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Spain Bids for The Low-Cost Aerospace Race

CATEC halves spending on satellite and aircraft components by manufacturing them with 3D printers. The low-cost aerospace race is not exclusive to Space X, the company created by Elon Musk. Spain has also entered the game. The Advanced Center for Aerospace Technologies (CATEC) has become a unique reference in the industry, manufacturing components for satellites,…
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Here’s What to Expect on Lyrid Meteor Shower 2018 Peaks This Weekend

The Lyrid Meteor shower comes at the end of April, presenting a dazzling display for sky-watchers. Considered as one of the strongest meteor showers, the Lyrids are normally active in the middle of April 16 and April 26. The shooting stars move very fast with around 20 to 25% leaving “persistent trains.” They instigate from…
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Space Hotel Plans to Welcome Guests by 2022 

If you’ve got a million dollar and seek an expensive vacation in space, a crew of space industry veterans is now taking reservations and at least $80,000 deposits.  The extravagant space hotel Aurora Station is being made by Orion Span – a company based in Houston that claims more than 140 years of collective human…
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Lockheed Martin is Working to Produce Orion Spacecraft at a Lower Cost

Lockheed Martin is in the process of assembling the Orion spacecraft. The Orion which is intended for the first Space Launch System mission will complete by June. Speaking in an interview at the 34th Space Symposium, Mike Hawes, Lockheed Martin’s Orion Project Manager, revealed that they are working on reducing the cost of the spacecraft.…
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The Future Fuel for Space Shuttles 

Technology today improved for the better. The fuel used in nuclear weapons and submarines could be used in space crafts. The technology in space shuttles is no different in the sudden boom of technology. In recent updates, there is a future success in using solid and liquid fuels in these space crafts.  The solid kind…
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Commerce Department Moves on Implementing Space Traffic Management 

The Commerce Department is gearing is gearing up to make traffic management part of the part of the space industry apace. In the 34th year of the Space Symposium, the Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, stated that the department is on its way to implementing the STM policy. The policy aims to make services related…
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National Space Council Will Transport Space-Junk Plan to Trump

Under the administration plan of Trump, the Commerce Department would be the top agency in the United States in tracking space objects and informing space users to possible collisions, taking over a responsibility conventionally managed by the Air Force.  The agency would also accept duty for tracking space debris while directing new, best practices to…
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The Lunar Space Station of NASA Is Almost Here

The goal of NASA to return to the moon must see a huge push in early 2019 when the organization honors its first contract for the lunar “gateway” program. The Lunar Orbital Platform Gateway is the planned staging area of NASA anticipated for research of the deep-space environment and the moon. Later on, it will…
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Air Smells Great at the International Space Station 

One of NASA’s astronauts named Kjell Lindgren has a favorable response to the air inside the International Space Station. He traveled the space station in 2015 and was surprised by the atmosphere that he smelled in the station. There are six or many members of the station, and it is a metal box so he…
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The future of America in space by Newt Gingrich

In the 34th Annual Space Symposium held in Colorado, the Vice President, Mike Pence showcased the expected future of America in space exploration. He said that we are moving on the right track under the Trumps’ administration which is going to begin the new era of activities of human in the space. He says that…
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