Top news of the week: 07.07.2020.

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On Jul 5, 2020
@pbdes shared
RT @Heads_InSpace: We're setting our sights on the next phase of the Faraday programme, following last night's devastating loss of Faraday-1. We'll also be working hard with our customers on-board our satellite, to ensure their planned missions successfully reach orbit asap. https://t.co/hW3z0GMvfc https://t.co/raQ7xfx4OD
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In-Space Missions has vowed to continue its Faraday satellite programme after the extreme disappointment of losing their maiden satellite Faraday-1.

In-Space Missions has vowed to continue its Faraday satellite programme after the extreme disappointment of losing their maiden satellite Faraday-1.

In-Space Missions has vowed to continue its Faraday satellite programme after the extreme disappointment of losing their maiden satellite Faraday-1.

On Jul 2, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @SpaceNews_Inc: The European Space Agency has awarded 2.5 billion euros in development contracts for six new Earth-observation missions under the Copernicus remote-sensing satellite program. https://t.co/Z8GP1bilBO https://t.co/ymB3ei7duB
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ESA selects prime contractors for six new Copernicus missions

ESA selects prime contractors for six new Copernicus missions

The European Space Agency on July 1 awarded 2.5 billion euros in development contracts for six new Earth-observation missions under the Copernicus remote-sensing satellite program.

On Jul 3, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
RT @CHenry_SN: Full story on OneWeb here: https://t.co/1waeoqr03y https://t.co/Oan9s1k3O6
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British government and Bharti Global buy OneWeb, plan $1 billion investment to revive company

British government and Bharti Global buy OneWeb, plan $1 billion investment to revive company

The British government and Indian mobile network operator Bharti Global placed a winning bid to acquire OneWeb, a broadband megaconstellation startup that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ...

On Jul 6, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @KerrieDougherty: Why outer space matters in a post-pandemic world https://t.co/lq3hBXQHoh via @ConversationEDU
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Why outer space matters in a post-pandemic world

Why outer space matters in a post-pandemic world

Australia's space industry is booming despite the impact of coronavirus.

On Jul 1, 2020
@spacecom shared
NASA Names Joel Montalbano International Space Station Program Manager https://t.co/tu3pgXm4Nc via @spacecom
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NASA Names Joel Montalbano International Space Station Program Manager

NASA Names Joel Montalbano International Space Station Program Manager

WASHINGTON (NASA PR) — Kathy Lueders, NASA’s associate administrator for Human Exploration and Operations, has named Joel Montalbano as manager of the International Space Station …

On Jul 3, 2020
@timmermansr shared
RT @spacetechexpo: 🌟WEBINAR ALERT🌟 Join us and our fantastic line up of speakers from @BryceSpaceTech , Space Tango, @Nanoracks and @Syndicate708 as they discuss the future of space technology R&D and investment. Register for your space here: https://t.co/fmSmFDo9Sk #spacetechexpo #webinar https://t.co/rf90IR5twv
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Cultivating Space Technology R&D and Investment Following the Covid-19 Pandemic

Cultivating Space Technology R&D and Investment Following the Covid-19 Pandemic

Interactive Panel Discussion with live Q&A Space technology businesses had to reprioritize their activities during the pandemic, resulting in an expected increased strategic investment in ...

On Jun 30, 2020
@SPACEdotcom shared
Steampunk space exploration? Icy moon robot could hop around on steam power. https://t.co/sUD0zzwTEm https://t.co/qpA759DejW
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Steampunk space exploration? Icy moon robot could hop around on steam power.

Steampunk space exploration? Icy moon robot could hop around on steam power.

NASA's wild ideas department is evaluating whether future missions to the solar system's outer moons could use steam-powered hoppers to get around.

On Jul 5, 2020
@spacecom shared
Space BD to Provide Small Satellite Deployment Service from ISS for Myanmar’s Sirst Micro-satellite https://t.co/zdwsaKWhzP via @spacecom
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Space BD to Provide Small Satellite Deployment Service from ISS for Myanmar’s Sirst Micro-satellite

Space BD to Provide Small Satellite Deployment Service from ISS for Myanmar’s Sirst Micro-satellite

TOKYO (Space BD PR) — Space BD Inc., the leading space startup in Japan that provides access to space using the International Space Station Japanese Experiment Module “Kibo” and …