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Rockets Over Colorado ... ULA and Ball Aerospace's Tenth Anniversary of Student Rocket Launch
..."students at all levels see what it’s like to design, build, test and learn from that process – with the added motivation that their work launches on a rocket.”
 
RUAG Space Delivers the Brain and the Coat for Galileo Satellites
RUAG Space supplies to the industrial prime contractor, OHB System AG, the onboard computer (“brain”) that controls and monitors the payload of the...
 
Brown University's EQUIsat Deploys
The deployment marks the culmination of work that started with a handful of undergraduates in 2011. Since then, a rotating group of students, which has...
 
UK Spaceflight Program Partnership with Orbital Micro Systems for Initial Launch Payload
Orbital Micro Systems, in partnership with Lockheed Martin and other UK-based firms, will create and fly a UK-built pathfinder spacecraft for an initial...
 
Orbex and Elecnor Deimos Form Strategic Partnership for the Current Quiet Revolution of Small Satellites 
The company is constructing a completely re-thought and re-designed orbital launch vehicle, called Prime, to deliver small satellites into Earth’s orbit.
 
Blue Origin's Successful Separation Test ... "We Can't Wait to Take You Guys to Space One Day"
“We can’t wait to take you guys to space one day.”
 
The UK is Launching into a New Space Age — Lockheed Martin and Orbex Developing Launch Plans
Lockheed Martin will establish vertical launch operations in Sutherland, Scotland, and develop innovative technologies in Reading, Berkshire, with...
 
Analytical Space's Proof-of-Concept Mission Success from ISS Via NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer
backwards-compatible approach allows network users to offload data using existing RF hardware, minimizes barriers to adoption for customers and ...
 
The ESA's "Wind Satellite" Disembarks in French Guiana for an Upcoming Arianespace Vega Mission
While most spacecraft are delivered to the South American launch site via cargo aircraft, Aeolus — a “wind satellite” carrying one of the most ...
 
mu Space Packs Payload Into Upcoming Blue Origin New Shepard Flight
The payload, weighing six kilograms in total, includes several experiments and research...
 
NanoRacks Completes Their 14th SmallSat Deployment Mission from ISS
Having released nine cubesats into LEO, this mission marks NanoRacks’ 185th CubeSat released from ISS and the 217th smallsat deployed by...
 
Successful Test Firing of the Solid Rocket Motor for Ariane 6 and Vega-C Launch Vehicles
This successful test of the first P120C ever produced is a major step in the development of the future European launchers, Ariane 6 and Vega-C. The...
 
Orbex' Development of Orbital Space Launch Systems Nets Millions in Public and Private Funding
Orbex will launch orbital vehicles from the newly-announced UK Vertical Launch spaceport in Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands as part of the main consortium....
 
The First Abu Dhabi Satellite to be Launched in November
This satellite is the first to be built at the Yahsat Space Lab in Masdar City, a collaboration between the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, part...
 
Goonhilly Earth Station on the UK's First Spaceport Announcement
The company indicated they will be an integral part of the Spaceport Cornwall, Cornwall Council and Virgin Orbit partnership. Goonhilly is...
 
ArianeGroup's New French Production Line Includes the World's Most Powerful Robot to Build Nozzles
has the world’s most powerful robot, capable of handling nozzles weighing in excess of 2 tons, measuring 3 meters in height and 2.2 meters in diameter.
 
Rocket Lab Plans for a U.S. Launch Site ... Will Support Monthly Orbital Launches
Launch Complex 2 will be designed to support monthly orbital launches.
 
The 10th Anniversary of the Student Rocket Launch STEM Program to be Celebrated by ULA and Ball Aerospace
Open to the general public, the 2018 Student Rocket Launch will be held on July 14 at Lake Meredith, Colorado, and marks the culmination of work by...
 
New Date Announced by iridium for the 7th NEXT Mission Launch
This updated schedule comes after SpaceX informed Iridium that more time was needed to prepare the rocket for launch. Iridium NEXT is the...
 
Israel's Rush to the Moon by December 2019 will be the Fourth Country to Succeed
The Israeli lunar spacecraft will be the smallest to land on the moon, weighing only 1,322 pounds, or 600 kilograms.