Under each new post on Facebook, you ask many questions about space infrastructure, space phenomena, and many more. MaxPolyakov.space’s editorial decided to answer the most difficult ones and start with: “how more than 3,000 satellites can orbit the Earth without colliding with each other”.
Every day in the media, we read stories about the launch of new satellites into space, or the development of rockets by so-called “New Space” entrepreneurs. This article discusses the benefits of NewSpace-owned satellites in near-Earth orbits.
The recent G7 summit announced the creation of a new international consortium of companies and government organizations focused on cybersecurity
Over three thousand man-made satellites orbit the Earth, each serving a useful purpose. They provide us with global communications, navigation systems, and even gather precise data about the problems facing our planet.
According to Statista, an international database of statistics, low Earth orbit currently plays host to over 3,300 active satellites, most of which (1,800) belong to the U.S.A. These satellites aren’t just useful for solving our problems here on Earth, but also for ensuring national security.
The International Student Art Contest, a competition established by the Space Foundation to encourage interest in students about art and space, has been held annually since 2011. The 2021 contest generated more than 4,500 entries from 88 countries, with participants aged 5 to 18.
On June 15-16, non-profit organization Association Noosphere held the fifth grand final of the Vernadsky Challenge engineering startup contest at the International Exhibition Center in Kyiv, Ukraine, as part of the International Aviation and Space Salon “Aviasvit – XXI”.
In a new interview, Via Satellite talks to Max Polyakov about why he decided to invest in Dragonfly Aerospace and what this company brings to his array of space assets: Firefly Aerospace, SETS, EOSDA, and others.
SETS, a provider of low-power plasma thrusters and electric propulsion systems owned by noted space entrepreneur Dr. Max Polyakov, has received a US patent for stabilized discharge power supply for its Hall thrusters.