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NASA is working with university teams to develop tiny tech for space trips

On Mar 19, 2020
@ISUnet shared
NASA, With Nine University Teams, To Develop Satellite Technologies For Future Moon Missions https://t.co/BRylHrgEng
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While NASA has big plans to return humans to the moon in 2024, the agency is also thinking small by working to support the development of tiny robots and satellites.

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On Mar 19, 2020
@ISUnet shared
NASA, With Nine University Teams, To Develop Satellite Technologies For Future Moon Missions https://t.co/BRylHrgEng
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NASA is working with university teams to develop tiny tech for space trips

While NASA has big plans to return humans to the moon in 2024, the agency is also thinking small by working to support the development of tiny robots and satellites.


On Mar 18, 2020
@SETIInstitute shared
Young researchers had to think of biological experiments to run in a number of @esa’s partner particle accelerators around Europe. The best proposals won the opportunity to fire up the accelerator and shoot atomic particles at their experiment. https://t.co/jB17g1h9hg https://t.co/8aEIzl2h1A
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Growing stem cells for deep space exploration

Radiation protection is the final frontier in human space exploration.

On Mar 26, 2020
@Bradford_Space shared
Tonight! Bradford Space is sponsoring a virtual panel on spacecraft propulsion in conjunction with SVS and @bakerbotts with Bradford Director @IanFichten keynoting, plus Rob Hoyt of Tethers Unlimited Inc and Vanessa Clark of @AtomosSpace 6pm PT, 9pm ET https://t.co/V0TEfY9TAF
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Satellite propulsion

Propulsion for small and medium size satellites

On Mar 25, 2020
@Consensys_Space shared
RT @SWFoundation: “Space is inherently a global activity. Does everybody understand what it means to behave responsibly? Can governments put an appropriate amount of regulation in place?" - SWF's Krystal Azelton in the latest issue of @ViaSatellite. Read more here: https://t.co/XLAcnqYDSX
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Sustainable Space: Utopian Dream or Reality?

“The concern is whether all of these industries and technologies are regulated in a way that’s beneficial to both the organization and everyone else,” says Krystal Wilson, director of space ...

On Mar 18, 2020
@csf_spaceflight shared
RT @Nanoracks: We may be stuck at home, but there is some incredible research still happening on @Space_Station today. These pictures from @medialab #BlackBox integration show you just some of the cool science our customers are working on. Learn more: https://t.co/pvrJOioWLF https://t.co/YIn6Ltoyig
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On Mar 20, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
SpaceNews This Week | Coronavirus infects space industry with uncertainty - https://t.co/J4vUjH7UaG https://t.co/Dc4HoPQ3nV
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Blue Origin pressing on with rocket and engine development as industry copes with coronavirus

WASHINGTON — NASA has elevated two centers to the highest level of its pandemic response plan, halting preparations for a major test of the Space Launch System. In a statement late March ...

On Mar 25, 2020
@SpaceRef shared
RT @CanadaInSpace: The first column by Prashant Shukle on SpaceQ, a recurring new feature: MDA to boldly go …. again https://t.co/OsOPM3dWAq #cdnspace #space #MDA #Canada https://t.co/uZ6jAiAt0f
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MDA to boldly go …. again

On the eve of 2020, followers of the Canadian space industry were greeted with exciting news. Northe

On Mar 27, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @AirbusSpace: Airbus successfully completes In Orbit Commissioning of #CHEOPS 🛰 Read more: 🔗 https://t.co/jow5vPBeZg https://t.co/bJwBpaElLf
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Airbus successfully completes In Orbit Commissioning of CHEOPS

Airbus has received confirmation from ESA of a successful end to the In Orbit Commissioning (IOC) of CHEOPS after the IOC review yesterday. This critical phase was performed by Airbus in ...

On Mar 28, 2020
@spacecom shared
Airbus Successfully Completes In-orbit Commissioning of CHEOPS Exoplanet Satellite https://t.co/Plwy6hwkTV via @spacecom
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Airbus Successfully Completes In-orbit Commissioning of CHEOPS Exoplanet Satellite

This critical phase was performed by Airbus in Spain with the support of the Instrument Team (University of Bern), Mission Operation Centre (INTA), Science Operation Centre (University of ...

