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The Space Café Podcast #67 – Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen – NASA’s Science Mission director

The Space Café Podcast #67: Thomas Zurbuchen - NASA’s Science Mission director Thomas Zurbuchen is one of NASA's most successful science directors of all time. After 6 years in office, he looks back on an outstanding career and gives insights into the future of NASA. 

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Airbus partners with Space Compass to serve the Japanese market



Aerospace company Airbus’ HAPS Connectivity (High Altitude Platform Station) Business has signed a Letter of Intent with Japanese Space Compass Corporation to cooperate on servicing the Japanese market with mobile connectivity and Earth observation services from the Stratosphere with Airbus’ Zephyr HAPS platform, the company said.

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ispace receives license to conduct business activity on the Moon

Japan-based Global lunar exploration company ispace, has received a license from the Japanese government to conduct business activity on the Moon as part of its first lunar mission, the company said. The approval is the first granted under Japan’s Act on the Promotion of Business Activities for the Exploration and Development of Space Resources (Space Resources Act). 

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Sateliot to launch first 5G nanosatellite constellation

Sateliot, the U.S.-based first nanosatellite telecommunications company to offer 5G connectivity for IoT devices, announced the launch of its first functional nanosatellite in Q1 2023. The technology will allow anyone with a standard 5G device to stay connected anywhere in the world. 5G connectivity will also have an impact on the logistics, agriculture, maritime, energy, utilities, transportation and environmental sectors, the company stated.

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