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SpaceX successfully launches re-used Dragon cargo capsule for its third trip to the Space Station

SpaceX successfully launches re-used Dragon cargo capsule for its third trip to the Space Station SpaceX has launched its nineteenth resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on behalf of NASA. The launch took place at 12:29 PM EST (9:29 AM PST) from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a Falcon 9 […]

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UK Space Agency will provide $9.5 million to Virgin Orbit for Cornwall spaceport

UK Space Agency will provide .5 million to Virgin Orbit for Cornwall spaceport Richard Branson’s small satellite launch company Virgin Orbit announced today that it has secured final approval on a £7.35 million ($9.5 million) grant from the UK Space Agency (UKSA), funds which will be used by Virgin Orbit to help […]

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Blue Origin’s passengers will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a ticket on New Shepard

Blue Origin’s passengers will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a ticket on New Shepard After committing to having a first crewed launch of its rocket ship in 2019, Blue Origin, the rocket manufacturer and launch services company backed by Jeff Bezos, is likely going to have to push that timeline […]

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Virgin Orbit signs agreement to launch small satellites for the UK’s Royal Air Force

Virgin Orbit signs agreement to launch small satellites for the UK’s Royal Air Force Virgin Orbit, the small satellite launch company backed by billionaire Richard Branson, has signed an initial agreement to develop small satellite launch capabilities for the UK’s Royal Air Force (RAF). The deal, which is part of the RAF’s […]

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FAA proposal aims to ‘streamline’ regulations for future space launches

FAA proposal aims to ‘streamline’ regulations for future space launches On Tuesday, the FAA and Department of Transportation published a proposal that greases the wheels for the commercial space industry, long bound by outdated regulations that were not created with a modern vision of private spaceflight in mind. Last May, the Trump […]

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Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo hits Mach 1.9 in second successful test flight

Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo hits Mach 1.9 in second successful test flight Virgin Galactic is celebrating a successful second test flight of SpaceShipTwo, the rocket-powered passenger spacecraft that may someday take tourists to the edge of space. Today’s test took the VSS Unity, the second craft built in this class, up to 114,500 […]

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