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Small launch vehicle developer Relativity announced June 11 it will establish a production facility for its Terran 1 rocket at NASA’s Stennis Space Center. Under an agreement with NASA and
Three European space companies raised 10 million euros ($11.3 million) to start a constellation for Internet of Things connectivity that they would operate on behalf of a still-to-be-determined service provider.
NASA’s Mars Helicopter has recently finished another round of important tests and is expected to be integrated with the rover for the Mars 2020 launch this summer. Earlier this year, JPL conducted tests
The ESA is developing its own spacecraft capable of re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere. The reusable spacecraft is called the Space RIDER (Reusable Integrated Demonstrator for Europe Return), and the ESA
New 3D-printed materials are going to space thanks to a recently funded partnership between Israel’s NanoDimension and Florida’s Harris Corp. The companies plan to create new materials to reduce the

June 6, 2019

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China launched a rocket from a pad at sea for the first time today (June 5), making it the third nation to successfully demonstrate the ability to launch satellites into
NASA  is celebrating a key step towards its mission to get people back to the Moon: The first large core rocket stage that will power the new Space Launch System being
Capella Space is expanding its staff and placing bulk orders as it begins making the transition from research and development startup to satellite constellation operator. San Francisco-based Capella launched the
NASA and satellite launch company Virgin Orbit have produced a working 3D printed combustion chamber for a rocket engine. Made using copper, the component is the product of a partnership between the two
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