The James Webb Telescope

Its likely, though unsure that the first ever telescope was created in the Netherlands in 1608, by the makers Hans Lippershey and Zacharias Jannesn. However the first ever real evidence came a year later when Galilieo heard about the invention and designed his own. While using it, he was able to make out mountains on […]

Interstellar Visitors

Most have heard of, and perhaps have even seen an extrestial object – or what’s commonly known as UFOs or an unidentifiable flying object. Some believe them to be long stories, others say there are experiments run by area 51, or maybe its just a western hoax. But the question still remains unanswered even by  […]

Sustainable energy for aviation: What are our options?

Traditional aircrafts use refined kerosene as a fuel source which at today’s oil prices cost is around $5 per gallon. A Boeing 747 holds 63,346 gallons of fuel, which comes out to be an astonishing (close to) $300,000 . Hence more efficient and cheaper fuels are significantly important for aircrafts companies as their main goal […]

Paving the Moon

As humanity sets its sights on expanding its presence in the solar system, the Moon emerges as a pivotal destination for exploration. However, the low lunar gravity poses a unique challenge – the generation of suspended dust during lunar rover movements, which can adversely affect exploration vehicle systems. This research paper delves into a novel […]

In-Space Manufacturing

Expanding Humanity’s Reach Through In-Space Manufacturing and Lunar Resource Utilization the ambitious endeavour of expanding human presence beyond Earth, particularly through long-term space missions, has been a longstanding dream of scientists and explorers alike. To bring these aspirations to fruition, leveraging in-space manufacturing (ISM) and in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) technologies is not merely an option […]

The 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene: A review

The 33 Strategies of War is a book by Robert Greene that dives into the art of strategy and how it can be applied in various aspects of life. Throughout the book, Greene uses historical examples and real-life anecdotes to illustrate 33 different strategies. These strategies cover a wide range of topics, from dealing with […]

Homes Beyond Earth: Housing on the Moon

With NASA’s newest mission revolving around constructing housing systems on the moon, the limits of space expansion are falling quickly. According to NASA, by 2040, Americans will have their own subdivision in space, suitable for not only astronauts but civilians as well. Through innovative technology involving 3D printing and specialized materials formed from the moon […]

A Brief Journey Through the History of Aerospace

The story of aerospace, a tale about humanities neverending dreams to fly like the birds and zip through the sky.  Early Dreams of Flight While we used to gaze at the sky, up at the birds. The very first real significant aspiration to fly like them, began with Leonardo da Vinci sketches of flying machines. […]

Supersonic Travel

The concorde was the first ever supersonic commercial plane, making its debut in 1976 and travelling 2 times the speed of sound. It could take you from London to New York in less than 3 hours, whereas now it’s almost 8. So what happened to these impressive speeds? And will we ever experience it again? […]

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