The "Space Kingdom of Asgardia" has launched its first satellite

Humanity's first "space nation", Asgardia, is a step closer to getting off the ground after its first satellite was launched last week. While the ultimate goal is for millions of people to live on a constellation of satellites orbiting the Earth, don't bother packing your bags just yet: Asgardia-1 is just a CubeSat carrying 500 GB of pictures and text... Continue Reading The "Space Kingdom of Asgardia" has launched its first satellite Category: Space Tags: CubeSat Cygnus International Space Station Satellite Spaceflight United Nations Related Articles: UN and Sierra Nevada team up to take non-spacefaring nations into orbit UN pushes lower speed limits to combat road toll First expandable habitat installed on ISS UN report says robots threaten two thirds of jobs in developing countries

The "Space Kingdom of Asgardia" has launched its first satellite

Humanity's first "space nation", Asgardia, is a step closer to getting off the ground after its first satellite was launched last week. While the ultimate goal is for millions of people ...

Sun 19 Nov 17 from Gizmag

Space Nation Asgardia Launches Its First Satellite

If you're getting tired of Earth with all its breathable air and gravity, there may soon be a home for you among the stars. The post Space Nation Asgardia Launches Its First Satellite appeared ...

Fri 17 Nov 17 from Extremetech

Asgardia launches first satellite into space

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Daily Mail

Asgardia, First ‘Space Nation,’ Launches to Infinity and Beyond

Welcome to Asgardia, the first ever space nation. An experiment in philosophy, legality, and technology, the space kingdom (a miniature satellite named Asgardia-1) launched Sunday from NASA’s ...

Mon 13 Nov 17 from Geek.com

Virtual nation Asgardia has launched itself into space

Last year, Russian scientist Igor Ashurbeyli announced the formation of Asgardia -- a new virtual nation that will ultimately exist entirely in space. Since its debut, Asgardia has ...

Mon 13 Nov 17 from Engadget

The first 'nation in space' has officially left Earth - CNET

Asgardia, a self-declared nation, is now floating above us, drifting toward the International Space Station... and perhaps destiny.

Sun 12 Nov 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

Launch of 'Space Kingdom' delayed by out-of-bounds plane - CNET

Asgardia-1, the cubesat that makes up all the territory of the online "country" Asgardia, failed to get beyond Earth as planned Saturday.

Sat 11 Nov 17 from CNET

Orbital ATK Aborts Rocket Launch to Space Station Due to Wayward Plane

Orbital ATK aborted the launch of a Cygnus cargo ship bound for the International Space Station early Saturday (Nov. 11) when a wayward aircraft flew inside the restricted airspace around NASA's ...

Sat 11 Nov 17 from SPACE.com

First 'space nation' set to blast off from Earth Saturday - CNET

Asgardia exists mostly online, but soon its first bit of territory will claim its independence ... from the pull of Earth's gravity.

Fri 10 Nov 17 from CNET

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