Category Archives: Spaceflights

Aircraft Refurbishing Market Outlook to 2023 – Top Companies are JCB Aero, Lufthansa Technik, GKN, Jamco America Inc, SIA Engineering Company and Others

The rising need to modify aircraft interiors has grown significantly, over the past few years, and is primarily driving the growth of the aircraft refurbishing market. This is due to the increasing luxury quotient of airline interiors, which increases the need for the partial or complete refurbishing of VIP cabins and commercial cabins. Of late,…
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Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Market Outlook to 2023 – Top Companies are Orbital ATK, Arianespace, GeoOptics, SSL, ISS Reshetnev and Others

Market Overview: Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report about the global satellite manufacturing and launch market that anticipates decent gains for the market with 6% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) during the forecast period between 2016 and 2021. Request for Free Sample Pages:  https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/1255 Satellite telemetry is used for various civil, commercial,…
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LV/MV Cables Market 2019 Industry Size, Trends Evaluation, Global Growth, Recent Developments and Latest Technology, Future Forecast Research Report 2024

[164 Pages Report] LV/MV Cables Market research report categorizes the global market By Product Type, By End Users/Application, By Key Manufacturers, & By Several Key Regions (Americas, Europe, APAC, Middle East & Africa). Global “LV/MV Cables Market” 2019 Research report provides information regarding market size, share, trends, growth, cost structure, capacity, revenue and forecast 2024.…
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Airport Security Market Forecast to 2023 – Top Companies are

Global Airport Security Market Report Information: by Type (Access Control, Perimeter Security, Screening, Others), Systems & Equipment (Metal Detector, Backscatter X-Ray System, Others), Technology (RFID, Biometrics, Others), & Region — Forecast till 2023 The airport security market is estimated to register a CAGR of more than 6% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2023.…
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Global In-flight Entertainment and connectivity Industry 2016 Market Research Report

2016 Global In-flight Entertainment and connectivity Industry Report is a professional and in-depth research report on the world's major regional market conditions of the In-flight Entertainment and connectivity industry, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia) and the main countries (United States, Germany, Japan and China). Download Free industry analysis Sample Report:…
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2018 Big Space Missions and Rocket Launches

For spaceflight enthusiasts out there, the good news is that there are tons of space missions and rocket launches to look forward to this year. Even before the year started, it already has overflowing and exciting missions scheduled. The NASA will be launching a new spacecraft that’ll be nearer to the Sun, and 2 of…
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Mike Hughes blasts off into the air with self-made rocket

Mike Hughes has finally silenced critics by blasting off in the air to about 1,875 feet in a home-made rocket on March 24. The self-proclaimed rocket man Hughes tested his rocket in a dessert 320 km east of Los Angeles.  Hughes is popularly known for his own theory that claims that the earth is flat. Thankfully,…
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New Horizons’ next target MU69 gets a name – Ultima Thule

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is flying at over 30,000 miles per hour towards its next target in the Kuiper Belt - the MU69 - and just recently the Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) has been named 'Ultima Thule'. The spacecraft will arrive to Ultima Thule on January 1, 2019 as per plan. First discovered in 2014, MU69 lies about a…
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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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