Alert: Experimental laboratory to be launched into space by the CCP?

Insights 10/13/22, 17:12

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced the launch of the Mengtian space module, which will be attached to its Tiangong space station. The new annex will house experiments in combustion, heat transfer, and fluid physics in microgravity, according to Chinese communist media. Mengtian is an 18-meter (59-foot) long, 22-ton cabin designed ...

Near catastrophe: Chinese regime’s rocket plunged uncontrolled to Earth

Space 08/02/22, 16:43

After the launch of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) Long March B5 rocket, the international community was alerted by the lack of information on the trajectory of the rocket's debris, which could cause serious economic damage upon entering the earth and even endanger human life.The Chinese rocket, with an estimated ...

China’s missile debris often falls to Earth out of control

Space 08/01/22, 13:27

Recently, a fragment from China's Long March 5B rocket, weighing about 25 tons, plummeted toward Earth at a speed of about 15,000 mph. Although part of the fragment burned up on re-entry, the rest fell to Earth. This incident has led to anxiety and reprimands from the world. The uncontrolled ...

Aircraft diplomacy: Top Chinese airlines choose EU Airbus over US Boeing

Tech 07/09/22, 02:45

On July 1, Airbus confirmed the signing of orders for 292 A320 Family aircraft with Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, and Shenzhen Airlines. This purchase disappointed Boeing, the biggest U.S. exporter.  Reasonably, China conducted 'aircraft diplomacy' again, just the day after 'the NATO 2022 strategic concept' first identified the Chinese ...

Taking over the Moon: Dangerous ambition of the Chinese regime

Weapon/Army 07/08/22, 17:14

The United States made strong accusations against China by claiming that the communist regime has clear intentions to "conquer" the moon as part of a "military space program." The two powers engaged in a verbal battle over the issue of "conquering space." It was inevitably reminiscent of the dispute over the ...

SpaceX makes history: launches first private mission with three civilians to International Space Station

Space 04/08/22, 17:39

Three entrepreneurs and a former astronaut made history Friday when they launched into space on the first all-private mission launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, to the International Space Station. SpaceX successfully launched the so-called Ax-1 mission, whose onboard commander is former U.S. Hispanic astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria, ...

Amazon becomes SpaceX’s biggest competitor with Project Kuiper

Space 04/08/22, 04:08

Space X's billionaire owner, and number one in the space industry race, Elon Musk, now has something to worry about, as Amazon made deals with three rocket companies to launch satellites and provide fast, affordable broadband to millions of people with its Project Kuiper. The same goal Musk has with ...

Chinese rocket booster crashes into moon

Space 02/15/22, 19:15

Scientists have re-analyzed data and corrected that the previously reported space junk about to crash into the moon on March 4 was not a SpaceX rocket booster, but space junk left behind by a Chinese rocket launched in 2014. According to ArsTechnica, in early February, data analyst Bill Gray developed software ...

NATO announces measures to respond to attacks in space

Space 01/18/22, 15:46

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) published on Monday, January 17, a series of measures defining its "general space policy," intended to protect its members from possible space attacks, citing specific threats that could lead to major catastrophes. The document officially published by the NATO allies indicates that their collective defense ...

James Webb Space Telescope opens huge ‘golden eye’

Space 01/10/22, 23:46

The James Webb Space Telescope had completed the final step of its unfurling when the observatory opened its huge, gold-plated, flower-shaped mirror over the weekend of Jan. 8. According to the Associated Press, the last part of the 21-foot (6.5-meter) mirror swung into place at flight controllers’ command, completing the unfolding of the ...