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ISSN (Print) 2214-0379 - ISSN (Online) 2214-0387
Published by IAASS Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Press Clips Week 46-2023
    • Authors: Ramasamy Venugopal
      Abstract: TOP NEWS North Korea Rocket Explodes During Spy Satellite Launch, And Meteor Hunters Caught It On Camera: Report The first stage of a North Korean rocket apparently exploded Tuesday (Nov. 21) during a purported spy satellite launch, a new video suggests. A camera at South Korea’s Yonsei University, usually used for tracking meteors or shooting... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 29 Nov 2023 18:06:10 +000
  • Press Clips Week 44-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS World-first Zero Debris Charter goes live More satellites were launched in the last few years than the entire six decades of space exploration. 130 million pieces of space debris larger than a millimetre orbit Earth, threatening satellites now and in the future. Once a week, a satellite or rocket body reenters uncontrolled through... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 14 Nov 2023 18:17:50 +000
  • Press Clips Week 43 – 2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Starlink Satellites ‘Leaking’ Signals That Interfere With Radio Telescopes When I was a child in the 1970s, seeing a satellite pass overhead in the night sky was a rare event. Now it is commonplace: sit outside for a few minutes after dark, and you can’t miss them. Thousands of satellites have been launched into... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 07 Nov 2023 17:36:55 +000
  • Press Clips Week 42-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Falling Metal Space Junk Is Changing Earth’s Upper Atmosphere In Ways We Don’t Fully Understand The sky is littered with metal pollution from bits of space junk that burn up as they reenter the atmosphere, a new study reveals. This unexpected level of contamination, which will likely rise sharply in the coming decades,... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Oct 2023 17:19:29 +000
  • Press Clips Week 41-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Burned-Up Space Junk Pollutes Earth’s Upper Atmosphere, NASA Planes Find Scientists have long thought that the burning up of space junk in Earth’s atmosphere creates air pollution that can affect the planet’s climate. Now, for the first time, they’ve managed to detect the presence of these pollutants in the air high above our... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Oct 2023 16:50:24 +000
  • Press Clips Week 40-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Space Junk Is Causing Problems — And Experts Think It’s Just The Start. Why It Matters High above the surface of our blue and green planet, millions of pieces of space debris zoom through Earth’s orbit at thousands of miles an hour. NASA defines orbital debris as human-made objects in orbit that no... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 18 Oct 2023 17:56:19 +000
  • Press Clips Week 39-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Russia Pinpoints Cause Of Moon Shot Failure, Looks To Bring Next Missions Forward Russia on Tuesday blamed a malfunction in an on-board control unit for causing its lunar lander to crash into the moon in August, and said it was looking at speeding up the timetable for two further missions. Russia’s first moon... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Oct 2023 16:25:11 +000
  • Press Clips Week 38-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS China ‘Counters’ Starlink With Starlink; Accelerates Plans For 2nd Satellite Mega Constellation To increase its stake in the rapidly growing space-based internet sector, China is forging ahead with its ambitious plan to construct a second satellite mega constellation known as ‘G60 Starlink.’ This ambitious project, backed by the Shanghai municipal government, aims to... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 03 Oct 2023 17:50:29 +000
  • Press Clips Week 37-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Close Call! 2 Huge Pieces Of Space Debris Had A Near-Miss In Earth Orbit Two big pieces of space junk almost slammed into each other in low Earth orbit, highlighting the need to clear up space close to home. Leolabs, a space traffic management services which tracks satellites and other objects in orbit,... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 27 Sep 2023 16:30:36 +000
  • Press Clips Week 36-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Planet In ‘Habitable’ Zone Could Have Rare Oceans And A Possible Sign Of Life, Webb Data Reveals Waters may be flowing on the surface of a colossal planet that lies about 120 light-years from Earth, according to new evidence uncovered by the James Webb Space Telescope. The investigation with the space-based observatory, one... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 20 Sep 2023 17:17:58 +000
  • Press Clips Week 35-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Orbiting Debris Trackers Could Be A Game Changer In Space Junk Monitoring Tiny devices on satellites will soon be able to detect pieces of space debris as small as 1 inch that are invisible to existing space junk monitoring systems but still capable of destroying spacecraft if they might collide with. These innovative... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 12 Sep 2023 17:32:08 +000
  • Press Clips Week 34-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Old Soviet Satellite Breaks Apart In Orbit After Space Debris Collision A three-decade-old Soviet satellite has disintegrated in orbit some 870 miles (1,400 kilometers) above Earth, likely following a space debris strike. The disintegration of the satellite, either the Kosmos-2143 or Kosmos-2145 spacecraft, was reported on X, previously Twitter, by astrophysicist and space... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 05 Sep 2023 15:57:09 +000
  • Press Clips Week 33-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Russia Says Luna-25 Spacecraft Crashed Into The Moon’s Surface Russia’s space agency said Sunday that its Luna-25 spacecraft — its first lunar mission in almost half a century — crashed into the moon. Roscosmos earlier reported an “emergency” as it was trying to enter pre-landing orbit ahead of a planned Monday moon landing.... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 29 Aug 2023 17:05:38 +000
  • Press Clips Week 32-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Chinese Military Says It’s Figured Out How to Build Laser Weapons That Can Fire Indefinitely The Chinese military has announced what could be a major breakthrough in energy weapon tech — if it holds up. As the South China Morning Post reports, representatives from the country’s National University of Defence Technology say they’ve... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 23 Aug 2023 14:43:06 +000
  • Press Clips Week 31-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS First Piloted Flight Of Boeing’s Oft-Delayed Starliner Spacecraft Slips To At Least March The first piloted launch of Boeing’s oft-delayed Starliner crew capsule is slipping to next March at the earliest because of ongoing work to test and replace the capsule’s parachute system and to resolve issues with a flammable adhesive used in... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 15 Aug 2023 17:02:43 +000
  • Press Clips Week 29-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Satellite’s Solar Panel Glitch Disrupts Alaskan Broadband Plans A satellite in geostationary orbit ran into some trouble when the device meant to position its solar arrays towards the Sun malfunctioned, preventing it from being fully charged. As a result, the internet satellite will not be able to fulfill its primary goal of providing... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 02 Aug 2023 14:09:05 +000
  • Press Clips Week 28-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS China Sets Out Preliminary Crewed Lunar Landing Plan China is formalizing its plans to land a pair of astronauts on the surface of the moon before the end of the decade. A preliminary plan to put two astronauts on the moon for a short period to conduct scientific tasks and collect samples was... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 25 Jul 2023 17:31:51 +000
  • Press Clips Week 27-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Axiom Space Awarded Contract to Pursue Spacesuit Development for International Space Station Axiom Space announced today that NASA has awarded the Houston-based company an International Space Station (ISS) Extravehicular Activity (EVA) spacesuit task order, with an initial commitment of $5 million and a potential value of $142 million over four years, to modify... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 18 Jul 2023 17:48:57 +000
  • Press Clips Week 26-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Failed Vega-C Test Sparks Investigation as Europe’s Rocket Woes Worsen Following a series of setbacks that has hindered the next-generation Vega launcher, the European Space Agency (ESA) is looking into what caused the rocket’s motor to fail during a recent static fire test. ESA established an Independent Enquiry Commission to investigate an anomaly... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 11 Jul 2023 14:26:34 +000
  • Press Clips Week 25-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Final Ariane 5 Launch Scheduled For July 4 After Fixes To Booster Separation System Europe’s last Ariane 5 rocket is now scheduled to lift off July 4 after being grounded for more than two weeks due to a problem with the pyrotechnic systems required to jettison the launcher’s strap-on solid rocket boosters. Europe’s... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Jul 2023 15:11:10 +000
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