Naviation Satellite Systems overview

There are a lot of satellite navigation systems for Earth. Some are regional others are global. Some are composed by only one satellite and multiple earth-based stations, and other with hundred of satellites. This post will be an overview of the actual satellite systems. Some are in development but all are operational in some degree. … Continue reading Naviation Satellite Systems overview


Present and future crewed spacecrafts

There are a lot type of vehicles that carry humans, bicycles, cars, ships, planes and spacecrafts. In this post I will do a brief description of the present spacecrafts and the future ones that hopefully will carry humans to space and beyond. I will include only spacecrafts capable of at least one orbit and are … Continue reading Present and future crewed spacecrafts

Dragon CRS 10 cargo delivery to the International Space Station

Today, 18 of February of 2017, at 10:01 a.m. EST (local time) the Falcon 9 rocket will launch the 12th Dragon cargo spacecraft, with the name of CRS 10. It will be a live broadcast from NASA TVĀ (8:30 a.m. EST (local time)) and SpaceX. If there is no more delay (the original launch date was … Continue reading Dragon CRS 10 cargo delivery to the International Space Station


When you like space exploration and you want more information, the latest news and meeting new people with similar interests, you are in the need of a SpaceUp unconference. First, what is an unconference? It is a conference for all by all. Everybody can participateĀ and it is recommended to do a five minute presentation, lead … Continue reading SpaceUp