According to a report by Space, several other private companies based in the USA are also trying to launch similar rockets. This includes Virgin Galactic. Its suborbital SpaceShipTwo has flown into space during test missions (at least, by the definition of the US military). Virgin Galactic also plans to fly customers and cargo aboard SpaceShipTwo in the coming years. … [Read more...] about China’s reusable spacecraft | How will it change space travel?
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“Many things have to happen,” said Sanjiv Singh, professor at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, who co-founded Near Earth Autonomy, near Pittsburgh, which is also working on an electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft, or eVTOL aircraft. … [Read more...] about Manned flight of Japan’s SkyDrive successful; all you need to know about the flying car
"Together with the airline’s existing services from New Delhi and Mumbai to New York/Newark and New Delhi to San Francisco, United will offer more nonstop services from India than any other U.S carrier," the company said in a statement on September 10. … [Read more...] about United Airlines to connect Delhi-Chicago, Bengaluru-San Francisco with new flights
It’s clear from many of the parallels between past and present that Hua views history as a series of connected dots. He sees signs of 1958’s notorious Great Leap Forward in the contemporary frenzy to construct airports, harbours, highways, and other large-scale public works. In another section, he finds “the revolutionary violence that recalls the Cultural Revolution” within China’s success story. The economic leaps “in which we so revel” rely on the absolute authority of local governments. … [Read more...] about Ten words to understand China
Moneycontrol.com - News! The Dow to Bounce HigherDow finally breached the 20,000 mark on Jan 25, this year as predicted by our article in the last year (The rise and rise of the Dow, written on Dec 20, 2016). The Trump phenomenon which had created the momentum through the months of November and December faded post the inauguration speech and the controversial executive orders which followed. Wall Street was buoyed by better than expected earnings from both the financial sector, the tech industry and specifically for the Dow on Jan 25, the strong gains seen in the Boeing and Caterpillar shares post their earnings announcement. From the start of this week though, Dow has slipped off the highs seen, trading just below around 19700 mark. There are concerns that the recent executive orders by Trump will likely slow the flow the talent into the country and raise geopolitical tensions, which has dented sentiment on Wall Street. Specifically for the pharmaceutical industry and even a lot of … [Read more...] about The Dow to Bounce Higher