I was laying flat on my back on the living room sofa, surfing TV-channels. Two guys appeared on screen, replacing … Continue reading A journey I’ve never made (yet)
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The first answer coming to mind is simply “Why not?”. But – There’s a lot more to it. First of … Continue reading Why bring space into the classroom?
The Mars Pathfinder robotic Rover, Sojourner, was the first vehicle landed to explore another planet. That happened July 4th, 1997. Until … Continue reading How about visiting another world
A satellite in Low Eart Orbit, LEO, can cover just one certain area of the Earth’s surface at a time. The … Continue reading ‘SpaceDataHighway’ – Why and How?
Most of our satellites orbit the Earth – either in Low Earth Orbit, LEO, Medium Earth Orbit, or in Geostationary … Continue reading Satellites in extraordinary orbits
Friday, November 13th, at a conference, Professor Hannu Koskinen, gave a speech about space as an almost infinite source of … Continue reading Prepare for surprises