Airbus has filed a patent application that reveals a kind of seat for its aircraft that in an event of crash landing will make sure a passenger doesn’t get hurt. In general, a floor of an aircraft has rails. Chairs are fastened to these rails so that they can slide independently – for adjustment or … Continue reading Airbus designed a new chair to save passengers during a crash landing
Pioneer-0 was the first attempt by the mankind to send a probe beyond the earth orbit in 1958. The United States was the organizer of that mission. Unfortunately, it’s failed due to some reasons. But after that many successful moon missions were made. The Apollo-11 mission was an epitome of it when first-time human foot … Continue reading Why the far side of the Moon is such a big topic to researchers?
The last 2 were among the most exciting years of space exploration! From Falcon 9’s multiple successful landings to water discovery on Mars, and from India’s cheapest mission to Mars to Elon Musk’s BFR to colonize Mars, we’ve seen a lot of breakthroughs. Not that just we heard a lot of fascinating news, our hopes of … Continue reading How China is Going to Explore Dark Side of the Moon?
Boeing’s new patented satellite configuration with SpaceX’s Falcon 9 will make satellite launches cheaper than ever. Boeing, last year, launched two electrical satellites via Space X Falcon 9 – a bargain rocket as it is reusable. What impressive thing Boeing did was that they stacked one satellite on top of other. On the surface, this … Continue reading Boeing on the track to make satellite launches cheaper than ever
If we take a look at what we have achieved in last 250 years we’ll notice two distinct opposites: advancements and deterioration. Advancements in every segment of our lives but also deterioration of planet’s natural resources exploited to build the advancements. But it’s all for the better. It just may be that overuse and exhaustion … Continue reading Are We Heading to The Next Dimension of Space Explorations?