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UARX Space choses Dawn Aerospace to propulse its OSSIE space tug

UARX Space has selected Dawn Aerospace to be its satellite propulsion supplier for the first OSSIE Mission of the company. OSSIE (Orbit Solutions to Simplify Injection and Exploration) is a space tug able to transport up to 400 kg of small satellites to custom orbits. The orbital transport vehicle has the capacity to carry a series of mission injector (RAMI) deployers for CubeSats.

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#SpaceWatchGL Column: Dongfang Hour China Aerospace News Roundup 26 July – 1 August 2021

As part of the partnership between SpaceWatch.Global and Orbital Gateway Consulting we have been granted permission to publish selected articles and texts. We are pleased to present “Dongfang Hour China Aerospace News Roundup 26 July – 1 August 2021”. Hello and welcome to another episode of the Dongfang Hour China Aero/Space News Roundup! A special shout-out to our friends at SpaceWatch.Global,

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Ariane 5 back to flight with launch of Eutelsat´s Quantum

Eutelsat Quantum, the first sophisticated telecommunication satellite was launched on board of an Ariane 5 on 30th July at 23:00 CEST from French Guiana Space Centre. The launch marks Arianespace’s 6th successful mission of the year. The commercial, fully flexible satellite can be repurposed completely during its time in space thanks to its configurable software-defined design.

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Software failure caused misfiring and tilted ISS during Nauka docking

A software failure caused a thruster misfiring and tilted the International Space Station (ISS) during the docking of the Russian science module Nauka, space agencies and media reports said on Friday. Nauka inadvertently started to fire its thrusters after its successful docking to the ISS and tilted the station, causing a loss of attitude control for around 45 minutes, the reports said.

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Register Today For Our Space Café Brazil On 19 August 2021

This Space Café Brazil will feature Dr. Clezio Nardin, director of the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE), in conversation with Ian Grosner, Correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Brazil. 60 Years of the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Dr. Clezio Marcos De Nardin obtained the degree of electrical engineer

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Register Today For Our Space Café “Moriba’s Vox Populi” On 12 August 2021

In honour of this sacred experience and all of you who know me and have enrolled in this global vision, I, Moriba Jah have partnered with SpaceWatch.Global to run an exciting Space Café series: Moriba’s Vox Populi (Latin for “the people’s voice”) where I intend to choose topics of relevance to space safety, security, and sustainability and have an hour-long“chill in a lounge chair”

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Astronomers uncover evidence of water at Jupiter’s Ganymede

Previously, research has suggested the presence of molecular oxygen (O2) after auroral bands were discovered in the ultraviolet (UV) images produced by the Hubble Space Telescope. However, when comparing these to recent datasets, astronomers have discovered that there was almost no O2 in the atmosphere in 2018 implying another reason for the charged particle bands.

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