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Saturday, July 4, 2020
Starlink’s Satellites Will be Orbiting at a Much Lower Elevation, Minimizing the Dangers of Area Scrap

Starlink’s Satellites Will be Orbiting at a Much Lower Elevation, Minimizing...

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Among Elon Musk’s many plans for the future, one of the more ambitious has been the creation of a constellation of satellites that will offer broadband internet access to the entire world. Known as “Starlink”, the company’s long-term plan is to deploy over 12,000 internet satellites to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) by the mid-2020s. Despite…
Astronomers Aren’t Delighted About a Russian Strategy to Put Signboards in Area

Astronomers Aren’t Delighted About a Russian Strategy to Put Signboards in...

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It was bound to happen. While the rest of us look up at the night sky, and wonder at what we’re seeing, ponder how it all fits together, and strain ourselves trying to understand how our origins are intertwined with all that we see, others don’t. They look up at the magnitude of the night…
Sen has actually Introduced a 4K Video Stream to Area

Sen has actually Introduced a 4K Video Stream to Area

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In 2014, British entrepreneur Charles Black founded the company Sen (an acronym for Space Exploration Network) with the vision of “democratizing space”. Behind this vision was Black’s desire to create the world’s first 4K video streaming platform that could send video from space to billions of people worldwide. The purpose of this is to educate…
SpaceX Utilizes a Thrice-Launched Booster to Send Out 64 Satellites Into Area.

SpaceX Utilizes a Thrice-Launched Booster to Send Out 64 Satellites Into...

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Earlier today (Monday, Dec. 3rd), private aerospace giant SpaceX launched its Spaceflight SSO-A: SmallSat Express mission. The launch took place from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Aboard the rocket were 64 spacecraft, consisting of microsatellites, cubesates, technology demonstrators and educational research endeavors. This mission was a milestones for…
It Might be Possible to Transfer Information Through Gravitational Waves

It Might be Possible to Transfer Information Through Gravitational Waves

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On February 11th, 2016, scientists at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) made history when they announced the first detection of gravitational waves. Originally predicted made by Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity a century prior, these waves are essentially ripples in space-time that are formed by major astronomical events – such as the merger of…
Astronomers Prepare Yourself, Another Artificial Star to Destroy Your Information is Coming. Artist is Preparation to Release a Giant, Unfolding Structure That’ll be Brilliant in the Sky For a Couple Of Months

Astronomers Prepare Yourself, Another Artificial Star to Destroy Your Information is...

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One of the most cited reasons and benefits of space exploration is the way it brings people together. Think of iconic moments, like the Moon Landing or the launch of Yuri Gagarin (the first man to go into space), and the impact they had on their respective generations. Looking to the future, there are many…
Move Over SpaceX. Amazon Wants To Introduce Countless Web Satellites Too

Move Over SpaceX. Amazon Wants To Introduce Countless Web Satellites Too

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Back in April 2019 Amazon signaled its intention to get into the internet satellite business. Following in the footsteps of SpaceX and their Starlink satellite system, Amazon intends to launch thousands of internet satellites in the coming years. Now that they’ve filed their application with the FCC, we have more details of their plan. Amazon…
British Satellite Evaluates its Area Scrap Harpoon

British Satellite Evaluates its Area Scrap Harpoon

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Last summer, a new type of debris-hunting satellite was released from the International Space Station (ISS). It’s known as the RemoveDebris spacecraft, a technology-demonstrator developed by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd and the Surrey Space Center. The purpose of this satellite is to test whether satellites equipped with targeting software, a debris net and a harpoon…
SpaceX’s Starlink Constellation Building Starts. 2,200 Satellites Will increase Over the Next 5 years

SpaceX’s Starlink Constellation Building Starts. 2,200 Satellites Will increase Over the...

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Elon Musk has made a lot of crazy promises and proposals over the years, which inevitably leads people to pester him about deadlines. Whether it’s reusable rockets, affordable electric cars, missions to Mars, intercontinental flights, or anything having to do with his many other ventures, the question inevitably is “when can we expect it?” That…
Ice loss in Greenland is Speeding Up

Ice loss in Greenland is Speeding Up

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The rate at which Greenland is losing its ice is accelerating. This unsurprising conclusion comes from a new study based on 25 years of satellite data from the European Space Agency. The new study was published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. The study is called 25 years of elevation changes of the Greenland Ice…

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