SpaceTalks 4.0 - 2024

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Terran Orbital begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange

Small satellite manufacturer company Terran Orbital, primarily serving the United States aerospace and defense industry, announced it will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker symbols “LLAP” and “LLAP WS”. The firm has made significant progress recently including an employee growth of 300% and a facility expansion from 5600 sqm to over 23,000 sqm.

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Space Café Recap: “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” #8

The 8th Space Café – Space Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland took place on Thursday, 24th March speaking to Irmgard Marboe and Olavo Bittencourt about what is happening in the world, and how space laws are relevant and pertinent to real events.  Irmgard Marboe is Professor of international law at the University of Vienna and the head of the ECSL National Point of Contact for Space Law Austria.

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Space Cafe Radio – on tour – with Equatorial Space Systems

In this Space Café Radio, SpaceWatch.Global 's Chiara Moenter hosts an exciting conversation in a car. Markus Mooslechner, the host of the Space Cafe Podcast got the chance to talk with Simon Gwozdz, Founder and CEO of Equatorial Space Systems, Eric Wong, and Yap Seng Ang, about the company's move to Los Angeles and their current developments.

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ESRIC selects first five start-ups as part of its “Start-up Support Programme”

Following the first call for applications, the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC) has selected the five start-ups to participate in the “Start-up Support Programme” (SSP) and begin their pre-incubation in April, ESRIC said. Space resources research and innovation centre ESRIC’s SSP

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Space Café Recap: “Black Ops by Dr Emma Gatti”- with Prof Bleddyn Bowen on the present geopolitical climate and a possible international Space conflict

Our new episode of Space Café "Black Ops by Dr. Emma Gatti" inaugurates in a time of conflict on Earth. A conflict that, inevitably, has already had an impact on the Space sector, like on so many other sectors. Many space related civil operations have been disrupted, Roscosmos suspended all the EU launches, Soyuz spacecraft is under sanctions

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NASA to support development of a second lunar lander

NASA announced that it will support the development of a second lunar lander to transport astronauts to and from the Moon’s surface to provide competition with SpaceX during the sustainable phase of the Artemis program. The agency will soon kick off the Sustaining Lunar Development award for a second lander separate from the existing Human Landing System (HLS).

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