Hypersonic travel that could propel people from London to Sydney in just two hours is one step closer to reality, following a successful test. The project, which saw US and Australian military scientists combine resources, is on track to launch in 2018….
CRM - Critical Raw MaterialsCrucibleLegislation and RegulationMinor Metals and ApplicationsSustainability and Resource ManagementThe Crucible: November 2022
Go, Go, Gallium After several false starts, NASA’s Artemis I mission took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on 16 November, the first in a series of complex missions…
By Jack Swindon, RJH Trading Ltd
The potential resources from space mining are limitless. Scientists have already confirmed that water is present on the moon. NASA says that frozen water in the dark recesses of polar craters can be extracted and split into hydrogen, which can be used for rocket fuel as well as conversion into oxygen for breathing…
The European Space Forum will return to Brussels in 2023, and will once again bring together key stakeholders and thought leaders for 2 full days of face-to-face debate. Focussing on…