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Leading the new space age: government backs ambitious plans for the UK in space

On Jun 5, 2019
@pbdes shared
RT @CSkidmoreUK: We will invest in @SpaceCornwall @Virgin_Orbit with @CornwallCouncil and @LEPCornwall_IoS to create Europe’s first horizontal space launch capability. A key part of our #industrialstrategy and a fantastic opportunity to lead the New Space Age #LaunchUK https://t.co/srhASYhqeX
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UK will play a leading role in the new space age, with new support for domestic satellite launch capability, space weather forecasting, and a National Space Council.

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On Jun 5, 2019
@pbdes shared
RT @CSkidmoreUK: We will invest in @SpaceCornwall @Virgin_Orbit with @CornwallCouncil and @LEPCornwall_IoS to create Europe’s first horizontal space launch capability. A key part of our #industrialstrategy and a fantastic opportunity to lead the New Space Age #LaunchUK https://t.co/srhASYhqeX
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Leading the new space age: government backs ambitious plans for the UK in space

UK will play a leading role in the new space age, with new support for domestic satellite launch capability, space weather forecasting, and a National Space Council.


On Jun 10, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @SpaceNews_Inc: FIRST UP | Raytheon, United Technologies to merge; Trump tweet sows space policy confusion; NASA rolls out ISS commercialization plan; Falcon Heavy launch slips - https://t.co/CD4hvp1ihW https://t.co/Y3rACDVbgw
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Several hours later, NASA and White House officials said that the administration was still committed to sending humans back to the moon, noting it was long-standing policy that Mars was the ...

On Jun 14, 2019
@joe_landon shared
“It’s not just about collecting the #data and then sending it back to the ground...it’s about analyzing the information in #space." @LockheedMartin @Geekwire https://t.co/s8cZVEmHKI
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Lockheed Martin studies how to use a cloud of satellites for space missions

More and more computing is being done in the cloud, but so far, the cloud-based approach hasn’t been applied in space. Lockheed Martin is thinking about changing that.

On Jun 5, 2019
@esa shared
The 35-m #deepspace antenna in #NewNorcia, Western Australia, has a new team, led by Suzy Jackson of Australia's national science agency @CSIROnews. Find out more about looking after one of ESA's biggest eyes on the sky: https://t.co/tJ7CsucMaX https://t.co/sRjdceN0QA
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New era for New Norcia deep space antenna

The 35-m deep space antenna in New Norcia, Western Australia, is being looked after by a new team, led for the first time by a female site manager, Suzy Jackson.

On Jun 10, 2019
@TechCrunch shared
NASA details Deep Space Atomic Clock and other tests launching on SpaceX Falcon Heavy https://t.co/34QsMqwH6o by @etherington https://t.co/ntdvkx3AZt
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NASA details Deep Space Atomic Clock and other tests launching on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

SpaceX’s next mission for its Falcon Heavy high-capacity rocket is set for June 24, when it’ll take off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida with 20 satellites on board that comprise ...

On Jun 7, 2019
@timmermansr shared
Head in the clouds or firmly on the ground? Interesting launcher and other space company comparison lists, with an added 'reality rating' twist. Check it out: https://t.co/DxsTNR79Xb #ISDC2019 https://t.co/ZrzaTRMYvm
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A Reality Check for the Space Industry

The SpaceFund Reality rating (SFR) provides critical, intelligent, and thorough information about the status of the growing space industry.

On Jun 10, 2019
@NASAWatch shared
RT @RichardGarriott: NASA is opening the space station to $35,000-a-night visits. A tourist [ahem-private astronaut] who paid Russia $30 million to get there a decade ago says it's a 'seismic shift.' https://t.co/CUbAzSjEKx via @businessinsider
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NASA is opening the space station to $35,000-a-night visits. A tourist who paid Russia $30 million to get there a decade ago says it's a 'seismic shift.'

Richard Garriott, who spent two weeks visiting the space station in 2008, said NASA used to fight the idea of private ISS visitors.

On Jun 12, 2019
@spacecom shared
University of Adelaide Researchers Working on Extracting Materials From Asteroids https://t.co/wmNHKEyCfx via @spacecom
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University of Adelaide Researchers Working on Extracting Materials From Asteroids

ADELAIDE, Australia (University of Adelaide PR) — Work by a team of University of Adelaide scientists to perfect metal and mineral extraction processes is bringing the possibility of mining ...

