The first half of the 20th century was marked by the rapid development of medicine in the field of fighting infectious disease. Also the study of radioactivity – the process of decay of the atomic nucleus, the study of which would allow people to extract colossal amounts of energy.
In the first part we talked about the three most important space missions of the passing 2022. In this piece, we will digress from the missions that have already happened to focus our attention on analyzing the main trends in the space industry in 2023.
The launch of the EOS SAT-1 satellite from EOS Data Analytics at the beginning of 2023 was a unique event in remote sensing (RS). Combining compactness and modularity, the EOS SAT constellation satellites represent the most advanced tools for precision agriculture in the satellite surveillance industry.
EOSDA launched the first EOS SAT satellite on SpaceX’s Transporter-6 mission to help agricultural users adjust to climate change and reach sustainability in their practices
Food scarcity made us take a new look at Earth Observation Satellites – supporting the agro-industrial sector. Satellite monitoring help control the level of crop yield, carry out planned irrigation, and timely notice the danger of drought and pests, thus contributing to the preservation of crops.
2022 is now coming to its end, which means it’s time to take stock of the year in space. In Part 1 of this piece, we selected the three most significant space missions of the past year that had the most tangible impact on the space sector this year: DART, James Webb Telescope and Artemis.
NASA successfully launched the super-heavy SLS rocket. Nov. 16, 2022, the Space Launch System rocket went into space, opening a string of 6 planned Artemis missions, including a human-crewed mission and a moon landing. So it’s a good time to look back at the rather tangled history of its emergence.
There has been no greater period of rethinking in science than the 20th century. It brought a new paradigm of understanding the universe. In our first installation on the history of the 20th century, we will discuss the birth of quantum mechanics and Einstein’s theory of relativity.
In the early 1970s, NASA began preparing the first missions to the outer solar system. The planners were faced with an important question: how traversable was the main asteroid belt? Thus began a period of active exploration of asteroids.