Scientists Reveal How Dust Clouds Are Formed On Moon

Physicists at Space Research Institute and Higher School of Economics have finally found out the mystery behind dusty plasma clouds on moon’s surface. When meteoroids collide with lunar surface, properties of nearby dusty plasma is greatly changed as large amounts of moon’s soil-regolith debris get spread into unsullied exosphere. Back in 2015, astronomers from Garden… Continue reading Scientists Reveal How Dust Clouds Are Formed On Moon

India’s Kalamsat, Microsat R Launched Into Orbit Successfully

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) opened its space campaign in style this year by putting its defense imaging satellite “Microsat R” and another nano-satellite “Kalamsat” into space successfully. The Microsat R belongs to Defense Research and Development Organization which has been perfectly injected into designated orbit by the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV). The… Continue reading India’s Kalamsat, Microsat R Launched Into Orbit Successfully

GHGSat Speeds Up Plans To Launch Greenhouse Satellites

Responding to growing demand in market and success of its one-of-a-kind space-based sensor, GHGSat of Montreal is fast-tracking plans to build and launch greenhouse gas monitoring satellites. Speaking to SpaceNews, GHGSat President Stéphane Germain said that they have a minimum of a 3-5 year market advantage over anybody who aims to measure emissions arising out… Continue reading GHGSat Speeds Up Plans To Launch Greenhouse Satellites

DARPA In Process To Gather Team For Blackjack

The ongoing Blackjack program of Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) is being closely monitored by both government and civil tech enthusiasts. This is because the program is attempting to showcase utility of mega constellations in commercial space and importance of inexpensive satellites in military projects. This is to combine commercial buses with military payloads… Continue reading DARPA In Process To Gather Team For Blackjack