Mars Planet Technology
Stunning pictures of Moon / Earth
As Italians we are proud of the stunning pictures of Moon / Earth delivered by the Italian satellite Argomoon as part of the Artemis 1 mission. @credits NASA/ASI Read more
Future Astronauts are chosen by ESA
ESA new astronauts REVEALED: Class of 17 includes 8 women and a British ‘parastronaut’ who lost his leg in a motorbike accident. The ESA’s new class of career astronauts includes France’s Sophie Adenot, a helicopter test pilot, along with Pablo Alvarez Fernandez from Spain, Britain’s Rosemary Coogan, Belgian Raphael... Read more
25th Annual International Mars Society Convention starts.
October 20-23, 2022Arizona State UniversityRegister: Read more
Cybersecurity in Space
Space services used to be separated from networks on Earth, but this model has changed over the last few years, with the two becoming more and more interdependent. Space-based services support essential services such as military, utilities, aviation and emergency communications and therefore get drawn into geopolitical conflicts on... Read more
Opportunities in New Space
“New space” refers to the recent commercialisation of the space sector. While the state used to have a monopoly over the sector, private actors now play an increasingly important role, most notably companies like SpaceX and the so-called “GAFAs” (Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon). Furthermore, digital applications are dominated... Read more
Mars Art

Mars Art

TECH NEWS 6 January 2022 0

Mostra personale di Stephen G. C. Salmon, FBIS: “Dall’esplorazione scientifica, all’interpretazione artistica, un cammino attraverso la bellezza di Marte, per conoscere anche il futuro dell’umanità sul pianeta rosso.” Read more
24TH Mars Society Convention
The 24TH Mars Society Convention starting Read more
Perseverance rover confirms existence of ancient Mars lake and river delta
Perseverance touched down in February on the floor of the 28-mile-wide Jezero Crater, which was picked primarily because previous observations by Mars orbiters suggested that it hosted a big lake and a river delta in the ancient past. Photos snapped by Perseverance early in its mission, before the car-sized... Read more
NASA Selects Five U.S. Companies to Mature Artemis Lander Concepts
NASA has selected five U.S. companies to help the agency enable a steady pace of crewed trips to the lunar surface under the agency’s Artemis program. The awards under the Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships Appendix N broad agency announcement are firm fixed-price, milestone-based contracts. The total combined value for the... Read more
NASA’s InSight Mars lander detects 3 biggest marsquakes to date
NASA’s InSight lander has detected its three most powerful marsquakes yet, potentially giving scientists an even clearer picture of the Red Planet’s interior. InSight spotted 4.2- and 4.1-magnitude temblors on Aug. 25, then picked up another roughly 4.2-magnitude quake on Sept. 18 that lasted for nearly 90 minutes, NASA... Read more