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Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

10 July 2023

How does travelling to space affect astronauts’ immune system?

The effects of space travel on the immune system of astronauts have been a topic of scientific interest. Extended stays in space, such as on the […]
30 June 2023

Virgin Galactic successfully completes first commercial spaceflight

After 5 previous missions, Virgin Galactic successfully completed its first commercial spaceflight on 29 June. Taking off from Spaceport America in New Mexico at 9 am […]
27 June 2023

Meet the crew for Virgin Galactic’s first commercial spaceflight

Virgin Galactic’s first commercial spacecraft will launch on 29 June onboard the “Galactic 01” shuttle. The company has now announced the final crew of this mission, […]
26 June 2023

Factories in space come one step closer to reality

The reality of factories in space is now almost upon us, with the successful deployment of Varda Space Industries’ first satellite test mission. The California start-up, […]
21 June 2023

China completes test of first low-Earth orbit internet constellation

Researchers from the GalaxySpace, a Beijing-based satellite maker, conducted open-sea testing of the country’s first LEO broadband communication test constellation, as reported by CGTN. The goal […]
20 June 2023

Virgin Galactic announces dates for first commercial spaceflight service

On Thursday June 15th, Virgin Galactic announced the date of its first commercial flight into space: the company plans to launch the shuttle “Galactic 01” between […]
5 June 2023

Supersonic spaceplane Dream Chaser moves a step closer to first space travel launch

Colorado-based aerospace company Sierra Space announced a “groundbreaking leap space transportation technology” as its supersonic spaceplane Dream Chaser has successfully been powered up for the first […]
2 June 2023

New record set with 17 space tourists in Earth orbit at the same time

As the space industry continues to evolve, a new record of simultaneous space tourism missions was achieved, with 17 space tourists orbiting Earth at the same […]
31 May 2023

Impulse and Relativity Space postpone first commercial Mars mission to 2026

Last year, Relativity Space and Impulse Space teamed up to race Elon Musk to reach Mars, promising a lander launch in 2024. However, during the Humans […]
25 May 2023

Blue Origin wins NASA contract to land humans on the moon

NASA has selected Blue Origin to develop a human landing system for the agency’s Artemis V mission to the Moon. Through Artemis, NASA will explore more […]
16 May 2023

Vast Space partners with SpaceX to launch first private space station in 2025

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 will launch both the Haven-1 (space station) and Vast-1 (human spaceflight) missions. 1. Private space station California-based startup Vast Space joined forces with […]
16 May 2023

Virgin Galactic’s first private space tourism flight to take off in June

After several setbacks that delayed the launch of its first commercial passenger flight, Richard Bransons’ Virgin Galactic announced it is targeting late May for the fifth-ever […]
16 May 2023

Michelin-star meals will soon be possible “on the edge of space”

The French company Zephalto has announced that it will offer a Michelin-like dinner experience “on the edge of space” for the first time in late 2024, […]
9 May 2023

Axiom Space’s second commercial space trip postponed to May 21st

On Friday May 5th, NASA announced that the launch of the second-ever private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS) would take place on May […]
4 May 2023

China to land astronauts on the moon by 2030

China’s space program has been making significant progress in recent years, including successful missions to the moon with robotic spacecraft. 1. Taikonauts on the moon China […]
4 May 2023

Would you attend a zero-gravity concert?

Florida based Zero Gravity Corporation (Zero-G) has recently announced a series of zero gravity concerts. The new initiative allows musicians to perform their top songs with […]