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Virgin Orbit Is Planning An Ambitious Mission To Mars In 2022

On Oct 9, 2019
@ForbesTech shared
RT @Forbes: Virgin Orbit announced today its ambitious mission to Mars in 2022 https://t.co/VBqn68bPKP https://t.co/xxG6xPGMAy
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The California-based company plans to launch small scientific satellites to Mars, Venus, and the asteroid belt, opening a new window to Solar System exploration.

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On Oct 9, 2019
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RT @Forbes: Virgin Orbit announced today its ambitious mission to Mars in 2022 https://t.co/VBqn68bPKP https://t.co/xxG6xPGMAy
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Virgin Orbit Is Planning An Ambitious Mission To Mars In 2022

The California-based company plans to launch small scientific satellites to Mars, Venus, and the asteroid belt, opening a new window to Solar System exploration.


On Oct 1, 2019
@ForbesTech shared
RT @Forbes: Relativity Space just raised $140 million to send its 3D-printed rockets into orbit https://t.co/Qcz9y4jwnx by @TheAlexKnapp https://t.co/WB7NPYW0zI
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Relativity Space Just Raised $140 Million To Send Its 3D-Printed Rockets Into Orbit

Rocket startup Relativity Space, which is building 3D-printed rockets, is on track to launch its first commercial payload in 2021 thanks to a $140 million series C funding round.

On Oct 11, 2019
@Forbes shared
A Japanese space junk company is building a spacecraft that will remove satellites from orbit https://t.co/Yg4CAgOgeN https://t.co/xQ7yBvMYNx
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A Japanese Space Junk Company Is Building A Spacecraft To Practice Removing Satellites From Orbit

Astroscale, a Japanese-based company that wants to clean up space debris from orbit, has announced that it has begun construction of its first prototype spacecraft that will test some of ...

On Oct 3, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
Orbit Fab raises $3M to make orbital refueling easier, cheaper and more accessible https://t.co/eff9AR8ezO by @etherington https://t.co/mjn7wfvbGL
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Orbit Fab raises $3M to make orbital refueling easier, cheaper and more accessible

Orbit Fab, one of the companies competing in this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield in San Francisco this week, has closed a seed round of $3 million. The funding comes from Type 1 ...

On Oct 11, 2019
@ISUnet shared
In conversation with @ISUnet @ChrisStott CEO of ManSat, Dr. Kennedy discussed why he left the Space Development Agency, which was supposed to have the goal of leapfrogging the current DoD space architecture. @SatelliteInnovation https://t.co/y2qGU40Hel https://t.co/12usMnZnM6
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Satnews Daily

As always at this Silicon Valley event, there were discussions about investment strategies and the opportunities for new capital as well as speculation on market growth related to in-flight ...

On Sep 30, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @SpaceAdvisor: [email protected] is looking for ideas from private companies to deliver supplies to its proposed Gateway outpost around the moon, the flagship station for the agency's #Artemisprogram to return to the lunar surface. via @SPACEdotcom https://t.co/U6yAXu435K
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NASA Wants Ideas for Private Cargo Ships to Supply a Lunar Gateway

The craft will deliver supplies to the lunar Gateway.

On Oct 1, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
Relativity, a new star in the space race, raises $140 million for its 3-D printed rockets https://t.co/GAkhjnAHSL by @jshieber
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Relativity, a new star in the space race, raises $140 million for its 3-D printed rockets

With $140 million in new financing, Relativity Space is now one step closer to fulfilling its founders’ vision of making the first rockets on Mars. Tagging along for the ride are a motley ...

On Oct 1, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
Spending today at CONFER’s Global Satellite Servicing Forum, discussing some of the issues with on-orbit servicing, including economics and regulations: https://t.co/8BvnEcyRRO
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1825 Connecticut Ave NW 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20009 08:30 Registration With continental breakfast available 09:00 Opening Welcome Dr. Brian Weeden, CONFERS Executive Director Jim Armor, ...

On Oct 4, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @CHenry_SN: French startup @CAILabs raised 8 million euros from investors that include @SAFRAN and the French Armed Forces Ministry. Satellite laser-comm is a target market. https://t.co/Muo2Lp83lL
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French photonics startup Cailabs raises $8.8 million

Cailabs, a Rennes, France-based company founded in 2013, says it has developed a technology that controls the shape of light within optical fibers, enabling a thousandfold increase in data ...

On Oct 7, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @SpaceNews_Inc: FIRST UP |  NASA completes first of 10 fall spacewalks • SDA seeks $11B for 250-satellite constellation • Jason-2 ends 11-year mission - https://t.co/J023yEQvwf
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Two NASA astronauts performed a spacewalk Sunday to continue work replacing batteries in the International Space Station's power system. The battery spacewalks will use a rotating set of ...

