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SpaceX thinks it can send humans to the moon before 2024

It’s no secret that a new space race has been brewing for a few years. This time, rather than being a competition between two federal space agencies, the race has more competitors and is more complicated. Besides more state competitors, there are also commercial space entities vying for lucrative positions …

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Australian space company to launch air traffic satellites on SpaceX carpooling – Australian Aviation

Australian space services company Skykraft has reached an agreement to launch its new 300-kilogram air traffic management satellite on SpaceX’s upcoming SmallSat Rideshare Transporter-5 mission. UNSW Canberra City hopes its air traffic management satellites will improve the safety of aircraft flying around the world. The satellite will be launched aboard …

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6 breathtaking photos show a rocket before the biggest test

It finally happened – SpaceX stacked the spacecraft, creating what could become the world’s tallest rocket to ever fly. Over the weekend, the spaceflight company’s CEO Elon Musk first shared photos on Twitter of his fully stacked rocket at the company’s facility in Texas. The rocket under development is designed …

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CNN takes a look at Space Force

And yet every Guardian we spoke to described their fight as just as hostile as any other front today. “Space is a combat domain,” said Col. Matthew Holston, commander of Space Delta 8. “That’s why we created the United States Space Force as a separate service. every day we train …

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German startups launch mini-rocket challenge at SpaceX and co.

Published on: 08/04/2021 – 05:14 Augsburg (Germany) (AFP) Auto-manufacturing powerhouse Germany is rushing to join the private sector space race as it seeks to detonate mini-launchers for small satellites and compete with large US companies such as SpaceX. Three projects in particular make Germany a serious player in the race …

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