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The first all-private astronaut’s team arrives at the International Space Station

Brew Admin   Sun 10 Apr 2022    

WASHINGTON: The first all-private team of astronauts comprising three businessmen and a former astronaut, arrived yesterday at the International Space Station (ISS), aboard a SpaceX rocket, Reuters reported. The Ax-1 mission commander, Spanish-American Michael Lopez-Alegria, along with Canadian Mark Pathy, […]


NASA’s new moon rocket heads to launchpad tests

Brew Admin   Fri 18 Mar 2022    

CAPE CANAVERAL: NASA’s next-generation moon rocket began a highly anticipated, slow-motion journey out of its assembly plant en route to the launch pad in Florida for a final round of tests in the coming weeks that will determine how soon […]


UAE’s Hope Probe traces dust storms on Mars

Brew Admin   Tue 08 Mar 2022    

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration was undertaken by an Arab nation, is returning a number of unique observations of Martian dust storms, providing an unparalleled depth of information and insight into the way in which these […]


Three thousand kilograms of space junk has crashed into the Moon

Vismay Anand   Sun 06 Mar 2022    

Three thousand kilograms of space junk has just crashed into the moon at frightening speeds of 9,334 kilometres per hour as per calculations.  It’s is said that the crash will send moon dust and flying rock into space.  Sadly, telescopes […]


Hope Probe marks its first anniversary by celebrating its new observations

Brew Admin   Wed 09 Feb 2022    

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), the first Arab interplanetary mission, celebrates on 9 February the first anniversary of its successful entry into Mars’ orbit and the gathering of a unique trove of Mars observations by the Hope Probe. One […]


Emirates Mars Mission releases the second batch of scientific data to the world

Brew Admin   Tue 08 Feb 2022    

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary mission undertaken by an Arab nation, has released the second tranche of observations to a global audience of scientists, researchers, educationalists and enthusiasts. Over 76 GB of raw data has been uploaded […]


UAE to host the SpaceOps Conference in 2023

Brew Admin   Fri 04 Feb 2022    

DUBAI: The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) announced that it is all set to host the 17th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2023), one of the world’s leading and premier space events at the World Trade Centre in […]


NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has arrived in the solar orbit

Brew Admin   Tue 25 Jan 2022    

WASHINGTON: NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, designed to give the world an unprecedented glimpse of infant galaxies in the early stages of the universe, arrived at its gravitational parking spot in orbit around the sun, nearly a million miles from […]


UAE first Space Economic Zone to open in Masdar City

Brew Admin   Fri 21 Jan 2022    

ABU DHABI: The UAE Space Agency and Masdar will establish the nation’s first Space Economic Zone in Masdar City to create an integrated business ecosystem to propel startups and SMEs. It is the first of many space-tech hubs the UAE […]


An asteroid is headed for Earth, should we be concerned?

Vismay Anand   Fri 14 Jan 2022    

A massive asteroid, almost the size of the tallest building on Earth, is heading for the planet in mid-December, as per NASA’s asteroid tracker. Designated 163899 (2003 SD220), the massive asteroid has a diameter of approximately 791 meters, nearly the […]


NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is all set for lift off

Brew Admin   Fri 24 Dec 2021    

The James Webb Space Telescope is finally on the launchpad. The space observatory, safely tucked inside an Ariane 5 rocket, is expected to launch on December 25. The rollout took about two hours to complete, according to NASA. Arianespace’s Ariane […]