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South Korea’s Lunar Mission

South Korea successfully launched its first lunar mission on 4th August 2022, and now it is on its way to the moon. The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO), loaded onto SpaceX's...
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Open API the Future Of Radar?

The standard applications of the radar after the mention of the word comes to mind, are usually associated with aerospace, defence and military applications. But as the technology takes strides in...

China Launches Wentian Lab Module Focused On Life Science Researches

China launched Wentian lab module on Sunday is to dock with Tianhe, which can function as both a backup module and a scientific platform focusing on life science and biotechnology researches. The...
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Plastics For Space Technology?

Whether it is a water bottle or a car tire, plastics are everywhere, it is practically everywhere. It is relatively easy to make and can be strong and inexpensive. However, there...

UAH Students Send Payload To Space

A piece of equipment that has been to space and back was conceived and constructed by a group of students from the University of Alabama in Huntsville's Space Hardware Club! The students...

More About The CERN Satellite Launch

This tiny satellite will take CERN's radiation research into space! The European Space Agency has set the launch of the cubesat-sized CELESTA (CERN Latchup Experiment STudent sAtellite) for Wednesday, July 13, 2022....

This Neutron Monitor Will Make Space Travel Safer

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has given a big boost to a project led by the University of Hawaii at Manoa to better predict and understand the weather in space. The...

Predicting Space Events With A Satellite

“Life on Earth is inextricably linked to satellites with telecommunication, internet services, radio communication, GPS, aviation, power installations and even defence systems linked to the satellites orbiting in space.” By predicting extreme...

 DC-DC converter for More Electric Aircraft

GAIA Converter and Universidad Politecnica de Madrid have jointly developed a DC-DC converter specially design for More Electric Aircraft (MEA). The converter works with an efficiency of over 96% and delivers...

Serial 64-Mbit Radiation Tolerant Flash Memory for Aerospace Operations

Microchip has announced the release of SST26LF064RT, a 64-Mbit serial quad I/O NOR flash memory device for use in harsh aerospace and defense system environments. The commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) memory technology...
 
 

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