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Here is a table of the contents of our newsletter:

 Issue 1 - Welcome onboard

  • Welcome onboard, the beginning of the journey

  • James Webb Space Telescope. Discover this beautiful spacecraft and its innovative features

  • Human physiology. How does the human body change to bear with Space Life?

  • «You know what makes this bird go up? FUNDING makes this bird go up! - He's right: no bucks, no buck rogers!» The European Space Agency's - ESA -  budget for 2022 [ Quote by Gordon Cooper (Dennis Quaid) and Gus (Virgil) Grissom (Fred Ward) in The Right Stuff (1983)]

 Issue 2 - First image from Webb, but it’s blurred

  • We are leaving the atmosphere. The journey keeps going!

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - NEW section with squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • James Webb Space Telescope. Calibration is started and working, updates from the spacecraft.

  • ESA Vigil Mission..Earth’s Defence against the unpredictable phenomena of Sun.

 Issue 3 - Canadarm 3 and Lunar Gateway

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - NEW section with squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • James Webb Space Telescope. Alignment is on final: another milestone has been reached.

  • Moon Cave Explorer. What scientists and engineers are designing at ESA right now.

  • CANADARM 3. One of Canada's contribution in Moon exploration.

 Issue 4 - Solar Dynamics & Space Debris

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - NEW section with squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Solar dynamics, fresh insights. Discovery of high frequency waves: new light from the Sun.

  • Space Missions: Phases. What are the phases of a typical Space Mission?

  • Space Debris. How and why they are already an hazard.

 Issue 5 - What's happening?

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - NEW section with squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • What’s going on at SpaceInfo? Why you haven’t heard about us and the plans for the future.

 Issue 6 - Solar System

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - NEW section with squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Solar System. A first introduction to our home.

  • Artemis I. Cryogenic Demonstration Test: OK. Performed a few hours ago, the test was successful and allows to continue the campaign towards the first human mission.

  • Has a new Space-Race era just started? Can the 20s of the New Millenium be the beginning of a new Space Race era?

 Issue 7 - NASA’s DART MISSION
Special Issue
  • DART mission crashed. And this is good.
    The mission was a first-of-its-kind and was a success, with the target hit as planned.

 Issue 8 - Planet Mercury

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - Squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Solar System. Planet Mercury, with amazing high-quality images.

  • NASA's Space Launch System role in the Artemis I mission.

  • The race to get control on the Earth-Moon Space and why it is so important.

 Issue 9 - Planet Venus

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - Squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Solar System. Planet Venus, the mystery below the clouds.

  • The Art and Science of the Universe, our first BOOK in collaboration with Arc Fortnight.

  • Space Benefits, Space research and why we need it, today about healthcare

 Issue 10 - Planet Earth

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - Squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Space Economy. Rockets need energy to escape gravity, and one of them is money

  • Virgin Galactic. A case study.

  • Earth. Our Home.

  • Emission Nebula in Cygnus. Sh2-106 is an emission nebula and a star formation region in the constellation Cygnus.

  • Special Designs. We have recently begun to make Special Designs.
    Maybe you wanted to know…

 Issue 11 - The Moon

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - Squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • The Mysterious Chinese Space Shuttle. Is this unmanned Chinese spaceplane a threat for all?

  • SpaceX Starship: 31 fires. Static fire of 31 rocket engines together was a success!

  • The Moon. Our nearest neighbor in Space.

  • NGC 604. Let’s look inside the Triangulum Galaxy.

  • Special Designs. We have recently begun to make Special Designs.
    Maybe you wanted to know…

 Issue 12 - Planet Mars

  • Fast News - Content at rocket speed - Squeezed and selected content to give you a general look on what is happening in about ten or twenty news.

  • Mars, a Red dot in the Sky, our target for the Future

  • The International Space Station, Humanity’s most advanced outpost, so far

  • Space Suits, an important renewal of astronauts’ mobile homes

  • Banana Nebula, this month astronomy picture from the book The Art and Science of the Universe

  • Special Designs. We have recently begun to make Special Designs.
    Maybe you wanted to know…

 Issue 13 - Planet Jupiter

  • Astronaut Meganne Christian: SpaceInfo Club asked her some questions

  • Jupiter: the Giant of our Solar System

  • Monkey Head Nebula, this month astronomy picture from the book The Art and Science of the Universe

  • ESA's JUICE: a recap.

 Issue 14 - Planet Saturn

  • New Worlds with the James Webb Space Telescope. An article by NASA's scientist Giuseppe Cataldo.

  • Saturn: Solar System's gem on rings.

  • BlueOrigin among the selected to bring humans back on the Moon.

  • Inside the Dorado Constellation: NGC1929, this month astronomy picture
    from the book The Art and Science of the Universe

  • Hakuto-R Mission: was it actually a failure?

 Issue 15 - Planet Uranus

 Issue 16 - Planet Neptune

  •  Oksana Korda. The Art in Astronomy

  • Neptune: the Enigmatic Giant

  • To NASA's Artemis II. Preparing for a Manned Lunar Landing

  • Spaceflight. A brief history

  • Pismis 24-1. The brightest star of the open cluster Pismis 

  •  Nicola Winter. Pointing to the Stars

  • Pluto: a Planetary Controversy

  • Sharpless 119

  • Wernher von Braun, latest episode of the Space Fellows Series

  • and more!

  • IRIDE Space Program

  • Astronomy, the H-R Diagram

  • War and Peace Nebula

  • Apollo 13. Triumph over adversity

  • and more!

  • The age of Man in Space, by Sascha Wenzel

  • Microgravity and human physiology

  • NordVPN - Special Promotion

  • Nuclear Propulsion, recent developments and contracts

  • and more!

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40 years on the edge of Space

Safety always comes first!

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