With the amalgamation of peerless speakers of Satellite -2020 Coalesce Research Group is privileged to announce its “International Conference on advances in Satellite & Space Missions” which will be held during June 15-16, 2019 in London, …
NASA announced Sept. 27 the award of more than $40 million in contracts to 14 companies, including Blue Origin and SpaceX, to develop technologies that can support NASA’s long-term exploration plans.
Blue Origin and SpaceX among winners of NASA technology agreements for lunar landers and launch vehicles
Blue Origin and SpaceX have secured multiple agreements with NASA intended to support the development of technologies for launch vehicles and lunar landers.
The 2019 IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT)
The 2019 International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT) will gather software and system engineers, scientists, and other practitioners with the objective of advancing information technology (IT) for space …
After years of delays, a group of NASA technology demonstration payloads is finally set to lift off on a Falcon Heavy later this month.
The conference is a forum for planetary scientists, technologists, engineers, project managers and agency officials to gather for the exchange of information and ideas for making this class of robotic mission richer scientifically while remaining …
7th European Congress & Business Expo on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
May 06-07, 2019, London, UK
Mechanical Engineering conferences 2019 | Aerospace Engineering Conferences 2019 | Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering …
Proposals to restructure NASA’s space technology and human spaceflight programs are on hold as the agency weighs other organizational changes.
NASA announced more than 20 contracts valued at $55 million Aug. 8 intended to develop commercial technologies for space exploration as well as study future markets for commercial activities in low Earth orbit.
As NASA reviews the windfall it received in the 2018 omnibus spending bill last week, the agency is moving ahead with a reorganization of its space technology work that puts in question the future of some of its current projects.