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HOW MANY SATELLITES CAN WE SAFELY FIT IN EARTH ORBIT? - Experts have been sounding alarm bells for years that Earth orbit is getting a bit too crowded. So how many satellites can we actually launch to space before it gets to be too much?
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FLEET SPACE LAUNCHES CENTAURI-6 SATELLITE ON SPACEX’S BANDWAGON-1 MISSION FLEET SPACE LAUNCHES CENTAURI-6 SATELLITE ON SPACEX’S BANDWAGON-1 MISSION - Fleet Space Technologies has successfully deployed the company’s Centauri-6 satellite on SpaceX’s Bandwagon-1 mission, launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The addition of Centauri-6 to Fleet Space’s satellite constellation will play...   More
(Source: SatNews - Apr 13)


RUSSIA’S ANGARA A5 ROCKET BLASTS OFF INTO SPACE AFTER TWO ABORTED LAUNCHES RUSSIA’S ANGARA A5 ROCKET BLASTS OFF INTO SPACE AFTER TWO ABORTED LAUNCHES - Russia has launched its Angara A5 rocket from a space facility in the country’s far east after technical glitches prompted officials to abort missions at the last minute for two days in a row. Thursday’s launch of the new space vehicle is intended to showcase Russia’s post-Soviet space ambi...   More
(Source: Al Jazeera - Apr 13)


SPACEX LAUNCHES SPACE FORCE WEATHER SATELLITE DESIGNED TO TAKE OVER FOR A PROGRAM WITH ROOTS TO THE 1960S SPACEX LAUNCHES SPACE FORCE WEATHER SATELLITE DESIGNED TO TAKE OVER FOR A PROGRAM WITH ROOTS TO THE 1960S - SpaceX launched a military weather satellite designed to replace aging satellites from a program dating back to the 1960s. The United States Space Force-62 (USSF-62) mission featured the launch of the first Weather System Follow-on Microwave (WSF-M) spacecraft. Liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket from...   More
(Source: SpaceFlight Now - Apr 12)


NEW SPY-SATELLITE CONSTELLATION BEGINS LAUNCH NEXT MONTH NEW SPY-SATELLITE CONSTELLATION BEGINS LAUNCH NEXT MONTH - The National Reconnaissance Office will soon launch the first group of satellites to begin building the spy agency’s future network of intelligence satellites. “We've already launched a number of demonstration satellites over the last few years to verify cost and performance….This launch w...   More
(Source: Defense One - Apr 11)


SPACEX LAUNCHES FALCON 9 ROCKET ON STARLINK MISSION FROM CAPE CANAVERAL SPACEX LAUNCHES FALCON 9 ROCKET ON STARLINK MISSION FROM CAPE CANAVERAL - SpaceX launched its latest batch of Starlink satellites during a mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The Falcon 9 flight was the company’s 24th dedicated Starlink launch in 2024. Liftoff of the Starlink 6-48 mission from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station...   More
(Source: SpaceFlight Now - Apr 11)


MAX SPACE ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR INFLATABLE SPACE STATION MODULES MAX SPACE ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR INFLATABLE SPACE STATION MODULES - A startup has unveiled plans to develop inflatable modules that the company believes can be made larger and less expensive than alternatives, supporting commercial space stations and other applications. Max Space is developing a series of expandable modules, the first of which is scheduled to lau...   More
(Source: SpaceNews - Apr 11)


ENDING AN ERA, FINAL DELTA 4 HEAVY BOOSTS CLASSIFIED SPY SATELLITE INTO ORBIT ENDING AN ERA, FINAL DELTA 4 HEAVY BOOSTS CLASSIFIED SPY SATELLITE INTO ORBIT - Ending an era in U.S. rocketry, United Launch Alliance fired off its 16th and final triple-core Delta 4 Heavy Tuesday, launching a classified spy satellite in the last hurrah of a storied family of rockets dating back to the dawn of the space age. The Heavy's three hydrogen-fueled RS-68A first st...   More
(Source: CBS News - Apr 10)


STATION ORBITS INTO ECLIPSE, CREW WORKS RESEARCH AND SPACESUITS STATION ORBITS INTO ECLIPSE, CREW WORKS RESEARCH AND SPACESUITS - The International Space Station soared into the Moon’s shadow during the solar eclipse on Monday afternoon. The Expedition 71 crew members had an opportunity to view the shadow at the end of their workday filled with cargo transfers, spacesuit maintenance, and microgravity research. The windows...   More
(Source: NASA - Apr 10)


HERE’S WHAT A SOLAR ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE FROM SPACE HERE’S WHAT A SOLAR ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE FROM SPACE - Few people get a better view of the Earth than those who are actually off the Earth—astronauts who can look down on our planet from above. They are the lucky handful who get to experience the so-called overview effect—the transcendent sense of seeing the world as the fragile biosphere it is, set...   More
(Source: TIME - Apr 9)


SPACEX ROCKET LAUNCHES 11 SATELLITES, INCLUDING ONE FOR SOUTH KOREA, ON BANDWAGON-1 RIDESHARE FLIGHT SPACEX ROCKET LAUNCHES 11 SATELLITES, INCLUDING ONE FOR SOUTH KOREA, ON BANDWAGON-1 RIDESHARE FLIGHT - SpaceX launched 11 satellites on its first-ever Bandwagon-1 class rideshare mission from Florida tonight (April 7) and aced an evening rocket landing just minutes later. A Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) tonight at 7:16 p.m. EDT (2316 GMT), kicking off the 11-sat...   More
(Source: Space.com - Apr 8)


