Before launching into heavy-duty terms such as ‘cubesat’ and ‘Blue Origin’, one should have a fair idea about the meanings of these terms. With a bit of background info, understanding the space research opportunities for regular citizens becomes very easy to grasp. Read on...
If you thought building, launching, and operating nano-satellites is a proverbial walk in the park, think again... While it is true that almost any person, institution, or entity can build and launch a nano-satellite, theRead more
Interviewed recently, NanoRacks MD Jeffrey Manber had this to say about the small but sophisticated Lithuaniam CubeSat satellites now being deployed into low earth orbit from the International Space Station: Space exploration is something you doRead more
Lets start on the edge... The outermost edge of our solar system, where over three billion miles from Earth our neighborhood seems vast from way out here and at the very center is our sunRead more
More immediate news you may have heard from the SciShow about the satellite that launched last week. It’s called the Soil Moisture Active Passive Observatory and it’s going to be super useful for people whoRead more
Space Exploration Space exploration is something you do today when you’re optimistic. It's for optimistic people. It's for optimistic societies, optimistic nations and so it's wonderful that Lithuania is taking this step and one ofRead more
In one nine hundred fifty seven the Soviet Union launched Sputnik one the first artificial satellite with the diameter of only fifty eight centimeters. It was tiny by today's standards but that tiny sphere startedRead more