On Jun 6, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @RussianSpaceWeb: Upper composite with the Spektr-RG observatory is now fully assembled and being prepared for integration with its #Proton rocket. Launch is scheduled for 15:17 Moscow Time: Mission details, updates: https://t.co/aJZ8JvXpej https://t.co/zYiyvmuj1s
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Spektr-RG to expand horizons of X-ray astronomy

History of the Spektr-RG mission by Anatoly Zak

On Jun 7, 2019
@Eutelsat_SA shared
RT @thalessecurity: [#SatCom] @Maxar and @Eutelsat_SA are going to participate in the @NASA’s Space Relay #Partnership and Services Study! 👏🌌➡ https://t.co/YlK1r75dfJ via @Via_Satellite https://t.co/3O8TGEZWYZ
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Eutelsat, Maxar Selected for NASA Study

Maxar Technologies and Eutelsat were selected to participate in NASA's Space Relay Partnership and Services Study. This studies future systems that could revolutionize NASA’s space-based ...

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On Jun 14, 2019
@spacecom shared
RUAG Space’s Unique Tilting Satellite Dispenser System Takes Flight with RADARSAT Mission https://t.co/Xkvnz7bt04 via @spacecom
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RUAG Space’s Unique Tilting Satellite Dispenser System Takes Flight with RADARSAT Mission

BERN, Switzerland (RUAG Space PR) — Using its rich heritage of designing and building satellite dispensers, RUAG Space developed a unique satellite Dispenser that enables three large radar ...

On Jun 13, 2019
@SpaceRef shared
Unique Tilting Satellite Dispenser System Designed and Built by RUAG Space Takes Flight https://t.co/LvsixoKPvX #RCMSatellites
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Unique Tilting Satellite Dispenser System Designed and Built by RUAG Space Takes Flight

Unique Tilting Satellite Dispenser System Designed and Built by RUAG Space Takes Flight - SpaceRef

On Jun 4, 2019
@SpaceRef shared
Five Things to Know about NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock https://t.co/YovPCiaYFQ
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Five Things to Know about NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock

Five Things to Know about NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock - SpaceRef

On Jun 3, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @sandygrains: How ISRO can help satellite launch startups tap a billion-dollar (and growing) market by @cosmosguru of @NewSpaceIndia https://t.co/Nr63mr0RtJ
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How ISRO can help satellite launch startups tap a billion-dollar (and growing) market

Commercial satellite launches have emerged as a new business frontier as companies look to place their own devices in space for imagery, cheap internet and other services.

On Jun 10, 2019
@spacecom shared
NASA Spacecraft to use ‘Green’ Fuel for the First Time https://t.co/sy7cjD866o via @spacecom
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NASA Spacecraft to use ‘Green’ Fuel for the First Time

NASA will test the fuel and compatible propulsion system in space for the first time with the Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM), set to launch this month on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy ...

On Jun 12, 2019
@spacecom shared
Five Things to Know About NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock https://t.co/FwrhykBHTE via @spacecom
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Five Things to Know About NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock

Built by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, the Deep Space Atomic Clock is a technology demonstration that will help spacecraft navigate autonomously through deep ...

On Jun 7, 2019
@spacecom shared
Study Focuses on How to Accelerate Pace of Space Exploration and Economic Development https://t.co/6jvyigog8H via @spacecom
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Study Focuses on How to Accelerate Pace of Space Exploration and Economic Development

LOS ANGELES (Reason Foundation PR) — The current structure of the U.S. space program is preventing the country from taking full advantage of technology and private resources that could make ...

On Jun 4, 2019
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
SN MILITARY SPACE | NRO embracing commercial space • SDA actively recruiting • HASC markup loaded with space provisions - https://t.co/iAPGIK2OMl https://t.co/wYmY5jHAKo
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• Strategic Forces markup loaded with space policy provisions

The NRO is watching developments in the space industry and is especially enthused by lower launch prices, Meink tells SpaceNews in an interview on Monday at the 2019 GEOINT geospatial ...

On Jun 7, 2019
@mirikramer shared
Read our story from @afreedma here: https://t.co/TcuMIJMgSs
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On Jun 4, 2019
@esa shared
RT @esaoperations: 🚀To space! But on which rocket?🚀 Teams at #MissionControl match every mission with the perfect rocket – depending on the mass of the spacecraft & where it needs to go Find out more in our new infographic for #RocketWeek: https://t.co/VB7CrBw0BH @vega_sts @esa_sts @Arianespace https://t.co/MCFcDsfqR6
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To space! But on which rocket?

Teams at Mission Control match the needs of ESA missions with the perfect rocket. The choice of rocket depends primarily on the mass of the payload and where it needs to go.The further from ...

On May 31, 2019
@joe_landon shared
RT @lorengrush: Of course I had to wade into the Starlink/mega-constellation vs. astronomy saga. Here’s a deep dive into the concerns that astronomers have over light pollution from huge satellite initiatives. And now to turn off my notifications for the rest of the day https://t.co/vUZWcLBItm https://t.co/v2epygnfYe
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