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Vincent Roose

Vincent Roose

Vincent Roose

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: In space we have all the minerals we need

The Earth's resources are limited. But not far away from our planet, there is an abundance. Asteroid mining is becoming increasingly feasible – in this article, you get an Edge on what lies ahead.

Vincent Roose

πŸš€ Space belongs to you too

The idea of space belonging to all humans is stronger than ever before.

Vincent Roose

πŸŒ“ Base circling around the Moon first step to Mars and beyond

50 years after humanity’s first steps on the lunar surface, NASA endeavors to repeat its prowess, this time with a long-term project in mind.

Vincent Roose

πŸ›° Water Vapour discovered on Jupiter's Moon thanks to Hubble

The Hubble space telescope is one of many space research programs that has a far longer lifespan than expected. 30 years after deployment it has now done yet another discovery.

Vincent Roose

🌟 5 ways ISS has helped push science forward

Every space amateur enjoys watching the International Space Station (ISS) in the sky. But its main function goes way beyond its aesthetics. ISS hosts foremost a wonderful laboratory. Thanks to its unique location, astronauts can perform ground-breaking experiments.