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On Oct 11, 2019
@pbdes shared
Smallsat launcher startup @PLD_Space says engine-test anomalies will delay suborbital flight; funding not an issue. @esa @EU_H2020 @infoGMV @ElecnorDeimos @JME_Ventures.https://t.co/pgM12IDZQP
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Small-launcher startup PLD Space says engine-test anomalies will delay inaugural suborbital flight test

PARIS — Startup smallsat launch-service provider PLD Space has suffered a series of engine test-firing anomalies in recent months, including one explosion, that will delay its first ...

On Oct 3, 2019
@b0yle shared
[email protected] and @WWU win @NASA's nod to make a geology tool for #Mars: https://t.co/WbXtGLLF1W #GoForGoniometer https://t.co/w0V71z2dsv
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First Mode and Western Washington Univ. win NASA’s nod to make Mars geology tool

Seattle’s First Mode team and Western Washington University say they’ve won a NASA contract to advance the technology for sizing up rocks on Mars.

On Oct 1, 2019
@NASAJPL shared
Avoiding Jupiter’s monstrous shadow, solar-powered @NASAJuno changes course to continue its mission in the sunlight: https://t.co/WvxjEmWjwM https://t.co/2sg6EPwlGb
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NASA's Juno Prepares to Jump Jupiter's Shadow

NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter successfully executed a 10.5-hour propulsive maneuver to avoid a mission-ending shadow cast by Jupiter during an upcoming flyby.

On Oct 1, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
Small launch vehicle company Relativity Space has closed a new funding round of $140 million, enough to get it through a first launch of its Terran 1 rocket in early 2021 while building up its 3D-printing production capability. https://t.co/2gGjF8wsbl
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Relativity Space raises $140 million

Small launch vehicle firm Relativity Space announced Oct. 1 it raised a new round of $140 million, a sign of investor confidence despite strong competition.

On Oct 15, 2019
@esa shared
A huge protective container, specially designed for the new family of telecommunications satellites developed under ESA’s #SpacebusNeo Partnership Project, has arrived in Cannes - ready for the first in this series, @Eutelsat_SA #Konnect 👉 https://t.co/x92aFIPDhb https://t.co/HxtvUpQajx
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Huge satellite shipping container arrives in Cannes

A protective container specially designed for the new family of telecommunications satellites developed under ESA’s Spacebus Neo Partnership Project has arrived in Cannes. The impressive ...

On Oct 9, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
The International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight (ISPCS) is starting today in Las Cruces, NM. Among other things, looking forward to some commercial crew updates from Boeing and SpaceX. https://t.co/CmqO5HcIMM
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2019 Agenda

Opening Reception Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces Sponsored by: New Mexico State University Wednesday, October 9 Breakfast Introduction Opening Entertainment Opening Remarks: Pat Hynes, ISPCS ...

On Oct 11, 2019
@pbdes shared
RT @AF_SMC: Next Generation OPIR Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting (GEO) Satellite Program completes preliminary design review. https://t.co/NrCG9Hfi2A
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Next Generation OPIR Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting (GEO) Satellite Program Completes Preliminary Design Review

The Next Generation OPIR Geosynchronous Earth Orbiting (GEO) satellite program, commonly referred to as NGG, achieved another major milestone in 2019 by completing its system/ground and ...

On Sep 30, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @RocketLab: We are at just L-14 days until Electron's 9th mission! From 14 October UTC the launch window opens for 'As The Crow Flies' - a dedicated commercial mission for Astro Digital. More info: https://t.co/AEI4q7f6EL https://t.co/tBZd0OqSZH
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Next Mission: Make It Rain

The Make It Rain mission will launch multiple spacecraft as part of a rideshare flight procured by Spaceflight. The launch window will open in late June, with launch taking place from ...

On Oct 1, 2019
@Pomerantz shared
RT @Mars_Chlorine: Job posting board for planetary sciences including faculty, government, and postdoc positions. https://t.co/3GSN1K6BMe
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Job Postings

ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Location: The University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT Position: Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor - Dept. of Geology and Geophysics Deadline: ...

On Oct 10, 2019
@esa shared
Europe’s orbital laboratory #Columbus is open for business and we are inviting innovative European companies to enhance its operations on the @Space_Station and on the ground through to 2030. Find out more and get involved 👉 https://t.co/LdK44K1kgS https://t.co/Wo1oAbh0gw
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Call for innovation to advance Europe’s lab in space

The International Space Station is open for business and ESA is calling on industry to help extend the capabilities of Europe’s Columbus laboratory to support science and technology in ...