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Orbex Secures £16.7M Investment to Accelerate Development of Sustainable Orbital Launch Vehicle

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UK-based spaceflight company Orbex has secured £16.7 million in funding from six significant investors, bringing the total funds raised to £102 million. The investment will support the development of Orbex's Prime, a 19-metre-long, two-stage rocket designed to transport small satellites into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) while prioritizing sustainability...

Red Bull and AVL Partner to Develop Lightweight, High-Power Density Fuel Cells for Automotive, Motorsport, and Aviation Applications

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In a potentially significant development for sustainable hydrogen-powered propulsion systems, Red Bull Advanced Technologies (RBAT) and AVL have announced a collaboration to create the next generation of ultra-high-power density fuel cell technology. The partnership aims to develop lightweight solutions that are expected to be two-thirds lighter than conventional...

Breakthrough Stellarator Fusion Reactor Built with Off-the-Shelf Magnets at Princeton Lab

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Scientists at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have achieved a significant milestone in the quest for fusion energy. By constructing a stellarator device called MUSE using permanent magnets and 3D-printed parts, they have demonstrated a potentially cost-effective and simplified approach to building future fusion reactors. What is...

Artemis III Mission Profile: SpaceX Starship to Enable Historic 2026 Lunar Landing

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The Artemis program, NASA's ambitious initiative to return humans to the Moon, will achieve a significant milestone with the Artemis III mission in 2026. This historic mission will mark the first crewed lunar landing since the Apollo era, over five decades ago. Artemis III aims to put boots...

Digital Telescope Project Secures £3M Grant for Advanced Sky Monitoring

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The University of Warwick has been awarded a £3 million grant from the European Research Council to develop a groundbreaking digital telescope. The project, led by Professor Don Pollacco, aims to revolutionize astronomical observations by enabling continuous, high-sensitivity night sky monitoring. The digital telescope, a departure from conventional...

AirCar: Slovak Flying Car Technology Takes Off in China

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In a significant development for the future of personal transportation, the Slovakian company Klein Vision has sold the exclusive rights to manufacture and use its groundbreaking AirCar technology within a specific region of China. Hebei Jianxin Flying Car Technology Company, headquartered in Cangzhou, has acquired the license to...


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