NASA’s Greatest Space Achievements in 2022

From the Artemis I lunar mission to groundbreaking images from the James Webb Telescope to the remarkable success of the DART mission, 2022 is shaping up to be one of NASA’s best years yet. Here is a non-exhaustive list of all these achievements. Preparations for human lunar exploration One of the most notable missions was … Read more

‘You’re an idiot’: The moment Elon Musk lost his temper

Elon musk lost his temper when asked a delicate question about Twitter’s software engineering on Tuesday evening, before calling his interlocutor a “cretin”, reports the Daily Mail. The platform’s billionaire owner — who recently announced he’s stepping down as CEO — was speaking during a Twitter feed placeHosted by famous hacker George hotzClick for more … Read more

2023 is going to be an exciting year!

From Starship to Ariane 6 and Juice to Psyche, not forgetting Euclid and the first commercial missions to the Moon, 2023 promises to be an exciting year. As early as this year, the European Space Agency decided to launch its own manned flight program. Discover our picks of the major astronaut events that will mark … Read more

Elon Musk has been ditching Tesla since buying Twitter, and it’s starting to show

If Tesla can do without advertising, it is because its brilliant leader, Elon Musk, manages to constantly talk about the brand on social networks. But what happens when he gets distracted by a new project? Unlike historical companies, Tesla stock isn’t really a barometer of the brand’s financial health or business success. Stock prices are … Read more

Internet by satellite: SpaceX’s Starlink gains 750,000 subscribers in nine months

SpaceX said its Starlink satellite Internet service surpassed one million active subscribers just two years after its first limited beta. SpaceX began launching the Starlink satellite in November 2019. Just over three years later, the company has successfully launched more than 3,600 Starlink satellites, of which nearly 3,000 are operational and ready to serve customers. … Read more

Supported by Nike, FedEx and China

by Jean-Baptiste Andre published 21/12/2022 at 11:06 amchanged 21/12/2022 at 3:00 PM (Boursier.com) — A little break before Christmas? Wall Street, which ended four consecutive sessions in the red yesterday, should progress quite clearly at the opening. The context remains the same but investors again seem to be tempted by some risk-taking amid the recent … Read more