TS2 SPACE is supporting Mission 4 flight with satellite telecommunications equipments

These equipments will allow an optimum communication among ARCA’s partners for this first Google Lunar X Prize flight: The Romanian Navy, Air Force and Civil Air Traffic Control Centres. The Google Lunar X PRIZE is a $30 million international competition to safely land a robot on the surface of the Moon, travel 500 meters over the lunar surface, and send images and data back to the Earth. Teams must be at least 90% privately funded and must be registered to compete by December 31, 2010. The first team to land…

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Rocket Lab experiments Electron on the new launch pad of Virginia

WASHINGTON – Rocket Lab has conducted experiment an Electron spaceship on its new Virginia launch pad at the forefront of a launch that has since been pushed back to later in the current year.  The company stated on an April 29 statement that it rolled out an Electron spaceship to the launch pad at Launch Complex2 at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport located on the Wallops Island, Virginia, lastly for several tests to confirm the interfaces between the vehicle and the pad.  The experiments ended with a short static-fire analysis of…

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Space 

Living in Mars presents a challenge to a colonist

In an attempt to boost the understanding of the celestial environment, humanity has carried out hundreds of exploration to Mars throughout 1960. Such activities were test flights, with knowledge obtained in brief blasts. Some were fast-standing orbiters who continued to fly across the surface of Mars for years. After the active initial test flight in 1965, Mars has been effectively operated by four airspace institutions: NASA and the ex-soviet Space Programme, the EU Space system, and the Indian Space Science Organisation. At the beginning of human spaceflight, the initial attempts to…

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Coronavirus 

Coronavirus could shrivel the European space industry by over 1 billion euros, government officials caution

Seven individuals from European Parliament, the legislative part of European Union, are pushing for recuperation plan for space organizations hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. The Members of Parliament wrote to Thierry Breton, a chief regulating space in the EU’s official branch, the European Commission, evaluating that the European space division could shrink by 1 billion euros ($1.08 billion) in 2020, identical to 12.5% of the business’ aggregate income. “The Covid-19 pandemic is prompting a sharp monetary lull and to an emotional decrease of universal exchange,” the parliamentarians wrote in an…

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Good news for Automakers in China

Automakers in China are better off after the Chinese government recently announced a move to ease production quotas. This move was inspired by the lag in implementing emission rules. The Chinese governments lays in hopes of revamping the economy by allowing the automakers to produce and sell more. Chinas automotive industry has come under recess recently since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.  Bureaucrats worldwide also expressed their views on slumping of the policy implementations emissions. The Chinese government states that the move is a measure to allow the car…

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Energy 

Germany Electrical Grid to shift to renewables

Renewable energy has impacted global shift from the use of fossil fuel to renewable energy like solar and wind energy. Additionally, the countries that depended on oil as a factor for economic growth are necessitated to look for other primary sources of economic growth. The clean energy sector addresses climatic conditions which are polluted by fossil fuel used in vehicle industries and other power plants. The International Energy Agency stated that renewable firms contribute significantly to global energy production. Likewise, the world pandemic caused by COVID-19 has resulted in a…

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Energy 

Volkswagen opens Door for Battery Improvement 

Volkswagen has a long track record as one of the largest and most traditional automakers. The company has grown from a German-based vehicle manufacturer during world war II to be the most significant carmaker with an expansive roster of brands under its wings. Over the years the company has taken over famous brands like Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Audi all which produce high-end supercars  However, the move toward the green hasn’t spared the auto giant. Despite its reaches into the production of large brands, the company is joining other brands on…

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Space 

Trump’s Space Force launches its first satellite into the orbit

The U.S Space Force has launched its first mission to the space to add to the U.S military sixth mission created in the year 2019. U.S President Donald Trump had a goal of provision of the next-generation military with communications from the space to the earth. The U.S space force mission comprises the advanced Extremely High Frequency, commonly referred to as an AEHF-6 communication satellite.  The primary satellite function is to help the military have a successful communication on the earth’s surface in the air and underneath the sea.  On…

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Coronavirus 

Preventive measures of COVID-19 take their toll on astronomy

As the deadly Coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the world, it is becoming confident that it will affect every life aspect, even the study of what lies beyond our planet. The new Coronavirus spread, which leads to a critical respiratory disease named COVID-19,  is prompting countries around the globe to take aggressive procedures to slow its spread and transmission. Most of the measures taken a focus on lessening local and long-distance travel and maintaining social distance, including classes and conferences. Social distancing and remote working are all the frenzy and astronomers,…

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Coronavirus viewed as a dangerous enemy than oil crash 

Random research globally asserts that reduced oil prices were harmful to embracing cleaner energy; however, a wave of coronavirus seems actually to aid in ending addiction to fossil fuel very soon.    Due to the current outbreak of coronavirus, Russia, and the Saudi-led Organization of Petroleum Exporting States (OPEC) plan to lower oil production since there is less demand in the market. Russia seems to disagree with this as it experienced a reduction in the oil price since 1991 during the Gulf War.  According to President Donald Trump, affordable oil…

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