Tuesday, July 9, 2019

"Big Space News 2019" by Edward Kane

My New Book Live on Kindle and Amazon


Free Borrow on Kindle

I'm so pleased to let you know that my latest book "Big Space News 2019" has just been published as an eBook on Kindle and as a paperback on Amazon.  It's a handy guide to the top breakthroughs, missions, innovations and discoveries so far in 2019 in space.  If you would like to take a look, you can borrow it for free on Kindle.  Here's the link amazon.com/author/ekane .  And below is a synopsis of some of the news stories contained in the book


“Big Space News 2019” by Journalist Edward Kane


In the universe of discovery and innovation, there is no place like Space.  The pace of space news is literally hypersonic.  To provide some order to this universe of new discoveries, technologies, missions and innovations, I’ve written “Big Space News 2019”.  2019 is being called The Year of Space Renaissance.  The news summaries compiled in this book tell you why.


As a journalist, I’ve selected and written reports on top space news developments in 2019, including:


·          - China making history with the first soft landing on the far side of the Moon

·         - Forecasts of top space scientists on human life on the Moon in 2069

·         - Launching of space based global internet

·         - NASA’s search for the origins of life with its Dragonfly Mission to Saturn’s largest moon, Titan

·         - First photos of a massive Black Hole in space

·         - Space X successful launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket

·         - Space X CEO Elon Musk’s plans to colonize Mars, including his Alpha base there

·         - Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Blue Moon lander for trips to the Moon

·        -  Robotic AI Assistants for astronauts deployed on the ISS

·         - Canada’s new Quantum Satellite readies for launch

·        - Latest space planes being rolled out including Dream Chaser for NASA

·         - Virgin Galactic’s space tourism aircraft reaching the outskirts of space

·        - India building a significant space mission portfolio

·        - Britain joins space tourism race with spaceports

·         - Hubble captures images of a planet being vaporized

·         - Cybersecurity needs for space satellites

·         - Russia reaches hypersonic vehicle speeds of Mach 12

·         - NASA discovers parts of DNA, the basis of life, can form in space


There is so much more news that I’ve chronicled in the book.  These journeys, discoveries and innovations are out of this world.

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