Public space with Sandra Laugier

“Claim for public space”: new words have entered public space: we now commonly speak of “confinement”, “barrier gesture” or “distancing”. The very idea of ​​public space has been transformed: with restrictions on movement and interaction in public; with the reinscription of life (certain lives) in the home (when there is a home) and in the … Read more

Discovery of phosphorus on Enceladus, which therefore has the six key elements of life

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (post ad) Research focused on Enceladus, one of Saturn’s natural satellites, has gradually ranked it among the top candidates to potentially harbor life, its surface and its ice ocean containing key elements. However, the final piece of the puzzle – phosphorus – was not directly detected … Read more

NASA will try to redirect an asteroid’s orbit with a kamikaze ship

Published on: 23/09/2022 – 09:40Changed: 23/09/2022 – 09:44 NASA will attempt to do what science fiction has long imagined: redirect an asteroid’s orbit for the first time by crashing a ship onto its surface. A test of “planetary defense” that would allow humanity to be better protected against a possible future threat. The test is … Read more

In Paris, the directors of the space agency describe the state of space today

Sunday 18 September at 73e The International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Paris, this high mass of the civil space sector begins as usual with an exchange of visions between the space agencies of the major powers. This year, however, we note the absence of Russia and China. On the programme: The moon and sustainability. It … Read more

When China organizes a new space for vassalage

The summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) held in Samarkand (Uzbekistan) on September 15 and 16 left its mark for at least three main reasons: First, because each international summit brings together more than twenty states representing more than 40% of world population is a remarkable event; then, because the CSO is increasingly taking … Read more