Tag Archives: Aerospace

Cosmic Opportunities №55

Illustration created by Pierre Mion. Hello to our fellow readers. Weekly publication is here, fresh news awaits you. Enjoy the reading! Cameron Houser – 10’21 has left the “Farmer’s Business Network”, she was VP Operations and Strategy. James Racofsky – 10’21 has left the “Cape Analytics”, he was Director of Enterprise Sales. Took office as Vice President Of Business Development ...

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A new Climate Model Suggests That Venus Never had Oceans

Thanks to evidence provided by missions like NASA’s Magellan spacecraft, scientists have theorized that Venus likely experienced a catastrophic resurfacing event about 500 million years ago (give or take 200 Mya). This is believed to be the reason why Venus is such a hellish place today, with an atmosphere that is 92 times as dense as Earth’s, predominantly composed of ...

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Arianespace breaks payload mass record on final Ariane 5 launch before Webb

An Ariane 5 rocket lifts off from the Guiana Space Center with the SES 17 and Syracuse 4A communications satellites. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace/S. Martin A European Ariane 5 rocket fired into space Saturday night from French Guiana with a commercial broadband satellite for SES and a French military telecom craft, setting a new payload mass record for geostationary transfer orbit on ...

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I Could Look at James Webb Unboxing Pictures all Day

On Oct. 12th, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) arrived safely at Port de Pariacabo in French Guiana after spending 16 days traveling between California and South America. Since then, the observatory was transported from California to French Guiana and brought to a cleanroom in the Guyanese Space Center (GSC). Here, crews “unboxed” the observatory from its protective cargo container ...

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Musk says Starship may be ready for orbital launch next month, but FAA review continues

Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of SpaceX, said Friday the company’s huge new Starship rocket could be ready for its first orbital test launch from South Texas as soon as November, but the schedule comes with two big uncertainties that may push the launch to next year. “If all goes well, Starship will be ready for its first orbital launch ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №54

Hello to our fellow readers. We are ready to present a portion of fresh news. Let’s start from the “Blue Origin”, it seems that the company continues to lose talented employees and didn’t worrying too much about this sad fact. In the “Descartes Labs” situation not much better, when board members leave the company this means something. Enjoy the reading! ...

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