Space science

  • The first space shuttle leaves during the year The first space shuttle leaves during the year
    7 astronauts set off with Atlantis to the International Space Station, lying on earth orbit, to continue the station installation. Space shuttle Atlantis comes from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA, the first shuttle to be delivered by NASA
  • Atlantis Space Shuttle successfully assembled with ISS Station Atlantis Space Shuttle successfully assembled with ISS Station
    Atlantis Space Shuttle successfully assembled into the ISS International Space Station at 1736 minutes (GMT), at 338km above Southeast Australia. These hatches connect 2 vessels that open after connecting 90 minutes.
  • France developed a laser device to analyze the surface of Mars France developed a laser device to analyze the surface of Mars
    French scientists and engineers have developed a powerful but energy-efficient laser emitting device for analyzing the Martian surface during the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL09) mission.
  • The two astronauts on the Atlantis ship made the first outing The two astronauts on the Atlantis ship made the first outing
    A day after a successful connection with the International Space Station (ISS), June 11, two astronauts on the shuttle Atlantis John
  • The astronaut Atlantis makes two space walks The astronaut Atlantis makes two space walks
    On June 13, astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steve Swanson on the Atlantis ship made the second walk outside the International Space Station (ISS) to repair and install new equipment for the space.
  • Discovering more activity on the two moons of Saturn Discovering more activity on the two moons of Saturn
    According to data from Cassini's planetarium trip, there are two Saturnian moons, Tethys and Dione, spewing large streams of particles into space. This finding shows the possibility of geological activities, even n & a
  • Russia: The computer failed to make ISS space station stand Russia: The computer failed to make ISS space station stand
    The computer operating system and the supply of oxygen and clean water for the ISS space station were suddenly abruptly shut down without any reason. Currently, the entire ISS computer network has only 2 machines left in the state of creeping
  • Computer problems on ISS have been fixed Computer problems on ISS have been fixed
    On June 14, the computer that controlled the water supply and oxygen on the International Space Station (ISS) had a problem. The incident lasted several hours and the information on the computer was restored.
  • 'Rocket aircraft' is for travelers who want to fly into space 'Rocket aircraft' is for travelers who want to fly into space
    Coming close to the stars, looking at Earth from above 100km high, ... by 2012 or 2013 this will not only be for astronauts or billionaires. Project
  • Add a record for Sunita Williams Add a record for Sunita Williams
    The American astronaut Sunita Williams (pictured) has just added a world record when she becomes the woman who flies continuously in space for the longest time.
  • The Phoenix probe is ready to take off on Mars The Phoenix probe is ready to take off on Mars
    The Phoenix probe, developed by NASA, in collaboration with France and Canada with a budget of $ 417 million, is about to take off on Mars on August 3, 2007.
  • America ended the fourth walk in space America ended the fourth walk in space
    Astronauts at the ISS international space station have just completed the fourth planned out-of-space walk to end the remaining work from the previous walk. The astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steven Swanson set up a connection c
  • Pluto gets 'demoted' again. Pluto gets 'demoted' again.
    After being dethroned by the solar system's planet in 2006 and classified as a dwarf planet, Pluto was once again downgraded to a lower rank by the dwarf planet Eris.
  • ESA recruits participants to fly to Mars ESA recruits participants to fly to Mars
    The European Aeronautics Agency (ESA) is recruiting 12 volunteers to participate in a flight simulation study on Mars that lasts up to 17 months.
  • Europe launched 5 global observation satellites Europe launched 5 global observation satellites
    The European Space Agency (ESA) is expected to launch 5 Sentinel satellites to track all changes in land, ocean, weather and climate across the Earth. This plan is implemented under the Global Environmental and Security Monitoring Program (GMES).
  • Atlantis crew is ready to return to earth Atlantis crew is ready to return to earth
    For nearly 10 days at the ISS International Space Station, astronauts have successfully completed the SST-117 mission, even with the fourth additional planned walk, installing new scaffolds for the battery system. Sun. Now the space shuttle Atlantis is broken
  • The safe Atlantis returned to Earth The safe Atlantis returned to Earth
    Last night (June 22), the space shuttle Atlantis landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California, ending a two-week mission on the Space Station. International (ISS).
  • Images of two asteroids Ceres and Vesta sent by Hubble Images of two asteroids Ceres and Vesta sent by Hubble
    The Hubble Space Telescope has sent images of Ceres dwarf planets and Vesta asteroids, the two largest bodies in the asteroid belt, the area between Mars and Jupiter.
  • East Asia's largest telescope East Asia's largest telescope
    The optical telescope with a diameter of 2.4 m has been installed successfully at the Lijiang Astronomical Observatory, Yunnan Province, China. This is also one of the largest diameter telescopes in East Asia.
  • NASA tests robots seeking life in space NASA tests robots seeking life in space
    NASA Space Agency is testing an autonomous underwater robot for a plan to search for life in outer space. The experiment is being carried out at Aldama, in Mexico's Tamaulipas state.

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