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Another Successful SpaceX Starlink Sortie Sling into Space
This bevy of smallsats also contains one satellite that will be testing new...
 
Forrester Reports: The Next Starlink Surge + An Accelerated FCC Timeline
Currently, and weather permitting, the launch is planned for around 9.25 p.m. Florida-time. However, SpaceX...
 
Arianespace Ramps Up for Vega’s Big, Small Spacecraft Mission and the 'Ride-share' of 53 Small Satellites
...a team of some 70 people, led by engineers and technicians from Avio, and personnel from other companies, was flown aboard a chartered jetliner from...
 
Statement from Kennedy Space Center—a New Era in American Spaceflight Begins as SpaceX Crew Dragon Docks at ISS
This capability will allow NASA to send more astronauts on missions to the ISS than has been possible since the days of the Space Shuttle Program.
 
China's Long March 11 Launches for the First Time from Xichang Satellite Launch Center with Two Smallsats
The two new technology experiment satellites, launched via a Long March-11 carrier rocket...
 
Rocket Lab Resumes Launch Ops for 'Don't Stop Me Now' New Zealand Launch
A new launch window for this mission has been scheduled to commence June 11...
 
UPDATE from NASA: Mission Scrubbed Bad Weather Conditions Prevents U.S. Sending Astronauts to ISS
Rain, cumulus clouds, attached anvil clouds, lightning and field mill data... all violated Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon launch criteria at times throughout the day.
 
USAF Prime Contract to Masten Space to Support U.S. Special Operations Forces
Masten will conduct a feasibility study to produce an initial design for a rocket-powered landing craft, named XERMES...
 
Launch Partnership Signed Between University of Edinburgh's Asteria Student Satellite Group and Responsive Access
By partnering with Responsive Access, the project’s chance of finding a...
 
Virgin Orbit's Demo Mission: The Good + the Not-So-Good
The company successfully completed all of the pre-launch procedures, the...
 
Equatorial Space Systems' 'Down Under' Launch Support is Southern Launch Australia
The  launcher company, notable for their hybrid propulsion systems, last month revealed the Dorado sounding rocket...
 
Forrester's Two News Reports: Ariane 6 Launch Slips + Avanti Supplying Capacity to Niger
Ariane 6 is the long-awaited replacement for the aging Ariane 5 rocket, and planned to be a valid financial competitor...
 
Virgin Orbit's Cosmic Girl Prepares for Their Upcoming Launch Demo Mission
Should the historical odds be defied and if this becomes one of those exceedingly rare teams to complete a mission on first attempt, the company...
 
Skyrora's Skylark-L Launch Vehicle Completes a Full Static Fire Test
Skyrora's combined achievement also signifies the first vertical static fire test of this magnitude in the UK...
 
With the SpaceX Starlink Mission Delayed, Next Up... the Launch of the Astronauts
With the Starlink mission delayed, SpaceX teams can now focus on Crew...
 
The Final Beidou Satellite to be Launched by China in June
This launch will mark the completion of the domestically developed Beidou...
 
Six Additional Planet SkySat Smallsats to Launch During the Summer
SkySats 16-21 will operate at a “mid-inclination” orbit of 53 degrees...
 
Success as ULA's Atlas V 501 Rocket Carries U.S. Space Force's X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle
“We are honored to partner with the U.S. Space Force and Air Force to recognize healthcare workers, first responders and other essential ...
 
Statement from U.S. Space Force Regarding ULA's Successful Launch of the USSF-7 Mission
“The success of this mission resulted from collaboration with our customer while working through challenging, and ever changing, health and safety conditions,”
 
Statement from U.S.A.F. Space and Missile Systems Center Regarding Launch of USSF-7 Mission
“Launching USSF-7 is just the latest example of the big things the Department of Defense continues to accomplish every day in defense of our nation during ...