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  • How Russia Is Disrupting U.S. Satellite Communications A repeated occurrence has been reported in partial areas of Ukraine, where the speed of Starlink signals used by the Ukrainian military has...
  • From Earth to Orbit: FCC's New Proposal Aims to Minimize Space Junk Jessica Rosenworcel, Chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has caught the attention of many with her proposal on managing space debris in the United States which was presented on May 29. Rosenworcel’s proposal involves issuing launch permits only when the risk of a satellite exploding spontaneously in orbit is less than 1 in 1,000. […]
  • Boeing's Starliner Stumbles Again: First Crewed Test Flight Delayed Boeing's CST-100 Starliner's first crewed test flight has been postponed due to a technical issue discovered again. 
  • Race to Space: China's Chang'e 6 Outpaces U.S. in Lunar Exploration Xinhua News Agency reported that on June 2, China’s lunar probe Chang’e-6 successfully landed on the far side of the moon, aiming to collect samples. Citing the China National Space Administration (CNSA), Xinhua stated that Chang’e-6 touched down at its target location in the South Pole-Aitken Basin in the morning. This mission marks the beginning […]
  • China and Russia Join Hands and Issues Warning Over U.S. Military Space Dominance On the 16th, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a summit meeting and issued a joint statement. According to the unofficial English translation, the joint statement includes strengthening cooperation in space. China and Russia have agreed to cooperate in the following: Both countries plan to solidify their long-term cooperative relationship in […]
  • Historic Mission: Chang'e-6 Set to Collect First-Ever Samples from Moon's Dark Side China’s Chang’e-6 probe is attempting to land on the moon to bring back soil samples from the moon’s far side for the first time in history. This mission is garnering attention as a new milestone in space exploration. The Chang’e-6 probe is scheduled to land in the Apollo impact crater on the moon’s far side […]
  • New Earth-Like Planet Discovered: Could Gliese 12b Be Our Next Home? An exoplanet capable of supporting life has been discovered orbiting the cold red dwarf star Gliese ...
  • Elon Musk's Starship Prepares for Its Most Crucial Flight Yet Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is gearing up for an exciting milestone. Space Exploration Techn ...
  • 90-Year-Old First Black Astronaut Candidate Returns from Space Journey with Blue Origin A former pilot who was denied the opportunity to become America's first black astronaut 60 years ago has safely returned after traveling...
  • DESI's 3D Map Shows Universe's Evolution Over Billions of Years A three-dimensional (3D) map of the universe has been unveiled, allowing us to see millions of galaxies at a glance, even if we are capturing light from 11 billion years ago. The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) is a massive international project to create a 3D universe map to reveal the identity of dark energy, […]
  • South Korea's Spy Satellite vs. North Korea's Aerial Arsenal - Part 4 North Korea possesses the technology to enter and change orbits with a propulsion system If satellite technology is advanced enough to change orbits in space freely, North Korea could develop a more threatening weapon system than the current ballistic missile. Countries such as Russia and China are currently developing weapons using hypersonic missiles and space […]
  • South Korea's Spy Satellite vs. North Korea's Aerial Arsenal - Part 2 Experts, when comparing the space-related technological capabilities of South and North Korea, assert that we have an overwhelming advantage in both space launch vehicles and satellites, including reconnaissance satellites. “They unanimously agree that there is a significant difference in the surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities of reconnaissance satellites, such as their resolution. According to the Korea […]
  • South Korea's Spy Satellite Fails to Make Contact On the morning of the 8th (Korean time), the Military Reconnaissance Satellite 2 was launched aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. / Captured from SpaceX footage The military reconnaissance satellite 2, launched at 8:17 a.m. on the 8th (Korean time), failed to establish preliminary communication with the overseas […]
  • US Advocates for UN Security Council Vote on Ban on Space Nukes, Targeting Russia The United States plans to propose a resolution at the United Nations Security Council next week that would ban the deployment of nuclear weapons in space. Observers will be paying close attention to the vote. Many see this effort as directly aimed at Russia amid contentious claims that the country is developing nuclear weapons for […]
  • North Korea's Space Push Sets the Stage for Space War North Korea, which launched a reconnaissance satellite into orbit at the end of last year, has announced plans to launch several more satellites this year. South Korea is also preparing to launch a satellite this month, setting up a competition between the two nations in outer space. On April 1, North Korean state media Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) […]
  • North Korea Plans to Launch Several Spy Satellites This Year, Says Deputy Director of Aerospace Agency A photo captured on November 21 last year shows North Korea launching the reconnaissance satellite Manrikyong-1. [Photo courtesy of Rodong Sinmun ] The Deputy Director of North Korea’s National Aerospace Development Administration (NADA) has announced that the country anticipates launching several reconnaissance satellites this year, following last year’s launch of Manrikyong-1. In an interview with […]
  • SpaceX Takes Another Shot: Third Starship Test Flight Launched SpaceX Center / Federico Rostagno-Shutterstock.com Elon Musk’s space company, SpaceX, attempted the third flight of the unmanned spacecraft Starship, which was developed for lunar and Martian exploration. According to Reuters and others, SpaceX embarked on its third test flight from “Starbase” in southern Texas on the 13th. Starship’s upcoming launch is highly anticipated, as its […]
  • SpaceX Craft Carrying US-Russian Crew Heads to ISS A SpaceX spacecraft carrying American and Russian astronauts has launched to the International Space Station (ISS) for a six-month mission. They will conduct more than 200 scientific experiments, including human body fluid changes and plant growth...

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