The nuclear-powered freighter “Sevmorput” off Angola will not be able to fulfil its transport order to supply modules for the new polar station “Vostok”.
The research satellite “Sentinel-6” is intended to observe the oceans of the earth and accurately map and document the impacts of climate change.
The arrival of the “Sevmorput” was planned for the beginning of November at the Antarctic “Progress” station. But for the past three weeks, the ship has been sailing zig-zag courses off Angola.
This year, the US icebreaker “Polar Star” will cancel all supply trips to the American McMurdo station in Antarctica.
To count penguins in their colonies more efficiently from a bird’s view, researchers have developed a method for controlling multiple drones autonomouosly.
Swedish Space Corporation, the first location north of the Arctic Circle, is suitable for launching satellites into orbit.