- India Gets Into The Space War
India will set up an aerospace defence command to shield itself against possible attacks from outer space, officials said Sunday. ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 30 2007 - 3:15am
- First Thai Observation Satellite To Be Orbited In October
Thailand is doing the final preparations for the launch of its first earth observation satellite called THEOS into orbit in October, Thai Science and Technology Minister Yongyuth Yuthavong said Friday. The THEOS project is expected to be completed in Augu ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 29 2007 - 1:04pm
- Hubble Space Telescope's Main Camera Stops Working
On Saturday, Hubble's main camera, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), stopped working. Until a solution, at least in part, can be found, Hubble will be returned to work with the remaining instruments. Saturday 27 January 2007 at 13:34 CET, the NA ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 30 2007 - 7:05pm
- James Webb Space Telescope's 'Spine' Passes Health Tests
The "spine" of the James Webb Space Telescope, called the backplane, is in great health for space, according to scientists and engineers. Recent tests show that the backplane, which supports the big mirrors of the telescope, can handle its trip i ...
Article - Administrator - Apr 16 2015 - 9:18am
- MiG-29 K/KUB Fighters For India
The first MiG-29KUB carrier-based fighter developed for the Indian Navy took off at the Russian Zhukovsky aircraft test centre on January 22. ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 30 2007 - 7:41pm
- "No One Is Going To Drop The ISS"
The International Space Station will likely remain operational until 2025, the head of the Russian spacecraft manufacturer Energia said Tuesday. "No one is going to sink or drop the ISS, as all countries realize that the station is becoming a full-sc ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 30 2007 - 7:49pm
- How Space Inspires Fashion
How can space inspire fashion? Has it inspired fashion throughout history? These were questions put to participants of a fashion workshop in Stockholm, timed to coincide with Christer Fuglesang’s trip to the ISS. ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 31 2007 - 11:22am
- Sea Launch Operations To Be Resumed Despite Liftoff Failure
Russia's Federal Space Agency said Wednesday it hopes the Sea Launch project will be resumed despite the explosion of a Zenit-3SL rocket carrying a commercial communications satellite. "A Sea Launch Zenit-3SL vehicle, carrying the NSS-8 satellit ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 31 2007 - 11:23am
- Dig Deeper To Find Martian Life
Probes designed to find life on Mars do not drill deep enough to find the living cells that scientists believe may exist well below the surface of Mars, according to research led by UCL (University College London). Although current drills may find essentia ...
Article - Administrator - Jan 23 2008 - 11:00pm
- Is There A Pilot In The Insect?
When they fly, insects use their vision for piloting, just like human pilots. The electric signals from their facetted eyes travel through specialized neurons to stimulate the wing muscles, which let the insects correct their flight and avoid crashes. Cou ...
Article - News Staff - Feb 14 2007 - 11:40am