SpaceX Will Launch NASA and Iridium Satellites

GRACE-FO is one of the popular satellite missions, which have gained massive popularity in recent times. The satellite mission is now following the ultimate footsteps of NASA’s GRACE mission. It is on the way of proving itself successful. It has been characterized by Earth’s gravitational field right from the orbit in great detail from the […]

SpaceX launch of NASA and Iridium satellites delayed

Two critical NASA earth observation satellites have been postponed until May 22. These two satellites involve NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-on (GRACE-FO) mission as well as five Iridium Next Commercial communication satellites which were all set to lift off from the ground on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on last Saturday (May 19). […]

NASA Spacecraft Makes Discovery about the Mystery of Magnetic Field

NASA’s spacecraft has made an interesting discovery; the spacecraft has helped scientist to uncover the mystery behind the Earth’s magnetic field. This mystery is one that has kept many scientists in laboratories with a solution. The discovery reveals the link between the two most important processes in the plasma universe; turbulence and magnetic reconnection. NASA […]

GRACE-FO: NASA Will Soon Be Able To Track Changes In Both Water And Ice

NASA is getting ready for the launch of its next mission called the GRACE-FO (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On) mission. The main aim of the mission will be to observe and map the changes occurring in water and ice in all parts of the world by identifying the gravity variations in different places. The […]

GRACE-FO Satellite to Launch This Month

The United States government would launch a climate science satellites that would track water movement around the Earth. The satellite is set to launch this month. The satellite officially called the Gravity Recovery, and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) satellites would launch on May 19.  The satellites would monitor issues related to climate including polar ice […]