SPACEX BEGINS COMMERCIAL DIRECT TO CELL STARLINK CONSTELLATION WITH FALCON 9 FLIGHT FROM VANDENBERG SPACE FORCE BASE SPACEX BEGINS COMMERCIAL DIRECT TO CELL STARLINK CONSTELLATION WITH FALCON 9 FLIGHT FROM VANDENBERG SPACE FORCE BASE - For a second time this year, SpaceX is preparing to launch another batch of Starlink satellites that support its Direct to Cell capability. The six spacecraft are among the 21 total satellites which launched on Saturday, April 6, from Vandenberg Space Force Base. Liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket fr...   More
(Source: SpacFlight Now - Apr 7)


A SOYUZ CAPSULE CARRYING 3 CREW FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION LANDS SAFELY IN KAZAKHSTAN A SOYUZ CAPSULE CARRYING 3 CREW FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION LANDS SAFELY IN KAZAKHSTAN - A Russian space capsule with two women and one man safely landed in a steppe in Kazakhstan on Saturday after their missions aboard the International Space Station. The Soyuz MS-24 carrying Russia’s Oleg Novitsky, NASA's Loral O'Hara and Marina Vasilevskaya of Belarus touched down southeast of t...   More
(Source: NBC New York - Apr 6)


WATCH LIVE AS RUSSIAN SOYUZ SPACECRAFT CARRYING 3 SPACEFLYERS DEPARTS THE ISS TONIGHT WATCH LIVE AS RUSSIAN SOYUZ SPACECRAFT CARRYING 3 SPACEFLYERS DEPARTS THE ISS TONIGHT - A NASA astronaut, a Russian cosmonaut and the first female Belarusian in space will leave the space station late tonight (April 5), and you can watch the action live. NASA astronaut Loral O'Hara, Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy and spaceflight participant Marina Vasilevskaya of Belarus will le...   More
(Source: Space.com - Apr 6)


SOUTH KOREA TO LAUNCH SECOND RECONNAISSANCE SATELLITE SOUTH KOREA TO LAUNCH SECOND RECONNAISSANCE SATELLITE - The second South Korean reconnaissance satellite will be launched on April 8, Azernews reports, citing Korean Defense Ministry. The satellite will be launched from the territory of the Space Center named after John F. Kennedy in Florida on April 7, local time, but at 08:17 Seoul time on April 8 (...   More
(Source: AzerNews - Apr 6)


SPACEX LAUNCHING 21 STARLINK SATELLITES FROM CALIFORNIA ON APRIL 6 SPACEX LAUNCHING 21 STARLINK SATELLITES FROM CALIFORNIA ON APRIL 6 - SpaceX is set to launch 21 more of its Starlink broadband satellites on Saturday night (April 6) from California. A Falcon 9 rocket carrying 21 of SpaceX's Starlink spacecraft — including six that can beam service directly to cell phones — is scheduled to lift off from Vandenberg Space Force ...   More
(Source: Space.com - Apr 6)


SPACEX LAUNCHES 23 STARLINK SATELLITES ON FALCON 9 ROCKET FROM CAPE CANAVERAL SPACEX LAUNCHES 23 STARLINK SATELLITES ON FALCON 9 ROCKET FROM CAPE CANAVERAL - SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station early Friday morning to kick off a weekend that could see three missions for the company. The Starlink 6-47 mission lifted off at 5:12 a.m. EDT (0912 UTC) from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40), just minutes before moonrise ...   More
(Source: SpaceFlight Now - Apr 6)


RUSSIAN SPACE STATION: ROSCOSMOS APPROVES DESIGN FOR ORBITAL STATION AS ISS COLLABORATION NEARS END RUSSIAN SPACE STATION: ROSCOSMOS APPROVES DESIGN FOR ORBITAL STATION AS ISS COLLABORATION NEARS END - Roscosmos, Russia’s state corporation responsible for space activities, has given the green light to the preliminary design of the country’s future space station paving the way to fulfill the country’s space ambitions. The design milestone for the future space station, achieved nearly a ye...   More
(Source: EurAsian Times - Apr 5)


CREW READIES FOR DEPARTURE WHILE HUMAN RESEARCH CONTINUES CREW READIES FOR DEPARTURE WHILE HUMAN RESEARCH CONTINUES - Three International Space Station residents are in their final full day aboard the orbital outpost focusing their attention on Friday night’s departure. The rest of the Expedition 70 crew continued its human research activities ensuring crews remain healthy in space. NASA Flight Engineer Loral ...   More
(Source: NASA - Apr 5)


ESA TO LAUNCH ARCTIC WEATHER SATELLITE IN JUNE ESA TO LAUNCH ARCTIC WEATHER SATELLITE IN JUNE - The European Space Agency said Thursday it will launch a satellite in June which will improve weather forecasting in the Arctic—a region highly exposed to the effects of global warming. The Arctic Weather Satellite (AWS) was designed over three years by European aerospace company OHB....   More
(Source: Phys.org - Apr 5)


WILL THE 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE BE VISIBLE FROM SPACE? WILL THE 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE BE VISIBLE FROM SPACE? - NASA astronauts and weather satellites will watch next week's solar eclipse from space. SpaceX Crew-8 astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS), alongside at least one of the two Russian Soyuz crews on board right now, will experience a "very unique vantage point" when a total solar ecl...   More
(Source: Space.com - Apr 4)

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