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Apollo was NASA’s biggest win — but its legacy is holding the agency back

On Jul 17, 2019
@NASAWatch shared
Apollo Was NASA's Biggest Win - But Its Legacy is Holding The Agency Back https://t.co/kQvoTtuU5n by @lorengrush https://t.co/g3J2OhdHcZ
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Why the space agency struggles to achieve its human spaceflight goals

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On Jul 17, 2019
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Apollo Was NASA's Biggest Win - But Its Legacy is Holding The Agency Back https://t.co/kQvoTtuU5n by @lorengrush https://t.co/g3J2OhdHcZ
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Apollo was NASA’s biggest win — but its legacy is holding the agency back

Why the space agency struggles to achieve its human spaceflight goals



On Jul 10, 2019
@NASAWatch shared
RT @SpaceRef: President and CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Testifies Before Congress Regarding Apollo and Future NASA Exploration Plans https://t.co/zVA78liB3o
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President and CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Testifies Before Congress Regarding Apollo and Future NASA Exploration Plans

President and CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration Testifies Before Congress Regarding Apollo and Future NASA Exploration Plans - SpaceRef

On Jul 11, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @SpaceNews_Inc: In a move that took most people in the space industry by surprise, NASA has reassigned two top officials in its exploration program, including Bill Gerstenmaier, the longtime head of NASA’s human spaceflight programs. https://t.co/HdjtMz8ldI https://t.co/MWRkJKz6me
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NASA shakes up exploration leadership

In a move that took most in the space industry by surprise, NASA has reassigned two top officials in its exploration program, including Bill Gerstenmaier.

On Jul 12, 2019
@NASAWatch shared
RT @brianweeden: This is an excellent counterpoint to the hype about commercial space. It’s definitely real and exciting, but still has a lot to prove before we get to “trillions” https://t.co/te5VK2mbX3
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On Jul 16, 2019
@b0yle shared
[email protected]'s Mike Lindsay says his company's "Responsible Space" principles for satellite constellation are laid out at https://t.co/Cc2xD863K9 ... [Could be big issue for @SpaceX #Starlink, @amazon #Kuiper et al.] #newspace2019
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Responsible Space

At OneWeb, we believe good stewardship is good business. We are dedicated to the idea that Space is a shared natural resource which, if used responsibly, can help transform the way we live, ...

On Jul 15, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @Interplanetypod: There’s a slight problem with Russia’s proposed Federation spacecraft https://t.co/uZN1DSzm5d #space
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There’s a slight problem with Russia’s proposed Federation spacecraft

"The Federation spacecraft has a colossal problem in the event of a launch abort."

On Jul 11, 2019
@SPACEdotcom shared
NASA Shakes Up Human Space Exploration Leadership https://t.co/BgVN9QjRbd https://t.co/enckrSUdfS
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NASA Shakes Up Human Space Exploration Leadership

In a move that took most people in the space industry by surprise, NASA has reassigned two top officials in its exploration program, including Bill Gerstenmaier, the longtime head of NASA’s ...

On Jul 11, 2019
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Polish Space Startup Puts First Nanosats Into Orbit, Eyes Constellation and Production Facility https://t.co/upFoLCGjzB https://t.co/I531iTtMRV
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Polish Space Startup Puts First Nanosats Into Orbit, Eyes Constellation and Production Facility

Polish space startup SatRevolution successfully deployed its first two nanosats, the Swiatowid and the KRAKsat, into orbit from the International Space Station July 3.

On Jul 15, 2019
@FastCompany shared
The space industry is booming again. This media company wants to be its voice https://t.co/nP0VZfGkPG
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The space industry is booming again. This media company wants to be its voice

Supercluster is love letter to space nerds—and a potentially clever way to launch a modern media company.

On Jul 14, 2019
@NASAWatch shared
RT @Space_Calendar: Hearing: Moon to Mars: NASA's Plans for Deep Space Exploration, https://t.co/DU3hvTXKUa
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Hearing: Moon to Mars: NASA's Plans for Deep Space Exploration

Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 Location: 216 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC, US, 20510 U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and ...

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On Jul 10, 2019
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
Experts cite benefits, challenges of further space exploration https://t.co/7nE8Vmfon7 https://t.co/33BINcVTSO
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On Jul 12, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
Clearly he didn’t want to conflict with Bridenstine’s testimony next Wednesday: https://t.co/ikPzol5zMx https://t.co/wHyGDEdcm0
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Moon to Mars: NASA’s Plans for Deep Space Exploration

U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, will convene a hearing titled, “Moon to Mars: NASA’s Plans for Deep Space Exploration,” ...

On Jul 17, 2019
@SpaceNews_Inc shared
The Aerospace Corporation finds new purpose in space https://t.co/HvmV3PpyAo https://t.co/SM1XAzrDI6
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On Jul 11, 2019
@csa_asc shared
In February, Canada committed to the Lunar #Gateway. Our participation is part of a common vision for the future of human space exploration, and builds on an important lunar legacy. #ArtemisGeneration, are you ready? https://t.co/XkppRQ1mvo. #Apollo50 Photo: ESA/NASA https://t.co/9krJTbKRm7
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Moon exploration news

The Moon represents a crucial stepping stone in humanity's quest to travel onwards to Mars.

On Jul 14, 2019
@spacecom shared
FCC Chairman Pai Calls for Streamlined Smallsat Regulations https://t.co/WmIgQcxJLp via @spacecom
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FCC Chairman Pai Calls for Streamlined Smallsat Regulations

Today, we see reusable rockets, satellites and launch vehicles being miniaturized, and startups popping up all over the country. That’s why we are committed to streamlining our regulatory ...

On Jul 15, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @NewSpaceIndia: The rise of the Chinese space start-ups should ring alarm bells in Delhi. The problem is, it isn't! https://t.co/PWXb2mr3Bb https://t.co/tpTuVuTIzu
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India must boost start-ups to catch up with China’s private space firms

Chinese space start-ups raised 555 million US dollars in 2018 alone, India was nowhere close. A govt push could create jobs & boost tax revenue.

On Jul 12, 2019
@NASAhistory shared
To add to your #WeekendReads, might we suggest this recent article, "Déjà vu or sea change? Comparing two generations of large satellite constellation proposals." Co-written by our very own Steve Garber in @tsr. Read here: https://t.co/QpKXfrJija #ICYMI https://t.co/15ohDIuVpA
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Déjà vu or sea change? Comparing two generations of large satellite constellation proposals

Outside the space community, a Morgan Stanley analyst predicted that the space economy will triple its current level to over $1 trillion by 2040, with broadband Internet access representing ...

On Jul 16, 2019
@Via_Satellite shared
[email protected]: Government Space is Business Space https://t.co/uNzAIieR3M
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Government Space is Business Space

What’s the proper dividing line between what government does and what business does? This is not a political question — it is meant in the context of the space industry. There used to be a ...

On Jul 10, 2019
@SpaceRef shared
Opening Statement of Space & Aeronautics Subcommittee Ranking Member Brian Babin https://t.co/Rmr6ndf7Ut #ISS
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Opening Statement of Space & Aeronautics Subcommittee Ranking Member Brian Babin

Opening Statement of Space & Aeronautics Subcommittee Ranking Member Brian Babin - SpaceRef