#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong #香港| #香港太空館 #HongKongSpaceMuseum #September2022 |#HKSpMActivity The #NameExoWorlds #Exoplanets 2022 Global Naming Competition – Announcement…..

Located in the Heart of Hong Kong central of Victoria Harbour in which locate looking at the iconic Megatroplis HongKong Island city landscape from the opposite is the Hong Kong Space Museum  香港太空館 in which located at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China –People’s Republic of China..  in which is one of the most international iconic buildings architecturally due to its hemispheric round dome in which is iconic known as one of Hong Kong’s local most cherish bread pastries the Pineapple Bun – Bolo Bao due to the pineapple ceramic texturing tiles of the dome structure that resembles the delicious texturing of the Pineapple Bun .. In which on In June 2014, the Hong Kong Government listed the pineapple bun as a part of Hong Kong’s intangible cultural heritage. … Despite the name, it does not traditionally contain pineapple; rather, the name refers to the look of the characteristic topping (which resembles the texture of a pineapple)……

On 25th September 2022 on 1500 towards 1600 Hong Kong SAR – Beijing Time, Sunday competition, naming and submission of proposal, and the 20 selected Exoplanetary systems…..When we look up in the sky, countless stars can be found shining in every corner. In the past, we only knew about the planets in our own solar system. Today, thanks to technology, the existence of extrasolar planets is well-proved. Now, we have the opportunity to name these exoworlds! The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has released 20 Exoplanetary systems to be named by the public around the world under its naming competition – NameExoWorlds 2022. In the 2019’s competition, a star system was named as Lionrock (host star HD 212771) and Victoria peak (exoplanet HD 212771b) by residents Hong Kong SAR –China, People’s Republic of China people.

To know more about the details of the competition, naming and submission of proposal, and the 20 selected Exoplanetary systems, you are welcome to join the “The NameExoWorlds 2022 Global Naming Competition – Announcement” in the Hong Kong Space Museum at the following time. The announcement will be held online in real-time too.

 For details, please visit the Hong Kong Space Museum site

Date: 25.9.2022 (Sunday)

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Venue: Hong Kong Space Museum Lecture Hall

Format: Public and simultaneous on-line lecture

Language: CantoneseImages and visuals are from the Hong Kong Space Museum –香港太空館 Hong Kong Space Museum –- 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR- China- People’s Republic of China …..

#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 |#BeltAndRoadinitiative #July2022 | #CMS #ChinaMannedSpace the newest detach- attachable #ChinaSpaceTelescope #SpaceTelescope of the #ChinaSpaceStation #Tiangong #SpaceStation Featuring the #SkySurveyOpticalModule #RemoteSensing #Satellite also helping to find #Exoplanets …

Currently中国空间站 Previously On 18th July 2022, the Belt and Road Initiative CNSA –China National Space Administration  Tiangong Space Station  CSS China Space Station in which on a six months setting up a new home of the first three Shenzhou 14 in which now readying for the newest module to be installed is the Wentian Experimental Module launching from a Chang Zheng – Long March 5B-Y3 Carrier Rocket at Wenchang Space Craft launch Center –Hainan Province – China – People’s Republic of China.. 

Currently one of the latest installations towards the Tiangong China Space Station –   the latest is the Sky Survey Space Telescope stands up to 3 stories high……. China’s Sky Survey Space Telescope is in the initial stage of development. The telescope will be launched after the completion of the China Space Station. It is expected to be put into scientific operation around 2024 and will become a flagship space astronomy facility for exploring the sea of ​​stars. It is about the size of a bus and stands 3 stories high, just like a mobile space observatory, which will fly independently with the space station in co-orbit….

The latest news of the Sky Survey Space Telescope, which is in the preliminary development stage……With the construction of the Chinese space station, the development of the Sky Survey Space Telescope for co-orbit flight with it is also progressing in an orderly manner. The reporter learned from the Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences that at present, new progress has been made in the development of the first prototype of the sky survey optical facility. The telescope is expected to be launched after the completion of the Chinese space station, and will become a flagship space astronomy facility for exploring the sea of ​​stars.

As the optical module of the Chinese space station, the Sky Survey Space Telescope will be equipped with an optical system with a diameter of 2 meters and a series of state-of-the-art detectors. The size of the telescope is equivalent to a bus, standing three stories high and weighing more than ten tons.

On the Sky Survey Space Telescope, the first-generation instrument contains a total of 5 observation equipment, including a sky survey module, a terahertz module, a multi-channel imager, an integral field of view spectrometer, and an exoplanet imaging coronagraph. Among them, the most important observation time is the sky survey module, which is a camera with an extremely wide field of view.

Xu Shuyan, researcher at the Changchun Institute of Optics and Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, chief designer of the sky survey optical facility: We are currently in the initial prototype development stage. At present, all subsystems, components and units of the identified product have been basically developed and are ready for integration testing and testing. After the completion of these tasks , we will move to the prototype development stage, carry out the development of flying parts, carry out joint tests with the integration of the sky survey platform, carry out the launch site test, and then launch at the right time.

Zhan Hu, researcher of the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, responsible scientist of the Sky Survey Optical Facility: It co-orbits away from the space station during normal observation. They are in the same orbital plane. When it needs to be replenished or repaired and upgraded, the Sky Survey Space Telescope will actively dock with the space station , and then resupply, or through the operation of the astronauts, the rear-end instruments and some components of the front main optical system can be replaced and upgraded, or some of them can be transported to the experimental cabin for maintenance.
According to China’s manned spaceflight project plan, the Sky Survey Space Telescope is expected to be put into scientific operation around 2024. The planned mission life is 10 years, and the life can be continuously extended through maintenance.

