The quest to discover Earth 2.0 was a fight against the odds for the Kepler mission
The Asteroid Impact Mission (AIM) will be the first spacecraft to visit a binary asteroid system and ESA’s first mission to a small body since Rosetta.
ESA satellites have been observing and documenting the changing Earth since 1977. Now it is launching its most ambitious project yet – Copernicus.
Lack of relative guidance on the problem of space debris is itself the result of a lack of fundamental research into the problem.
Space food isn’t only a matter of basic survival; it’s also a massive logistical challenge for current and future missions.
Observing Near Earth Objects is not enough – we must be more proactive in our plans for dealing with a potentially threatening asteroid.
Technology and innovation in business and entrepreneurial talent has forged ahead of the regulatory guidelines and necessary standards. This study seeks to consider in a comprehensive and thoughtful way the best way forward in “new space” initiatives.
The Spaceport in Houston, Texas is the 10th commercial spaceport in the US, and one that is borne of NASA’s rich history.
The H-IIA rocket is incredibly reliable. But the Japanese space industry is already working on a successor.
LavaHive is a Mars colony built using the planet’s own sand and dust.