space

Sweeping Up Space Junk (VIDEO)

By clearing out space debris, Astroscale is securing a safe and sustainable future for space development efforts, says CIO Ai Makino.

Zhurong Rover Takes China To Mars

As China’s first rover on Mars, Zhurong is set to probe the Red Planet’s magnetic field and search for subsurface water, making its mark in a new era of space voyages.

China’s Chang’e-5 Journeys To The Moon And Back

Carrying the first moon samples in 44 years, China’s Chang’e-5 probe is now set to return to Earth.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s 2019 Roundup

Just in case you missed them, we bring you some of the top stories on Asian Scientist Magazine in 2019.

7 Must-Read Stories In July 2018

This month’s most-read articles revolved around clinicians and researchers working at the interface of scientific disciplines.

The Business Of Space

Smaller, cheaper, lighter, leaner. Welcome to the ‘NewSpace’ era, where starting a space tech company doesn’t have to be rocket science.

Ready For Liftoff

With technological advances lowering barriers to entry for startups and smaller players, it’s all systems go for Singapore space tech.

The Age Of The Astropreneur Is Here

As space becomes increasingly democratised, even small companies in small countries can get in on the game, says Dr Bidushi Bhattacharya, CEO and co-founder of Singapore-based space tech incubator Astropreneurs HUB.

Space Probe Spots Venus’ Equatorial Winds

A Japanese satellite has collected data on high-velocity winds at Venus’ equator that could help clarify theories about superrotation.

When Space Goes Small

Space tech startups are pushing us a little closer to the final frontier.