The report was published by NASA’s Satellite Servicing Capabilities Project team. It captures findings from their study on developing on-orbit satellite servicing capabilities. The document is a must read for those interested in space logistics.Read More Report: On-Orbit Satellite Servicing Study (NASA 2010)
N2YO.COM is a website that allows users to track satellites and space stations in real-time. It provides interactive maps and models that show the current location of satellites orbiting Earth. This article identifies key details about the N2YO website.Read More N2YO: Track Satellites and Space Stations in Real-Time
This article reviews the factors that influence development time, and provides historical satellite development time examples.Read More What Determines the Development Time of a Satellite?
Data hints at exoplanet possessing possible liquid ocean surface Carbon-bearing molecules have been discovered in the atmosphere of the habitable zone exoplanet K2-18 b by an international team of astronomers using data from the NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. These results are consistent with an exoplanet that may contain ocean-covered surface underneath a hydrogen-rich atmosphere. This discovery provides a fascinating glimpse into a planet unlike anything else in our Solar System, and raises interesting prospects about potentially habitable worlds elsewhere in the Universe.Read More Press Release: Webb Discovers Methane, Carbon Dioxide in Atmosphere of K2-18 b (STSI 2023)
An overview using latest information from NASA and ESA.Read More Space Junk, Space Debris, Orbital Debris – A Quick Overview