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U.S. Military Wants Part in New Space Race 

The industry around space is growing with both the government and entrepreneurship sectors getting their hands on it. An announcement entitled “Think big, take risks, innovate!” calls for entrepreneurs to work together with the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). The NRO’s mission is this – to design spy satellites, build and then launch them. With their…
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Students of Frostburg State Will Have a Discussion with NASA Astronaut

Frostburg State University, in partnership with its sister organizations located in Frostburg, Maryland, will converse with Ricky Arnold, NASA astronaut who is residing, working as well as carrying out examination aboard the International Space Station. This earth-to-space discussion or call will last for 20 minutes and will air live on agency’s website and NASA Television…
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A Law starts to Prohibit SpaceX from Posting Videos from Space

During the last webcast of the Falcon 9 launch, there were videos shown from the nine-minute mark. The space agency said that they did not violate any restrictions of the government. According to the space agency, it is so weird that an old decade old law was made again and was enforced.  SpaceX is considered…
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NASA says design error responsible for 2015 SpaceX launch failure

U.S. space agency NASA has publicly revealed for the first time ever that it was because of a design error that the launch attempt of SpaceX failed in 2015. According to a summary report published here, NASA engineers have said that design error in the Falcon 9 rocket at the time was the initiating factor…
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James Webb Observatory to undergo additional testing

NASA's James Webb Observatory will be undergoing additional testing as the combined optics and science instruments of the telescope are now out from their shipping containers. NASA engineers will be performing final testing at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems in Redondo Beach, California, before it travels to the launch site in Kourou, French Guiana. The science payload recently arrived at Northrop…
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BlackSky awaits launch of its Global 1 satellite

BlackSky recently announced completion of first of its next generation of small Earth Observation (EO) satellites and now the company is awaiting launch of its Global 1 satellite. BlackSky is the geospatial intelligence service of Spaceflight Industries. The first of company's EO satellites is complete, qualified, and awaiting launch. This spacecraft, called Global 1, is the first of…
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Young star HR 4796A enveloped by dusty material, Hubble says

A young star HR 4796A is surrounded by a vast, complex dust structure, spanning 150 billion miles across according to data collected by the Hubble space telescope. Previous studies have already shown presence of a bright, narrow, inner ring of dust which may have been corralled by the gravitational pull of an unseen giant planet. The latest discovery…
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ALMA reveals intricate details of Orion Nebula

Combined powers of Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and the IRAM 30-metre telescope have led to revelation of intricate details of the Orion Nebula. The Orion Nebula is the nearest region of massive star formation to Earth, and is therefore studied in great detail by astronomers seeking to better understand how stars form and evolve in…
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