostly) stick the landing

America’s Apollo program may have ended with the splashdown of Apollo 17 in December 1972, but it has continued for decades on the big screen, TV and in fiction: The 2011 horror film Apollo 18 depicted alleged “found footage” of a doomed Cold War lunar mission, while more recently the Apple+ series For All Mankind … Read more