Explorarea Spațială – doc

NASA a confirmat că Perseverance a recuperat prima mostră de rocă de pe Marte – 6.09


Billionaires’ Ego-Driven Space Adventures Help Everyone – FP, 20.07
Progress doesn’t happen unless the ambitious get it off the ground. By Greg Autry, a clinical professor of space leadership, policy, and business at Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management, and Laura Huang, an associate professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School

2,4 milioane de dolari costă un loc în zborul spațial inaugural al Blue Origin – 19.05

The New ‘Right Stuff’ Is Money and Luck – The Atlantic, 16.05
Rich people are heading to space, and they’re changing what it means to be an astronaut. By Marina Koren


Roverul chinez Zhurong a parcurs 585 de metri pe Marte – 23.07

O navetă suborbitală chineză a revenit pe Terra după zborul inaugural / China vrea să dezvolte tehnologie reutilizabilă pentru transport spaţial – 16.07


UFOs Were Born Among America’s Cold War Fears – FP, 7.06
The Pentagon’s latest report is unlikely to shift an old story. By Kate Dorsch, a historian of science at the University of Pennsylvania.


The Crisis in Space – FP, 15.05
Falling rocket debris, ‘space junk’ crowding the skies, and unregulated resource competition make this the hour of space diplomacy. By W. Robert Pearson, a fellow in the Rethinking Diplomacy Program at Duke University’s Center for International and Global Studies, and Benjamin L. Schmitt, an astrophysicist and project development scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.


Russian-Founded Space Start-Up Faces National Security Pressure – FP, 12.05
Momentus is raising eyebrows in Washington for its ties to Russia. By Jack Detsch

Russia Plans to Launch Its Own Space Station in 2025 – IE, 20.04
The ISS program is coming to a close, signaling the end of an ambitious era of scientific collaboration.

SUA și Rusia continuă colaborarea în spațiu – Europa Liberă, 5.04

Russia and China Seek to Tie America’s Hands in Space – FP, 31.03
Biden should avoid the treaty trap set by Moscow and Beijing. By Bradley Bowman, Jared Thompson


NASA’s 100 Days – 29.04


China și stația spațială – Care sunt planurile și ce simbolizează pentru cea mai populată țară de pe glob – 17.06

Is China Becoming a Big Player in the Global Space Race? – Bloomberg, 17.06

  • Blaine Curcio, founder of Orbital Gateway Consulting, a boutique market research and consulting firm focusing on the business of space and satellite telecommunications, looks at China’s space program. A Chinese rocket carrying three astronauts took off on Thursday morning to work on the development of China’s first space station, part of the country’s effort to catch up to the U.S. as a space power.

China vrea să îi prindă din urmă pe americani, ruși și europeni. A făcut primul pas pentru asamblarea staţiei sale spaţiale – 29.04

China launches first module for space station planned for 2022 – DW, 29.04

  • China has launched the core module of its first permanent space station. A rocket carrying the module blasted into space in the first of 11 missions needed to complete and crew the station by the end of next year. When finished, it will rival the only other space station circling our planet – the International Space Station or ISS.

Watch NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 Mission Arrive at the International Space Station – 24.04

  • Tune in live as the Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft docks to the International Space Station with astronauts Shane Kimbrough, Megan McArthur of NASA, Thomas Pesquet of ESA (European Space Agency), and Akihiko Hoshide of JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) aboard. The four astronauts will begin a six-month science mission on the station.

Emiratele Arabe Unite încheie un parteneriat cu iSpace pentru lansarea unui rover spre Lună, în 2022 – 15.04


Japan’s space strategy and implications for its regional alliances – CH, 10.04

  • Japan has adopted an increasingly proactive approach to peaceful and sustainable uses of outer space, making space development a central pillar of its national and regional security policy.
  • Following the launch of Japan’s Space Operations Squadron; the signing of an MOU to advance US-Japan bilateral space cooperation; and the announcement of Japan’s $4.14 billion budget for space activities in 2021, experts consider the future direction of Japan’s outer space policy and implications for its regional alliances.
    • Beyond space domain awareness, how else might Japan and the US deepen and expand their space cooperation?
    • What opportunities are there for Japan to cooperate with developing economies on the development of space assets in the Indo-Pacific both from civilian and defence perspectives?
    • What are the latest developments in Japan and India’s joint lunar polar exploration (LUPEX) mission?
    • What is the role of private sector in expanding Japan’s outer space policy?

Japonezii au lansat pe orbită doi sateliți „gunoieri” – 25.03

Japan’s space strategy and implications for its regional alliances – CH,


La Tunisie, premier pays du Maghreb à lancer un satellite fabriqué 100 % localement – 23.03

  • C’est un petit pas pour l’aérospatiale mais un grand pas pour la #Tunisie​ : le premier satellite fait maison a été lancé dans l’espace lundi, ouvrant de nouvelles perspectives locales aux jeunes ingénieurs tunisiens qui s’expatrient en nombre.

