Tag: satelite


October 13, 2022

Enceladus is Saturn’s sixth largest moon, only one-seventh the diameter of our Moon. Perhaps the mysterious sphere in the solar system where extraterrestrial life is most likely! In 1789, British astronomer William Herschel was the first to discover Enceladus, one of Saturn’s inner moons. This discovery was made with the 47 inch telescope he built….

ISRO successfully launches first launch in 2022 into orbit The PSLV C-52 took off from Sriharikota at 5.59 am.

February 14, 2022

Today’s the first launch since Somnath became chairman. Three payloads are currently in orbit, including the EOS-04 Observatory satellite and two satellites, INSPIREsat-1 and INS-2TD.

Last month, an event similar to the one in the Star Wars movie took place in space

February 13, 2022

Another private satellite has detected and sent images of a Chinese spacecraft stalling, capturing another spacecraft and launching it into the deadly orbit of a spacecraft 300 km away. The Chinese spacecraft SJ21 captured another stationary satellite, the Compass G2, and destroyed its orbit. The incident took place on January 22 Elon Musk fills space…

The world’s smallest artificial satellite. Shri. “Kalamsat” named after Abdul Kalam.

February 12, 2022

Weighing in at just 64 grams, the satellite is 3.8 cm in size with a cube shape. It is made entirely of 3D-printed polycarbonate polymer. It is equipped with a nano geiger Mueller counter that measures radiation in space. It was successfully launched by NASA on June 22, 2017 from the Wallop Place Flight Facility…

Beautiful view of a crater on Mars

February 6, 2022

The crater has an area of ​​1.5 km.The crater is located on the Meridiani Planum, 20 km northwest of the 2004 launch of NASA’s Mars Lander mission Opportunity Mars.This image was taken by HiRISE on a NASA satellite orbiting Mars at an altitude of 160 miles / 257 km.


November 4, 2021

Olympus Mons is the largest known volcano in the Solar System. Its height is 22– 25 km. More than two and a half times our Mount Everest. But beyond the height, the mountain is located over a large area. 3 lakh square kilometers. Scientists disagree that Olympus Mons has been inactive for some time.The image…

A satellite made out of wood⁉️

November 1, 2021

Introducing WISA Woodsat, a 10x10x10 cm ‘CubeSat’ – a type of nanosatellite built up from standardised boxes – but with surface panels made from plywood. Woodsat’s only non-wooden external parts are corner aluminium rails used for its deployment into space plus a metal selfie stick. Next to it will be a straightforward LED with a…

mariner 10

September 20, 2021

Mariner 10 was the first spacecraft to be launched to study Mercury on November 3, 1973Launched by NASA, this robotic spacecraft was the first spacecraft to fly over multiple planets. What is a fly-by or gravity assist? This is a technique used to increase the speed of an exploration vehicle when it is sent into…

Why the satelites do not fall to earth

September 5, 2021

Look at the two pictures given to make this clear. The first is when someone throws a stone. The velocity of the stone is shown as two elements, vertical and horizontal. Since there is no force in the opposite direction to the coastal component, the stone travels away until it falls to the ground. As…

Time lapse of this mornings arrival and capture of the Cygnus Resupply Capsule.

August 25, 2021

At 6:07 a.m. EDT, NASA astronaut Megan McArthur used the International Space Station’s robotic Canadarm2 to grapple the Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft as ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet monitored Cygnus systems during its approach. The spacecraft were flying about 260 miles above the Atlantic Ocean southwest of Lisbon, Portugal, at the time of…