Category Archives: Helium-3

ESA Planning To Mine The Moon

Last week, the European Space Agency (ESA) has announced the signing of a one-year contract with ArianeGroup, a European aerospace consortium. The intention is part of a bid to look at the feasibility of mining on the surface in the … Continue reading

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Silverside Detectors Working With Onshape To Make Nuclear Radiation Sensors

A 3D model of a Silverside neutron detector. Image via Silverside Detectors Silverside Detectors, a Massachusetts-based company specializing in nuclear security, is using tools from Onshape, a cloud-based CAD software provider. The objective is to develop low-cost compact-sized nuclear radiation … Continue reading

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The Rings of Saturn Disappear

Saturn is the second largest Planet in our solar system and differentiates itself visually from its neighbors. Although its interface is rather unspectacular and not with the dazzling color to compare the pattern of the larger than Jupiter, but no … Continue reading

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Launch of Extended Life Plastic™ Detector for Radiation Portal Monitors

Saint-Gobain Crystals, a pioneer in radiation detection solutions for Homeland Security applications, has launched Extended Life Plastic™ detector for radiation portal monitor (RPM) applications. The brilliant Extended Life Plastic for gamma energy detection allows RPM systems to operate with low … Continue reading

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Why Are We Going Back To The Moon On Helium-3?

ISRO Indian Space Research Organization’s plans to mine the moon for helium-3 (He-3), according to various news reports such as Hindustan Times, Financial Express, Deccan Chronicle and the Times of India. It is unbelievable how fast we are making this … Continue reading

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