ISS’s privatization 

After the hint given by Jeff Bridenstine, that the White House is not in favor of funding specific projects run by NASA, and that for monetary aid to be taken, the first step would be handing over the International Space Station to the private companies. The upcoming news is that ISS will be split to […]

168 days, the countdown ends

The most awaited moment of welcoming a space crew which will be soon replaced by another in a matter of two days came today when a Japanese physician-astronaut, a Russian cosmonaut, and a NASA flight engineer undocked from International Space Station. The landing was commenced in Kazakhstan today at 5:16 am (GMT-4). Anton Shkaplerov monitored […]

A True Inspiration for All Students – Student-built satellite being launched into space

NASA has helped inspire students all over the world. It is an incredibly delightful fact to know that the satellite called EQUiSat will be reaching ISS (International Space Station) very soon. The satellite has been launched successfully as a part of NASA’s exciting and thrilling mission. The most alluring feature f this satellite is that […]

First Kenyan Satellite enter the space successfully from ISS

Kenya adds a tremendous achievement in their tally when their first satellite enter the space in collaboration with Japanese Space Agency (JAXA). Th satellite developed in a joint partnership by the University of Rome, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, the Kenya Space Agency & the University of Nairobi, School of Engineering- the […]

Is it Possible to Have Taco Bell Space Station?

Future exclusive space stations might be supported by big companies that prompted a brave and determined conversation during a panel about low-Earth future orbit at the thirty-fourth Space Symposium.  Erin MacDonald doesn’t like the idea of Taco Bell International Space Station. He also believes that it goes adjacent to what people think the space station […]

Canadian Astronaut to Teach Spaceflight Essentials Through MasterClass Series

Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut will teach spaceflight essentials through a MasterClass series. The astronaut went blind temporarily during a spacewalk back in 2001. He was out in space on the International Space Station doing construction mission when his eyes were irritated by cleaning fluid. The ccident fogged his vision and caused him excruciating […]