Blue Origin: Amazon founder wants to deliver cargo to the moon soon

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos proposed a delivery service to the moon to NASA that should start working in a few years. That reports the Washington Post citing an unpublished paper that Bezos sent to the US Space Agency as head of the Blue Origin rocket company. Bezos – the who Washington Post owns – have … Read more

Tesla Roadster with SpaceX missile package: Musk confirms 1.1-second acceleration

TESLA May 21, 2021 at 10:32 am The new Tesla Roadster with SpaceX package accelerates even faster than expected. From a standstill, you can reach 96.5 km / h in just 1.1 seconds. This was confirmed by Elon Musk. There will be design changes to the Tesla Roadster before it goes on sale. (Source: Tesla) … Read more

Future farmers in an “incubator” to validate their installation project

At the Ferme des Millets, in the Loire, member of the Network of agricultural test areas (Reneta). VERONIQUE POPINET / HANS LUCAS These babies have green thumbs but older than the incubator age. However, they spend an average of two years there. Time to get to grips with the reality of the field before setting … Read more

T-Tec 2021: industry innovation competition initiated by Telespazio and Leonardo

As of July 1, 2021, the third edition of # T-TeC (Telespazio Technology Contest), Telespazio’s Technology Contest under the initiative Open Innovationwhich for the first time is open to students and researchers from universities and departments around the world. Telespazio and Leonardo declare that their goal is to promote through # T-TeC technological innovation in … Read more

Space Robotics Market Research Report by Solution, by Application, by End User, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Space Robotics Market Research Report by Solution (Robotics & Subsystems, Sensors & Autonomous Systems, and Services), by Application (In-Space 3D Printing, In-Space Maintenance & Inspection, and Space Exploration & Space Transportation), by End User, by Region (Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East & Africa) – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 New … Read more

Relativity Space to take over massive former Boeing C-17 site • Long Beach Post News

The company, which already has a presence in Long Beach, is significantly expanding its operation in signing a 16.5-year lease for the sprawling 93-acre site west of Long Beach Airport. The property includes a 1.1 million-square-foot hangar that is big enough to hold the LA Memorial Coliseum. The value of the lease with Australian-based developer … Read more

KBR JV Wins $531M Engineering Services Contract From NASA

KBR, Inc. KBR, in conjugation with Aerodyne Industries LLC, has won a $531-million Mechanical Integrated Services and Technology (MIST) II contract from NASA. Per the contract, the joint venture (JV) will provide engineering services for new NASA missions, including design, analysis and verification; technical support for the development of space flight, airborne and ground-based instruments … Read more

Mars helicopter begins to scout for Perseverance rover with longest flight

This image looking west toward the Seitah geologic unit on Mars was taken from the height of 33 feet (10 meters) by NASA’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter during its sixth flight on May 22, 2021. Photo courtesy of NASA | License Photo NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover used its dual-camera Mastcam-Z imager to capture this image of … Read more

DVIDS – News – Medicine Among the Stars: Astronaut Talks About His Experiences, Medical Treatments in Space

In the fetal position, stuffed tightly into a craft originally designed by the Soviets, American Astronaut and Army Col. (Dr.) Andrew Morgan left the Earth onboard a Soyuz MS-13 from a spaceport in the Kazakhstan desert. As the Russian spacecraft continued its shaking acceleration toward Earth’s thermosphere, Morgan felt the pressure of gravity double, triple, … Read more

SpaceX tracking camera captures epic video of Falcon 9 rocket landing

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket landed successfully back on Earth after delivering dozens of satellites to polar orbit this week — and a tracking camera at the launchpad caught the rocket’s flawless touchdown on tape. The Transporter-2 mission lifted off at 3:11 p.m. EST (1511 GMT) on Wednesday (June 30) from Space Launch Complex 40 … Read more