Curiosity is one of NASA’s rover which is exploring Mars: it’s one of the biggest technological successes of the space agency but it has problems with rough surfaces. The rocky and rough surface of the planet tested really hard the special rover’s tires which are visibly consumed and damaged in certain point.Read More Indestructible tires by NASA?!
BEAM by Bigelow Aerospace…What is it? How is it? What is its function?Read More BEAM!
A person become an astronaut once he/she passed the Kármán line: so technically Christa isn’t an “astronaut”. But Why?Read More The teacher of the Challenger Shuttle
60 years ago, on the 31st of January 1958, the US launched its first satellite called Explorer 1: it launched the longest-running space exploration program in history.Read More From Kaputnik to Successnik
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NASA Astronaut Class at the Johnson Space Center in Houston: Zena Cardman, Jasmin Moghbeli, Jonny Kim, Frank Rubio, Matthew Dominick, Warren Hoburg, Robb Kulin, Kayla Barron, Bob Hines, Raji Chari, Loral O’ Hara and Jessica Watkins.Read More Class of 2017
Primo articolo in italiano🇮🇹 First article in Italian🇮🇹Read More Un’auto rossa per il pianeta rosso?! Veramente?
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As the last article of the Voyager topic I want to talk about the Golden Record. It’s interesting and I hope you like it.Read More Voyager: The finale!
BUS, CRS, High-Gain Antenna, ISS, IRIS, LECP, LEMPA, MAG, Optical Calibration Target, PPS, PLS, PRA, PWS, RTG and UVS…What do these acronyms stand for? Every week (from now till November) I’ll post some components that are part of the Voyager. So stay tuned and let’s get started with RTG and UVS. Continue reading…Read More Voyager’s structure: How is it made? Pt. 7