Japan developing wooden satellites to reduce space junk

Japan developing wooden satellites to reduce space junk

By Christy Gren - Jan 05, 2021

Researchers from Kyoto University are developing a wooden satellite that would burn up completely at the end of its life...

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Lockheed Martin wins $4.9 billion U.S. Space Force contract

Lockheed Martin wins $4.9 billion U.S. Space Force contract

By Christy Gren - Jan 05, 2021

Lockheed Martin won a contract worth up to $4.9 billion to supply three OPIR satellites that are a part of the next-gen ...

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SpaceX rival Rocket Lab makes its first successful booster recovery

SpaceX rival Rocket Lab makes its first successful booster recovery

By Anna Domanska - Nov 20, 2020

Get upcoming tech news and updates here at the nation’s fastest-growing business magazine, Industry Leaders. ...

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SpaceX continues to bolster its internet satellite Starlink with additional launches

SpaceX continues to bolster its internet satellite Starlink with additional launches

By Christy Gren - Oct 20, 2020

Internet connections are going astral with SpaceX putting a slew of Starlink satellites in the near-earth orbit to bolst...

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Virgin Galactic Announces Mach 3 Space Craft Design, MoU with Rolls Royce

Virgin Galactic Announces Mach 3 Space Craft Design, MoU with Rolls Royce

By Christy Gren - Aug 06, 2020

Virgin Galactic aims to fly at supersonic speed and plans space tourism on its futuristic designed aircraft. ...

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SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites for Megaconstellation

SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites for Megaconstellation

By Anna Domanska - Jun 04, 2020

California-based rocket builder SpaceX successfully launched a new batch of Starlink internet satellites into orbit la...

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X-37B Spacecraft on Sixth Mission to Test Use of Solar Power to Generate Microwave Energy

X-37B Spacecraft on Sixth Mission to Test Use of Solar Power to Generate Microwave Energy

By Anna Domanska - May 10, 2020

The US Air Force’s X-37B, a reusable unmanned spacecraft will be undertaking its sixth flight on May 16 from the Cape ...

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SpaceX and NASA Inflight Abort Test Delayed

SpaceX and NASA Inflight Abort Test Delayed

By Anna Domanska - Jan 10, 2020

SpaceX and NASA are conducting an inflight safety abort test with the Crew Dragon spacecraft, where there are chances th...

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SpaceX Starship at 0.1% cost per launch of NASA’s $2 Million

SpaceX Starship at 0.1% cost per launch of NASA’s $2 Million

By Anna Domanska - Nov 11, 2019

Elon Musk, SpaceX CEO, recently claimed that the company’s Starship rockets can be sent into orbit at 1% of NASA’s c...

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