Phillip Keane


Phillip Keane has a bachelor degree in aerospace engineering from Coventry University, UK, and an MSc in Space Studies from International Space University in France. He loves all things space and science fiction.

Stories by Phillip Keane

China Ramps Up Plans To Put Man On The Moon

How soon will China be able to put a man on the moon? Give them about three years, says our Final Frontiers columnist.

The False Space Vs Survival Dichotomy

Here's why all those naysayers are wrong about India's record-breaking success at launching 104 satellites at one go.

5 Tips For A Career In The Aerospace Industry

Are you a student hoping to work in the aerospace industry? Here are five tips to get your career off to a flying start.

Meet My Drone

Sometimes, you've got to sacrifice for science, but it's all worth it in the end.

Juan Small Step For (A) Man, Juan Giant Leap For Mankind

The Philippines Space Agency will soon be a reality. And on the agenda? Climate monitoring, technology development and spying.

Is Tiangong-1 Going To Fall On My Head?

Watch out: China’s ill-fated prototype station will crash sometime next year, but don’t worry—it will likely fall in an unpopulated area.

ExPace, China’s Very Own SpaceX

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, or so they say. The Chinese have branched out into commercial space with the launch of their ExPace Technology Corporation.

The China Space Friends Club

The US refuses to collaborate with China on space missions, but no matter: the Asian powerhouse has the rest of the world in its corner.

China Builds World’s Largest Something

Just how accurate are the reports, chatter and hype surrounding China’s glittering new Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope?