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FROM THE WIREWith Billionaire Jeff Bezos weeks away from lifting off in his own BLUE ORIGIN rocket, along with his broth...
06/19/2021
NASA 'keeping eye' on Jeff Bezos and other space astronaut billionaires

FROM THE WIRE
With Billionaire Jeff Bezos weeks away from lifting off in his own BLUE ORIGIN rocket, along with his brother Mark and a mystery passenger who paid $28 million to be onboard, NASA has a message: Space is not going to be the wild-west for billionaires or anyone else looking to blast off.
#space #jeffbezos #Blueorigin #elonmusk #Spacex #RichardBranson #VirginGalactic #SpaceTourism #NASA

Jeff Bezos, Amazon and Blue Origin founder, is set to blast off into space on July 20.

FROM THE WIREThe Hubble Space Telescope, which has been peering into the universe for more than 30 years, has been down ...
06/19/2021
NASA reports trouble with Hubble Space Telescope

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The Hubble Space Telescope, which has been peering into the universe for more than 30 years, has been down for the past few days, NASA said Friday.
#hubbletelescope #hubblespacetelescope #NASA

The Hubble Space Telescope, which has been peering into the universe for more than 30 years, has been down for the past few days, NASA said Friday.

FROM THE WIRENASA’s 2021 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – Academic Linkages (RASC-AL) competition culminated i...
06/19/2021
Students Showcase Aerospace Concepts in 2021 RASC-AL Forum

FROM THE WIRE
NASA’s 2021 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts – Academic Linkages (RASC-AL) competition culminated in a virtual forum June 15-17 when university team finalists presented their space mission designs to NASA leaders and industry judges.

Taking home top prize, University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez presented their concept for Discovery and Endeavour – Ceres Interplanetary Pathway for Human Exploration and Research (DECIPHER). The University of Texas at Austin took second place overall for their concept for Regolith-Volatile Extraction and Return Expedition (ReVERE). These teams receive a travel stipend and presentation slot to present their concepts to aerospace industry professionals at the 2021 ASCEND Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada Nov. 15-17, 2021.
#NASA #competition #designs #spacemission

Students Showcase Aerospace Concepts in 2021 RASC-AL Forum

FROM THE WIREIn response to a TESLARATI report on Starship SN16’s apparent transport to what amounts to a resting place ...
06/18/2021
SpaceX Starship might skip early retirement for "hypersonic flight test"

FROM THE WIRE
In response to a TESLARATI report on Starship SN16’s apparent transport to what amounts to a resting place for retired rockets, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says that the vehicle may still have a shot at flight.
#space #spacetech #spacetechnology #spacex #starship #nasa #hypersonic #hypersonics #elonmusk

In response to a Teslarati report on Starship SN16’s apparent transport to what amounts to a resting place for retired rockets, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says that the vehicle may still have a shot at flight. On June 16th, SpaceX technicians rolled Starship SN16 out of the Boca Chica factory’s high b...

FROM THE WIREWith multiple spacecraft heading to Venus in the coming years, we're set to learn a lot more about the hell...
06/18/2021
Why Venus Is Soon to Be the Most Exciting Place in the Solar System

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With multiple spacecraft heading to Venus in the coming years, we're set to learn a lot more about the hellish planet.

#space #NASA #europeanspaceagency #ESA #venus #spaceflight #spaceexploration #missions #earthandspacesciences

With multiple spacecraft heading to Venus in the coming years, we're set to learn a lot more about the hellish planet.

FROM THE WIRESolar wind repels 70% of cosmic radiation, but it doesn't protect every side of the solar system equally.#s...
06/18/2021
The edge of the solar system is a blob, 3D map reveals

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Solar wind repels 70% of cosmic radiation, but it doesn't protect every side of the solar system equally.

#solar #astronomy #solarsystem #space #science #earthandspacesciences

Solar wind repels 70% of cosmic radiation, but it doesn't protect every side of the solar system equally.

FROM THE WIREChina’s crewed launch follows spacecraft landings on the moon and Mars. ‘Watch the Chinese,’ the NASA admin...
06/18/2021
As China’s space ambitions grow, NASA tells Congress it needs more money to compete

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China’s crewed launch follows spacecraft landings on the moon and Mars. ‘Watch the Chinese,’ the NASA administrator has warned.

