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Following Solar Orbiter, ESA To Send Twin Proba-3 Spacecraft To The Sun In 2022

After Solar Orbiter, ESA's next mission observing the Sun will not be one spacecraft but two: the double satellites making up Proba-3 will fly in formation to cast an artificial solar eclipse, opening up the clearest view yet of the Sun's faint atmosphere - probing the mysteries of its million degree heat and magnetic eruptions.

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UK’s Defence Science And Technology Laboratory Participates In Five Eyes SSA Experiment

A unique, collaborative experiment being conducted by the UK's A unique, collaborative experiment being conducted by the UK's Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and representatives from the Five-Eyes nations (Dstl) and representatives from the Five-Eyes nations (UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) aims to make  improvements in Space Situational Awareness (SSA).

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Momentus Space Aims To Offer Full Commercial In-Space Shuttle Service By 2021

Momentus Space, an in-space shuttle service provider, has announced that it will provide shuttle services on its Vigoride shuttle for two demonstrators this year with the aim of beginning full commercial services in 2021. The first full-scale Vigoride test mission “Strait of Magellan” is planned for Q3 2020 on the …

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Azercosmos And Infostellar Enter Into Ground Station Partnership

Azerbaijani satellite operator Azercosmos and Infostellar, the Japanese Ground Segment as a Service provider, signed an agreement to enable Infostellar customers access to their satellite constellations from the Azercosmos Ground Station (AGS), located in the Absheron peninsula. The agreement was announced on 6 February 2020. AGS’ location is uniquely positioned …

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