Posted by News Desk on 27 Mar 2023 in Airline News
Reduced-crew operations (RCO) involves flying airliners with less than two pilots on the flight deck. While some proponents argue that RCO could reduce costs, increase efficiency, and address pilot shortages, others contend that RCO would compromise safety, reliability, and public trust.
Posted by News Desk on 23 Mar 2023 in Space News
Relativity Space, a startup that aims to revolutionize the space industry with 3D-printed rockets, suffered a partial setback on Wednesday night when its first orbital launch attempt ended short of achieving all mission goals.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 19 Apr 2021 in Space News
Mars Ingenuity Helicopter Achieves First Flight Success! A team led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have pioneered not only remote operation of a drone helicopter over unprecedented distance, they have also been the first to fly a powered aircraft on another world.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 18 Jun 2020 in Aviation Podcast
SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 flight analysis featuring Guy Norris (Aviation Week) & Jon Ostrower (The Air Current) Aviation Podcast. This episode is all about the SpaceX Crew Dragon Demo-2 mission and race with Boeing to fly American Astronauts first for the first time in nine years from US soil. If you are at all interested in NASA, spaceflight, SpaceX or aviation, you must watch to this episode all the way through.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 11 Sep 2019 in Astronomy, Astronomy For Kids, Space News, Space Videos
NASA’s Hubble Finds Water Vapor on Habitable-Zone Exoplanet for 1st Time Its size and surface gravity are much larger than Earth’s, and its radiation environment may be... Read More
Posted by AeroSpace News on 30 Apr 2019 in Space Videos
This excellent explainer video by Wendover Productions explains in incredible detail what it takes to keep the International Space Station (ISS) supplied with food, crew, experiments and more.