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#SpaceWatchGL Column: ESPI Brief 38 – In-Orbit Servicing: Challenges and Implications of an Emerging Capability

#SpaceWatchGL Column: ESPI Transient 38 – In-Orbit Servicing: Challenges and Implications of an Rising Functionality – SpaceWatch.International Home / Region / Europe / #SpaceWatchGL Column: ESPI Transient 38 – In-Orbit Servicing: Challenges and Implications of an Rising Functionality As a part of the partnership between SpaceWatch.International and the European Area Coverage Institute, …

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Curiosity Mars Rover: Eyeing Bloodstone Hill

Curiosity Mars Hand Lens Imager photograph produced on Sol 2793, June 14, 2020.Credit score: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS   NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover is now performing Sol 2795 duties. Bloodstone Hill – Curiosity Mast Digicam Left picture acquired on Sol 2793, June 14, 2020.Credit score: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS Studies Kristen Bennett, a planetary geologist on …

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Australia’s first Mission Control Centre contracted to Saber Astronautics

Artist idea of the brand new Mission Management; Credit: Saber Astronautics Australia’s first Mission Management Centre is one step nearer to elevate off with native firm Saber Astronautics chosen to ascertain the state-of-the-art area hub in Adelaide. The Mission Management Centre will present amenities for area companies and researchers to …

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#SpaceWatchGL Column: ESPI Brief 37 – Rethinking the Assessment of the Value of Spectrum

2. Fiercer competitors for entry to spectrum The demand for entry to spectrum is quickly rising, reflecting the emergence of latest spectrum- hungry connectivity ideas, such because the awaited 5G cell networks. This results in spectrum scarcity and creates profound competitors, regardless of rising optimisation of the spectrum utilization (frequency …

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Progress on cruise motors, future wing sets stage for all-electric X-57 ground tests

Vital progress is being made in preparation for NASA’s first all-electric X-plane, the X-57 Maxwell. As NASA completes duties for X-57’s practical floor testing at its Armstrong Flight Analysis Middle in Edwards, California, working towards taxi testing and first flight, meeting and qualification checks are underway on …

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Spaceflight Industries completes rideshare divestiture

WASHINGTON —  Spaceflight Industries has accomplished the sale of its satellite tv for pc rideshare enterprise, Spaceflight Inc., to a pair of Japanese firms following a U.S. regulatory evaluate and the modification of an Intelsat mortgage.  Spaceflight Industries mentioned the sale to Mitsui & Co., in partnership with Yamasa Co., …

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