Numerous life-changing technologies have emerged from space. Now it’s time to promote European spinoffs to enter the 'Space Technology Hall of Fame' honouring the scientists, engineers, innovators and businesses behind these advances for our society.
A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe You have navigated to this page through:International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research News and Events News Items Media Releases A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe (this page) A PhD student from The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Perth has produced one of the most accurate measurements ever made of how fast the Universe is expanding.
Astronaut Gus Grissom climbs into his 'Liberty Bell 7' spacecraft on July 21, 1961. The Mercury-Redstone 4 rocket successfully launched the Liberty Bell 7 at 7:20 a.m. that morning. This was the second in a series of successful U.S.
Orazio, è vero ! C'e' di tutto sotto il cielo ! Dice Shakespeare in una sua famosa tragedia "Ci sono più cose in cielo e in Terra, Orazio, di quanto possa la tua filosofia" (Amleto, atto primo) . E in effetti vedendo questa immagine..... (ingrandiscila è in HD)
Russian space officials are hailing the end of the space shuttle era as the beginning of the "Soyuz epoch." For at least the next few years, Russian Soyuz craft will serve as the only way to get back and forth from the International Space Station,...