NASA will rent the International Space Station to tourists: $ 35,000 per night

NASA will Rent the International Space Station to Tourists: $ 35,000 Per Night

Count around $ 35,000 per night and per astronaut. The first tourists will be able to go there in 2020 and thus develop “the economy of space”. Twenty years after Russia, NASA wants to get paid from 2020 to accommodate space tourists and companies in the International Space Station (ISS), which it seeks to disengage financially. “NASA is opening the […]

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Launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, January 11, 2019.

SpaceX Launches the First 60 Satellites of its Starlink Constellation

SPACE: With its future constellation “Starlink”, Elon Musk wants to provide internet to the entire planet from space The California space company SpaceX has planned to launch this Thursday the first 60 satellites of its future constellation “Starlink” , intended to provide internet to the entire planet from space, and that could one day count 12,000 satellites. The Falcon […]

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What does a black hole look like

What Does a Black Hole Look Like? The First Video Unveiled by Astronomers

Researchers gathered under the project Event Horizon Telescope, present Wednesday 10th April, 2019 the result of a cross-observation to capture the image of a black hole. The end of suspense is approaching: astronomers from around the world, gathered under the project Event Horizon Telescope , present Wednesday, April 10, 2019 the result of a cross-observation to capture the image of […]

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Moon target for US Astronauts in 2024

Moon target for US Astronauts in 2024

President Donald Trump wants to accelerate the return of American astronauts to the moon, within five years, 47 years after the end of the Apollo missions. Forty-seven years after the Apollo missions , the Americans want to be the next to tread the moon again . The government of Donald Trump announced Tuesday 27th March, 2019 an acceleration of the return of American […]

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The Dragon Capsule being collected from Atlantic

NASA and SpaceX Celebrate Successful Round-Trip of Dragon Capsule in Space

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule landed on Friday 8th March, 2019 in the Atlantic after six days in space, paving the way for new manned flights from the United States. Mission accomplished for SpaceX’s new SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule.  It landed Friday 8th March, 2019 in the Atlantic after six days in space, a demonstration that paves the way for […]

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule on a Falcon 9 rocket at Kennedy Space Center, January 29, 2019 in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

SpaceX Sends Mannequin into Space before new American Astronauts

SpaceX will try Saturday to send a mannequin to the International Space Station, before sending new Americans into space, which has not happened since 2011. This is a launch that should not be missed. With three years behind the initial schedule, SpaceX will try Saturday 2nd March to send a mannequin to the International Space Station (ISS). From this launch […]

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Two astronauts on the way to the ISS on a soyuz rocket, abort and make emergency landing

ISS: Two Astronauts Aboard the Soyuz Rocket Land in Emergency

Two astronauts aboard the Soyuz rocket, which was due to visit the International Space Station (ISS), landed in emergency in Kazakhstan on Thursday US astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovitchinin landed in Kazakhstan in emergency after the failure of one of the engines of the Soyuz rocket. They were on board the rocket to take them on […]

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The Ariane 5 rocket takes off from Kourou on July 25, 2018.

Ariane 5 Launched for the 100th Time

Arianespace successfully launched the 100th Ariane 5 rocket from the Kourou base in French Guiana. The European heavy launcher Ariane 5, with a mass of 780 tonnes on take-off, has placed two telecommunications satellites in orbit, Horizons 3e for Intelsat and its partner SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation and Azerspace-2 / Intelsat 38 for Azercosmos and Intelsat, Arianespace […]

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The Chinese Space Station Disintegrated over the Pacific 1

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 […]

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