Officials from Florida’s space agency talk of a satellite factory called ‘Project Kraken,’ but it is not Project Kuiper

There is a probability of the anonymous space firm to have picked a code name with Seattle connotations during satellite consultations at the Floridian-based plant. However, the firm is still linked to Amazon. Amazon made it clear that its project Kuiper Broadband satellite mega-constellations is not ‘Project Kraken.’ The anonymous firm is still making negotiations […]

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Since the launch of the Long March 4C spy spacecraft, China now has three new spy satellites in space

Late Friday (March 12), China National Space Administration deployed another trio of the satellites into orbit, expanding its network of surveillance satellites monitoring areas near Chinese territories. China’s national space agency, the China National Space Administration (CNSA), coordinates the country’s space operations. Unlike the other space organizations worldwide, it is not a part of the Universal […]

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The UK reduces grants for electric car owners while maintaining funding for gasoline vehicles

Under Chancellor Rishi Sunak, the UK government has slashed electric car grants from £3000 to £2500. The government announced these changes on Thursday,18th March 2021, saying this will allow taxpayers money to help the less able consumers instead of the wealthy buyers of premium electric cars. EV grant eligibility was also lowered from £50,000 to […]

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Foxconn holds meetings with Vietnam-based VinFast Company on electric vehicle corporation

Foxconn, a Taiwan-based industry, is at its first stages of negotiating its partnership with VinFast automaker concerning electric vehicles. Foxconn proposed to start receiving electric vehicle production lines from VinFast. However, VinFast, which is the largest Vingroup JSC division, opts to make a deal to garner a brand of an eco-friendly vehicle manufacturer. The company […]

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The Vega rocket has passed its readiness inspection in preparation for a return to flight

Following a setback, late last year that led to the loss of European observation satellites, the Avio’s small launch vehicle is due to fly again in April. Vega was approved for the forthcoming Vega VV18 flight throughout a March 3 flight preparation study undertaken by Avio, launch collaborator Arianespace, as well as the European Space Agency, […]

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The Biden administration pumping resources towards the migration from emissive transportation technology to electric vehicle technology

The US National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy stated that the Biden administration is in the process of implementing clean energy strategies. One of them is the shift to clean electric vehicles instead of the internal combustion engine cars that are harmful to the environment. Gina explained that the government plans on developing over 500000 electric […]

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