The European counterpart to NASA, the ESA has launched its cargo ship, the “Albert Einstein” into outer space. It is a heavy vehicle and will meet up with the International Space Station that is already orbiting planet earth.
Jun 6 2013, 6:16am CDT
Source: Orlando Business Journal
As the pace toward human space exploration quickens, Boeing's next step was in full view during a tour of its 50,000-square-foot Commercial Crew Processing Facility on the Space Coast.
A full-size mock-up of the Commercial Space Transportation capsule, aka CST-100, was displayed along with several components and instruments that are part of the system and its production, including a scale model of the American-made Atlas V transport system, cur ...
Full article at: Orlando Business Journal
Jun 9 2014, 1:57pm CDT
NASA Mars robot has successfully landed on the red planet.
Aug 6 2012, 2:15am CDT
Source: Extreme Tech
NASA has successfully completed the first test of the International Space Station's new OPALS laser communications system. OPALS links the ISS to an observatory here on Earth at very high speeds (around 50 megabits per second), allowing for the real-time transmission of high-resolution video among other things. This is orders of magnitude faster than existing radio-based links, and is a significan ...
Full article at: Extreme Tech
Jun 9 2014, 11:28am CDT
Google Partnered with NASA to create the largest special collection of Street View imagery to date, totaling 6,000 panoramic views.
Aug 2 2012, 8:59am CDT
Space Exploration Technologies has introduced a manned spacecraft the company designed to carry astronauts to low-Earth orbit and the International ...
Full article at: GovConWire
May 30 2014, 7:46am CDT
Augmented reality app let you explore different spacecraft
Jul 12 2012, 1:00pm CDT