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Exolaunch signs pact with SpaceX and scouts U.S. location

by -- October 9, 2020 A SpaceX Falcon 9 lifts of Aug. 18 from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, carrying 58 Starlink satellites and three...

More than 1,000 Air Force cyber security operators to transfer to Space Force

by -- October 8, 2020 Air Force troops participate in an exercise of the Advanced Battle Management System at Duke Field, Fla., Dec. 17, 2019....

Momentus deal could mark new wave of space companies going public

WASHINGTON -- The merger of in-space transportation company Momentus with a special-purpose acquisition corporation (SPAC) could encourage other space startups seeking large amounts of...

Satellite Industry Association releases space traffic management recommendations and white paper

The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) has announced the release of a number of recommendations addressing the issue of space traffic management, with the goal...

Op-ed | Can SpaceX profit on certain Starlink launches?

It is no longer a surprise to industry observers that partial reusability, economies of scale and vertical integration have enabled SpaceX to achieve extremely...

Interview Series: Sean McDaniel, CEO of ATLAS Space Operations

By Kimberly Mitchell “ATLAS was founded on the belief that access to space should be simple and affordable.” 

SpaceX launches Starlink satellites as it deorbits original ones

WASHINGTON -- As SpaceX launches a new batch of Starlink satellites, the company is quietly deorbiting the original set of satellites less than 18...

Latitudo 40: From Satellite Data to Everyday Use

By Kimberly Mitchell latitudo40.com “We want to bring earth analytics within the...

Cygnus supply ship reaches space station with titanium toilet

Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus supply ship is grappled by the Canadian-built robotic arm at the International Space Station. Credit: NASA TV / Spaceflight Now A Northrop...

EXOS: A leading developer and operator of reusable space vehicles.

Josh Lattuca It costs anywhere from $30,000 to several million dollars to conduct even a...
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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...

PredaSAR Chooses SpaceX to Launch its First Synthetic Aperture Radar Satellite

BOCA RATON, FLA. – AUGUST 4, 2020 – PredaSAR Corporation, today announced that its first of 48...

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

The four-year, $2 million CRADA will combine LLNL’s Monolithic Telescope (MonoTele) technology with Tyvak’s expertise producing high-reliability...