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Slingshot to create “Orbital Laboratory” to train next space generation

Luxembourg, 8 October 2020. – Slingshot Aerospace, a situational awareness technology specialist,  received $2 million to build a space training simulation tool for the U.S. Space Force. Slingshot will develop the Slingshot Orbital Laboratory together with the Hollywood visualization studio THE THIRD FLOOR, the Austin/Texas-based company said. The companies bring together …

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Space transport champion Momentus to go public through merger with Stable Road

Luxembourg, 8 October 2020. – The space transportation company Momentus will go public through its merger with the special purpose acquisition company Stable Road, the California-based company announced this week. The combined company will have an estimated enterprise value of approximately $1.2 billion, Momentus said. It will be named Momentus Inc. …

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Space Café WebTalk Recap: Fahad Al Mheiri about the UAE Space Economy

In this week’s Space Café WebTalk, Fahad Al Mheiri, Acting Executive Director – Space Sector at the United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA), talked about the development of the space sector in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and gave updates on the activities of the UAE Space Agency. He talked about the UAE Space …

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G20 and UNOOSA promote sharing space data and technology

Luxembourg, 8 October 2020. – The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is working with the G20 space agencies on recommendations to promote space technology and share space data to increase global resilience, the agency in Vienna said yesterday. As part of the G20 virtual conference focussing on …

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#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: SPACE IS COOL by Robert Feierbach

by Robert Feierbach, CEO of 0-G Launch I have recently heard comments from a few colleagues that our Space industry is stagnating, that the general public does not care about Space, and that the persistent COVID-19 pandemic will put many of our companies out of business. I COULDN’T DISAGREE MORE! …

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ThrustMe supported by ESA to work on alternative electric propulsion

Paris, 5 October 2020. –  The French space propulsion specialist ThrustMe gained support from the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop a new electric propulsion system coping with the challenges of the mega-constellation era, the company announced. It is ThrustMe’s first contract with ESA’s ARTES program to support “the development …

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Spacebit sends Moon robot with Intuitive Machines in 2021

Paris, 5 October 2020. – Spacebit, a space robotics and rover specialist, secured a second Moon mission for 2021, in support of NASA’s Artemis program, the UK-based company said. Spacebit will do its second ride to the Moon with Houston-based Intuitive Machines on the Nova-C lander in 2021, the company announced. …

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#SpaceWatchGL Interviews – Peter Beck of Rocket Lab: “I don’t have 50 or 60 years to wait”

Rocket Lab belongs to the top private launcher companies globally. With 14 launches and 55 deployed satellites, the company is one of the most vibrant actors in the space launcher market. SpaceWatch.Global Editor-in-Chief Markus Payer got the chance to talk to Peter Beck, Founder and CEO of Rocket Lab, to …

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Astrobotic’s CubeRover for Moon missions delivered to NASA

Luxembourg, 1 October 2020. – Astrobotic’s CubeRover for NASA’s Moon missions is on its way to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Pittsburgh-based company announced. The CubeRover is designed to provide an affordable mobile outlet for scientific instruments and other payloads to operate on the surface of the Moon, …

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