Webb detects extremely small main-belt asteroid

A previously unknown 100–200-metre asteroid — roughly the size of Rome’s Colosseum — has been detected by an international team of European astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope. Their project used data from the calibration of the Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI), in which the team serendipitously detected an interloping asteroid. The object is likely Read More

Land- Sea – Air: New campaign interprets the sustainability goals of Mercedes Benz

Historic symbol of the Mercedes star brought into modern times Trademark represents the responsible handling of the elements earth, water and air Visually powerful main film with clear messages on resource conservation, recycling and CO2-neutrality Land. Sea. Air. Land. Sea. Air. photo Mercedes More than a century ago, the three points of the Mercedes star Read More

UCAnFly’s dream of launching a satellite is one step closer with Electromagnetic Compatibility test campaign

In brief Three students from the UCAnFly team participating in the Fly Your Satellite! programme have travelled from their home base in Cadiz, Spain, to ESTEC in the Netherlands to conduct electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing on their payload. In-depth UCAnFly is the first-ever nanosatellite designed and developed in the University of Cadiz, Spain, and is Read More

Turning astronauts into Moon explorers

ESA’s geology training course PANGAEA has come of age with the publication of a paper that describes the quest for designing the best possible geology training for the next astronauts to walk on the surface of the Moon. Since 2016, PANGAEA has equipped ten astronauts from three space agencies with the foundational knowledge and skills Read More

Raquel Sánchez notes that the Arquería will be a mandatory stopping point along the cultural route on the Castellana after its remodelling

1.5% Cultural Programme • The Minister expressed her satisfaction with the Architecture Quality Law, which brings this discipline closer to society and puts urban planning in line with its new needs. • This new space was made possible thanks to an investment of more than 5 million euros made by the Ministry as part of Read More

SpaceX lands their 169th first stage booster on ASOG Feb. 2nd 2023 after a 2:58 AM ET morning launch!

Four different perspectives from four unique locations in Titusville and City of Cocoa Florida for this gorgeous 2:58 AM 2-2-2023 SpaceX Elon Musk & team Starlink 5-3 launch with a nearly clear early morning sky from LC-39A Cape Kennedy Florida and a southeast trajectory. First stage booster B-1069-5 damaged from its last hard landing flew Read More