Musk vs. Bezos In Space: Earth’s Greatest Business Rivalry Is Reaching A Cosmic Flash Point

Even the Milky Way seems too thin to prevent tech billionaires Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk from
colliding in their quest to conquer space.

Voyager Station: Here’s How The World’s First Space Hotel Will Look, Feel And Smell Like

The world’s first space hotel is expected to open in 2027. Check the inside of the planned ‘Voyager Station’

LinkSpace: China’s Next Big Private Sector Project Is Cloning The SpaceX Blueprint

The private space sector in China follows the US blueprint to take on established multi-billion dollar-backed US’ SpaceX and Blue Origin.

$55 Million For A Return Ticket: Destination Space Opens For Tourism In 2022

Axiom Space with the help of SpaceX has lined up the first-ever private space tour mission to the ISS, a year from now.

Who Owns Asteroids? What You Should Know About The Land Rush Exploding In Space

As commercial space industry sprouts, big players tap in to extract quintillion dollar space resources; setting off a Space Race to the celestial.

Humongous Radio Emitting Bubbles at MilkyWay Centre

Yusuf Zadeh dedicates his life in finding humongous Radio emitting filaments at the centre of Milky Way. These structures are so big, our solar system falls way short to even come close to how big this thing is. It is perhaps the vastest structures within our galaxy.

Trillion Dollar Private Space Industry: What Billionaires desire from Investments beyond Earth?

Over USD 350 Billion today and touted at USD 1.5 Trillion by 2040; private space explorations funded by billionaire entrepreneurs is skyrocketing.

Why Chandrayaan-2 is slower to the moon than Apollo 11

The answer is in the build of the Chandrayaan-2 and the fuel capacity it holds. In case you missed it, Apollo-11 was the first and fastest trip to the lunar surface.  Apollo-11 took only four days, 6 hours and 45…

Three people who missed the greatest leap of mankind

Apollo 11’s moon landing was one of the most celebrated events in the history of the US, still, there were few Americans who missed the mankind’s first steps on the surface of the moon.

China’s deorbited Tiangong plummeting back to earth

China’s recently deorbited space station fell in the Pacific Ocean after getting burned in the atmosphere while falling from the Earth’s orbit.