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August 8th, 2019
 
 
Spaceflight Inc. Purchases First Commercial SSLV Mission from NewSpace India Limited 
Spaceflight has already sold-out the entire manifest for this secured SSLV-D2 launch with spacecraft from an undisclosed U.S.-based satellite...
 
UPDATE: They're 'Talking' ... USAF's 4th Space Ops is in Communications with Lockheed Martin's AEHF-5 Satellite 
The squadron began “flying” the satellite shortly after it separated from its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket approximately 5 hours and 40 minutes...
 
Rocket Lab Working on Recovery and Reuse of Their Electron Launch Vehicle
Work on Rocket Lab’s Electron first stage reuse program began in late 2018, at the end of the company’s first year of orbital launches. The plan to...
 
Manifest Agreement with Firefly Aerospace Signed by Benchmark Space Systems
Firefly and Benchmark Space have each completed extensive development and testing of their respective technologies and are primed for space. For...
 
Goaana Ag is Set to Deliver IoT Rainfall Data to Farmers In Australia via Myriota's Satellite Network
South Australian satellite communications company Myriota and Queensland AgTech business Goanna Ag have partnered to develop the ‘everywhere’ ...
 
Momentus and NanoRacks Plan First Commercial Airlock to Launch Smallsats From the ISS
Over the past few years, NewSpace pioneer NanoRacks has deployed more than 200 satellites from the International Space Station and...
 
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's Secondary Mirror Deploys for the First Time at Northrop Grumman Clean Room
This milestone marks another major interaction of the Observatory (Optical Telescope and Integrated Science Instrument [OTIS] module and the...
 
Astroscale Appoints New SVP of Programs and Operations
She brings many years of space technology management, operations and engineering expertise to the Astroscale team. This includes strong...
 
Getting Ready for European Launches ... Orbex and Innovative Space Logistics Sign Agreement
unveiled a dedicated smallsat launcher, up to 30 percent lighter and 20 percent more efficient than any other vehicle in the micro launcher category.
 
Aerojet Rocketdyne Propulsion Pushes AEHF-5 to Orbit
In addition to the five AJ-60A solid rocket motors that helped to lift the Atlas V off the launch pad, Aerojet Rocketdyne provided the RL10C-1...