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SpaceX Raising $500 Million from Investors
The company run by Elon Musk has agreed on financing terms with existing shareholders and new investor Baillie Gifford & Co., who will pay...
 
India’s DRDO Head Suggests Test Was Not a 'One-Off' and Outlines Counterspace Capability Ambitions
Reddy’s comments suggest that its March 2019 ASAT test was not a one-off, at least under the leadership of current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
 
ESA Opening Up to New Ideas for Addressing Space-Related Challenges
The Agency’s new Open Space Innovation Platform website is a streamlined entry point for novel ideas, both in response to specific...
 
Forrester Reports: SpaceX Rocket Tips Into the Atlantic Ocean
The rocket had formed the central portion of a three rocket assembly which launched Arabsat 6A last week and had landed on the barge in a textbook...
 
NanoAvionics Communicates with Satellites After Anomaly Causes Delay
The anomaly occurred after the delayed separation from the fourth stage of PSLV, causing delays in the initial commissioning of M6P and Blue Walker 1  
 
An Errant Command is Responsible for Beresheet's Crash into the Moon
SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) teams continue to investigate further into the error that resulted in the spacecraft crashing into...
 
An Evolution: The Euroconsult Group is Launched
Since the firm's incorporation more than years ago, Euroconsult has grown into an internationally renowned group dedicated to providing private...
 
Aussie's Defense Innovation Hub Grant to Fund Tests for Anti-Jitter Satellite Technology 
“The stabilizing technology enables very fine pointing with as little jitter as possible, focusing on stars for long periods of time.”
 
FINAL UPDATE #14 — SpaceIL's and IAI's Historic Moon Landing Remains an Attempt — XPRIZE Awards $1 Million to SpaceIL 
Minutes later Netanyahu took to the microphone again to promise, "Israel will land on the moon!"
 
Statement of Strategic Intent Signed Between Boeing and the Australian Space Agency
By 2030, Australia would like to grow the space market segment from AU$3.9 billion to AU$12 billion and double space industry employment from...
 
The Global Space Robotics Market to Reach $3.5 Billion by 2025 According to Global Market Insights
Several companies are developing AI-based robots that provide enhanced mobility and manipulation benefits. These machines can perform highly-complex...
 
Kacific Signs Agreement with Tonga Satellite Limited to Supply Broadband via Satellite
The bandwidth supplied by Kacific’s high throughput satellite, Kacific1, will be used to connect communities in 89 remote outer islands with high-quality...
 
One Hundred Cumulative Years of On-Orbit Smallsat Ops Achieved by Space Flight Laboratory
Over the past two decades, SFL has developed 25 smallsats that have been launched for space science, Earth Observation (EO), communication...
 
SpaceIL Now Planning the Creation and Launch of a Second Beresheet Spacecraft
SpaceIL Chairman Morris Kahn has now announced the establishment of Beresheet 2, after the first Israeli moon mission ended unsuccessfully...
 
Space Foundation Reports on Space Industry in Conjunction with the 35th Space Symposium
The report is designed to improve understanding of the reach, impact and health of the space community and demonstrates how the economic and...
 
Thales is Selected by Switzerland for an Image Intelligence System
Thales develops systems that governments need to maintain surveillance and identify and assess the ever-expanding array of threats they face. In...
 
The Competitive DARPA Launch Challenge is... Launched
The commercial small-launch (10 to 1000 kg.) industry has embraced advances in manufacturing, micro-technologies, and autonomous...
 
Harris Milestone as the Firm Produces their 100th Unfurlable Mesh Reflector
The 12 meter reflector will be the first space-borne, P-band antenna designed to observe annual changes in biomass – the amount of living...
 
NASA's CLASP-2 Payload Mission a Success
CLASP-2, the acronym for Chromospheric Layer Spectropolarimeter-2, is a sounding rocket mission. Smaller, more affordable and faster to design and...
 
Possible Medium Sized Debris from Intelsat-29e Tracked by ExoAnalytic Solutions
Intelsat 29e had been in a geostationary orbit at 50 degrees West longitude until April 8, when the satellite began tumbling and drifting to the east.  Both the...