Top news of the week: 10.03.2020.

#Dragon #Artemis #Moon2024 #NASA_SLS #coronavirus #space #COVID19 #SATShow

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On Mar 4, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
The ongoing #coronavirus epidemic has so far has only a limited effect on the space industry, with few cancellations or other major interruptions. https://t.co/UqCFd8lbkC https://t.co/iqR467KtvB
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Coronavirus epidemic having limited effect so far on space industry

The ongoing coronavirus epidemic has so far has only a limited effect on the space industry, with few cancellations or other major interruptions.

On Mar 5, 2020
@b0yle shared
RT @DARPA: DARPA has established a new partnership by signing an agreement with Space Logistics, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northrop Grumman, to jointly develop and deploy advanced robotic capabilities in space: https://t.co/LpqXS5JvE5 https://t.co/uI1Vv6oLRM
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In-space Robotic Servicing Program Moves Forward with New Commercial Partner

DARPA has entered an agreement with Space Logistics to jointly advance the Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites program DARPA has established a new partnership with U.S. …

On Mar 4, 2020
@pbdes shared
RT @AGItweets: The majority of potentially lethal #space objects—96%—remain untracked. This fact, compounded by outdated space-tracking algorithms, insufficient quality control, and a lack of transparency, degrade flight safety. https://t.co/2QP0aqaKxJ https://t.co/U1u4v3d7bH
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Opinion: It’s Time For Comprehensive Space Traffic Management

The success of the growing commercial space industry is at risk.

On Mar 7, 2020
@esa shared
RT @Space_Station: The @SpaceX #Dragon resupply ship blasts off on time from @NASAKennedy to the space station where it will arrive Monday at 7am ET delivering over 5,600 pounds of science, supplies and hardware for the Exp 62 crew. https://t.co/LyNXvfjob0 https://t.co/RY37OFx43M
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NASA’s Space Environment Testbeds Deploys

A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A in Florida on June 25, 2019, at 2:30 a.m. EDT for the Department of Defense’s …

On Mar 5, 2020
@nytimes shared
Voyager 2 just survived a glitch in deep space that caused it to partially shut down. Next week, NASA needs to shut down the only dish on Earth that can talk to the spacecraft, which is now in interstellar space. https://t.co/1lp4zCyVpS
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When Voyager 2 Calls Home, Earth Soon Won’t Be Able to Answer

NASA will spend 11 months upgrading the only piece of its Deep Space Network that can send commands to the probe, which has crossed into interstellar space.

On Mar 8, 2020
@jeff_foust shared
Satellite 2020 organizers say that about 10% of attendees and 12% of exhibitors have cancelled because of #COVID19. But Elon Musk is still giving his keynote Monday afternoon, which will be webcast. https://t.co/h201D0qH8M
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SATELLITE 2020 and Coronavirus FAQs

SATELLITE 2020 and Coronavirus FAQs Is the building safe to be in?  What are they doing to keep things clean? Yes, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center is safe to be in.  The DC ...

On Mar 3, 2020
@SpaceRef shared
RT @NASAWatch: SLS Has Yet Another New Launch Date https://t.co/LJW3v9E2SV #NASA_SLS @NASA_Orion #Artemis #Moon2024 https://t.co/A8s85887Ld
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SLS Has Yet Another New Launch Date

Jurczyk: Artemis I to Launch in Mid-Late 2021, HLS Contracts Within Weeks, Space Policy Online "NASA Associate Administrator Steve Jurczyk said on Friday that the first launch of …

On Mar 5, 2020
@SPACEdotcom shared
SpaceX to fly private astronauts to space station for startup Axiom in 2021 https://t.co/oNvK1U0pWJ https://t.co/PVWD4lF15F
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SpaceX to fly private astronauts to space station for startup Axiom in 2021

They're going to the International Space Station for Axiom Space.