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Astra Space Reaches Orbit

Astra Space put a test payload into orbit on 19 November on its fourth launch attempt.

Rocket Lab Launches 107th Satellite To Orbit, Successfully Tests Helicopter Recovery Operations

Rocket Lab, a leading launch and space systems company, has successfully deployed two satellites to orbit for real-time geospatial monitoring company BlackSky.

Dragon Endeavour Departs ISS

SpaceX Dragon Endeavour Departs The International Space Station

NOAA's Next-Gen Weather Satellite, Built by Lockheed Martin, Moves Closer to Launch

Today, the next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES)-T successfully arrived at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, to begin launch preparations.

NASA And Intuitive Machines Announce Landing Site Location for Lunar Drill

In late 2022, NASA will send an ice-mining experiment attached to a robotic lander to the lunar South Pole on a ridge not far from Shackleton crater - a location engineers and scientists have assessed for months.

Supporting Life Beyond Earth Could Be Possible -- Thanks To Graphene Innovation

Advanced manufacturing experts from Manchester have revealed what human life in space could look like - with a graphene-enhanced space habitat developed to meet anticipated demand for human settlements beyond Earth.

A Nanoracks Module Floats Inside The Space Station's Cupola

A Nanoracks module, a cube-shaped commercial research device, is pictured free-floating inside the cupola, the International Space Station's "window to the world."

Ariane 5 Sets A New Record On Its Latest Launch

Arianespace announced liftoff at 03:10 BST (04:10 CEST, 23:10 local time on 23 October) from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, for a mission lasting about 38 minutes.

Characterizing the All-Sky Brightness of Satellite Mega-Constellations and the Impact on Astronomy Research

Measuring photometric brightness is a common tool for characterizaing satellites. However, characterizing satellite mega-constellations and their impact on astronomy research requires a new approach and methodology.

United Launch Alliance Launches Lucy Mission for NASA

A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying the Lucy mission for NASA lifted off on Oct. 16 at 5:34 a.m. EDT from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

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