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UNOOSA and the World Celebrates International Moon Day 2023

The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the international community are marking the 2023 edition of the international moon day Today. Every year since 2021, the global community marks international moon day on July 20 to commemorate the first moon landing that happened on July 20, 1969.

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The Space Café Podcast #85: Aaron Kemmer – Exploring Novel Ways of Building Structures in Space Beyond the Obvious, CEO & Co-founder @ Made In Space & Max Space

The Space Café Podcast #85: Aaron Kemmer – Exploring Novel Ways of Building Structures in Space Beyond the Obvious, CEO & Co-founder @ Made In Space & Max Space. In this episode, Markus welcomes Aaron Kemmer, the ambitious CEO and co-founder of multiple ventures such as Magic, Made In Space and Max Space. They delve into the transformative realm of in-space manufacturing, discussing how advances in technology and innovative solutions are changing the face of space exploration and development.

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Viasat Inc Provides Status Update on ViaSat-3 Americas Satellite

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Viasat, Inc. has disclosed that an unexpected event occurred during reflector deployment that may materially impact the performance of the ViaSat-3 Americas satellite. Viasat and its reflector provider are conducting a rigorous review of the development and deployment of the affected reflector to determine its impact and potential remedial measures.

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HawkEye 360 Raises Series D Funding for Satellite Architecture

HawkEye 360 Inc. has announced that it has closed $58 million in new funding to develop new space systems and expand analytics that support high-value defense missions. This Series D-1 enjoyed participation from BlackRock, Manhattan Venture Partners, and existing investors, including Insight Partners, NightDragon, Strategic Development Fund (SDF), Razor’s Edge, Alumni Ventures, and Adage Capital.

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: Current Trends and Challenges in the Space Business

We are just halfway through 2023 and I have accumulated enough miles in the Space conference business that I feel I can sit down and put down some ideas, or notes at least, on what we at SpaceWatch.Global have seen and learned through the lens of the media in the past weeks and months. We have visited six countries, met thousands of people, and saw some new trends. But are these trends destined to ever be solved? Or are they just buzzwords echoed over and over again?

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