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DOD’s Innovation Arm Interested in Commercial Nuclear Propulsion Tech for Smaller Spacecraft

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The Defense Innovation Unit is seeking commercially made lightweight technologies that could provide nuclear power and propulsion for small to medium military spacecraft sensing and communication systems.

The Sun’s 11-year cycle cannot explain global warming

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The Earth's global climate system fluctuates in 11-year and 3, 5-year cycles find Yizhak Feliks, Justin Small and Michael Ghil.

NASA Would Receive $4.4 Billion Under House Bill; DOE’s Radioisotope Processing Facility Funding Increased

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NASA would received an additional $4.4 billion to perform repairs and upgrades on its aging infrastructure, conduct climate change research and development (R&D) and improve cybersecurity.

Why America Should Suddenly Prepare For A Billion-Dollar ‘Internet Apocalypse’ Caused By The Sun

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Our Sun is waking up—and it could have devastating consequences for the Internet, particularly in North America, if a “black swan event” like a solar superstorm occurs.

Battleface Launches Travel Insurance for Space Tourism

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Known for providing travel insurance, including covering adventurous spirits, battleface’s next mission is launching insurance for space tourists.

Canadians support international effort on Kinetic Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Testing treaty

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A diplomatic effort led by the United Kingdom (UK) at the United Nations (UN) to take up a Kinetic Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Testing treaty has received international support through a Canadian Open Letter.

Elon Musk: ‘Bezos retired in order to pursue a full-time job filing lawsuits against...

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Elon Musk has criticized fellow centibillionaire and space cowboy Jeff Bezos for filing lawsuits against the former’s aerospace company SpaceX.

State of Russia’s ISS segment sparks safety concerns

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A Russian space official on Tuesday raised concerns about the deteriorating state of Russia's segment of the International Space Station.

Climate Change and Its Environmental Impacts on Crop Growth

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The Earth is heating up. The effects of human-caused global climate change are becoming more and more apparent as we see more record-breaking heat waves, intense droughts, shifts in rainfall patterns and a rise in average temperatures.

Amazon calls on FCC to reject SpaceX’s revised second-gen Starlink plan

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Amazon is urging the Federal Communications Commission to dismiss SpaceX’s revised plans for its second-generation Starlink constellation, saying they are too broad and speculative.
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Lockheed, Northrop invest in a startup that wants to refuel satellites...

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Defense industry giants Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman are investing in Orbit Fab, a San Francisco-based startup that wants to build gas stations in space that can refuel satellites and prolong their lifespan, the companies announced Monday.
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