NASA, SpaceX Look to March 2 for Next Available Crew-6 Launch Attempt

NASA and SpaceX scrubbed Monday’s launch attempt of the agency’s SpaceX Crew-6 mission to the International Space Station due to a ground systems issue. Mission teams decided to stand down to investigate an issue preventing data from confirming a full load of the ignition source for the Falcon 9 first stage Merlin engines, triethylaluminum triethylboron (or Read More

The Executive Director of the SESAR Deployment Manager and her team visit ENAIRE’s General Director

...and see, on-site, the improvements made in the Madrid Control Centre Complex and in the centralized systems With European CEF funds - Mariagrazia La Piscopia held a meeting with ENAIRE's General Director with the aim of fostering their existing partnership -ENAIRE is one of the members of the SESAR Deployment Manager - During her visit Read More

ENAIRE will invest 9.5 million euros to transfer and virtualise air traffic control systems supported by Voice over IP

• The actions will be carried out at the Air Control Centres in Madrid, Barcelona and its Centre for Experimentation and Development • These systems are used to manage air traffic, for simulations and operational training environments for controllers and pseudo-pilots, as well as for new communications architectures • In addition, the Board of Directors Read More

ESA – Seeing triple

This observation from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope features the massive galaxy cluster RX J2129. Due to Gravitational lensing, this observation contains three different images of the same supernova-hosting galaxy, which you can see in closer detail here. Gravitational lensing occurs when a massive celestial body causes a sufficient curvature of spacetime to bend Read More

ENAIRE began to implement the AMBAR Project at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport

• This means more efficient air operations, improved service quality and reduced fuel consumption and emissions • It makes operations possible using independent approaches to the existing parallel runways • The acoustic impact in relation to the current scenario in the vicinity of the Airport is unchanged • The project satisfies the regulatory requirements of Read More

Young ESA payload destined for space

A young group of workers at ESA have come together to design a space payload of their own, with ESA technical experts contributing the technical assistance they needed. The result, Young Professional Satellite, YPSat – was presented to representatives of supporting departments at ESA’s ESTEC technical centre in the Netherlands. YPSat-1 camera YPSat is a project Read More

NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 Launch Scrubbed and update

Launch of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-6 mission from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A in Florida to the International Space Station has been scrubbed. More information is coming soon. The next available launch attempt is at 12:34 a.m. EST Thursday, March 2, pending resolution of the technical issue preventing Monday’s launch. James Cawley- photo Scott Schilke Read More