First Look From Inside LC-39B of NASA ESA Artemis 1 Moon Rocket Before Roll Back To The VAB!

Then (June 28th 2018) to Now (April 21st 2022)! A photographic journey from being allowed inside the new LC-39B flame trench to being on the pad with SLS Artemis 1 fully stacked. The progression of a completely refurbished NASA LC-39B from the Apollo & Shuttle days to an up close media visit with the fully Read More

NASA and ESA Astronauts Arrive At Kennedy Space Center

On April 18th 2022 NASA & ESA Astronauts Arrive At Kennedy Space Center For Saturday April 23rd Launch! Just after 12:30 PM EDT NASA Duel Engine N95NA Gulf-stream Aerospace G-V (672) arrived at the Space Shuttle Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center from Houston Texas with the Crew 4 astronauts comprised of three NASA astronauts Read More

Longtime Historic Sportscar Racing Competitor Larry Connor Pilots his Latest Ride Straight to the International Space Station

Connor and Three "Teammates" in Final Days of First All-Private Astronaut Axiom Mission 1 on SpaceX Falcon 9 Dragon Spacecraft Longtime Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) competitor Larry Connor reluctantly withdrew his entry in this month's HSR 44th Mitty at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta but the all-around adventurer literally has an out-of-this-world excuse. Connor is currently Read More

Earth from Space: Scandinavian Peninsula

The Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission captured this impressive shot of the almost cloud-free Scandinavian Peninsula on 20 March. Click on the image below to explore it in its full resolution. The Scandinavian Peninsula, which comprises Sweden and Norway, is approximately 1850 km long. It extends southward from the Barents Sea in the north, the Norwegian sea Read More

ENAIRE recovered 86.4% of flights in March compared to the record levels of 2019

Holy Week is expected to have 71,471 flights and overflights Domestic flights fared the best, with a recovery of 88.8%ENAIRE managed more than 135,000 flights in the third month of the yearCompared to March 2021, the number of flights grew by 215.8%The recovery of air traffic in Spain exceeds the European average by 10 percentage Read More

Axiom Private Astronauts Headed to International Space Station

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft is launched on Axiom Mission 1 (Ax-1) to the International Space Station with Commander Michael López-Alegría of Spain and the United States, Pilot Larry Connor of the United States, and Mission Specialists Eytan Stibbe of Israel, and Mark Pathy of Canada aboard, Friday, April Read More

Busy Three Days At Kennedy Space Center for SpaceX, ISS and NASA

April 6th, 7th & 8th 2022 An extremely busy Wednesday and Thursday on the spacecoast at Kennedy Space Center with SpaceX first stage booster B-1061.7 off loaded from (ASOG) A Shortfall Of Gravitas in Port Canaveral from a successful Transporter 4 mission with 40 multiple payloads on April 6th. The International Space Station crossed directly Read More

ENAIRE’s iFOCUCS project – Spanish Government authorises the installation of 132 new air controller positions

….with cutting-edge technology for 43 million euros The Council of Ministers has approved this first phase, which will begin in the Canary Islands with 24 new control positions, and the centres in Barcelona and Valencia, with a further 66 positions.This phase also includes the Simulation and Training Centre in Madrid, which will have 40 new Read More

First NanoAvionics modular microsatellite “MP42” and two other NanoAvionics-built satellites were launched with Falcon 9

Friday’s SpaceX Transporter-4 mission included three satellites built by smallsat mission integrator NanoAvionics for multiple customers. MP42 is NanoAvionics’ largest satellite built and launched so far, based on one of the first commercially available modular microsatellite buses in the industry. MP42 is a rideshare mission, and part of the company’s ongoing program. It’s hosting multiple Read More