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Spacewalkers begin prepping space station for new solar arrays

Spacewalkers begin prepping space station for new solar arrays Derek Richardson February 28th, 2021 NASA astronauts Kate Rubins, top, and Victor Glover work to assemble a truss-like...

NASA says maintaining competition a priority for lunar lander procurement

WASHINGTON — With NASA “down to the wire” in reviewing lunar lander proposals, agency officials say a priority is to maintain competition for a...

Why does this galaxy look older than its years?

Galaxy ALESS 073.1, located 12 billion light-years away and formed when the universe was only 10% of its current age, has not only a...

Successful engine test brings Australian space launch capability a step closer

Successful rocket engine test. Credit: DefendTex/RMIT An Australian research...

SpaceX prepares for twin Starlink missions as 45th Space Wing’s busy year continues

SpaceX is targeting their Starlink v1.0 L18 flight, or 19th Starlink mission, for launch from SLC-40 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on...

At cosmic noon, puffy galaxies make stars for longer

by ARC Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in Three Dimensions (ASTRO-3D) An ensemble of twenty-five disk galaxies. The view on the left shows...

Northrop Grumman Contracted to Provide DevSecOps Capabilities for US Air Force

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Feb. 1, 2021 - The U.S. Air Force has selected Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) as one of multiple companies...

Umbra raises $32 million for radar satellite constellation

Umbra CEO David Langan inspects an Umbra satellite antenna. Credit: Umbra SAN FRANCISCO - Earth observation startup Umbra raised $32 million in an investment round...

Is there life on Mars? Not if we destroy it with poor space hygiene

Next month, three new spacecraft arrive at Mars. Two represent firsts for their countries of origin, while the third opens a new era of...
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The first lunar maps consisted of simply the best images of the Moon from Earth-based telescopes, which were converted to provide necessary information for...

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Announce Agreement to Develop Innovative Telescopes for Nanosatellites

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PredaSAR Chooses SpaceX to Launch its First Synthetic Aperture Radar Satellite

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Spacewalk on Tuesday will conclude space station power upgrade

Two NASA astronauts plan to conclude a power systems upgrade for the International Space Station during a spacewalk Tuesday. Bob Behnken and Chris Cassidy will...