ESA Warns Over Catastrophic Collision by Deluging Space Junk

The European Space Agency (ESA) warned on April 20 that the issue of space junk is getting more and more severe as there are millions of space junk particles orbiting Earth. These junk are like time b


China's Cargo Spacecraft Tianzhou-1 Set to Launch Aboard Long March 7

China s cargo spacecraft, the Tianzhou-1 is set to launch on 19:41 on April 20, according to the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO). Long March 7 Y2, the carrier rocket for this mission has (2017-06-05)

Student developed Satellite LilacSat-1 Successfully Launched

The second LilacSat-1 satellite, the second satellite independently researched and developed by the micro-nano satellite team of the Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), was launched at 23:11 on Apri (2017-06-05)

Cygnus on the Way to International Space Station with Tons of Supplies

NASA says that the Orbital ATK Inc. s spacecraft Cygnus will take about 3.8 tons of supplies to the International Space Station, according to the report of Sputniknews. According to the plan, the spac (2017-06-05)

China Begins to Form the Overall Capacity of High-Resolution Satellite Application

China s the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense has recently released the Report on China s Application of High-Resolution Satellite in 2017, which points out (2017-06-01)

BeiDou achieves accuracy to within one to two meters

BeiDou achieves accuracy to within one to two meters

China s domestically-produced satellite navigation system BeiDou is said to have made significant progress on its accuracy.