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Ax-2 Mission Launches Four Private Astronauts to the ISS

Axiom Space

Axiom Mission 2 (Ax-2) has successfully launched four private astronauts from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the International Space Station (ISS). The Ax-2 crew is now in orbit following a 5:37 p.m. EDT liftoff. The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft is now anticipated to dock to the space-facing port of the ISS Harmony module. around 9:16 a.m. (EDT) on Monday, May 22.

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NASA Selects Blue Origin as Artemis Lunar Lander Provider

NASA has selected Blue Origin to develop a human landing system for the agency’s Artemis V mission to the Moon. Through Artemis, NASA will explore more of the Moon than ever before, uncovering more scientific discoveries and preparing for future astronaut missions to Mars.

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Terran Orbital Breaks Ground on Satellite Manufacturing Facility

Terran Orbital

Terran Orbital Corporation and W. P. Carey have broke ground on a 94,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art satellite manufacturing facility at 4 Goodyear in Irvine, California. In partnership with Terran Orbital, W. P. Carey will redevelop one of its outdated office properties into a new Class A industrial facility. As a result, it will serve as Terran Orbital’s fifth production facility. Demolition of the existing building commenced in February 2023, and the project will tentatively end in January 2024.

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Kymeta Partners Azyan Telecom for LEO Market in Oman

Kymeta has announced at CABSAT 2023 that telecom service provider Azyan Telecom signed a significant order for its Hawk™ u8 terminals connected by OneWeb. As a result, the signature will bring Kymeta and OneWeb’s unique LEO offering to Oman for the first time. The deal will enable the expansion of national telecom capabilities in the region, expediting efforts to implement ubiquitous high-speed, low-latency communications capabilities across the Sultanate.

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Space Cafè Radio – from 38th Space Symposium – with Dr. Thomas Sinn

In this  Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Dr. Thomas Sinn, CEO and Founder of DCUBED,  a Munich-based developer of actuators and deployable structures tailored for nano-satellites and the commercial space industry, about the "small" things that matter in space and their new location in the US.

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