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Nov 27, 2020

Elon Musk’s astonishing life accomplishments to be recognized

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel, sustainability

Elon Musk will be awarded the Axel Springer Award for his astonishing life accomplishments. Tesla and SpaceX are just two of the companies Musk leads, but both have already made significant changes in their respective industries and in people’s way of living. Musk will be accepting the award personally on December 21 in Berlin, confirmed Tesla North.

“As one of the most creative entrepreneurs and most brilliant engineers of the digital age, Elon Musk inspires an entire generation. He combines great visions with the indomitable will to achieve them,” said the CEO of Axel Springer SE, Mathias Döpfner.

“With PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk has turned entire industries upside down, and his drive is irrepressible. He is motivated by the goal of making life better for humanity. And not in small steps, but by fundamentally turning the way we do things on their head. With incredible success,” he clarified.

Nov 27, 2020

5 NASA spacecraft are leaving the solar system for good

Posted by in category: space travel

Mankind’s journey in deep space.

Nov 26, 2020

These 7 countries and companies are going to Mars in the 2020s

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space travel

Here’s what the world’s space agencies hope to learn about the Red planet.

Nov 25, 2020

Hope, the UAE’s first interplanetary mission, has its eye on bonus science on way to Mars

Posted by in categories: science, space travel

The United Arab Emirates’ first foray beyond Earth’s orbit is going so smoothly that the nation’s Hope Mars spacecraft will tackle some bonus observations before it reaches its destination, mission leaders have announced.

Nov 25, 2020

Space or Earth? Both!

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, climatology, economics, policy, space, space travel, sustainability

While we are opening our preliminary discussion for the 3rd SRI World Congress, a number of questions and concerns are being expressed by the main space columnists, about what could be the philosophic setup of the space policy defined by the new US Administration, should it be confirmed the next December 14th. Though Joe Biden didn’t yet say very much about space policy, the most accredited plans foresee cuts to the budget of NASA’s manned space flight programs, in order to give more fuel to the observation of Earth, climate change, and environmental issues.

We are not against raising the budget to Earth observation programs, which are much needed in the current climatic and environmental situation. Besides Earth observation, space agencies should also begin considering the use of space technologies to mitigate the effects of the climate change and the environmental issues, i.e. active space strategies targeted to control the Earth climate.

However, the most important point to be duly focused is that the same priority granted to environmental space programs should be given to bootstrapping the geo-lunar space region settlement and industrialization. Space development is the primary strategy against the awful multi-crisis that is striking our globalized civilization: pandemics, economic, climatic-environmental, resource conflicts, migrations, unemployment.

Nov 23, 2020

What the million-mile battery means for electric cars

Posted by in categories: space travel, sustainability

To the Moon and back, twice.


It is mainly about greater reliability.

Science & technology Jul 30th 2020 edition.

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Nov 21, 2020

Astronaut Soichi Noguchi has now flown on 3 different spaceships. SpaceX’s Crew Dragon is ‘the best,’ he said

Posted by in category: space travel

Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi has ridden in three spaceships and spent more than 180 days in space. He said Crew Dragon is “fun to ride.”

Nov 21, 2020

Jeff Bezos’ Company Is Carrying Scientific Cargo to Space. It’s Not Amazon

Posted by in categories: business, space travel

Does the real future of Space exploration lie with enlightened private entrepreneurs such as Bezos & Musk or do national agencies still have a part to play? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/13/science/


Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket hasn’t flown space tourists yet, but it has found a business niche with NASA and private science experiments.

Nov 21, 2020

Why I Want to Apply to SpaceX

Posted by in category: space travel

A bit of a personal post, but it is very dear to me. Please share to everyone you know (especially to a SpaceX recruiter):


In today’s special video, I talk about why I want to apply to SpaceX as an associate buyer. This job application is very special to me because SpaceX has been my dream company ever since highschool. As such, if you find this video worthy, please share (especially to any SpaceX recruiters).

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Nov 19, 2020

Dipole Drive for space propulsion | Robert Zubrin at Breakthrough Discuss 2018

Posted by in categories: chemistry, space travel

Circa 2018


The speed of space travel is currently limited by the quantity of chemical fuel that spacecraft must carry. Robert Zubrin, President of Pioneer Astronautics, introduces the dipole drive — a new propulsion system which uses ambient space plasma as propellant, thereby avoiding the need to carry its own.

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