Jarmyn Enterprise Space CEO, Malcolm Jarmyn is proud to announce the successful ‘first cold flow engine test’ at 14th December 2022, with thanks to the team at NextAero, Victoria test site.
NASA will provide live coverage of the Artemis I uncrewed Orion spacecraft’s return to Earth on Sunday, 11 December 2022.
J.E.S CFO/CBO, Ameet Shah attended the Bengaluru Space Expo 2022. Ameet met several industry leaders and Head of Space Agencies and took ‘Jarmyn Enterprise Space’ to a wider audience with International interest growing in J.E.S !
Great event …we thank CII for organising BSX2022 and look forward to many such events at home and internationally!
Association of Australia Inc August Public Meeting
Monday, 22 August 2022, 7:00 – 9:30 pm AEST
Jarmyn Enterprise Space CEO/Founder, Malcolm Jarmyn will be attending, via Zoom, to the August meeting as a speaker, introducing Jarmyn Enterprise Space (J.E.S), around 7:30 AEST.
For people in Melbourne, venue is Golden Gate Hotel, 238 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. If you can’t attend in person, you can join remotely via Zoom. Please register the event following the link.
National Space Day – USA Today, 6 May 2022, is National Space Day in the USA. In 1997, the Lockheed Martin Corporation introduced National Space Day as a one-off event, and it was later expanded to National Space Day in 2001, due to its extreme popularity, by former astronaut and senator John Glenn. On the […]
As Space Station Crew Readies to Return to Earth, Nasa Sets TV Coverage NASA will provide live coverage of the upcoming return activities for the agency’s SpaceX Crew-3 mission. The mission will depart from the International Space Station with NASA astronauts Kayla Barron, Raja Chari, and Tom Marshburn, as well as ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut […]
NASA’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft rolled out to Launch Complex 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the very first time on Thursday, March 17. At about 5:45 p.m. EDT on Thursday, the crawler-transporter began the approximately 4-mile journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building. At 4:15 a.m EDT Friday, it arrived at the launch pad, where it will undergo testing before launch in several weeks.
For all astronomy enthusiasts, if you haven’t discovered this website yet, which is active since 1995, you are missing a lot.
Astronomy Picture of the Day, (APOD), is a website provided by NASA and Michigan Technological University, where, each day, a different image or photograph of our universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
If you want to expend your view, learn some new knowledge or get a youngsters attention to a wider universe beyond our daily routine, this website is the best place to start the day. Although, you might feel insignificant from time to time, it is also a good place to start for cherishing what we have.
After many months of meticulous team work, J.E.S website is launched. We are hoping to share our vision, development and achievements through our website and create interest, not only on our accomplishments, but also on space technology and where it may and will take us in near future. We hope everybody enjoy their visit and take away some information or inspiration for their endeavours. Please, don’t hesitate to contact us with your supportive criticisms, and help us to develop our site to be worthy for a pleasant visit.