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Tethers Unlimited developing satellite servicer for LEO missions

On May 22, 2019
@SpaceNews_mil shared
Tethers Unlimited developing satellite servicer for LEO missions https://t.co/vHzlIE8AGJ https://t.co/PZH2ckC6Dl
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Tethers Unlimited is designing a satellite servicing vehicle that would leverage technologies developed for the U.S. Defense Department and NASA to service spacecraft in low Earth orbit.

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On May 22, 2019
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Tethers Unlimited developing satellite servicer for LEO missions https://t.co/vHzlIE8AGJ https://t.co/PZH2ckC6Dl
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Tethers Unlimited developing satellite servicer for LEO missions

Tethers Unlimited is designing a satellite servicing vehicle that would leverage technologies developed for the U.S. Defense Department and NASA to service spacecraft in low Earth orbit.



On May 21, 2019
@jeff_foust shared
RT @SpaceNews_Inc: Suppliers hope to tap into growing space market #SpaceTechExpo https://t.co/sD0AJp8LSJ https://t.co/v42fpEsK9h
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Suppliers hope to tap into growing space market

A supplier base of hardware and service vendors sees opportunities for new business from the growing number of satellite and launch vehicle ventures.

On May 17, 2019
@ulalaunch shared
[email protected]: #VulcanCentaur will ensure that we're developing more powerful, efficient launch systems to support national security and @NASA’s return to the moon by transferring cargo and other supplies to prepare for astronaut missions on SLS and Orion. https://t.co/QZPCMFMX27
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The new frontier of national security and exploration is in the heavens

Fifty years after man’s first steps on the moon, the future of human exploration in the final frontier is at a critical turning point, ULA CEO Tory Bruno writes.

On May 16, 2019
@b0yle shared
RT @YorkSpaceSystem: Today, we announced the successful bus commissioning of our S-CLASS spacecraft! Check out @howellspace's latest piece for @forbes on this milestone for the company and what's next for us: https://t.co/zpUJr2BUyP https://t.co/twZuHzksck
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It Only Took A Few Months For This Satellite To Get Ready For Space

A satellite for York Space Systems took less than 3.5 months from initial hardware development to delivery to the launch site in New Zealand. Now it's passed commissioning in space.

On May 18, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @SpaceflightNow: International Launch Services is embracing a new governance structure that tightens its relationship with Roscosmos. ILS says the change will reduce Proton launch prices & allow the company to diversify its offerings beyond traditional launch services. https://t.co/7mtShn0Hwo https://t.co/WMPm0oZTRx
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Proton launch provider ILS embraces closer relationship with Roscosmos

Glavkosmos is a daughter company of Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, charged with marketing Russian space industry products and services on the global market. A subsidiary of Glavkosmos ...

On May 22, 2019
@Eutelsat_SA shared
Delighted to be associated with @SpaceCampVC. We’ve got our bags packed already! More info on @TechCrunch https://t.co/6iy4SbycOQ
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Seraphim Space Camp launches its latest mission, with 7 SpaceTech startups

U.K. space accelerator Seraphim Space Camp appeared last year as the first ever UK SpaceTech accelerator and being, frankly, the only accelerator of its type, it has quickly shored-up a ...

On May 16, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @Virgin_Orbit: As our aspirations for space grow more ambitious, so too must the ways we build our spacecraft! So we partnered with @NASA_Marshall to study how 3-D printing can be used to build next-gen rocket parts at a fraction of the cost and lead time. Read more: https://t.co/Rcu7Uz0nwT https://t.co/IdVuB1sIEu
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Exploring 3-D Printing Alongside NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Virgin Orbit partnered with NASA Marshall Spaceflight Center to study how 3D printing can be used to build rocket parts at a fraction of the cost and lead time

On May 21, 2019
@Bradford_Space shared
Explorer is about getting compact payloads around the solar system fast and relatively low cost. If you have a payload you need to get some where, give us a buzz - we’d love to take you for a ride! https://t.co/pvg2YVKMec https://t.co/GkNKUfRL4q
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Explorer - Low Cost Deep Space Exploration

Bradford is a high-tech European developer and manufacturer of satellite control sub-systems and components.

