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Falcon Heavy Launches US Military Payload

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket has launched two U.S. military satellites into geosynchronous orbit from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, marking the fifth successful flight of the rocket. Intended to launch on Saturday, January 14, the mission was delayed for a day, eventually launching on Sunday, January 15.

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Space Café Radio – with Ann Vandenbroucke

In this Space Café Radio - SpaceWatch.Global publisher Torsten Kriening spoke with Ann Vandenbroucke, Chief Regulatory Officer at Rivada Space Networks, about the excitement of working at a constellation start-up, ITU challenges, and space sustainability from the angle of an operator. They also addressed European autonomy for space communication and the issue of frequency scarcity.

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Spaceport Esrange Ready for Satellite Launches

After years of preparation and construction, mainland EU’s first orbital launch complex, Spaceport Esrange, has officially been inaugurated by the Swedish Head of State, King Carl XVI Gustaf, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the Swedish Prime Minister, Ulf Kristersson. Thereby, the European Union introduced a new and long-awaited critical asset to its shared space infrastructure, offering an independent European gateway to Space from northernmost Sweden.

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Inauguration of Spaceport Esrange Sweden – live

Today, on 13 January 2023, the Swedish head of state, King Carl XVI Gustaf, and European and Swedish political dignitaries will visit Esrange Space Center in northern Sweden to cut the ribbon of a new spaceport. The new spaceport, which saw years of preparation and construction, will significantly reshape the European space landscape. The event will take place in Kiruna in conjunction with Sweden taking over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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