Ever since 20 July 1969, the Apollo 11 spacecraft landed successfully with its crew on the lunar mare called the Sea of Tranquility, humanity has been obsessed with space. While concentrating on smaller projects, in the previous decades, Europe silently supported the space sector, staying in the background. However, with
1969. július 20-án sikeresen landolt az Apollo-11 űrhajó és legénysége a Hold Nyugalom Tengere nevű lávasíkságán, az emberiség pedig azóta is megszállott űrlázban ég. Az előző évtizedekben Európa csendes háttérszereplőként támogatta az űrszektort, miközben kisebb projektekre koncentrált, azonban az űrverseny újraéledésével nagyobb sebességre kapcsolt az Európai Űrügynökség is.
On 9 and 10 December, you’re invited to visit one of the most important sites for space exploration in Europe.
Prague is one of the European Union’s main centers for space research, but what exactly scientists do here is a mystery to most people. This weekend offers a
So far, everything is going according to plan on NASA’s space mission to prepare to send men to the Moon again.
NASA broadcast live from the Orion spacecraft of the Artemis-1 mission as it approached the Moon. After several months of delays, as we reported, last week saw the
Where will astronauts live on the Moon? NASA already has the answer: in 3D-printed units powered by solar panels.
NASA’s large-scale mission Artemis is a multi-step, decades-long project with the ultimate goal of extending human civilization to the Moon. The third phase is planned to send humans again in
Yesterday, we reached another (space) history milestone: a NASA space probe crashed into an asteroid for the first live planetary defense test in history. So there’s reason to celebrate, not only on Earth but also in space—with champagne!
The Mumm Cordon Rouge Stellar champagne was created for the
The BME Suborbitals team from Hungary has qualified for Europe’s most prestigious international rocketry competition. The group of university students is studying rocket theory one week and then launching rockets the next. Interview on the potential of rocket technology and space exploration from the perspective of university students.
Of course not, but one fact is worth knowing: there are more than 130 million pieces of space debris that are greater than one mm circling all around the globe, which could fall to the ground at any time and pose danger to our lives.
What is space debris and
Why so many young people are choosing Europe over Silicon Valley? We asked Ugo Celestino Directorate-General for Defense Industry and Space from European Commission about the space industry of the European Union, common successes and the deterioration of space relations not seen since the Cold War. Our interview.
There’s something unexplainably miraculous about the infinity of space, it’s no wonder that humanity has been experimenting with exploring it for decades. The first satellite created by humans, called Sputnik, was launched in 1957 and orbited the planet for 3 months before it fell back to the atmosphere.
Van a világűr végtelenségében valami megmagyarázhatatlanul varázslatos, így nem csoda, hogy az emberiség már évtizedek óta kísérletezik a felfedezésével. 1957-ben indult útjára az első ember alkotta műhold, a Szputnyik, ami három hónapig keringett bolygónk körül, mielőtt darabjaira hullott és megsemmisült a légkörben. Innentől számoljuk a közel húsz évig tartó “űrverseny”
The International Day of Human Space Flight commemorates the first occasion when man ventured into space on the 12th of April in 1961. At the exhibition entitled Álmok álmodói 20 – Világraszóló magyarok, világformáló találmányok (Dreamers of Dreams 20—World-renowned Hungarians, world-shaping inventions), you can also discover the careers of Hungarian
Design Terminal has won another international space industry-related competition. The innovation agency is organizing the 3rd round of the CASSINI Hackathon in Hungary, which aims to help participants make European tourism more sustainable. European space projects and services will help the participants.
The 3rd CASSINI Hackathon focuses on sustaining and
At first glance, the idea of 3D-printed buildings might feel like a slightly exaggerated scene from the Back to the Future trilogy, but it’s much closer to reality than we thought years ago. Progress always implies conquering the unknown, so it is not surprising that this method also ‘outgrows’
The astronomers’ long-awaited new space observatory, the James Webb space telescope, will be launched on 22 December as the successor to Hubble, on an Ariane 5 rocket from the Kourou space center in French Guiana. The project is a joint development led by NASA and carried out with the European
It’s been 41 years since Hungary first went into space, but not for the last time. The HUNOR space program will allow Hungarian astronauts to fly again in 2024, marking the beginning of Hungary’s space industry revolution. We talked with Orsolya Ferencz, Ministerial Commissioner for Space Research.
The Hungarian space industry can look back on several decades of history, the Russian radiation-detection equipment used on the International Space Station is supplied by Hungary, and the global space industry could be a trillion-dollar business by 2040, and Central Europe is not going to be left out of it.
The distance between space and our everyday lives is much smaller than you might think: the simplest business idea can be a way to conquer the galaxy. With the help of the European Space Agency and the Design Terminal incubation program, Hungarian businesses can now be active participants and winners
In Róbert Farkas’s new book, eleven-year-old Tomi receives a coded signal from space and then embarks on cosmic adventures in the company of a stowaway. While the parts of the Fox Tales trilogy were both written and illustrated by him, with the new book he has done his share
Six. n five, the Barcelona-based design studio with their new series entitled “What if?” envisions a speculative future where humanity lives in vastly different living conditions but which is still full of familiar associations.
