Monthly Archives: May 2016

Cubesats and new bright night-time object

By David A. Ord …………….the debate on the subject of Cubesats is warming up Three student-built CubeSats were launched into space On April 25th on Soyuz flight VS14 from Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. The CubeSats hitched a lift … Continue reading

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Are underground lunar settlements viable?

By Frank Bonner When looking at permanent settlements on the Moon there are essentially two options: building on the lunar surface, or looking for a pre-existing underground chamber which can be made airtight. In recent years there has been growing … Continue reading

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