On May 22, 2019
@pbdes shared
RT @CSkidmoreUK: As part of the #industrialstrategy @spacegovuk £50m investment in space launch, we have announced a £2m research fund into horizontal launch. Our ambition is for 10% of global space market activity by 2030- launch facilities will be key to deliver this https://t.co/UnddWJ1uvF
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From airport to spaceport: £2 million available to develop horizontal spaceflight in the UK

Future spaceports can apply for a share of £2 million to support plans for small satellite launch from aircraft and sub-orbital flight from the UK, Science Minister Chris Skidmore announced ...

On May 18, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @RocketRick: Today we released our 4th update to the @SpaceFundInc #RealityRating database of launch companies, with 11 new companies added, 6 of which are from China. Our habitat database also has 2 new entires, 1 removal & several improved ratings! https://t.co/llSnijjyFy
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A Reality Check for the Space Industry

The SpaceFund Reality rating (SFR) provides critical, intelligent, and thorough information about the status of the growing space industry.

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On May 22, 2019
@b0yle shared
Another story about the revival of Florida's Space Coast in the age of commercial spaceflight (following on this ... https://t.co/lfR7S65wJz ... and this ... https://t.co/YwXtOJFW7S) https://t.co/V2yRtVwtYX
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Florida's Space Coast sees entrepreneurial growth

The private space tech ecosystem is still young, and local officials are trying to boost the fledgling startup scene.

On May 21, 2019
@esa shared
RT @Partner_InOrbit: Very High Throughput Satellite ready to pump heat @Thales_Alenia_S 1st #spacebusNeo with innovative thermal control system delivered. Another success for @ESA #ARTES @Partner_InOrbit programme https://t.co/nl4X21jvtc via @esa
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Very High Throughput Satellite ready to pump heat

Thales Alenia Space has delivered the first Spacebus Neo payload module structure, including the first ever Mechanically Pumped Loop (MPL) to be mounted on a telecommunication satellite ...

On May 16, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @NASASpaceflight: Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Comms Architecture and Services. "The future architecture would be used for scientific and human exploration missions in Earth orbit, at the Moon, and throughout the solar system beginning in the mid-2020s." https://t.co/2QNKsB9wJh
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Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Communications Architecture

Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Communications Architecture

On May 17, 2019
@spacecom shared
Made in Space Selected for Two NASA SBIR Phase II Awards https://t.co/TVlYZ2wLnZ via @spacecom
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Made in Space Selected for Two NASA SBIR Phase II Awards

“The Glass Alloy Manufacturing Machine (GAMMA) is an experimental system designed to investigate how these materials form without the effects of gravity-induced flows and inform process ...

On May 16, 2019
@SpaceRef shared
Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Communications Architecture and Services https://t.co/j9wOIjlfcQ
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Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Communications Architecture and Services

Maxar Selected by NASA to Study Future Space Communications Architecture and Services - SpaceRef

On May 21, 2019
@Via_Satellite shared
[email protected]_ASI’s Orbital Test Bed #satellite arrived at Kennedy Space Center. https://t.co/IuA6xJ8K92
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General Atomics Satellites Arrives at Kennedy Space Center

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) announced today that its Orbital Test Bed (OTB) satellite has arrived at Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL to complete launch ...

On May 20, 2019
@SPACEdotcom shared
Could Blockchain Tech Launch Spacefaring Nations Into a Data-Sharing Frontier https://t.co/SOiEUmYBKL https://t.co/e6Hy3G8Lep
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Could Blockchain Tech Launch Spacefaring Nations Into a Data-Sharing Frontier

Data sharing between entities in space will be easier and more secure using technologies such as blockchain, an industry participant argued at the Humans to Mars summit in Washington, D.C., ...

On May 20, 2019
@spacecom shared
RT @satsearchco: The Japanese NewSpace sector is heating up with a several private companies now planning to launch rockets and building satellites for several applications. https://t.co/A2AXnWuK9w https://t.co/3tIyh5hxRj
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Private-sector rockets launch business opportunities

The successful launch of MOMO-3, a small rocket developed by a start-up company, represents a first step in a new era in which the private sector will also play a part in commercializing ...

On May 18, 2019
@spacecom shared
Tethers Unlimited Developing Software Payload for Astrobee Free-flier https://t.co/XsIIT4BZQx via @spacecom
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Tethers Unlimited Developing Software Payload for Astrobee Free-flier

“AstroPorter will enable interaction between Astrobee and other robotic systems on the ISS, such as TUI’s KRAKEN Robotic Arm in the MANTIS EXPRESS Rack locker, and it will enable multiple ...