Human beings are driven by curiosity. All inventions and discoveries made by our kind have rooted from this emotion. How has the science of Artificial Intelligence fired the passion for space exploration and what developments can we expect? Read on to find out:
Aerospace engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. It has two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.
The physics behind an aeroplane that is stationary, moving, taking off and remains flying is been explained using the forces acting on it during the process by Dr Srikrishnan, Dept of Aerospace Engineering at Amrita.
For more than 50 years, the Arecibo was the world's largest single-aperture telescope. But damages suffered through Hurricane Maria, earthquakes in 2019 and 2020 has threatened the structural integrity of the suspended platform. Now, NSF says it would decommission and dismantle the telescope
The "EmDrive" claims to make the impossible possible: a method of pushing spacecraft around without the need for — well, pushing. No propulsion. No exhaust. Just plug it in, fire it up and you can cruise to the destination of your dreams. Or maybe not. Yet
For years, travelling and living in space have been a science fiction trope. But now we may finally be able to see commercial space travel become a viable option. Government agencies and private companies across the world are spending billions in research and design for space tourism projects.
Most of the time, people confuse aerospace engineer with aeronautical engineer. But they are different. Aerospace engineers focus on the engineering part of things that can go into space.
Aeronautical engineers work with the theory, technology and practice of flight within the Earth's atmosphere. Aerospace engineering on the other hand have their engineering expertise expanded to outer space as well.