China are planuri mari: vrea să trimită primii cercetători pe Lună – Digi24, 17.03

  • China vrea ca după ce va înființa o stație de cercetare pe Lună, să trimită acolo astronauți care să rămână perioade îndelungate pentru a face studii, a spus șeful Programului Lunar. Până să debarce acolo primii chinezi, a doua putere economică a lumii a trasat o serie de misiuni fără echipaj uman pentru acest deceniu.

There’s Not Much For the United States Up in Space – FP, 12.03
The moonshot was always a myth. By Paul Musgrave

America Needs a Supercharged Space Program – FP, 22.02
It could build entire industries, create new jobs, green the economy—and unite the country behind a common purpose. By Mark Y. Rosenberg, Peter Marber


Cosmonauții ruși termină reparațiile la Stația Spațială Internațională – 10.03


Cursa pentru cucerirea spaţiului a devenit una mondială, iar Europa de Est devine din ce în ce mai ambiţioasă: oameni pe Lună, constelaţii de sateliţi şi tehnologie spaţială „revoluţionară“ – ZF, 22.02


Agenţia Spaţială Europeană caută astronauţi, selecția fiind deschisă și pentru români / Care sunt condițiile pentru depunerea candidaturii – 16.02


Misiunea ”Hope” a trimis prima imagine cu Marte – 14.02


Turcia anunță că va ajunge pe Lună cu rachete hibride autohtone la sfârșitul anului 2023 – 9.02


Quelle est la place de l’Europe dans la compétition spatiale internationale ? – 20.01

  • La vidéo traite également de l’affirmation de la Chine comme puissance spatiale internationale. La note a été écrite par le chercheur de l’Ifri, Marc Julienne. Pour la lire : https://www.ifri.org/en/publications/…
  • À travers une série de publications et de débats, cette initiative vise à sensibiliser les acteurs dans les trois pays, ainsi que les institutions de l’Union européenne, aux défis posés par le renouveau de la compétition spatiale internationale.
  • Il s’agit plus particulièrement de souligner les enjeux qui en découlent, notamment dans le cadre de la transition numérique en Europe, de l’émergence du New Space aux Etats-Unis, de l’évolution du secteur spatial russe, et enfin de l’affirmation de la Chine comme acteur spatial de premier plan.

Mission lunaire chinoise : des pièces du vaisseau spatial Chang’e-5 exposées à Pékin – 18.01

  • La Chine expose des pièces appartenant au vaisseau spatial Chang’e-5 qui a récemment rapporté sur Terre des échantillons du sol de la Lune. Parmi elles, la capsule de retour, la sonde d’atterrissage et le lanceur Long March 5.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft undocks from the ISS – 11.01


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Space in 2020: A year of cosmic marvels and scientific endeavour – 28.12


L’Europe est-elle toujours dans la course aux étoiles? – 25.12.20

  • L’Union européenne a plongé dans la conquête spatiale coordonnée il y a plus de 50 ans. Jusqu’ici leader incontestée des lancements de satellites avec la fusée Ariane, elle a également réalisé des percées dans le système de positionnement GPS avec Galileo.  Elle joue aussi un rôle premier dans l’observation de la Terre grâce à son programme Copernicus, fondamental pour la lutte contre le changement climatique.

China promite că va deschide cel mai mare radiotelescop de pe planetă pentru restul lumii – 21.12


Adrian Stoica, expert NASA: „Cursa reală e pentru Lună. Călătoria pe Marte e legată de propagandă” – Adevărul, 19.12


China va mai lansa trei misiuni spre Lună și vrea să aducă roci de pe Marte și Jupiter – RFI, 17.12

China’s Chang’e-5 moon probe set for successful return to Earth – DW, 15.12

  • The China National Space Administration has announced the Chang’e 5 returner module is set to land in Mongolia later today. On board are around two kilograms of moon rocks and dust. The mission has made China the first country to have retrieved these samples since the 1970s. And for the Chinese government it’s also way of showing the world how advanced it is, when it comes to space exploration.

China’s space probe on its way to Earth with Moon samples as Beijing tries to enter space race – 4.12

China’s Chang’e5 reaches the moon to collect lunar rocks – 2.12

Sonda chineză Chang’e 5 a aselenizat cu succes – 1.12

China lunar mission: Spacecraft sets off on moon sample quest – 24.11


Boeing va încerca din nou să lanseze în 2021 capsula Starliner spre Stația Spațială Internațională / Misiune test pentru servicul de taxi spațial spre și dinspre ISS – 10.12

Eșantioanele prelevate de sonda japoneză Hayabusa-2 de pe un asteroid au ajuns pe Pământ – 6.11


Japan developing wooden satellites to cut space junk – BBC, 29.12

L’agence spatiale européenne commande la 1ère mission de nettoyage en orbite – 1.12

Swiss startup to clear space of orbiting debris – 2.12

Agenţia Spaţială Europeană a semnat un contract cu ClearSpace, pentru a curăţa orbita Pământului – 27.11



One giant leap for space privatization – 16.11.20

“Une page se tourne dans l’exploitation de la Station spatiale internationale” – 16.11

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