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Air-breathing rocket engines: the future of space flight

On Oct 16, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @AsgardiaSpace: Reusability is vital to make access to space more affordable. #OliverNailard describes how UK's @ReactionEngines hopes to revolutionize space access with a new class of propulsion system, the Synergetic Air Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE). https://t.co/qDn4oRxAXn
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UK firm Reaction Engines hopes to revolutionize space access with a new class of propulsion system for reusable vehicles, as Oliver Nailard explains

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On Oct 16, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @AsgardiaSpace: Reusability is vital to make access to space more affordable. #OliverNailard describes how UK's @ReactionEngines hopes to revolutionize space access with a new class of propulsion system, the Synergetic Air Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE). https://t.co/qDn4oRxAXn
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Air-breathing rocket engines: the future of space flight

Air-breathing rocket engines: the future of space flight

UK firm Reaction Engines hopes to revolutionize space access with a new class of propulsion system for reusable vehicles, as Oliver Nailard explains



On Oct 15, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @SpaceRef: The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Congratulates the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation On Publication of the Streamlined Launch and Reentry Licensing Regulation https://t.co/oXjTwjyAZu
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The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Congratulates the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation On Publication of the Streamlined Launch and

The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Congratulates the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation On Publication of the Streamlined Launch and

The Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Congratulates the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation On Publication of the Streamlined Launch and - SpaceRef

On Oct 14, 2020
@SpaceRef shared
RT @ISS_CASIS: [email protected]'s Dan Platt has been involved with the @Space_Station since it was in the Space Station Processing Facility! As we celebrate the #SpaceStation20th anniversary of continuing human presence on the ISS, read his thoughts on the next 20 years: https://t.co/3akhw0SczY https://t.co/Xl4WVXHw2j
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Gaining Momentum: The Best is Yet to Come

Gaining Momentum: The Best is Yet to Come

This guest contribution is part of our ISS20 series commemorating 20 years of continuous human presence on the ISS through a collection of visionary contributions on the future of ...

On Oct 13, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @SpaceRef: “The Space Report” Finds Commercial Space Revenue Climbs to $336.89 Billion in 2019 https://t.co/MW0zQns6DV #IAC2020
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“The Space Report” Finds Commercial Space Revenue Climbs to $336.89 Billion in 2019

“The Space Report” Finds Commercial Space Revenue Climbs to $336.89 Billion in 2019

“The Space Report” Finds Commercial Space Revenue Climbs to $336.89 Billion in 2019 - SpaceRef

On Oct 15, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
Opinion | Commitment to space exploration should be on the ballot https://t.co/Z2zwwgrFQp https://t.co/Ibk9ydOdnG
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Op-ed | Commitment to space exploration should be on the ballot

Op-ed | Commitment to space exploration should be on the ballot

With less than a month to go in this election cycle, the public is awash in big issues, COVID and healthcare to national defense and economic recovery.  Lest we forget, an issue also on the ...

On Oct 13, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
RT @csa_asc: Today, the CSA proudly joins seven other space agencies in signing the #ArtemisAccords. This commitment is an important step towards ensuring safe and sustainable exploration beyond Earth’s orbit: https://t.co/rwRoCoIHGE. https://t.co/5S4Cj3TS59
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Moon exploration news

Moon exploration news

Latest news about the Moon's exploration.

On Oct 19, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
[email protected] has awarded contracts for work on elements of its moon and Mars exploration program, ranging from modules for the lunar Gateway to a mission to return Mars samples to Earth. https://t.co/xSn2V9nKCc https://t.co/eBlyD1WSC6
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ESA awards contracts for moon and Mars exploration

ESA awards contracts for moon and Mars exploration

ESA has awarded contracts for work on elements of its moon and Mars exploration program, such as modules for the lunar Gateway and Mars Sample Return.

On Oct 17, 2020
@jeff_foust shared
@wikkit SSTL is working on a lunar communications orbiter called Lunar Pathfinder. https://t.co/fdSzRtvVSA
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SSTL Kicks-Off Lunar Pathfinder Communications Mission

SSTL Kicks-Off Lunar Pathfinder Communications Mission

Press Release - SSTL announces the kick off for the implementation phase of its Lunar data-relay spacecraft, Lunar Pathfinder. It will provide S-band and UHF links to lunar assets and an ...

On Oct 13, 2020
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
[email protected], the Canadian firm preparing to launch a constellation of methane-monitoring satellites, announced that the sensor on its Iris satellite launched in early September detects methane emissions five times as well as Claire, its predecessor. https://t.co/L8fbVUmoxO https://t.co/cl4rkP6zPq
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GHGSat lauds performance of methane-monitoring satellite

GHGSat lauds performance of methane-monitoring satellite

GHGSat, the Canadian firm preparing to launch a constellation of methane-monitoring satellites, announced Oct. 8 that the sensor on its Iris satellite launched in early September detects ...

