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Space Tech Journal
Jan 21, 2022
Radian Aerospace Emerges from Stealth, Announces Seed Funding

Radian Aerospace Emerges from Stealth, Announces Seed Funding

Radian Aerospace, the developers of the world's first fully reusable horizontal takeoff and landing, single-stage to orbit spaceplane, announced that the company recently closed $27.5 million in seed funding.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 17, 2022
Machine Learning for Morphable Materials

Machine Learning for Morphable Materials

Flat materials that can morph into three-dimensional shapes have potential applications in architecture, medicine, robotics, space travel, and much more. But programming these shape changes requires complex and time-consuming computations.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 12, 2022
Chang'E-5 Lander Makes First Onsite Detection of Water on Moon

Chang'E-5 Lander Makes First Onsite Detection of Water on Moon

A joint research team has observed water signals in reflectance spectral data from the lunar surface acquired by the Chang'E-5 lander, providing the first evidence of in-situ detection of water on the Moon.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 10, 2022
Scientists Contemplate Launching Tiny Lifeforms into Space

Scientists Contemplate Launching Tiny Lifeforms into Space

No longer solely in the realm of science fiction, the possibility of interstellar travel has appeared, tantalizingly, on the horizon. Although we may not see it in our lifetimes — at least not some real version of the fictional warp-speeding, hyperdriving, space-folding sort — we are having early conversations of how life could escape the tether of our solar system, using technology that is within reach.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 6, 2022
James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys 70 Foot Sunshield

James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys 70 Foot Sunshield

The James Webb Space Telescope team has fully deployed the spacecraft's 70-foot sunshield, a key milestone in preparing it for science operations.
Press Release
Velo3D Ships First Sapphire XC to an Aerospace Customer

Velo3D Ships First Sapphire XC to an Aerospace Customer

Velo3D Inc has announced its first Sapphire XC delivery. The Sapphire XC, or "Extra Capacity," is the company's newest and largest metal 3D printer that delivers both faster production and larger parts.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 27, 2021
NASA's Webb Telescope Launches to See First Galaxies, Distant Worlds

NASA's Webb Telescope Launches to See First Galaxies, Distant Worlds

A joint effort with European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, the Webb observatory is NASA's revolutionary flagship mission to seek the light from the first galaxies in the early universe and to explore our own solar system, as well as planets orbiting other stars, called exoplanets.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 23, 2021
Black Hole Eruption Spanning 16 Times the Full Moon

Black Hole Eruption Spanning 16 Times the Full Moon

Astronomers have produced the most comprehensive image of radio emission from the nearest actively feeding supermassive black hole to Earth. The emission is powered by a central black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A, about 12 million light years away.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 20, 2021
Production of Electricity on the Moon

Production of Electricity on the Moon

The results of research are planned to be used to provide electricity to future lunar outposts of the European Space Agency and its international partners. The lunar outpost is planned to be established on the South Pole of the Moon in the next decades.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 16, 2021
IDTechEx TVNASA Enters the Solar Atmosphere for the First Time, New Discoveries

NASA Enters the Solar Atmosphere for the First Time, New Discoveries

For the first time in history, a spacecraft has touched the Sun. NASA's Parker Solar Probe has now flown through the Sun's upper atmosphere - the corona - and sampled particles and magnetic fields there.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 21, 2022
Radian Aerospace Emerges from Stealth, Announces Seed Funding

Radian Aerospace Emerges from Stealth, Announces Seed Funding

Radian Aerospace, the developers of the world's first fully reusable horizontal takeoff and landing, single-stage to orbit spaceplane, announced that the company recently closed $27.5 million in seed funding.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 12, 2022
Chang'E-5 Lander Makes First Onsite Detection of Water on Moon

Chang'E-5 Lander Makes First Onsite Detection of Water on Moon

A joint research team has observed water signals in reflectance spectral data from the lunar surface acquired by the Chang'E-5 lander, providing the first evidence of in-situ detection of water on the Moon.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 6, 2022
James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys 70 Foot Sunshield

James Webb Space Telescope Fully Deploys 70 Foot Sunshield

The James Webb Space Telescope team has fully deployed the spacecraft's 70-foot sunshield, a key milestone in preparing it for science operations.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 27, 2021
NASA's Webb Telescope Launches to See First Galaxies, Distant Worlds

NASA's Webb Telescope Launches to See First Galaxies, Distant Worlds

A joint effort with European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, the Webb observatory is NASA's revolutionary flagship mission to seek the light from the first galaxies in the early universe and to explore our own solar system, as well as planets orbiting other stars, called exoplanets.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 20, 2021
Production of Electricity on the Moon

Production of Electricity on the Moon

The results of research are planned to be used to provide electricity to future lunar outposts of the European Space Agency and its international partners. The lunar outpost is planned to be established on the South Pole of the Moon in the next decades.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 17, 2022
Machine Learning for Morphable Materials

Machine Learning for Morphable Materials

Flat materials that can morph into three-dimensional shapes have potential applications in architecture, medicine, robotics, space travel, and much more. But programming these shape changes requires complex and time-consuming computations.
Space Tech Journal
Jan 10, 2022
Scientists Contemplate Launching Tiny Lifeforms into Space

Scientists Contemplate Launching Tiny Lifeforms into Space

No longer solely in the realm of science fiction, the possibility of interstellar travel has appeared, tantalizingly, on the horizon. Although we may not see it in our lifetimes — at least not some real version of the fictional warp-speeding, hyperdriving, space-folding sort — we are having early conversations of how life could escape the tether of our solar system, using technology that is within reach.
Press Release
Velo3D Ships First Sapphire XC to an Aerospace Customer

Velo3D Ships First Sapphire XC to an Aerospace Customer

Velo3D Inc has announced its first Sapphire XC delivery. The Sapphire XC, or "Extra Capacity," is the company's newest and largest metal 3D printer that delivers both faster production and larger parts.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 23, 2021
Black Hole Eruption Spanning 16 Times the Full Moon

Black Hole Eruption Spanning 16 Times the Full Moon

Astronomers have produced the most comprehensive image of radio emission from the nearest actively feeding supermassive black hole to Earth. The emission is powered by a central black hole in the galaxy Centaurus A, about 12 million light years away.
Space Tech Journal
Dec 16, 2021
IDTechEx TVNASA Enters the Solar Atmosphere for the First Time, New Discoveries

NASA Enters the Solar Atmosphere for the First Time, New Discoveries

For the first time in history, a spacecraft has touched the Sun. NASA's Parker Solar Probe has now flown through the Sun's upper atmosphere - the corona - and sampled particles and magnetic fields there.