#space #NASA #china #spaceexploration #spacecraft #missions #spaceflight #spaceforce

The strategy is to cast China as a competitor racing not only to the moon, but for leadership in space more broadly.

FROM THE WIRENASA has released an amusing photo of a spacesuit-donned test dummy named "moonikin" being put through its ...
06/18/2021
NASA prepares 'moonikin' for spaceflight aboard 1st Artemis mission

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NASA has released an amusing photo of a spacesuit-donned test dummy named "moonikin" being put through its paces in a launch simulator at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Moonikin will be the first passenger aboard the new Orion spacecraft during the first uncrewed Artemis I mission, expected later this year.

#space #nasa #moonikin #Artemis #Orion

NASA has released an amusing image of a dummy wearing a spacesuit during testing for the first Artemis mission.

FROM THE WIREA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket propelled a third-generation Global Positioning System navigation satellite into o...
06/18/2021
SpaceX launches GPS satellite with previously flown booster

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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket propelled a third-generation Global Positioning System navigation satellite into orbit Thursday in the first launch of a national security payload using a previously flown booster. Program officials say the move will save $64.5 million over three missions.

#space #spacex #elonmusk #spaceforce #falcon9 #nasa #nationalsecurity #satellites #spacetechnology #spacetech

Space Force officials say using previously flown boosters will save $64.5 million over three missions.

FROM THE WIREThere are two things a spacewalker doesn't want to hear: "Can you turn it off and turn it on again?" and "W...
06/18/2021
Your spacesuit ran into a problem and needs to restart

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There are two things a spacewalker doesn't want to hear: "Can you turn it off and turn it on again?" and "What's that hissing sound?"

#space #NASA #internationalspacestation #ISS #innovation #scienceandenvironment #engineering #spacewalkers #europeanspaceagency #ESA

ISS solar array installation overran after a good old 'off and on again'

FROM THE WIREWhen Betelgeuse, a bright orange star in the constellation of Orion, became visibly darker in late 2019 and...
06/17/2021
Astronomers Were Puzzled by “Great Dimming” of Betelgeuse – Now the Mystery Is Solved

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When Betelgeuse, a bright orange star in the constellation of Orion, became visibly darker in late 2019 and early 2020, the astronomy community was puzzled. A team of astronomers have now published new images of the star’s surface, taken using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (ESO’s VLT), that clearly show how its brightness changed.

#space #Orion #Betelgeuse #astronomy #constellationorion #constellation

Mystery of Betelgeuse’s Dip in Brightness Solved When Betelgeuse, a bright orange star in the constellation of Orion, became visibly darker in late 2019 and early 2020, the astronomy community was puzzled. A team of astronomers have now published new images of the star’s surface, taken using the...

FROM THE WIREThe International Space Station was due to get a powerful upgrade on Wednesday, but "technical delays" duri...
06/17/2021
Technical problems prevent astronauts from installing new solar panels on space station

FROM THE WIRE
The International Space Station was due to get a powerful upgrade on Wednesday, but "technical delays" during a spacewalk left the astronauts without enough time to install a new set of solar arrays, according to NASA.

#iss #internationalspacestation #NASA #spacewalk #solarpanel #solar #solarpower #space

On Wednesday morning, NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet conducted a spacewalk to begin the installation of new solar arrays. Technical issues interfered with completing the task.

FROM THE WIREChina has launched three astronauts into orbit to begin occupation of the country's new space station.#miss...
06/17/2021
China space station: Shenzhou-12 delivers first crew to Tianhe module

FROM THE WIRE
China has launched three astronauts into orbit to begin occupation of the country's new space station.

#missions #spaceexploration #space #china #spacestation #Shenzhou12 #tianhe

Three astronauts successfully take off for China's longest ever human spaceflight mission.

FROM THE WIRESpaceX may have to delay its first Starship rocket orbit mission because of ongoing assessments of wildlife...
06/16/2021
SpaceX could reportedly delay its first Starship orbit mission because the FAA wants to know the launch won't harm nearby wildlife

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SpaceX may have to delay its first Starship rocket orbit mission because of ongoing assessments of wildlife and ecosystems around the launch area.

