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30 November 2021
The seven most anticipated international space conferences in early 2022

There are seven international space conferences scheduled in the next six months. They will bring together key players in the space industry, government officials, space agencies, and many others.
Max Polyakov Space blog has prepared an overview of the main space events.

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23 November 2021
The History of Astronautics Part 3: The Rise of the Private Sector

Since the end of the Cold War, the US and Russia have combined forces to build the International Space Station. China, Japan, and Europe have also become far more competitive as players in space. Most importantly, private companies have emerged as key players in the race to explore space.

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17 November 2021
How can we find extraterrestrial intelligence? Methods in the search for alien civilizations

Thanks to recent technological progress, scientists have new tools at their disposal that can significantly increase the effectiveness of the SETI. In this article, we will analyze the most promising methods that humanity can use to answer the question of whether we are alone in the universe.

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03 November 2021
Space technologies: How we use them every day

It is difficult to imagine modern life without orbitally-based services like GPS, weather forecasts and satellite communications. But space exploration has also yielded indispensable technologies, like the modern digital camera, non-contact thermometers and hundreds of other devices.

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29 October 2021
The history of astronautics. Part 2: The space race and reusable spaceships

On October 4, 1957, humanity began its exploration of space, a moment thatbecame just the starting point in a long journey. In the second part on the history of astronautics, we talk about the space race between the superpowers, alternative projects for space travel, and reusable spacecraft.

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26 October 2021
Firefly Aerospace is one step closer to landing on the Moon

Firefly Aerospace announces it has successfully completed NASA’s Critical Design Review of its Blue Ghost lunar lander and is on schedule for September 2023 lunar mission

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22 October 2021
The history of astronautics. Part 1: the first step into the unknown

Space was and will remain for a long time a very complex, dangerous, and unforgiving environment. We would like to tell a story about how humanity has begun to master this arena. This is the birth of astronautics – from exotic ideas of the distant past to the first successful rocket launches.

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08 October 2021
Space Industry Trends by 2031

Over the next decade, more than 100,000 new satellites will be launched into orbit, new orbital stations will be built, the rules for operating in space will change, and new jobs will emerge

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05 October 2021
Space Foundation 12th Annual International Student Art Contest Now Open for Submissions

“Space Foundation with the support of Noosphere Venture Partners announced the opening of the 12th Annual International Student Art Contest. 2022 contest theme is “Living, Working and Playing on the Moon”. Contest encourages student Artists worldwide to ‘Shoot for the Moon’.

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