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Advancing India’s Space Sector: ISRO’s IMS-1 Satellite Bus Technology Transferred to...

In a momentous move towards strengthening India's space sector and encouraging private industry participation, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has transferred its state-of-the-art IMS-1 Satellite Bus Technology to Alpha Design Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Americans Want US as global Space leader

About seven out of ten Americans believe that the United States must continue to maintain its position as a global leader in space exploration, with both Republicans and Democrats supporting this view. Over 50 years ago, the space race between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union captivated the world. However, as more countries like India and China pursue their space exploration goals, the U.S. faces new challenges in maintaining its leadership.

Fusion Rocket Engine: Pioneering Technology for Faster Space Travel

Pulsar Fusion is constructing the largest fusion rocket engine to demonstrate the potential of nuclear fusion propulsion in revolutionizing space travel. With the ability to generate ultra-high temperatures and pressures, this technology aims to halve travel times to Mars and significantly shorten journeys to distant celestial bodies. By leveraging machine-learning algorithms, scientists are working to stabilize and control the super-hot plasma necessary for fusion. If successful, this propulsion system could achieve speeds of 500,000 miles per hour and unlock new possibilities for space exploration.

Euclid Voyages to Explore dark Universe

Euclid telescope, the European space telescope blasted off on July 1on a quest to explore the mysterious and invisible realm known as the dark universe.

India is 27th Country to Sign Artemis Accords

 India became the 27th country to sign the Artemis Accords for peaceful space exploration for non-military purposes and will help in a manned mission to the International Space Station (ISS) next year. 

A Wooden Satellite To Space

 Is it absurd to think of sending a wooden satellite into space? Though wood is not considered as durable as metal, an experiment shows wood is surprisingly sturdy in outer space. This prompted a group of researchers to put the first wooden satellite into space and they would probably launch in in 2024, if things go well.

China Makes History Sending First Civilian Astronaut to Space

China on May 30 achieved a historic milestone in its space program by sending its first civilian astronaut to space. Gui Haichao, a professor at the Beihang University in Beijing regarded as a payload specialist, joined two military astronauts on the Shenzhou-16 spacecraft that blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwestern China at 9:31 a.m. local time.

Space Suit for Astronauts who Land in Moon after 50 Years

When astronauts return to the Moon for the first time in over 50 years as part of NASA’s Artemis III mission, they will be wearing Axiom Space’s next-generation spacesuit to walk on the lunar surface.

NASA to Send Humans to Lunar South Pole

NASA is for making history by sending first humans to explore the region near the lunar South Pole. The Space Agency will...

DART Mission; First-Ever Planetary Defence Test

After ten months in space, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test(DART) – the world’s first planetary defence technology demonstration – successfully impacted its...