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On May 27, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @SpaceRef: Space Foundation Launches the Center for Innovation and Education https://t.co/wGW2yLwzSr
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Space Foundation Launches the Center for Innovation and Education

Space Foundation Launches the Center for Innovation and Education

Space Foundation Launches the Center for Innovation and Education - SpaceRef

On May 30, 2020
@SpaceRef shared
RT @NASAWatch: SpaceX's mission: A new chapter in space exploration - and in humanity's age-old quest - by Sean O'Keefe https://t.co/B6JlJum3eE #LaunchAmerica https://t.co/ArEzsnpX2e
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SpaceX's mission: A new chapter in space exploration — and in humanity's age-old quest

SpaceX's mission: A new chapter in space exploration — and in humanity's age-old quest

The Falcon 9 flight opens a new chapter of space exploration, realizing a vision that emerged soon after the Columbia tragedy.

On May 26, 2020
@ForbesTech shared
Billionaire space race – Elon Musk shows sympathy as Branson’s Virgin orbit fails to lift off https://t.co/3Ut9dHqVY4 By @DavidGDawkins https://t.co/QFV4tIsGeb
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Billionaire Space Race – Elon Musk Shows Sympathy As Branson’s Virgin Orbit Fails To Lift Off

Billionaire Space Race – Elon Musk Shows Sympathy As Branson’s Virgin Orbit Fails To Lift Off

Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit has failed in its attempts to launch a rocket over the Pacific Ocean as the space race for the small satellite market hots up.

On May 30, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @SpaceFoundation: Space Foundation launches Center for Innovation and Education - “Every person on planet Earth can find a place in the space economy, regardless of the present state of the job market,” Space Foundation CEO Tom Zelibor 🚀https://t.co/FVOVUGnvpZ via @csbizjournal
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Space Foundation launches Center for Innovation and Education

Space Foundation launches Center for Innovation and Education

The Space Foundation today launched its Center for Innovation and Education, focusing on inclusive, innovative and sustainable workforce development and

On May 29, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
China is preparing to carry out 11 missions in two years to construct a space station and will soon select a new batch of astronauts for the project. https://t.co/JeOBRU7atN https://t.co/kIqeFiCsUD
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China outlines intense space station launch schedule, new astronaut selection

China outlines intense space station launch schedule, new astronaut selection

China is preparing to carry out 11 missions in two years to construct a space station and will soon select a new batch of astronauts for the project.

On May 30, 2020
@esa shared
Today we mark 45 years since the signing of the Convention for the creation of a single European Space Agency on 30 May 1975 👉 https://t.co/hfeSMIoZhT #HappyBirthday #TheEuropeanSpaceAgency https://t.co/S4WEEX9Ny1
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Forty-five years of the ESA Convention

Forty-five years of the ESA Convention

After celebrating the 50th anniversary of the European space cooperation in 2014, we now mark 45 years since the signing of the Convention for the creation of a single European Space Agency ...

On May 29, 2020
@arstechnica shared
Rocket Report: Virgin Orbit flight ends quickly, Netflix’s hybrid rocket https://t.co/vVnwMt6v4z by @SciGuySpace
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Rocket Report: Virgin Orbit flight ends quickly, Netflix’s hybrid rocket

Rocket Report: Virgin Orbit flight ends quickly, Netflix’s hybrid rocket

"We will be very glad, if the Americans have an alternative system."

On May 29, 2020
@SpaceFoundation shared
"The return of American human spaceflight can also drive a greater need for data analytics, energy research, space-related health care, cybersecurity, & more, some of which the military might handle," - @SpaceFoundation COO, Shelli Brunswick https://t.co/VT7yUmXQCX
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For Clues About Space Force’s Future, Look to Crew Dragon

For Clues About Space Force’s Future, Look to Crew Dragon

Some space watchers say NASA’s return to launching astronauts from U.S. soil this week could shape the far future of military manned spaceflight.