ESA’s proposed e.Deorbit mission, shown left, using a robotic arm to catch a derelict satellite – the baseline capture method for what would be the world’s first active space debris removal mission, in 2024.
On January 4th, Korea Certified Welfare Consultant Association (KCWCA) presented its “e-welfare 4.0”at the Yeoksam Cultural Center in Gangnam-gu, Seoul to raise the welfare benefits of SME employees to the level of a large company.
Samsung Electronics announced the latest Galaxy A series, including the 5.7-inch A7, 5.2-inch A5 and 4.7-inch A3 smartphones, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience.
The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MISP) under the leadership of Choi Yang-hee has announced plans to create a data exchange called a “data free zone,”in which people can buy and sell data, much like s
According to the Federal Trade Commission on December 12, the marketers of a mobile app designed to measure blood pressure have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they deceived consumers with claims that their Instant Blood Pressure (IBP) app was as accurate as a traditional blood pressure cuff.
XMM-Newton is one of Europe’s longest-flying and most productive orbiting observatories, investigating the hot X-ray Universe. Thanks to teamwork and technical innovation, it’s on track to keep flying for a long time yet.
ESA released In November 2016, The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has imaged the martian moon Phobos as part of a second set of test science measurements made since it arrived at the Red Planet on 19 October.
The southern part of Swizerland is dominated by the Alps, some of which are snow-capped. One of the more obvious features in the lower central part of the image is the curved x-shape of the Aletsch Glacier, the largest in the Alps. Owing to climate change, the glaciers in this region are showing long-term retreat.
ESA released on 29 the Muscle Atrophy Research and Exercise System, or Mares for short, is a three-in-one muscle-measurement machine on the International Space Station to monitor astronauts’ muscles as they work out.
ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet arrived at the International Space Station last Saturday with Soyuz spacecraft commander Oleg Novitsky and NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson. This picture is the first he posted on social media, with the comment: “The International Space
19 November 2016-- According to European Space Agency(ESA) reports, ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet, NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson and Roscosmos commander Oleg Novitsky docked with the International Space Station today after a two-day flight in their Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft.
“We have to move from vertical regulation to collaborative regulation,” said Brahima Sanou, the Director of ITU’s Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT), during opening remarks that set the tone for the Symposium.