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Blue Origin's Twelfth Successful Launch ... Prepping for People Passengers in 2020
“Congratulations to our New Shepard team. Look at that capsule. Man I wish I'd been on board today!”
 
ISRO Launches Spy Satellite and Nine Foreign Ride Along Satellites 
Indian Space Research Organisation successfully launched their nation's latest spy satellite RISAT-2BR1 along with nine foreign satellites from ...
 
Russia's Soyuz-2.1b Launches Glonass-M
The spacecraft put into orbit will replenish the orbital constellation of the Russian Global Navigation Satellite System
 
NASA’S Parker Probe Reveals New Solar Oddities
That world includes rogue plasma waves, flipping magnetic fields, and distant solar winds under the thrall of the sun’s rotation.
 
Rensselaer Polytechnics and Debilitated Satellites
A team of researchers at Rensselaer, led by Wen, are working with NASA on a solution: a robot that could capture a satellite in space and pull it in to...
 
Guatemalan University Student Winners Prepare KiboCUBE for Launch
Quetzal-1, will be used for multispectral remote sensing. This can lead to the acquisition of data for a variety of peaceful and natural resource management ...
 
NASA Hopes OSIRIS-REx Data Will Explain an Asteroid's Mini-Eruptions
Bennu is considered a danger to Earth that will pass within the Moon's orbit in the year 2135, and currently has a 1 in 2,700 chance of impacting the Earth ...
 
ISRO to Launch Spy Satellite and Nine Foreign Customer Satellites 
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up to launch the nation's latest spy satellite RISAT-2BR1 and nine foreign satellites ...
 
Intellian's New Inmarsat 'Feature Rich' L-Band Terminals
... can be integrated as part of a complete safety solution, encompassing mandatory services such as Global Maritime Distress and Safety Service ...
 
Results of Horizon Technologies Amber Users’ Workshop In Singapore
Without the support from the High Commission and the UK Government, this event could not have taken place.
 
Centre Proposes Rs 33 Crore to Protect Indian Satellites from Space Debris
Every year, there are many incidents of objects colliding in space. As a result, small pieces of debris rotate at extremely fast speeds.
 
L3Harris Technologies' $50 Million Order for HF Radios from U.S. Marine Corps
... the AN/PRC-160 is the smallest, lightest and fastest wideband HF manpack that provides 10X throughput over legacy systems, and is is the only ... 
 
The Space Force Appears Cleared For Launch
Lawmakers hint that bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act will create a new military branch
 
Will New Plasma Thrusters Keep Next-Gen Satellites Safe?
The Air Force has hired a Michigan company to see if thrusters based on plasma could help satellites evade incoming fire.
 
SpaceX Launches the Dragon with NASA's Supplies and Science Laboratory
... en route to the ISS with a myriad of items ranging from goodies for the astronauts this holiday season to scientific experiments that include barley ...
 
Two Launches in Two Days to the ISS ... Next Russia is Ready 
They checked out the tele-robotically operated rendezvous unit (TORU) today in the unlikely event they would need to remotely maneuver the ...
 
Spaceflight's SEOPS-2 Mission with Three Smallsats to Travel to ISS
The payloads will travel to the ISS through a NASA Commercial Resupply (CRS) mission aboard a SpaceX Dragon scheduled to launch atop a...
 
Construction of Tokyo 2020 G-Satellite Completed ... Including Animated Characters
announced the completion of its “G-Satellite Go to Space” satellite, which will orbit the Earth during the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.
 
United Launch Alliance Delays Launch of Boeing's Orbital Flight Test Starliner
Additional time was needed for the ULA and Boeing teams to complete an analysis of the issue, replace the duct and complete processing ahead of 
 
China Launches New Earth Observation Satellite
The microwave remote sensing satellite is capable of providing photographs with a resolution of better than a meter.