#space #spacex #spacexlaunch #starship #elonmusk #environment
#spaceflight #scienceandenvironment #earthandspacesciences #travel

SpaceX scheduled its first Starship orbit launch for July - but wildlife assessments around the launchpad may delay it, CNN reported.

FROM THE WIRETwo astronauts have ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) to install the first of six new ...
06/16/2021
ESA/NASA astronauts begin installation of new solar arrays on ISS - NASASpaceFlight.com

FROM THE WIRE
Two astronauts have ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) to install the first of six new solar arrays — part of a program to increase the station’s electrical power generation capacity as its science and research demands increase and future expansion plans continue. The Extravehicular Activity (EVA) – officially known as US EVA-74 – began at 12:11 UTC / 08:11 EDT when Thomas Pesquet from the European Space Agency - ESA and Shane Kimbrough from NASA took their spacesuits to battery power before exiting the Quest Airlock to begin their work.
#space #internationalspacestation #NASA #europeanspaceagency #ESA #spacestation

Two astronauts have ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) to install the first of…

FROM THE WIRENASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia supported the launch of a Minotaur I rocket yesterday at 9:35 a....
06/16/2021
Minotaur I Launches from Wallops

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NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia supported the launch of a Minotaur I rocket yesterday at 9:35 a.m. EDT from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport’s Pad 0B on Wallops Island. The rocket carried three national security payloads for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). The United States Space Force (USSF) Space and Missile Systems Center’s Launch Enterprise provided the launch services for this mission. The launch vehicle was built and operated by Northrop Grumman.

#NASA #NorthropGrumman #space #spaceforce #NationalSecurity #minotaur1

NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia supported the launch of a Minotaur I rocket today at 9:35 a.m. EDT from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport’s Pad 0B on Wallops Island.

FROM THE WIRERussia and China have pledged to cooperate on expeditions to the moon and to an asteroid, setting the stage...
06/15/2021
Russia, Once a Space Superpower, Turns to China for Missions

FROM THE WIRE
Russia and China have pledged to cooperate on expeditions to the moon and to an asteroid, setting the stage for a new space race with the United States and its partners.

#space #russia #China #spacerace #spaceflight

The two countries have pledged to cooperate on expeditions to the moon and to an asteroid, setting the stage for a new space race with the United States and its partners.

FROM THE WIRESpaceX’s ongoing launches of thousands of Starlink satellites for global high-speed Internet service may cl...
06/15/2021
SpaceX Starlink Mega Constellation Faces Fresh Legal Challenge

FROM THE WIRE
SpaceX’s ongoing launches of thousands of Starlink satellites for global high-speed Internet service may clash with preexisting environmental regulations.

#SpaceX #space #starlink #satellite #environment

The company’s ongoing launches of thousands of satellites for global high-speed Internet service may clash with preexisting environmental regulations

FROM THE WIREThe next SpaceX launch will feature a milestone, as the Pentagon is allowing Elon Musk's company to send a ...
06/15/2021
Space Force clears SpaceX to launch reused rockets for military missions

FROM THE WIRE
The next SpaceX launch will feature a milestone, as the Pentagon is allowing Elon Musk's company to send a national security satellite to orbit with a reused rocket for the first time.

SpaceX is set to launch the GPS III SV05 satellite for the Space Force on Thursday from Florida, using the Falcon 9 rocket booster that launched the GPS III SV04 satellite last November.
#SpaceX #spaceforce #satellite #Falcon9 #space

Space Force clears SpaceX to launch reused rockets for military missions

FROM THE WIREA new space telescope that could spot potentially hazardous asteroids and comets heading for Earth is one s...
06/15/2021
New space telescope could spot potentially hazardous asteroids heading for Earth

FROM THE WIRE
A new space telescope that could spot potentially hazardous asteroids and comets heading for Earth is one step closer to reality.

The Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope, or NEO Surveyor, has been approved by NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration to move forward to the design phase. The 20-foot-long (6-meter-long) infrared telescope would bolster planetary defense by helping astronomers find asteroids and comets that come within 30 million miles (48 million kilometers) of Earth's orbit.

#space #NASA #telescope #asteroids #comets

A new space telescope that could spot potentially hazardous asteroids and comets heading for Earth is one step closer to reality.

