Report SMOPS

Final Report of the SMOPS mission on line

After some time the public report of the smops mission is finally online: https://www.smops.space/#final-report In the report we describe the main experiments carried out during the mission. Thanks to our SMOPS crew, to make it possible: Vittorio Netti,Paolo Guardabasso, Luca Rossettini, Nadia Maarouf, PhD, Simone Paternostro, Benjamin Pothier, Ph.D #spacesimulation #spaceexploration #spacetechnology

Mars Antenna

MARS ANTENNA NEW EXPERIMENT

The Mars Antenna, a project developed in partnership with D-ORBIT (https://lnkd.in/epnQr-2f) is ready for a new experiment. After having tested the antenna in the SMOPS (www.smops.space) mission, and having been further upgraded, it will soon be used in an experiment in Italy. Thanks to the SMOPS crew: Luca Rossettini D-orbit CEO , Vittorio Netti, Paolo Guardabasso, Nadia Maarouf, PhD , Simone Paternostro, Benjamin Pothier,…

WEBINAR ON SERIANA SPACE VALLEY

Another step in the development of Seriana Space Valley. We organize 21 March 11.00 am CET a webinar of the introduction of the project.   Our webinar will cover: Seriana Space Valley Mission: Vision and objectives for new horizons in the space industry. Opportunity Size: The potential and outlook in the space sector, and how…

Biophilic Design in Space

Biophilic design in Space

Biophilic design, which incorporates elements of nature into built environments, holds immense potential for improving the psychological well-being of astronauts living in confined spaces in space. Here’s how biophilic design can specifically address the challenges of space psychology: Connection to Nature: Biophilic design aims to create environments that mimic natural settings, even in the artificial…

Microgravity Design

Microgravity Design Challenges in Space Architecture

Microgravity Design Challenges in Space Architecture
As humanity’s ambitions to explore and inhabit space grow, so do the complexities of designing for environments vastly different from Earth. Among these challenges, perhaps one of the most intriguing and demanding is designing for microgravity. In the vacuum of space, where gravitational forces are negligible, traditional principles of architecture must be reimagined to ensure functionality, safety, and comfort for space travelers.

Intuitive Machiens

SpaceX launches private ‘Odysseus’ lander

SpaxX launches private ‘Odysseus’ lander on pioneering moon mission by Intuitive machines. A potentially history-making private moon mission is underway. Odysseus, a robotic lunar lander built by the Houston-based company Intuitive Machines, lifted off atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida early this morning (Feb. 15). If all goes according to…