TS2 SPACE protects critical state infrastructure in the fight against COVID-19

Due to the wide range of satellite telecommunications services provided for entities of strategic importance to Poland, TS2 SPACE has been included in an official list of key entities vital to the operation of critical state infrastructure. The list is maintained by the Government Centre for Security and includes companies that are not part of the critical infrastructure, but are vital to ensuring continuity of its operation. This is of particular importance in supporting activities related to the prevention, counteraction and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and crisis situations…

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New pages of clean energy opened by Coronavirus outbreak

Since a new crisis is on the surge, the energy sector will experience a slowdown in its activities. As a result, many countries are working effortlessly to prevent further spread of the virus to its citizens. Emissions in China dropped by a quarter as the state struggled to combat the current pandemic. Fewer jets and water vessels such as ships will use less fuel. As a result, the consumption of energy in America will fall as everyone embraces self-isolation.  Stagnation should not be a solution offered to climatic changes due…

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Vulnerable orbital satellites a high risk

Space exploration has long been the brainchild of the human race. From time immemorial, humans have a high sense of curiosity. This emergence led to the birth of exploration both on our planet and beyond. Part of the instruments that are utilizable in research is orbital satellites. The massive pieces of technology allow explorers to have a glimpse of the outer regions of space remotely  Yet as tech evolves, the promise of what satellites hold on the store for us is immeasurable. Then orbital satellites could be used not only…

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Virgin Galactic ready to sell the suborbital tickets for the spaceflight

Imagine how it feels traveling to space, a place everyone wishes to pay a visit, myself included.  If you plan to go and see for yourself wonders you always hear, read, or view, here is an excellent opportunity for you. Get a ticket and journey to space with Virgin Galactic. The longer you take to book for space flight, the fewer chances you have. Over 600 people have reserved for themselves space aboard of SpaceShipTwo craft. It can accommodate both clients and cargos on short journeys to suborbital space and…

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Three major inventions to revolutionize energy storage market

  The fuss about batteries is not really about batteries. It concerns something greater than a small battery, which is inducted to a copious larger tale. Batteries act like the internet with no need for Wi-Fi connectivity. The Holy Grail is now the packing of energy. Even though the unendingly larger batteries have sprouted as the possible resolution to our energy packing requirements, their dependency on rare fundamental grounds is limited. Another [point is that they are sourced in a debated way. This proposes that they are a stop along…

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Germany’s recyclable energy overdose

Germany currently produces over 35 percent of its annual electricity usage from solar and wind sources. More than 30,000 turbines of wind have been made, with an entirely installed capacity of about 60 GW. Germany currently has an equivalent of 1.7 million solar energy installations, having an installed capacity of 46 GW. This appears very inspiring. Unluckily, most of the time, the definite electricity amount produced is about a fraction of the capacity installed. Worse on not so good days, it could fall to almost zero. In the year 2016,…

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South Africa Renewable Energy Industry seeks clarity from the government

South Africa Energy Company advocates for specific deadlines for the execution of power purchasing agreements (PPAs) for the start-up of expanded electricity generation. As a response to the energy supply issues of SA, President Cyril Ramaphosa accepted renewable energy funding. During the meeting of his National Address (SONA), the week before, Ramaphosa gave a press conference. A section 34 federal decision must shortly be taken to enforce the 2019 Unified Resource Strategy to improve the incremental grid potential of sustainable energy, electricity, hydroelectric, cell storage, and coal, he stated, to…

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Kenya strategizes satellites revamp

Kenya is scheduled to get new parking spots (orbital slots) for its satellites of telecommunications in a step ahead anticipated to enhance the performance. This comes after the decision in the previous year by the International Telecommunication Union to have 31 countries of Africa select new orbital positions in a bid to replace their existing slots.  On Monday, delegates coming from several countries stared their five-day workshop in the capital city Nairobi when they will receive training in locking down the orbital slots. Esther Koimett, who is the Broadcasting and…

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Off Australia’s Coast of Pilbara, NASA predicts Tropical Cyclone Damien

The low-pressure zone that formed and lasted a couple of days off Australia’s Kimberley coast recently moved west and then created a tropical cyclone, Damien, off the coast of Pilbara. NASA‘s satellite in Terra crossed over the Southern Indian Ocean and sent a clear picture of a new tropical cyclone to weather forecasters.  The Pilbara Peninsula also has an identity as West Australia’s Northwest Coast. On February 6, an image of Damien, visible enough that indicated the storm was more rounded than the day before as it continued to intensify,…

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Sale of EVs in Australia Triples While That of Fuel Cars Falls by Eight Percent

In Australia, sales of electric cars have tripled higher than the previous year but stayed significantly lower than in most developed economies, according to industry statistics. In 2019, 6.718 purely electric and hybrid plug-in cars, up from 2.216 the previous year, were marketed by the Electric Vehicle Commission. During that period, sales of diesel engine vehicles declined by 7.8%. The announcement of the details from the industrial organization’s data follows reports this week that Britain will block new petrol, diesel, and hybrid cars after 2035. The Electric Vehicle Board said that Australia’s…

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