FROM THE WIREOne step closer to the moon!NASA finishes assembling Space Launch System 'megarocket' ahead of its maiden v...
06/14/2021
NASA finishes assembling its $18.6BILLION Space Launch System

FROM THE WIRE
One step closer to the moon!
NASA finishes assembling Space Launch System 'megarocket' ahead of its maiden voyage this November. Includes tests of the Orion crew capsule that will take astronauts to the moon in 2023.
#NASA #space #spaceflight #Artemis #Orion

The Space Launch System will launch for the first time in November this year from Florida, sending the Orion capsule on an uncrewed jaunt around the moon as part of the first Artemis mission.

FROM THE WIRENATO leaders on Monday will expand the use of their all for one, one for all, collective defense clause to ...
06/14/2021
NATO nations ready to jointly respond to attacks in space

FROM THE WIRE
NATO leaders on Monday will expand the use of their all for one, one for all, collective defense clause to include attacks in space, the military organization’s top civilian official said.
#NATO #space #spacesecurity ##military #security

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO leaders on Monday will expand the use of their all for one, one for all, collective defense clause to include attacks in space, the military organization’s top civilian official said.

Northrop Grumman today successfully launched the Tactically Responsive Launch-2 (TacRL-2) payload into orbit for the Uni...
06/13/2021
Northrop Grumman Successfully Launches Pegasus XL Rocket for the US Space Force

Northrop Grumman today successfully launched the Tactically Responsive Launch-2 (TacRL-2) payload into orbit for the United States Space Force (USSF), using the company’s Pegasus XL rocket.

#space #spaceforce #NorthropGrumman #pegasusxlrocket #spacetechnology

CHANDLER, Ariz. – June 13, 2021 – Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) successfully launched the Tactically Responsive Launch-2 (TacRL-2) payload into orbit for the U.S. Space Force (USSF), Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), using...

LATEST NEWSItem 1: Russia is planning a joint space mission with Saudi Arabia and is currently training Saudi Arabian as...
06/11/2021
Four Wheels to the Moon! ⋆ Space Channel

LATEST NEWS
Item 1: Russia is planning a joint space mission with Saudi Arabia and is currently training Saudi Arabian astronauts.
Item 2: In the rapidly developing world of commercial space exploration, 3D printing is getting bigger… literally, via Launcher, an American space technology company.
Item 3: Lockheed Martin and General Motors have announced a partnership to develop a new lunar buggy for NASA's Artemis missions.

#space #russia #saudiarabia #3dprinting #NASA #Artemis #lockheedmartin #GM #generalmotors #astronauts

Russia recently revealed they are planning a joint space mission with Saudi Arabia, and are currently training Saudi Arabian astronauts.

Orbital Assembly Corporation, billed as the world’s first large-scale space construction company and run by former pilot...
06/11/2021
Look at the ambitious plans for Voyager Station, a hotel in outer space

Orbital Assembly Corporation, billed as the world’s first large-scale space construction company and run by former pilot John Blincow, aims to open Voyager Station in 2027.

#space #SpaceTourism #VoyagerStation #hotel

A look inside the first space hotel, opening in 2027. Read more on Boston.com.

Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson may try to beat Jeff Bezos to space next month, an industry blog suggests. Virgin Gala...
06/10/2021
Unconfirmed report suggests Branson may try to beat Bezos into space — and Virgin Galactic didn't deny it

Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson may try to beat Jeff Bezos to space next month, an industry blog suggests. Virgin Galactic did not deny the claim saying that Branson is expected to fly in the summer. An outside expert says the rumored July 4 weekend launch date is "very doable."

#space #VirginGalactic #BlueOrigin #Amazon #RichardBranson #jeffbezos

Virgin Galactic did not deny the rumor that Branson is trying to launch by July 4, and one expert says the timeline is "very doable."

The Perseverance rover began driving away from its Octavia E. Butler landing site on June 1. The Mars rover left the sce...
06/10/2021
Perseverance rover goes on a Mars road trip

The Perseverance rover began driving away from its Octavia E. Butler landing site on June 1. The Mars rover left the scenic overlook where it captured images and video of the Ingenuity helicopter's flights and is heading for another one that will reveal some of the oldest geologic features of Jezero Crater.
#Mars #marsrover #perseverance #space

The Perseverance rover is heading for a scenic overlook on Mars that will reveal some of the oldest geologic features of Jezero Crater, the site of an ancient lake bed.

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