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    • Definition of Space Technology  The systematic application of engineering and scientific disciplines to the exploration and utilization of outer space. Space technology developed so that spacecraft and humans could function in this environment that is so different from the Earth's surface.
    • FATHER OF SPACE TECHNOLOGY  Qian Xuesen (simplified Chinese: 钱学森 ; traditional Chinese: 錢學 森 ; pinyin: Qián Xuésēn; Wade–Giles: Ch'ien Hsüeh-sên) (11 December 1911 – 31 October 2009) was a scientist who made important contributions to the missile and space programs of both the United States and People's Republic of China. The name he used while in the United States was Hsue-Shen Tsien or H.S. Tsien.
    • CAREER OF QIAN XUESEN   In 1943, Qian and two others in the Caltech rocketry group drafted the first document to use the name Jet Propulsion Laboratory; it was a proposal to the Army for developing missiles in response to Germany's V-2 rocket. This led to the Private A, which flew in 1944, and later the Corporal, the WAC Corporal, and other designs. After World War II he served under von Kármán as a consultant to the United States Army Air Forces, and commissioned with the assimilated rank of colonel. Von Kármán and Tsien both were sent by the Army to Germany to investigate the progress of wartime aerodynamics research. Qian investigated research facilities and interviewed German scientists including Wernher von Braun and Rudolph Hermann
    • Types of Rockets In The World             tiny models such as balloon rockets, water rockets, skyrockets or small solid rockets that can be purchased at a hobby store missiles space rockets such as the enormous Saturn V used for the Apollo program rocket cars rocket bike rocket-powered aircraft (including rocket assisted takeoff of conventional aircraft- JATO) rocket sleds rocket trains rocket torpedos[75][76] rocket-powered jet packs[77] rapid escape systems such as ejection seats and launch escape systems space probes
    • Types of Satellites In The World          Astronomy satellites - Hubble Space Telescope Atmospheric Studies satellites - Polar Communications satellites - Anik E Navigation satellites – Navstar Reconaissance satellites - Kennan, Big Bird, Lacrosse Remote Sensing satellites - Radarsat Search and Rescue satellites - Cospas-Sarsat Space Exploration satellites - Galileo Weather satellites - Meteo
    • 10 Recent Advancements of the World   1. NASA's Z1 Spacesuit NASA's spacesuit has looked much the same over the years, but all of that is about to change. In 2012, scientists and engineers at NASA's Johnson Space Center completed a prototype of the new Z-1 spacesuit , which was named one of the year's best inventions by TIME Magazine.
    • SpaceX's Grasshopper  On May 25, SpaceX became the first private company to dock a spacecraft at the International Space Station with its Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft . On December 17, the company delivered its encore with a successful test of its Grasshopper reusable rocket ,
    • Orbital Sciences' Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) Demo Flight  While SpaceX currently holds the distinction of being the only private space company to launch a vehicle into low-Earth orbit, the possibility exists that it will not hold this title for much longer.
    • Asteroid Mining  As the exhaustion point of Earth's natural resources grows imminent, NASA scientists have suggested that elements such as platinum and cobalt may be mined from asteroids to satisfy our current demand.
    • KickSat's Launch  In 1999, Stanford University and California Polytechnic State University (Cal Po : A miniaturized satellite that has a volume of exactly 1 liter and has a mass of no more than 1.33 kg (2.93 pounds). The concept garnered widespread interest in academic circles due to its relatively low launch cost.
    • Space Tourism and Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo  Space Adventures, Ltd., has arguably been the most prolific global supplier of civilian space tourism, having sent clients such as Mark Shuttleworth and Anousheh Ansari up to the International Space Station for the reported price of $20 million per person.
    • Spaceport Colorado  With the rise of the commercial space industry, the United States will soon look to increase its launch sites past Cape Canaveral, Fla. and Spaceport America, New Mexico. First in line to claim this role is Colorado's Front Range Airport, located just east of Denver ,
    • NASA's MAVEN Probe  While NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, a.k.a. Curiosity rover, has taken front stage in recent months, a project that remains in development is the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) probe , an unmanned spacecraft that will be used to sample Mars' environment.
    • Russia's Angara rocket  This list would not be complete without some acknowledgement of non-U.S. space developments ... and so the first nod goes to Russia for its Angara rocket, scheduled for launch from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in 2013
    • China's Tiangong-2 Space Station  The Tiangong-2 is a planned Chinese space laboratory expected to succeed China's current Tiangong-1 prototype module , which was launched in September 2011. The China National Space Agency has planned the new station's launch for 2013.
    • NASA PROGRAMME IN THE SPACE Formed July 29, 1958; 55 years ago Preceding Agency NACA (1915–1958)[2] Jurisdiction United States government Headquarters 38°52′59″N 77°0′59″W Employees 18,100+[3] Annual budget US$17.8 billion (FY 2012)[4] See also NASA Budget Agency executive Charles Bolden, administrator Website NASA.gov The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is the agency of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.
    • Top 10 Countries in Space Technology            United states of America Russia (Soviet Union) China France India Israel United Kingdom. Japan South Korea Iran Israel
    • ADVANTAGES OF SPACE TECHNOLOGY :  Space Technology brings lots of benefits to our modern world. Since the era of the space age, space technology has brought more benefits to the mankind then any other technological advancement in the world. In fact, no other technology or scientific breakthroughs has brought more benefits to our everyday lives then the space technology which has benefited our world.
    • DISADVANTAGES OF SPACE TECHNOLOGY  Very expensive. Space technology is extremely expensive to research, design, build, test and launch. - Kinetic Bombardment. Space technology can be used asa weapon. Because of the speed of which objects fall from space to Earth, anordinary missile fired from a space station for example will cause more damage
    • Recently to traveled to space  Jan 5, 2014 - Sunita Williams (First Indian woman who went on a space journey few months back) Sunita Williams (born September 19, 1965) is a United States Naval officer and a NASA astronaut. She was assigned to the International Space Station as a member of Expedition 14 and then joined Expedition 15. She holds the record of the longest spaceflight (195 days) for female space travelers.
    • The first Indian to fly into space, Rakesh Sharma was born on 13 January 1949 in Patiala, Punjab to Hindu Gaur parents. During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, Sharma flew missions in his MiG aircraft with considerable success. He was a squadron leader with the Indian Air Force when he flew into space in 1984 as part of a joint programme between the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Soviet Intercosmos space program.
    • CONCLUSION OF SPACE TECHNOLOGY  Space technology is very useful please develop space technology but do not misuse this technology