China’s Sky Survey Space Telescope  The Sky Survey Space Telescope will operate in a low-Earth orbit at a height of about 400 kilometers, with a primary mirror diameter of 2 meters. Xu Shuyan, a researcher at the Changchun Institute of Optics and Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the chief designer of the survey optics facility: The characteristics of this space survey telescope are that it can see deeply, see widely, and see finely. On the basis of the same depth and precision, it is more than 300 times wider than the Hubble telescope. Under the same conditions, Hubble can see 1 star, and our space survey telescope can see 300 stars.
According to reports, the detectors of the Hubble Telescope Camera are the size of a palm, while the main focal plane of the China Space Station Telescope Sky Survey Module is made up of 30 detectors, each of which is larger than the Hubble detector. Among them, 18 detectors are equipped with different filters, which can obtain color images of cosmic objects in different wavelength bands; the other 12 detectors are used for seamless spectral observation, and on average, at least thousands of celestial objects can be obtained per exposure. Spectral…

The Sky Survey Space Telescope (CSST) is expected to launch no earlier than the end of 2024, and is likely to be delayed until 2025.

Figure 1: CSST Optical Facilities Structure HD Rendering v1.1
Figure 2: Schematic diagram of CSST main optical system
Figure 4: Schematic diagram of CSST in Chang 5 B fairing
Figure 6: The overall structural model of the CSST sky survey module

Images and visuals are from their respectives.

#Arianespace #Airbus #ESA #JAXA | flight #VA245 – Launching the #Ariane5 #CarrierRocket for the #BepiColombo the mission to study the #Planet #Mercury ….. Returning the message to #TheMessenger…….


On 20th October 2018 Saturday, from the Airbus Arianespace launch complex, launching from French Spaceport GSC – Guiana Space Center, Launching from there at Tokyo Time at 1045.28 hours..  is the Launch of the Flight VA245 Airbus Space and Defense Ariane 5 ECA, in which providing the launch of its Customers ESA European Space Agency, JAXA – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency in which is launching one payload into space towards the first planet in the Sol- Solar System is the Planet Mercury, in which recent past explorations it’s been neglected among with everyone talking about Mars, among the rest of the large Gaseous planets in the Sol System..

Launching the BepiColombo Probe towards the Planet Mercury it’ll explore the Terrestrial Planet, in which will be a collaborative exploration in between ESA a member of the Belt and Road initiative among with JAXA in which the Ariane five -ECA Carrier Rocket will help to escape velocity trajectory inject the payload towards the first rocky planet, Mercury, the Messenger…  in which will arrive to the first planet at 2025.. To the year where NASA’s ISS- International Space Station is forecast to be decommission due to system wide breakdowns of its early modules and components…

Previous exploration mission towards the messenger, Mercury.. undertaken previously by NASA-National Space Administration… in which with Mariner ten during the 20th century – 1974-1976..in which provide the first realism photographs of the Mercury environments providing later with Messenger during the 21st Century 2011-2016 with the same goals but with higher resolution of observational data ..

BepiColombo is the first Collaborative European –Japanese exploration mission to study in which sets out to data collect, analysis the Mercury’s planetary composition, history, geophysical, exosphere also its Magnetosphere.. One of the many mission requirements is the exploration understanding of how terrestrial planets support life also how it arisen during the formation of the history of the Sol System… Also creating an understanding of Exo planetary systems…  BepiColombo is named after the Italian mathematician engineer Giuseppe (Bepi) Colombo.. In which BepiColombo has the design frame criteria for the mission to endure an inquisition of Earth’s nearest star the Sun, at 360 Degrees Celsius with a mission duration of one year given if all systems of BepiColombo works functionally after a year initial mission cycle a reconsideration will rotate another one year mission duration cycle till it’s life cycle of BepiColombo finally succumbed to the Sun’s inquisition….


Liftoff is planned on Friday, October 19, 2018 at exactly: – 09:45:28 p.m. Washington, D.C. time – 10:45:28 p.m. Kourou, French Guiana time – 01:45:28 Universal Time (UTC) on Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 03:45:28 a.m. Paris time on Saturday, October 20, 2018 – 10:45:28 a.m. Tokyo time on Saturday, October 20, 2018….

#EveOnline | Next Generation Project Discovery- Discovering real #ExoPlanets with Professor Michel Mayor- Reykjavik University – within EVE’s universe………..

As part of the next development project of MMORPG- EVE-Online in this, is Project Discovery in which gamers-players have the opportunities to search for real life Exoplanets within the internal universe of EVE-ONLINE virtual universe..  as part of the rewarding experience of contributing to in game crowd source science is you help to develop the same skillsets as finding Exoplanets in looking for various different patterns within various high end resolutions  imagines as discovering more you’re rewarded  for your results using Astronomical Data throughout integrated in game….

As part of the introduction of the Discovery Exo-planets Professor Michel Mayor- Astrophysics- Reykjavik University one of many founding contributors Pioneers in finding ExoPlanets, as he was introduced in the EveOnline convention. He talks about how to find with various methods in collaborations with various other grounds also off world orbital observatories around the planet Earth…. He goes into various methods in finding Exoplanets, one method is the transiting detection in where a planet transiting in from of its star the data shows the dip through in intensity of light in during the observation duration data collection taken in which this method you could tell it’s mass, orbital period around of the Exoplanets around its star in that star system, as Professor Michel Mayor goes into the Kepler Telescope observation period data.. in the later updates to the EveOnline game you’ll have all access to various data collection that’s collected by various observatories around the world, also the data to analysis from orbital platforms to the James Webb Telescope in which is due to be deployed in the launch calendar of 2018……