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Jakob Holgersson

Jakob Holgersson

Jakob Holgersson

🎞 The new space race is all about drama - just ask Tom Cruise

The first actress and producer have boarded the International Space Station to record the first feature film shot in space.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ›° Capsule Lucy to investigate Trojan Asteroids

NASA's Lucy asteroid probe is set to begin its 12-year space mission in just a few weeks. The craft will set several records and grant us more knowledge on the creation of the solar system.

Jakob Holgersson

☒ Nuclear-electric rocket could shorten Mars trip to one month

Being in development since the late 1970s, VASIMIR engines allow for unparalleled speed and efficiency, making voyages to Mars much safer.

Jakob Holgersson

🌽 Space tech to give arid countries food surplus

Nanoracks and United Arab Emirates partner up to adapt AgTech originally envisioned for space travel for use in inhospitable regions on earth.

Jakob Holgersson

β›½ "Gas stations" to extend satellite lifespans

OrbitFab is a startup that extends the lifespan of satellites by creating gas stations in space.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ’‰ New method reduces severe malaria in children

A combination of existing treatments administered at the right time drastically reduces the number of children who falls seriously ill or die of malaria.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸš€ Dawn Aerospace aims for multiple space flights per day

An important step towards making space travel a routine occurrence is the ability to frequently use the same craft. Dawn aerospace intends to fly multiple times per day.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ’‰ The EU is investing heavily in faster vaccine development

A research project aims to reduce the development time for vaccines from a decade to roughly a year.

Jakob Holgersson

⚑️ Microwaves transmit power to drones – and potentially rockets

Imagine reducing the weight, cost and complexity of spacecraft quite simply by leaving fuel behind. It sounds astonishing, but it's exactly what researchers in Japan are aiming for.