3D printing is one of the major inventions of our day. The first 3D printer appeared in 1986, and the technology has made great strides since then. It is nowadays used even in the space industry.\n
Every day brings us closer to solving the fundamental mysteries of our universe. American space agency NASA has recently announced the start of a super project that will aim to answer some of these questions.
Ultima Thule is one of the most distant objects from the Earth that has ever been observed by humans. The first photos of the asteroid were taken this year, revealing its flat shape.
The project was created by Greek students from the National Technical University of Athens in collaboration with the ESA (European Space Agency).\n
Raptor rocket engine has successfully passed fire testing. The device is designed to be used in Starship interplanetary spacecraft.\n
The telescope's discovery happened quite by accident. This case clearly shows how little we know about the world in which we live.
Images of black holes have always been difficult to capture. But now this problem has been solved, and the first snapshot of a strange space object is waiting for us.\n
Mass media outlets haven’t paid much attention to the European Space Agency’s space programme. And it is in vain, because the ESA has been stepping up its efforts in this area.\n
There are questions that have for centuries occupied the minds of leading thinkers. The answer to one of them has finally been found.
Tech giants are starting to get into space exploration. What are they looking for? Why is Facebook building observatories?
On October 19, 2017, scientists discovered an interstellar object passing through the Solar System. The asteroid was named Oumuamua. The unusual cigar-shaped object had an uncommon trajectory and had likely...
A group of scientists from the University of Central Florida (USA) and Honeybee Robotics specialists have developed a prototype of a rocket that is able to extract water from celestial bodies and turn it into...