space exploration

How SpaceX Will Launch Starship Again

Posted in Business, Hardware, Science on 25th Sep, 2023
by Alex Muller

On September 8, the FAA closed its inquiry, citing 63 corrective actions SpaceX would need to take before its second attempt to send Starship to orbit.

Virgin Galactic has a launch date for its first paying space tourists

Posted in Business, Science on 27th Jun, 2023
by Alex Muller

The company's climb to space tourism has been a nearly 20-year-long journey.

Interview with Dr Thomas Clayson, chief technology officer of Magdrive, a UK space tech startup developing next-generation spacecraft propulsion.

Posted in Business, Hardware, Interviews, Science on 31st Jan, 2023
by Alex Muller

Their system has over ten times the thrust of similar size electric propulsion systems, with applications including satellite servicing and deep space transport.

The Future Of International Cooperation In Space Is Splitting Along Lines Of Power On Earth

Posted in Business, Science on 2nd May, 2022
by Alex Muller

Maintaining the focus on scientific goals and exchanges between and within space blocs-while keeping political rivalries at bay-will help to ensure the future of international cooperation in space.

The biggest space telescope of all time has finally gotten off the ground

Posted in Hardware, Science on 27th Dec, 2021
by Alex Muller

As of now we wait for the telescope to finish its full deployment so that its scientific mission can begin.