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Lockheed Martin makes headlines after selecting ABL Space Systems rocket to power UK’s first Vertical Satellite Launch

This post was originally published on this siteOne of the most awaited launches in the Space calendar includes the UK Pathfinder Launch Project. It is the first vertical satellite launch to take place from the UK soil. Following the grand project, Lockheed Martin took the initiative to contract the ABL Space Systems, El Segundo, California. […]

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NASA reveals Perseverance landing video

This post was originally published on this siteNASA officials stated on February 22 that the Perseverance rover is in great shape on the surface of Mars, showing spectacular images from its touchdown on the red planet last week. At a meeting at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the project leaders said that since touching down in Jezero […]

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Satellites overtake balloons in leading the internet technology

This post was originally published on this siteSatellites reached their peak usage when they gained entrance into internet connectivity in areas where the internet is unavailable. Initially, they were the most expensive and the slowest in broadband services before the pandemic brought a new perspective of this concept. Moreover, high technology companies decided to venture […]

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Space Force assigns engineering deal for ULA Vulcan rocket certification

This post was originally published on this site The Millennium Engineering and Integration won a $13.2 million award from the United States Space Force on February 19 for operations in aid of the United Launch Alliance’s Vulcan rocket certification. MEI received an estimated $55 million deal in the year 2018 for engineering facilities linked to the certification of dual […]

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Amazon Web Services play a vital role in the space industry

This post was originally published on this siteAmazon Web Services (AWS) is getting into the space sector with a boom. Amazon, a cloud computing giant, offers ground infrastructure, allowing companies to analyse and process satellites’ data. The company’s services attract more new clients since Amazon provides customized services like mission control and cloud-based satellite operations. […]

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Alpha Insights debuts its plan to develop dual-band SAR satellites

This post was originally published on this siteThere is a new kid in the block in the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sector. Alpha Insights, a Toronto-based startup, was established in 2020. Scott Larson, a former Urthecast CEO, founded the company after the former got into financial problems. Larson co-founded Urthecast alongside his brother Wade. The […]

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Department of Defense considering capitalizing on new space technology to augment military systems

This post was originally published on this siteDespite the US military’s investment in a ‘very exquisite’ set of satellites for the past decades, there is a need to change to a distinct space architecture. According to Steve Butow, space portfolio of the Defense Innovation Unit director, the new architecture will take advantage of the innovations. […]

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Application of satellite technology in salvaging farming activities

This post was originally published on this siteThai farmers understand that the only assistance they can get from the government won’t help them when a natural disaster strikes. Farmers have to pray that the weather will favor them. Many instances have revealed farmers record low income and high costs of doing rice production. Additionally, the […]

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India modifies human spaceflight programme for Gaganyaan, stalls Chandrayaan-3

This post was originally published on this siteAfter COVID-19-related setbacks, India has modified target dates for deployments of its human space flights and Chandrayaan-3 lunar touchdown. The launch was scheduled for August 2022 by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Indian independence. Even so, after the second uncrewed flight test now scheduled […]

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Investors view numerous avenues for space industry exits

This post was originally published on this siteDuring the 2021 SmallSat Symposium, the panelists said that money is flowing and will continue to flow into the space industry. They said the money is from private equity firms, government agencies, and public markets. James Murray, a member of investment bank PJT Partners, said that it has […]