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Relativity Space to Launch mu Space's Satellite Using 3D Printed Terran 1 Rocket
Relativity’s patented 3D printing technology platform, together with Terran 1’s flexible architecture, provides mu Space a faster and more reliable ...
 
Forrester Reports: OneWeb's Commercial Services to Start in 2021 and 650 Satellites in Orbit
OneWeb, in partnership with Airbus, is now building those satellites at a rate of at least one a day. The launch rate will continue until there are 650...
 
A SpaceX Crew Dragon Safety Test Went Very Wrong. Here's Why That Matters
But Florida Today reported that a smoke plume was visible for "miles" around Cape Canaveral after the incident.
 
The UAE's Mars Mission Hope Probe Reaches an 85 Percent Build Completion
The 1.5 ton Hope Probe build is now 85 percent complete, according to the organizations, with the majority of the parts in place with the unit going ...
 
Video Appears to Show SpaceX's New Spaceship for NASA Exploding During a Safety Test
On Sunday, an unverified video on Twitter claimed to show the space capsule exploding during the test.
 
The Latest Lost Satellite is Now Space Junk that Could Put Other Spacecraft at Risk
“It’s a big problem, because now basically you have a floating bomb in GEO,”
 
The Lockheed Martin Built AEHF-5 Satellite for the USAF Arrives in Florida for Launch
The satellite was transported from the Lockheed Martin satellite integration facility in Sunnyvale, California, via a C-5 Super Galaxy aircraft. The C-5...
 
Successful Berthing of Northrop Grumman's Cygnus Spacecraft with the ISS
While his crewmates had flown to space on previous missions, Chaffee had not yet traveled to space. The naming of Cygnus in honor of his memory ...
 
Renesas Electronics' First Fantastic Plastic ... Controller and Driver for Smallsats and Launch Vehicles
As private ‘new space’ companies have begun launching smallsats to form large constellations that operate in multiple low Earth orbit (LEO) planes ...
 
Blue Origin Signs Agreement with NASA for Historic Test Stand Use at Marshall Space Flight Center
Under a Commercial Space Launch Act agreement, Blue Origin will upgrade and refurbish Test Stand 4670, at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center...
 
Success as Northrop Grumman's Antares™ Rocket Launches Its Largest Cargo Load to ISS for NASA
confirmed reliable communications have been established and the solar arrays are deployed, providing the necessary electrical power to operate
 
Japaneses Startup, Synspective, Enlists Arianespace to Launch StriX-a EO Satellite in 2020
This will be the inaugural mission for a Synspective customer spacecraft on an Arianespace vehicle. The launch will take place from the...
 
China's Chang'e-6 Mission to Solicit Payloads
The nation is offering to carry a total of 20 kg. solicited payloads, according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) this week...
 
Arianespace's Long History with Japan is Reignited with the Dawn of a New Era, Reiwa
Arianespace has signed 33 launch contracts in 33 years with Japanese satellite customers. Three more launches for Japan are scheduled
 
University of Texas Students Develop Software to Help Satellites Seek Objects
part of a NASA project to design small spacecrafts that can fly around larger ones carrying humans to conduct damage inspections or provide servicing 
 
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...
 
Orbital Micro Systems' IOD-1 GEMS Satellite is Launched
The IOD-1 GEMS satellite was aboard the International Space Station resupply mission NG-11. The mission is part of the In-Orbit Demonstration (IOD) Program...
 
Virgin Orbit Selects Guam as a LauncherOne Launch Site
With the site's remote location and close proximity to the equator, Guam serves as an excellent base of operations from which the company's...
 
Northrop Grumman's Antares Rocket to Send the Company's Cygnus Spacecraft on the Firm's 11th Cargo Mission to ISS
Pending completion of cargo late load, final vehicle testing and acceptable local weather conditions, the launch will take place April 17 with lift-off ...
 
The Innovative ThinSat Program to be Powered by Alta Devices Solar Cells
ThinSats are part of a program to set a new standard for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) education in the U.S...