Plan to build the first commercial space station. Companies join forces

A consortium of entities associated with the Nanoracks company will be responsible for the planned construction of the first independent space station with commercial use (called Starlab). Voyager Space and Lockheed Martin have so far confirmed their commitment to cooperation. Starlab is to be a permanently manned 340 cubic meter orbital platform designed to conduct … Read more

Elon Musk Tells On Twitter That SN20 Orbital Flight Could Happen In November 2021

SpaceX’s latest prototype starship may take off for orbital flight sooner than expected. Yesterday (October 21st), SpaceX completed a static test with its prototype Starship SN20. This was a major hurdle for the spacecraft before its first orbital flight test, which SpaceX had stated would likely take place within a few months. But now, SpaceX … Read more

Adapter structure with 10 CubeSats installed on top of Artemis moon rocket – Spaceflight Now

Workers at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center have lifted the Orion Stage Adapter on top of the Space Launch System moon rocket, adding the structure housing 10 CubeSat rideshare payloads heading into deep space on the Artemis 1 mission. But three of the CubeSat missions missed their opportunity to fly on the first SLS mission. Teams … Read more

Grain at the Archa Theater finally christened “Heavenly Peace”

This year, Zrní celebrated twenty years on the scene and on Thursday also baptized “Heavenly Peace” after a year and a half. The godparents became the most faithful – the technicians. The guest was Nina Marinová from Nina Rosa, she sang three songs with the band. The musicians played their new record complete, the fans … Read more

NASA’s SLS mega moon rocket stacked for the first time, launch slips

Note: We’ve brought you a front-row seat to Florida space news since 1966. Journalism like ours takes time and resources. Please consider a subscription. — Everything is finally coming together for the first launch of NASA’s mega moon rocket, now slated for the first half of next year. Teams at Kennedy Space Center this week put the finishing touches … Read more

INTERVIEW: Disney Plus series ‘Among the Stars’ presents the drama of space travel

Photo: At the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 60 crew member Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency works procedures inside his Soyuz spacecraft. Photo courtesy of Andrey Shelepin / GCTC / Photo courtesy of press site with permission. The new six-part Disney Plus series Among the Stars presents the story of NASA in the … Read more

Vaccinated people don’t develop AIDS, conspiratorial site claims

They would make magnetic, sterile and now… sick with AIDS. In the litany of false medical information surrounding the supposed effects of vaccines against Covid-19, the site Le Grand Réveil, used to hazardous assertions, now claims that “Fully vaccinated people develop acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)”. And to cite as a source the “Official UK government … Read more

With the end of the conjunction of Mars and the Sun, it’s time for Ingenuity to return to flight

NASA’s Mars helicopter is ready to make its first flight attempt after a two-week communication blackout caused by the sun being directly between Earth and the Red Planet. The Ingenuity helicopter, a tech demo drone that was supposed to fly a maximum of five times in a month, has completed 13 successful missions so far, … Read more