Just earlier today, SpaceX has just confirmed the launching of the NROL-76.
Humanity continues to search for the meaning of its existence by finding ways to travel through the stars.
Elon Musk has just announced a historic mission for humanity as it will go back to the Moon by 2018.
The universe that we are living in is a very vast expanse of wonder, nothingness, and mystery. Out of all the hundred billions of star systems inside one galaxy, and more than a hundred billion galaxies in the whole universe, who says life is just confined here on Earth?
The moons of Jupiter have been shrouded in mystery for quite some time now, especially the moon Europa. Some say that extraterrestrial life can exist on that moon. This is thanks to the environment that could sustain life, even at the microbial level.
Extraterrestrial life has baffled humanity for centuries. Now, researchers suggest that our very own atmosphere might host alien life forms.
In the fifth flight of New Shepard, a space capsule by Blue Origin, it has successfully passed its “in-flight escape test”. In the test that was conducted in West Texas on October 5, despite expectations of failure from its owner Jeff Bezos, the rocket touched down successfully.
The Blue Origin is a private spaceflight company. Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com is the owner of The Blue Origin. On October 5, using the New Shepard, the company conducted a critical “in-flight escape test” of its crew.
Ever since the Space Race began, humanity has ushered in a new era of an unrivalled technological breakthrough. But with it comes the risk that goes with the successes that man experienced. On October 4, 1957, the Sputnik I was launched saying to the world that it needs to have regulations for peace to persist in the long run.
It was successful, and international laws were developed to control the technologies that are orbiting the planet. One can see that space law proves to be a successful implementation of balancing the spread of scientific technology.