On Mar 19, 2020
@SPACEdotcom shared
The year 2022 is going to be lit! (With NASA space launches.) https://t.co/1ziZcuXyRw https://t.co/MXGYhr5FGM
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The year 2022 is going to be lit! (With NASA space launches.)

2022 is going to be big for science at NASA, with science missions observing Earth, the universe and everything in between.

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On Mar 23, 2020
@Via_Satellite shared
Space investment is "no longer just a play for billionaires.” https://t.co/9Y4s5qazt6
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Once the Domain of Billionaires, Space Investment Diversifies

Space investments by billionaire “geeks for space,” such as Paul Allen and Jeff Bezos, have brought attention to the burgeoning commercial space startup sector. Razor’s Edge Ventures was ...

On Mar 25, 2020
@spacecom shared
New Inventions Putting Squeeze on Satellite Data https://t.co/UT9ReJVAMS via @spacecom
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New Inventions Putting Squeeze on Satellite Data

ESA spacecraft operations engineer David Evans has invented a family of telemetry compression methods, one of which is about to turned into a data compression standard by the Consultative ...

On Mar 26, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @marinakoren: It is strange, and sometimes difficult, to cover my usual beat—space exploration—right now. But the coronavirus has pressed a pandemic-size pause button there, too: https://t.co/G8Ckcp2dFm
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The Pandemic Has Grounded Humankind

Space missions around the world are on hold—a poignant reminder of how COVID-19 has upended civilization.

On Mar 22, 2020
@spacecom shared
CNES Directors Give Approval to Trishna, Space Inspire Programs https://t.co/GClFYDZoVE via @spacecom
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CNES Directors Give Approval to Trishna, Space Inspire Programs

PARIS LES HALLES, France (CNES PR) — On Thursday, 12 March, CNES’s Board of Directors convened for its 362nd session at the agency’s Head Office in Paris Les Halles, giving the go-ahead to ...

On Mar 17, 2020
@jeff_foust shared
RT @RocketLab: It's official! @NASA has awarded Rocket Lab Category 1 Certification for the Electron launch vehicle, providing confidence for NASA’s scientific, educational and technology demonstration small satellites. More here: https://t.co/dbvJp4eBtc https://t.co/az0qNLH0fl
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Rocket Lab’s Electron Launch Vehicle Certified by NASA

*Rocket Lab’s Electron Launch Vehicle Certified by NASA *

On Mar 30, 2020
@jeff_foust shared
RT @AJ_FI: Some #Covid19 space industry updates: Engineering test campaigns on ESA's Galileo Batch 3 navigation satellites suspended; Wuhan-based rocket company preparing for launch; Global Space Exploration Conference (GLEX 2020) postponed until September. https://t.co/UxU0V7XJxH
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Coronavirus updates: The latest COVID-19 news for the global space industry

Ongoing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic's impact on the global space industry. Follow our reporters on Twitter for updates. Sign up for our newsletters. 

On Mar 25, 2020
@SPACEdotcom shared
Welders wanted: SpaceX is hiring to ramp up production of stainless steel Starship https://t.co/t9GD4EVDvy https://t.co/EN8x62oENe
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On Mar 16, 2020
@csf_spaceflight shared
RT @RocketLab: The countdown to our next launch is on! We're excited to confirm that our next mission will launch satellites for @NASA, @NatReconOfc and the University of New South Wales Canberra Space. The launch window opens 27 March UTC. More info: https://t.co/4xePCeqFI5 https://t.co/DlV6gQsGQl
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Rocket Lab’s Next Mission to Launch Satellites for NASA, NRO and the University of New South Wales

*Rocket Lab’s Next Mission to Launch Satellites for NASA, NRO and the University of New South Wales*

On Mar 26, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
The European Space Agency said Tuesday it is suspending regular operations of four of its missions, including one recently launched spacecraft, to reduce staffing needs during the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/HSMASkoiLf https://t.co/tDqykXmOVj
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ESA puts four science missions on hold during pandemic

The European Space Agency announced March 24 it is suspending regular operations of four of its missions to reduce staffing during the coronavirus pandemic.