The Chinese Space Station Disintegrated over the Pacific

As it fell to Earth, the Chinese space station Tiangong-1 disintegrated over the Pacific on Monday 2nd April. There was no damage. The Chinese space station Tiangong-1 disintegrated Monday in full flight as it returned to the Earth over the Pacific, after two years of uncontrolled evolution into orbit. US air force confirms #Tiangong1 reentry this morning at ~02:16 CEST over …

A Chinese Space Station Could Soon Crash in France!

SPACE: The trajectory of the Chinese space station could end up towards Toulon, Corsica, Perpignan or Lourdes …  According to information from the Parisian , debris from the Chinese space station Tiangong-1, launched in 2011, could crash on Earth between the 29th March and the 6th April. According to the European Space Agency, this debris could crash in a …

Ariane 5: The Two Satellites were Sent into Orbit … But not in the Right Place

The two telecommunications satellites on board the European Ariane 5 which took off from French Guiana, was put into orbit, not the right place. The two telecommunications satellites on board the European Ariane 5 which took off Thursday from French Guiana, was put into orbit, but not in the right place. Arianespace  however hoped a future “repositioning of …

NASA Filmed the West of France and Europe in Ultra High Definition

You have three minutes? Want to visit Europe? So climb aboard the International Space Station and enjoy the show, filmed in high definition by NASA. The ISS, International Space Station or, you know, now. It was the home of the French astronaut Thomas Pesquet for more than six months. And the scientist from Normandy took a number of shots, photos …

A Mysterious Fireball Crossed the Sky in the South of France

Surprised, the people of southern France sighted on Wednesday night the passage of a “fireball” in the sky. The sky of southern France was crossed by a strange “fireball” Wednesday around 6.20 pm. On Twitter, the testimony of spectators flocked phenomenon, sharing their surprise.   y’a eu chez pas quoi c’etais un truck énorme on aurait …

The European Space Agency sign the development contract for Ariane 6 with Airbus and Safran

The European Space Agency (ESA) signed with Airbus Safran Launchers the development contract of the future European launcher Ariane 6, which is to replace the current Ariane 5 for 2020, amounting to 2.4 billion euros. The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed with Airbus Safran Launchers the development contract of the future European launcher Ariane 6, …