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

ESA – Juice’s journey and Jupiter system tour

ESA’s Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, Juice, is set to embark on an eight-year cruise to Jupiter starting April 2023. The mission will investigate the emergence of habitable worlds around gas giants and the Jupiter system as an archetype for the numerous giant planets now known to orbit other stars. This animation depicts Juice’s journey to Read More

Satellites around the Moon come another step closer

ESA is going to the Moon – in collaboration with its international partners – and seeks to build a lasting lunar link to enable sustainable space exploration. The agency has now evaluated initial ideas to create a network of lunar telecommunications and navigation satellites. Creating a commercial telecommunications and navigation service for the Moon will Read More

Japan Airlines engineering division selects IFS solution for aircraft fleet maintenance 

     JAL Engineering Co., Ltd. to deploy IFS aviation maintenance solution in the cloud to modernize long range maintenance planning for its nearly 200 aircraft fleet           Announcement continues IFS expansion of its commercial aviation MRO footprint across Asia-Pacific and globally IFS, the global cloud enterprise software company, today announced the Read More

General Authority of Civil Aviation – Saudi Arabia to transform the future of Aviation

Global leaders will attend the Inaugural 'Future Aviation Forum' 9th May 2022 in Riyadh Global aviation leaders will unite in Riyadh for Saudi Arabia's first-ever Future Aviation Forum. The two-day event, happening May 9th, will unite leaders from the public and business sectors, international CEOs, and regulators to shape the evolution of international air travel and Read More