Space Exploration Space and Communication 

Top Three Key Technologies Needed for Space Exploration

Space exploration has led to various significant and impactful discoveries for humanity. Although the human venture to space is just mere 60 years old, the progress in discoveries and space technologies has been exponential. Since the first rocket launch by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), or the Soviet Union, on October 4, 1957, there has been immense growth and development in the means of space travel. Today, there are six major space stations across the world launching hundreds of space programs at once while researching and developing more…

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Small-Launch-Vehicle Space and Communication 

Small Launch Vehicle Stimulates the Demand in Space Industry

Small satellites are utilized for applications such as weather forecasting, surveillance, Earth observation, navigation, communication, and meteorology. Additionally, human space exploration or the creation of new space stations, are areas that have recently created a requirement for a high frequency of launches.  As a result, there is an increasing interest among academics and the scientific community in designing and developing small launch vehicles (SLVs) capable of many launches and putting tiny satellites into various orbits at a reasonable cost. The main characteristics distinguishing SLVs from conventional heavy launch vehicles are…

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Space Exploration Space and Communication News 

Invasion In Ukraine Impacts International Space Exploration

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had an impact on space exploration being carried over by nations globally. Within weeks after the invasion, international cooperation on current and future space projects was disrupted. Several space exploration initiatives are now in jeopardy. Russia’s actions, and the worldwide reactions, show a potential threat of destroying global space mission collaborations. Initiatives That are Already Threatened One Web, a U.K.-based network company, has been creating satellite constellations to provide global network services. It was in contract with the Russia Space Agency, Roscosmos, to launch all…

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