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The Jade Rabbit probe reached lunar orbit 112 hours after being released Center Xichang Satellite Launch. The first lunar probe China on Friday entered the orbit of Earth's natural satellite , reported the official press of
The new logo features a giant, world-dominating octopus, its sucker-covered tentacles encircling the planet while it looks on with determination, a steely glint in its enormous eye. The logo carries a five-word tagline: Nothing is beyond our reach...
The center later verified that Chang'e-3 had entered the 100 km-high lunar circular orbit.
Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science at Spring Hill College Earlier this week China launched one of its venerable Long March rockets. That event in itself is no longer news as China has become one of the world's busiest and most
A joint venture of Embraer and public-private company Telebras is to supply Brazil with a strategic communications geostationary satellite system. The system from Visiona Tecnologia Espacial S.A. will be operated by Telebras and the Ministry of
The rocket was returned to its processing hangar for inspections. Engineers discovered that oxygen had gotten inside the rocket's ground-based engine igniter system. "Rocket engines are healthy, but cleaning turbopump gas generators will take another
A BOY of seven who cut his head while playing in his driveway may have been struck by tiny meteorites originating from space...One hundred years after it was buried, a time capsule from 1912 has been opened...US taxpayers more than $US1 billion which
World News South Korea is looking to put an unmanned space vehicle on the moon by 2020 with its own rocket, the government announced Tuesday. In January, Korea successfully launched a scientific satellite into orbit from its own soil with a locally
Share In the past, we've posted some incredible views of Earth's most breathtaking natural features from the European Space Agency (ESA), which has been observing the Earth with satellites for decades. It turns out that natural features aren't the
Mars, will now launch German, French, British and Canadaian satellites, a top official said. "We will be launching EnMAP (Environmental Mapping and Analysis Programme) satellite belonging to Germany...The EnMAP is a hyperspectral satellite that would