Exoplanet Hunter takes Its first Photo. 

The new exoplanet-chasing shuttle has been working for some time now. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), which got propelled a month ago set for discover outsider universes orbiting stars near the sun, zoomed inside around 5,000 miles of the moon yesterday. This arrangement was planned a long time ago, and the move was intended […]

NASA Spacecraft Aims to Place the Mystery Planets on the Galactic Map

The NASA’s TESS spacecraft aims to look for planets that orbit around nearby stars. TESS, which stands for The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite is planning for a two-year exploration to identify and find the mystery planets and the world from the different cosmic backyards. The mission of the spacecraft is to add the thousand planets […]

SpaceX Fires Falcon 9’s Nine First Stage Engines at Cape Canaveral

Chilled liquid propellants were loaded into a 2-stage Falcon 9 rocket by SpaceX’s launch team. They fired the rocket’s 9 Merlin 1D booster engines at the Complex 40 launch pad in Cape Canaveral. A cloud of exhaust was seen from nearby viewing points. According to SpaceX, the static fire test was successful. The activity was […]

The planned launch of Falcon 9 with NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite

Life is full of new discoveries. The death or fall of one organization leads to a rebirth of another. This means nothing that finds its way on earth will easily die due to lack of a predecessor. In the same way, Kepler Space Telescope owned by NASA has accelerated the speed of discovery. This has […]

Falcon 9 Certified by NASA for Science-Based Missions

NASA’s 2019 budget proposal was filled with a few surprises, including the revelation that it had certified the SpaceX Flacon 9 for certain categories for science missions. The report noted that SpaceX had successfully attained Category 2 certification in January of 2018, as required by the Launch Services Program. This certification is specific to the […]