On Oct 15, 2020
@SpaceFoundation shared
"According to The Space Report, the spending on infrastructure and support industries for space rose by 16.1% to $119.17 billion last year. There was also a 48% increase in global commercial spacecraft missions to 251." Read more from @InvestorPlace: https://t.co/OSxjPj6nUh
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Prime Lightworks Stock: Yes, You Can Invest In a Space Startup

Prime Lightworks Stock: Yes, You Can Invest In a Space Startup

Prime Lightworks is doing something very bold for a startup – that is, the company is building a fully electric propulsion system for spacecraft. Seeing an interesting opportunity, he ...

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On Oct 15, 2020
@Pomerantz shared
RT @ISUnet: ISU Alum Abimbola Alale! Meet @ISUnet Dr. Abimbola Alale: The Woman behind Nigeria’s gigantic satellite ambition https://t.co/ySgJ8cLUMl
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Meet Dr. Abimbola Alale: The Woman behind Nigeria’s gigantic satellite ambition

Meet Dr. Abimbola Alale: The Woman behind Nigeria’s gigantic satellite ambition

Dr. Abimbola Alale, MD and CEO of Nigcomsat, talks to Vijaya Cherian about Nigeria’s space ambitions and how she is helping to drive that vision.

On Oct 16, 2020
@SpaceflightNow shared
NASA plans awards of $372 million to 14 companies to advance technology for human missions to the moon and Mars. Most of the money will support demonstrations by SpaceX, ULA & other companies that could lead to in-space refueling and propellant depots. https://t.co/3gbmlmXtsh https://t.co/XwSdRkxZUQ
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NASA selects proposals to demonstrate in-space refueling and propellant depot tech

NASA selects proposals to demonstrate in-space refueling and propellant depot tech

Most of the money will support flight demonstrations by SpaceX, United Launch Alliance, and other companies that could lead to in-space refueling and propellant depots for reusable lunar ...

On Oct 18, 2020
@NASAWatch shared
Plight of the Griffin: Former (former) #NASA Administrator (Mike Griffin) Views Space Agency Lunar Architecture Elements as “Clap Trap” https://t.co/kSLUrJAm5t
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Plight of the Griffin: Former NASA Administrator Views Space Agency Lunar Architecture Elements as “Clap Trap”

Plight of the Griffin: Former NASA Administrator Views Space Agency Lunar Architecture Elements as “Clap Trap”

  Mike Griffin previously served as NASA Administrator (2005-2009). He spoke during the Mars Society's "Rising Together to Mars" meeting, offering a set of what he termed “provocative ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@pbdes shared
RT @ussfspoc: Avoiding more than 24,000 pieces of trackable space debris is no small feat! Our @NASA Astronauts and international partners aboard the @ISS rely on data from our Space Domain Awareness capabilities to remain safe. #USSF #SpOC #buildingthespaceforce   https://t.co/SG6xSXxijB
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18 SPCS now predicts debris-on-debris collisions in space, enhancing Space Domain Awareness for all

18 SPCS now predicts debris-on-debris collisions in space, enhancing Space Domain Awareness for all

For the first time, the Combined Force Space Component Command’s 18th Space Control Squadron began publically sharing data for debris-on-debris conjunction predictions via ...

On Oct 17, 2020
@spacecom shared
RT @fillingspace_: "Many Taiwanese companies are interested in applying our past experience with mass production in the electronics and telecommunications industries, but now with a focus on NewSpace." #universities #FORMOSAT https://t.co/ETUXEZbNgv
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What is happening in the space sector in Taiwan?

What is happening in the space sector in Taiwan?

Professor Loren Chang of the Institute of Space Science shares his perspective on how the space sector in Taiwan has developed and where it is going.

On Oct 20, 2020
@esa shared
A fleet of drones carrying blood samples, #COVID19 test kits and #PPE is set to take to the skies: one of three space-based measures designed to support the UK's @NHSuk. The projects are being funded by @spacegov in collaboration with ESA 👉 https://t.co/gix8f2Gyq8 #SpaceCare https://t.co/LyX88bvsY6
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UK companies use space to combat COVID-19

UK companies use space to combat COVID-19

Electric drones carrying blood samples, COVID-19 test kits and personal protective equipment are set to take to the skies. The fleet is one of three space-based measures designed to relieve ...

On Oct 14, 2020
@SpaceRef shared
Spaceflight Inc. Launch Cadence Accelerates with Upcoming Electron and PSLV Missions to Expand Constellations https://t.co/ABELTN1yoj
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Spaceflight Inc. Launch Cadence Accelerates with Upcoming Electron and PSLV Missions to Expand Constellations

Spaceflight Inc. Launch Cadence Accelerates with Upcoming Electron and PSLV Missions to Expand Constellations

Spaceflight Inc. Launch Cadence Accelerates with Upcoming Electron and PSLV Missions to Expand Constellations - SpaceRef

On Oct 14, 2020
@AviationWeek shared
The 15 nations in the International Space Station program have maintained a partnership that thrives despite national and international strife. https://t.co/iEUEcor4yB
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While World Changes, Space Station Partnership Holds Strong

While World Changes, Space Station Partnership Holds Strong

Fifteen-nation program marks 20 years of continuous human presence in low Earth orbit.