The studio envisions a new space-age in which they reflect upon the objects, practices, and behaviors
The space capsule called Spaceship Neptun has completed its first test flight, introducing a new form of space travel, accessible to anyone… anyone who has USD $ 125,000 to spend on it.
A year has passed since our first article about the Florida space tourism company, Space Perspective’s plan
The coronavirus pandemic cannot hold back the development of the space company of Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founding Amazon: an astonishing test was carried out over the Texas desert yesterday.
On April 15 at 12:49 local time, the company conducted yet another test with its rocket called New Shepard,
The architectural plans for this self-sufficient and sustainable Martian city were created by Abiboo Studio. The space city will be able to house one million people.
The capital, carved into the southern rocks of Tempe Mensa, was named Nüwa. The construction on the Martian slope is explained by the planet’
The Orbital Assembly Corporation will begin the construction of the world’s first luxury hotel orbiting Earth in 2025. According to plans, it will be open for guests in 2027.
Built as part of the Voyager Station, the space hotel will feature a gym, a cinema, a restaurant and a
Peter Beck, the CEO of Rocket Lab, says their latest rocket design, dubbed Neutron, will be able to transport people into space. The Neutron is a forty-meter-high, eight-ton reusable launch vehicle “tailored for mega constellations, deep space missions and human spaceflight,” the firm said.
The company Rocket Lab, founded in
Peter Beck, a Rocket Lab vezérigazgatója szerint legújabb rakétatervük, mely a Neutron nevet viseli, már embereket is képes lesz az űrbe juttatni. A Neutron egy negyven méter magas, nyolctonnás, újrafelhasználható hordozórakéta, amelyet „műholdegyüttesekhez, mélyűrbeli küldetésekre és emberi űrrepülésekre terveztünk” – közölte a társaság.
A 2006-ban alapított, kaliforniai Rocket Lab jelenleg az
The United Arab Emirates, China and the United States have launched a spacecraft to Mars last year: these could all reach the red planet in the next two weeks.
The UAE and China are conquering Mars for the first time, while for NASA, this is their first attempt at sending
Researchers at Kyoto University are developing a unique satellite: the unit designed to burn up completely at the end of its life may play a key role in reducing the amount of human-made waste floating in space.
LignoSat could be a product of the not-so-far future: according to plans, the
NASA placed the space telescope Hubble into orbit 30 years ago in 1990, which, in addition to the epoch-making discoveries, also shares awe-inspiring images with us.
The first pictures taken by the Hubble proved to be blurry, and so NASA sent a crew back up to fix the problem, thanks
BIG and ICON announced their collaboration with the team of SEArch+ for Project Olympus, to design a 3D printed infrastructure promoting the establishment of livable circumstances on the Moon.
In the course of the project, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and ICON, a specialist of 3D printed buildings will also collaborate
While the power struggle between countries over space is well under way, private
companies also entered the competition – to achieve none other, but being the
first to open the space for tourism.
In pursuit of this goal, Virgin Galactic has just unveiled the passenger cabin
of its SpaceShipTwo spacecraft. The
The process of our common treasures becoming available to wider and wider
audiences is a trend that can be observed over the course of human history. Be
it a result of television or the internet, the professionalism of the creative
human mind has an undisputed role in it. Until now,
Even though we read about events “of historic importance” on a daily basis, this
Wednesday, on May 27, 2020 promises to be a truly historic one. Around half
eight in Central European Time on Wednesday this week
[https://www.spaceflightinsider.com/launch-schedule/], SpaceX’s spacecraft Crew
Dragon will launch
Ugyan naponta olvasunk „történelmi jelentőségű” eseményekről, ez a 2020. május
27-i szerdai nap valóban annak ígérkezik. Holnapután este közép-európai idő
szerint fél kilenc körül [https://www.spaceflightinsider.com/launch-schedule/]
egy Falcon 9 rakéta csúcsán elindul a Nemzetközi Űrállomás felé a SpaceX Crew
Dragon nevű űrhajója, fedélzetén két tapasztalt amerikai asztronautával,
Such controversial people were simply bound to meet. Their achievements are
undeniable, yet we know stories and personality traits about both of them that
make it impossible to admire them unconditionally.
Tom Cruise is definitely one of the biggest living stars in the world; anything
he touches turns into gold.
Két ennyire vitatott személynek muszáj volt összetalálkoznia. Teljesítményüket
kár tagadni – „a leistung-ot el kell ismerni”, csak hogy egy klasszikust
idézzünk –, mégis mindkettőjük esetében tudunk olyan történetről,
jellemvonásról, amely miatt nem lehet önfeledten rajongani értük.
Tom Cruise egészen biztosan az egyik legnagyobb élő sztár a Földön; amibe
belevág, tuti sikertörténet lesz.
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