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SpaceX to launch the first private crew to the ISS for Axiom Space

SpaceX to launch the first private crew to the ISS for Axiom Space

A team of four, led by a former NASA astronaut and three paying customers, is set to embark on a 10-day mission to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft atop the firm&... Read more

NASA wants a second moon lander for Artemis astronauts, alongside SpaceX’s Starship

NASA wants a second moon lander for Artemis astronauts, alongside SpaceX’s Starship

NASA plans to encourage the development of a second commercial vehicle that can land its Artemis astronauts on the Moon. To build the new lunar lander, the American space agency calls on commercial s... Read more

OneWeb to launch satellites on competitor SpaceX’s rockets

OneWeb to launch satellites on competitor SpaceX’s rockets

OneWeb, a London-based low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications firm, announced that it had reached an agreement with SpaceX to enable OneWeb to resume its satellite launches. OneWeb’s a... Read more

NASA extends flight operations of its Ingenuity helicopter on Mars

NASA extends flight operations of its Ingenuity helicopter on Mars

The U. S. governmental space agency NASA has extended flight operations on Mars for its Ingenuity helicopter. After 21 flights on Mars, the aircraft is still in excellent condition; hence NASA has exp... Read more

NASA’s mega moon rocket rolls out to Florida launchpad for debut

NASA’s mega moon rocket rolls out to Florida launchpad for debut

NASA’s next-generation moon rocket was due on March 17 to make a slow-moving, highly anticipated journey from an assembly plant to its launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida, for a final round of... Read more

Aerospace startup Astrolab unveils new modular lunar rover

Aerospace startup Astrolab unveils new modular lunar rover

Aerospace startup Venturi Astrolab revealed its new interplanetary rover designed to transport people and cargo across the surface of Moon and Mars. The firm says its plans to build a fleet of these r... Read more

Russia to no longer sell rocket engines to the United States

Russia to no longer sell rocket engines to the United States

Russia’s state space agency Roscosmos has retaliated to global sanctions, claiming Russia will no longer sell rocket engines to the United States. Most rocket launches in the U.S. would not be a... Read more


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