TS2 SPACE is supporting Mission 4 flight with mobile satellite equipment

These equipments will allow an optimum communication among ARCA’s partners for this first Google Lunar X Prize flight: The Romanian Navy, Air Force and Civil Air Traffic Control Centres. The Google Lunar X PRIZE is a $30 million international competition to safely land a robot on the surface of the Moon, travel 500 meters over the lunar surface, and send images and data back to the Earth. Teams must be at least 90% privately funded and must be registered to compete by December 31, 2010. The first team to land…

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Russia set to launch into space by 2025 following 44 years of passive space

The culmination of scientific accomplishment is carried out in orbit. Although space technology, including wireless communications and navigational systems, support most of contemporary society, only a few nations can take spacecraft into orbit. The digital database records the development of intergalactic spaceship and the number of payloads launched into flight in 1957 during the first operational rocket flight. Satellites, orbital instruments, and crew spacecraft will be used in payloads. A lift-off can bear several payloads, even in other states. As of 1976, Russia has never been on the moon but…

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Norway manages to lure drivers into using electric cars

Less population of America love cars that produce more gas that pollutes the air as well as cars that emit smog. On the other hand, a large community supports the use of electric cars since they do not pollute the environment and consume less oil. Since the incorporation of electric vehicles in the market, a large number of electric cars sells over 40 percent. The majority of drivers have ordered the latest models because they could not imagine owning and driving one. As much as Norway is a small and rural state…

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Solar Energy Sector on A Downward Spiral: Can it Recover?     

Solar power stands at 40% of United States’ generation capability in the previous year. However, the sector also went further and hired 250000 employees, making it one of the most influential recently started industries in the American economy. The impressive outcome from the industry all inspired by common motivators of decreasing prices and constructive government and federal renewable energy policies, The changes throughout the industry across the past ten years from small firms to some of the most competitive field of economic development. However, owing to COVID-19’s more significant economic…

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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx rocket pros space rock (asteroid) inspecting dress rehearsal

  A NASA spacecraft is getting ready to scoop the samples of the asteroid Bennu which has completed its trial for the historic moment. There has never been a trip to the asteroids before. The OSIRIS-Rex is the NASA spacecraft, which is on the preparations since the year 2018.  The spacecraft will sweep the surface of the asteroid to retrieve its content in four months, and the sample will return to the earth in the year 2023.  On the check rehearsal last Tuesday, on 14th April, the spacecraft, OSIRIS-Rex, got…

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Energy 

South Africa Explores Electric Vehicles

  South Africa is the latest country to advance into electric mobility. For instance, uYilo Electric Mobility Program in South Africa is in the process of ensuring the exploration of electric vehicles. The program has so far sold about 1200 electric vehicles in the previous year. It is interesting to note that sales are high for plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). These two EVs are on a 50-50 percentage in terms of sales.   BMW i3, a BEV model, tops the sales charts with a high of 405…

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Space 

COVID-19 affects rocket production in Russia

The world is currently encountering a pandemic due to coronavirus that has resulted in the closure of numerous organizations hence presiding the collapse of multiple organizations. Consequently, the borders of most countries are closed, minimizing the movement of people in and out of the country, a strategy aiming at reducing the contamination. Likewise, most companies have laid off their workers due to the government directive. Other organizations that are necessitated to work have informed their employees to work from home to minimize the risk of their employees contacting the virus.…

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Energy 

London Gv

The power industry has encountered change over the years, from fossil fuel to renewables. The transformation has paved the way for several new gadgets introduced to support the transition and enhance a stable, flexible, and efficient production and supply of energy in a given state. The range of innovative gadgets includes PV cells and lithium-ion batteries that help in the storage of energy. Therefore, if the industry encounters a power shortage or a rise in power demand, the stored energy in the cells can feed the power grid resulting in…

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Space 

OneWeb organization seek financial protection in the court as they file for bankruptcy

The OneWeb Company, based in London, said it is filling the bankruptcy by the 27th march after its largest investor, Softbank refused to add funds; this is according to the reports in the media. OneWeb is also deploying some of the workers as it tries to restructure its business schedules.  The OneWeb CEO Adrian Steckel said during the press communication that it is sad, but they have to reduce the number of workers, and the company engages in chapter 11 processes. The company’s remaining employees will only be involved in…

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Coronavirus 

Coronavirus changes the viewpoint of clean energy and electric vehicles 

The outbreak of Coronavirus just lowered all anticipations for solar, battery, and electric vehicle markets. If the pandemic goes on, then all last efforts to curb changes in climate will remain behind the doors. The previous week, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 as a global pandemic that could affect renewables, electric vehicles, and the entire economy at large. The whole world will encounter huge figures of losses as the pandemic will shutter all markets from carrying on their activities. According to random research done by analysts, the future of…

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