April 18, 2021

Exolaunch has entered the satellite debris industry with its environmentally conscious space tugs

Exolaunch, which is a German launch services company, is developing the Reliant space tugs, which are constructed to tidy up debris after the satellites are launched into ...
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The United Arab Emirates has chosen new astronauts, the first of whom is a woman

The United Arab Emirates increased the scale of its astronaut corps on April 10 when it named two new space explorers, the first of whom ...
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The whole Crew to be aboard Inspiration4 SpaceX Dragon Private Mission revealed

Come September; there are high chances that a private crew will fly to the low Earth orbit. The mission is private, but the Crew will ...
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Guangzhou is attempting to create a Chinese commercial space cluster

Guangzhou is creating a large space cluster in the city by being able to host new ventures, such as Geely Technology Group’s new space head office. According ...
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NASA Space exploration, Orion misssion with the help of IPTV Video Tools

NASA is famous for coming up with exciting spacecraft, and for the first time in ages, it is working on making a product for human-crewed deep-space ...
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The leaders of the ESA and the CNSA meet to check attainable house making plans

On April 1, the leaders of the European Space Agency, in addition to China’s Nationwide House Management, carried out a video name to talk about their ...
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As satellite fleets multiply, the RAS warns of increased light emissions

According to recent studies, increasingly rising numbers of satellites, known as “mega-constellations,” committed to space-centered internet and other commercial facilities, create more total light emissions or ...
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Launcher establishes a facility in California to build small launch vehicles

Launcher, a small launch vehicle corporation, has relocated to California to complete the next phase of its rocket production. Launcher is in the process of ...
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LeoStella, a satellite maker, is searching for openings in the United States defense market

The Pentagon’s space agency is unusually purchasing satellites. Rather than selecting a particular company to create the whole constellation, the Space Development Agency expects to ...
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Industry Experts argue over whether satellite tech should monopolize 12 GHz Band

Experts have different opinions regarding how the 12 GHz spectrum is to use in the historic C band auction, which would be utilized in satellite ...
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Firefly has been selected by General Atomics to deploy a NASA Earth science device

Firefly Aerospace has been chosen by General Atomics to deploy a small Earth science spacecraft for NASA on the Alpha rocket in the year 2022. ...
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Satellite veterans alert of the risks of space SPAC

As per two satellite sector veterans, the flurry of activity revolving around SPACs moves the space into a new age of risk-taking. In an exchange ...
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The whole Crew to be aboard Inspiration4 SpaceX Dragon Private Mission revealed

Come September; there are high possibilities that a private group will travel to the low Earth circle. The mission is private, yet the Crew will ...
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Sky Perfect JSAT has put an order for the first Airbus satellite

Sky Perfect JSAT, a Japanese satellite supplier, has set the main request for a shuttle from Airbus, choosing the European aviation organization to create Superbird-9 ...
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Space satellites provide photos of deadly eruptions from Mount Etna

Earth-orbiting satellites have provided images of Mount Etna spewing lava across Sicily. The incident has been taking place for weeks. Etna is an active volcano ...
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Significant interest in launch services for the SpaceX smallsat rideshare

SpaceX is experiencing an increased demand for its committed smallsat rideshare missions. On 9th February, during the SmallSat Symposium, a SpaceX official said that the ...
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NASA astronaut to hop in Russia’s Soyuz mission to the ISS this April

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has revealed one of its astronauts will accompany Russian astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) in the upcoming ...
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New Glenn’s first deployment has been delayed until late 2022 by Blue Origin

After missing a crucial Pentagon deal last year, Blue Origin has pushed back the first deployment of its Latest Glenn rocket to the late 2022, ...
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1st Starship Super Heavy booster by SpaceX

There is shedding of light on the remaining half of the deep space exploration system of SpaceX. There have been three full-size prototypes in the ...
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Umbra has reached a milestone in the development of its satellite Constellation

Umbra has procured a permit from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to run its Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) with a bandwidth of 1200 MHz. This ...
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Bill Nelson has been nominated by President Biden to head NASA

According to the announcement released by the White House, President Joe Biden’s nominee for the NASA administrator is Senator Bill Nelson, the former Florida senator. ...
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Why Fly, When Elite Dangerous Odyssey’s New Space Cabbies Can Do It For You?

Elite Dangerous: Odyssey’s big sell might be the freedom of finally stepping outside of your ship, but thanks to a new interstellar taxi service, you ...
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NASA Funds Small Business For Research, Development Of New Space Tech; Jim Reuter Quoted

Jim Reuter Associate Administrator NASA NASA has invested $45 million in 365 small business projects that support the areas of space science and technology, aeronautics ...
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Lego’s New Space Shuttle Discovery With Hubble Telescope Will Send Your Inner NASA Nerd Into Orbit

Toys and CollectiblesAction figures, sculptures, special features, and other product. Be careful: on the off chance that you look here, you’re presumably going to go ...
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