la.epeak.inNasa launching laser satellite today to study Earth’s changing ice ⋆ California EPeakICESat-2 will improve upon NASA’s 15-year record of monitoring the change in polar ice heights. NASA is launching a laser-armed satellite next month that will measure — in unprecedented detail — changes in the heights of Earth’s polar ice to understand what is causing ice sheets to melt fast. In recent years, contributions of melt from the ice sheets of …1
innovationtoronto.comA spinning heat shield for future spacecraft could reduce the cost of space travelA University of Manchester PhD student has developed a prototype flexible heat shield for spacecraft that could reduce the cost of space travel and even aid future space missions to Mars. Heat shields6
marsdaily.comUS, Russia likely to go to Mars Together, former NASA astronaut saysColorado Springs (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 - The United States and Russia are on a path to jointly explore deep space and will most likely fly to Mars together, former NASA astronaut Ronald M. Sega told Sputnik. I think we are on a path21
dailykos.comThis week in space: Delta last, Moon tourist, Mars needs your helpNASA: ULA’s final Delta II carries IceSat-2 to orbit On Saturday morning, the very last Delta II was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying NASA’s Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite (AKA IceSat 2) to orbit. The new satellite will join...
marketprimenews.comParker Solar Probe: NASA Successfully Launches Parker Solar Probe with Plans to Study the Solar Storms - Market Prime News - News and Press Release DistributionFLORIDA – Aug. 12, 2018, NASA successfully launched its Parker Solar Probe on a mission to unlock sun’s deepest secrets using its ULA Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The project is worth $ 1.5 Billion, the biggest under NASA’s living with a star program. NASA was forced to …1
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comGovernor Moonbeam says California will launch ‘its own damn satellite’ as a swipe at TrumpFriday California Governor Jerry Brown said his state will launch its own satellite in a bid to combat climate change, following up on a promise he made after the election of President Trump.1