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Chinese rover to land on the Moon next year

Chang'e 2According to a recent news release, China plans to land its first unmanned probe on the Moon in the second half of 2013. Chang'e 3, named after the Chinese goddes of the Moon, will contain a lander and a rover unit, and is planned to accomplish China's first soft landing on Earth's companion. The previous two probes in this series completed their tasks successfully in lunar orbit, paving the way for future missions.

Last Updated (Thursday, 16 August 2012 06:42)

 

Three Hungarian teams entered the MoonBots competition

BREAKING NEWS: HungaroBots made it, they have been selected for Phase II! Congratulations!

Registration for the 2012 MoonBots competition is now closed: 147 teams entered from 22 countries, and three Hungarian teams are among them! Two of the teams is affiliated with Puli Space: HungaroBots, from Sopron, is mentored by us, and Hungarian Mooncraft Makers from Kecskemét has connections to us too. The third team is Martians – the new generation from Szentendre.

 

Last Updated (Thursday, 02 August 2012 08:18)

 

Puli, Masat and the prospects of commercial spaceflight

Our team participated in a very successful panel discussion about the future of commercial spaceflight, organised by the Common Sense Society. The three panelists – Dr. Tibor Pacher, founder and team leader of Puli Space, László Molnár, author of the Cydonia blog and Puli team member and Dr. András Gschwindt from the Masat project – shared their respective views about this wide topic.

Last Updated (Monday, 09 July 2012 16:40)

 

Panel discussion on Wednesday: Outer Space: The New Frontier for Private Enterprises

Will private companies take over or at least grow up to the large government-funded space programs? The history of maritime, railway and aerial transport tells us that once the new ground had been broken, private enterprises sooner or later became more efficient than the pioneering efforts of government sponsored programs. But will that apply for space travel as well, or are space and other planets too alien and to go there will always require too much investment from small and/or profit-seeking companies? And will the Puli ever bark on the Moon? The Common Sense Society invites everybody for a panel discussion and Q&A session about these topics to the Ybl Palace at Budapest, at 7 pm on June 27th. The event will be held in English. You can find the full invitation below.

Last Updated (Monday, 25 June 2012 08:24)

 

Masat-1 spies the Moon

Hungary's first satellite, Masat-1 is still going strong and indulges us with lovely pictures from space. It captured images of the southern hemisphere of the Earth, the Sun and our target, the Moon. It may not be the prettiest picture of our companion, but it is nonetheless made from space, with a camera that is smaller than a fingernail and weighs as much as two euro coins – and Hungarian.

Last Updated (Saturday, 16 June 2012 15:18)

 
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