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After Soyuz Abort, Russia Wants 3 Successful Robotic Flights Before Next Crew Launch

A pair minutes after liftoff on Oct. 11, a Soyuz rocket failed, sending the 2 astronauts aboard plummeting again to Earth and prompting a Russian investigation into what went fallacious. Credit score: NASA/Invoice Ingalls The Russian house company, Roscosmos, preliminary report from its investigation into the failed Oct. 11 …

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NASA contracts with Astrobotic to develop software for icy moon landings

Laurel Kornfeld October 18th, 2018 Picture Credit score: astrobotic NASA has contracted with Astrobotic Technology, Inc., an organization that develops house robotics for planetary missions, for the design of navigation software program able to guiding robotic landers on future missions to the photo voltaic system’s icy moons, which may harbor …

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Air Force contracts with Blue Origin for use of New Glenn reusable rocket

Laurel Kornfeld October 14th, 2018 An artist’s rendering of Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket throughout an ascent into orbit. Picture Credit score: Blue Origin The U.S. Air Force has contracted with business spaceflight firm Blue Origin for the usage of its New Glenn reusable rocket to launch its Nationwide Safety House …

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