Normal Mode launches ‘lo-fi space travel’ twist on modern jazz – Local Spins

Normal Mode launches ‘lo fi space travel twist on modern jazz

The super-trio with a Tuesday night residency at Listening Room in February was featured by Local Spins on WYCE, which also debuted music by The Accidentals, FINKEL, Luke Winslow-King and more. A Spacey ‘Lo-Fi Beat Aesthetic’: Nathan Coles, Dutcher Snedeker and Ian Thompson of Normal Mode. (Courtesy Photo)   SCROLL DOWN FOR RADIO SHOW PODCAST … Read more

Thomas Pesquet: 1st French astronaut to command the International Space Station

Thomas Pesquet 1st French astronaut to command the International Space

Thomas Pesquet is a European Space Agency astronaut who was the first person from France to command the International Space Station. While Pesquet’s background is in spacecraft design and control, he is also well-known for engagement activities in space such as playing music or performing regular tours of the International Space Station (ISS). He even … Read more

SpaceX delays Dragon cargo ship departure from space station due to splashdown weather. How to watch it Sunday.

SpaceX delays Dragon cargo ship departure from space station due

SpaceX postponed the departure of its latest Dragon cargo ship from the International Space Station on Saturday (Jan. 22) by at least a day due to bad weather at its landing site. You can watch the next undocking attempt live on Sunday, NASA said. The Dragon CRS-24 cargo ship was scheduled to undock from the … Read more

“Fortunately nothing has happened so far”: Internal criticism of the space company Blue Origin

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin ignores sexism, pays little attention to climate protection and, above all, safety concerns are pushed aside. A group of almost exclusively anonymous employees and ex-employees criticized this with harsh words in an open letter. Many of the authors would therefore not fly with the company’s space capsule, … Read more

Science experts warn Australia’s ‘weakest link’ in space is its dependency on foreign satellites | ZDNet

Science experts warn Australias weakest link in space is its

Image: Imaginima/Getty Images A 10-year plan for Australian space science published by the Australian Academy of Science (AAS) has warned about the need for the country to establish its own sovereign satellite capability. Currently, Australia depends on countries in Europe and the United States to access satellite data. “The weakest link we have in terms … Read more

Opinion | It will be a bumper year for big space launches to the Moon, Mars, and asteroids

Opinion It will be a bumper year for big

It will be a bumper year for big space launches to the Moon, Mars, and asteroids, including many staffed flights, but the real shocker is the number of satellites and spaceships being launched by private companies. Never mind Elon Musk’s twelve-thousand-small-satellite Starlink program, which is already becoming a traffic hazard after only 1,892 satellites have … Read more

Series “Up, up to the Moon” (4): Blue Origin – Jeff Bezos space dream – Amazon in space

Series Up up to the Moon 4 Blue Origin

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos presents his lunar module (Rachel Silvermann) The first ignition of Blue Origin’s brand new rocket engine at the NASA space center in Huntsville, Alabama, lasted just 35 seconds. But: “The data is correct and the hardware is in pristine condition,” tweeted Jeff Bezos, richest man in the world and founder of … Read more

Smart cities, self-driving race cars and space travel: Buttigieg wants innovative tech and the government to work together

Smart cities self driving race cars and space travel Buttigieg wants

From electric cars, trucks and boats to autonomous cargo trains and self-driving race cars, the innovative technology showcased at CES this year indicated a growing shift in the way people and goods move. Some of the products unveiled this week could power a future full of smart cities where buses and cars communicate seamlessly to … Read more

Space Business Review: Special Edition – Top Ten Space Business Stories of 2021.

Space Business Review Special Edition Top Ten Space Business

#1 Space SPACs At least thirteen space companies announce or close merger transactions with special purpose acquisition companies in order to become publicly traded, producing a collective valuation of approximately $26b: Arqit, AST SpaceMobile, Astra, BlackSky, Momentus, Planet, Redwire, Rocket Lab, Satellogic, Spire, Terran Orbital, Tomorrow and Virgin Orbit. #2 FSS in Transition An industry … Read more

William Shatner aka Captain Kirk flies into space

William Shatner aka Captain Kirk flies into space

Status: 10/13/2021 7:56 a.m. Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin sends William Shatner into space. He became world famous as Captain Kirk in “Star Trek”. The 90-year-old Canadian will be the oldest person to have ever flown into space. By Ute Spangenberger, SWR There are film roles that actors are identified with for a lifetime. That … Read more

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