SpaceX slams FAA report on falling space debris danger

[ad_1] TAMPA, Fla. — SpaceX called on the Federal Aviation Administration to correct a report to Congress warning that, by 2035, falling debris from U.S.-licensed constellations in low Earth orbit (LEO) could injure or kill someone every two years if they deploy as planned. In an Oct. 9 letter to the FAA and Congress seen … Read more

Top 10 best heavyweights revealed with no space for Anthony Joshua conqueror

[ad_1] TYSON FURY has walked away from the heavyweight boxing division to play cash-grab with MMA giant Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia. With Deontay Wilder and Andy Ruiz – who stunned the world by beating Anthony Joshua in 2019 – refusing to fight each other to decide a mandatory challenger for the WBC Gypsy King, … Read more

I’m ex-US Open star… then partner of 3rd woman in space & write children’s books

[ad_1] TAM O’SHAUGHNESSY has a story that is out of this world – after spending 27 years as the partner of the third woman in space. But her incredible journey took her from the US Open to biology degrees to school teaching to writing children’s books. 3 Tam O’Shaughnessy played at three US Opens and … Read more

UK defence giant announces £4.3billion takeover of US space technology business

[ad_1] BRITAIN’S biggest defence firm has announced a £4.3billion takeover of a US space technology business. BAE Systems snapped up part of Ball Aerospace as space plays “an increasingly important area in the future of warfare”. 4 UK’s BAE Systems snapped up part of Ball Aerospace, the company responsible for providing software for the Mars … Read more

Rishi Sunak wants review of local traffic-reduction schemes

[ad_1] LONDON — Local schemes to reduce traffic in some U.K. neighborhoods will be reviewed by the central government as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak leans into concerns about the impact of pollution-cutting measures on motorists. The U.K. government on Sunday announced that it would be reviewing so-called Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs), although added that it … Read more

Advanced aircraft tracking will come live from space

[ad_1] Applications 25/07/2023 573 views 37 likes Satellites will soon be used to keep an independent eye on airborne planes, under a deal agreed between ESA and Spire Global, a company that provides space-based data, analytics and space services. Spire will design an advanced civilian aviation surveillance system that uses a constellation of satellites to … Read more