Space 

Russian Launches Game-Changing Satellites Amid Pandemic

Russian Satellite Communications Co. (RSCC) plans to introduce its new Arctic exposure for its network. The update is a definite inclusion for later this year that RSCC expects to integrate by integrating four large elliptical orbit spacecraft. The Chief Executive Officer of RSCC Yuri Prokhorov claims that the organization needs the satellites to be operational by 2024. The plan is for the satellites being used to serve Russia’s far north, a vast region beyond the scope of the 10 geostationary satellites operated by a government site operator. RSCC scope expects…

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NOAA’s official hired by NASA as their new Earth Science director

After more than one year, NASA has selected an official who’s currently working with National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration satellite office to lead its Earth science program. On 5th May, NASA associate administrator Thomas Zurbuchen announced that the agency had hired Karen St. Germain as their new director of Earth science division, which she will formally begin working on 8th June. Karen is currently working at the NESDIS department at NOAA as their deputy assistant administrator for systems. This department’s primary role is to operate NOAA’S fleet of weather satellites.…

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Space 

The second selection of astronauts will be in January 2021

The United Arab Emirates has plans to increase the number of its astronaut’s corps twice the current amount by early 2021. The applicants for the position were 4, 000 and the country requires only two astronauts. The announcement on 10th May from the Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre received 4,305 applications from the UAE citizens that want to be astronauts. The applicants for the astronaut’s selection last day was on 1st May 2020. There was an increase in the number of applicants had increased by & percent compared to the year…

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Government Intervention Crucial for Space Industry

The space industry is the latest among the sectors that are most significantly affected by the coronavirus. While the industry struggles to stay afloat even in these uncertain times, there is a belief that the government is the answer. There is speculation that the space industry is overcrowded. Such speculation follows the notion that the demand for products form the space industry exceeds tiger demand.  In a previous statement, a top executive from Rocket Lab expressed his views claiming that the industry is only capable of supporting two major companies…

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Italy’s Demanding Energy Sector Needs 

 A recent publication portrayed the apparent misallocation of funds that the geothermal energy sector in Italy receives. The announcement, called GreenReport, brought to light the lacking funding that the industry gets. According to the findings, the renewable energy sector got 103million euros in 2019. This figure amounts to 0.9% of the total funds set aside to build the industry.  The outcome is rather unfortunate, although it is a result of poor policymaking. The government, through the ministry of economic development, passed a decree that regulated finding to the renewable energy…

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Space 

Controversial Satellites owned by SpaceX to become less visible

Elon Musk in 2015 announced that the SpaceX Company has plans to deploy satellites to the orbit to provide high-speed internet broadband access throughout the world. The satellite name is Starlink, and SpaceX began in May 2019 to use its constellation through the launch of the initial 60 satellites. The total number of satellites that SpaceX had added as per 22nd April was 422, and it has not received a positive response.   There is a fear that the company is adding space junk. Some of the people had raised…

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Space 

How will the Space be after COVID-19 

COVID-19 is a revolutionary problem for all businesses, including space development. It appears to be God’s way of subduing space invasion by humans.  Various huge organizations are feeling the impact of the pandemic, particularly. While some businesses are busy firing, some are hiring. But one common problem for all the companies is supply chain breaking. The travel bans, lockdown, and curfews are the major hindrances for these businesses to enjoy a common objective: market penetration. All companies want to reach the central most hideous locations of their customers. All this…

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Honda and GM collaborate to develop Electric Vehicle

General Motors, which is the leading car manufacturer and Honda, announced the plans to cooperate in the development of the electric vehicle.  The vehicle that the two companies will develop will be for Honda but will use electricity. The site where the vehicle manufacturing will take place is the general motors new and flexible platform. The vehicle power will use the long-lasting lithium batteries.  In the partnership agreement, Honda will be responsible for the design both the exterior and the interior of the EVs vehicles. The platform where the vehicle…

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Chinese EV Industry Getting Back on its Feet 

The coronavirus scare is coming to an end in China. Coming with it is the return of matters back to normal. While it might seem queer, the coronavirus has earned Chinese automakers an added win in EV sales.  Following the recent outbreak and shutting down of operations in China, the auto industry has seen a tremendous reduction in sales. However, things are not all doom and gloom for automakers. As streets and shops reopen after a long-standing battle with corona, experts speculate that the EV industry will see an increase…

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Energy 

Flow batteries are soon replacing lithium-ion batteries in renewables

The renewable industry is the future of energy production since many nations are shifting to zero-emission strategies aiming to reduce the use of fossil fuel. The gases released due to the combustion of fossil fuel like nitrogen dioxide and carbon dioxide are the major ozone pollutants. The nations have instigated regulations to minimize the emission like tax imposed on petrol and diesel cars and eliminating automotive that utilize fossil fuel by 2035. The UK government has sought to promote the renewable industries by installing Electric Vehicle charging points in the…

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