Earth from Space: Mount Aso, Japan – with video

Mount Aso, the largest active volcano in Japan, is featured in this image captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission. Located in the Kumamoto Prefecture on the nation’s southernmost major island of Kyushu, Mount Aso rises to an elevation of 1592 m. The Aso Caldera is one of the largest calderas in the world, measuring around Read More

ENAIRE, a pioneer in updating its control system to transition toward a flexible airspace

° ENAIRE's air control system, known as SACTA, has been updated to include "Free Route" airspace data, which will allow flights with no pre-established routes, shorten routes and reduce the amount of fuel used ° The European Commission wants the use of airspace to be more flexible in order to improve air navigation by combining Read More

JMB Aircraft expands VL3 flight functionality with JMB Connect, the world’s first integrated app for Ultralight aircraft.

JMB Aircraft announced today that they will redefine the General Aviation market segment with the integration of the JMB Connect app in every VL3 aircraft, through a partnership with AVIATIZE, the Belgian aviation software company. The JMB Connect app is based on the Aviatize Companion app from Aviatize, with extended functionality. JMB Aircraft CEO Jean-Marie Read More

Liftoff of Crew-4 to the International Space Station

The Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule carrying ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti and NASA astronauts Kjell Lindgren, Robert “Bob” Hines and Jessica Watkins to the International Space Station lifts off from Launchpad 39A. Collectively known as Crew-4, the four astronauts were launched at 08:52 BST/09:52 CEST Wednesday 27 April from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Read More

First Look At NASA ESA SpaceX Crew 4 on LC-39A ISS mission for Wednesday April 27th!

"4"!  The 4th #NASA Commercial Crew rotational mission to the ISS with #SpaceX , Launching 4 astronauts on the 4th month of the year on a 4 flight booster B-1067-4 just before 4 AM Wednesday (actually 3:52 AM)! The 4th & final planned Crew Dragon capsule in the SpaceX fleet named Freedom by the Crew Read More

Living Planet Symposium 2022- LPS22 Student Grants

Description: The European Commission is pleased to offer LPS22 Student Grants for European students enrolled in EU higher education institutions and programs (MSc, PhD, PostDoc) and interested in attending the Living Planet Symposium 2022. ESA is managing these grants on behalf of the European Commission as a part of the EU-ESA Copernicus Programme cooperation. Application Read More

ENAIRE improves operations at the Castellón Airport with new satellite navigation procedures

The new airspace operations include the European EGNOS system for the runway 24 thresholdThis further enhances the safety and consistency of operations, as well as the continuity of air navigation servicesENAIRE is the first national company to be certified to design, document and validate new flight procedures, including their maintenance and periodic review ENAIRE, the Read More

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