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- Lockheed Martin to Launch 3 Satellites in 2023 to Advance Joint All-Domain Operationsby Rachel Jewett on 08/05/2022
Lockheed Martin said that it plans to launch three company developed satellites next year to help demonstrate Joint All-Domain Operations (JADO). The effort is part of the company’s Space-Augmented JADO Environment (SAJE) test bed. “In 2023, Lockheed Martin will launch its own constellation of small satellites to demonstrate how space can provide global battlefield awareness, sensing The post Lockheed Martin to Launch 3 Satellites in 2023 to Advance Joint All-Domain Operations appeared first on Via Satellite.
- Astra Suspends Launches in 2022 to Work on Next Launch System by Rachel Jewett on 08/05/2022
Astra Space is ending use of its Rocket 3.3 iteration after two launch failures and moving to the next version of its launch system. The rocket, part of Space Launch System 1.0, successfully reached orbit in a mission for the U.S. Space Force in November and then again in a March mission. But the rocket The post Astra Suspends Launches in 2022 to Work on Next Launch System appeared first on Via Satellite.
- Telsat Lightspeed Financing is Delayed, Costs Increaseby Rachel Jewett on 08/05/2022
Funding for Telesat’s Lightspeed constellation is hitting some speed bumps as the Canadian operator reported delays in financing discussions with export credit agencies (ECA), and that it will likely need to secure additional funding to deal with increased costs. Lightspeed is Telesat’s Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation in the works. Earlier this year, Telesat downsized plans The post Telsat Lightspeed Financing is Delayed, Costs Increase appeared first on Via Satellite.
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- Planetary Defense: Study Finds That NASA’s DART Spacecraft Could Obliterate Asteroidsby University of Bern on 08/07/2022
University of Bern researchers simulate planetary defense. The world’s first comprehensive planetary defense test against potential asteroid impacts on Earth is being conducted by NASA... The post Planetary Defense: Study Finds That NASA’s DART Spacecraft Could Obliterate Asteroids appeared first on SciTechDaily.
- Science Reveals: How Does Your Brain Be Creative?by Institut du Cerveau (Paris Brain Institute) on 08/07/2022
How can we use knowledge exploration to spark creativity? We must use all of our prior knowledge while trying to come up with a creative... The post Science Reveals: How Does Your Brain Be Creative? appeared first on SciTechDaily.
- Over 70% of American Children Have Poor Heart Healthby Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago on 08/07/2022
This is the first study in the United States to measure cardiovascular health using the American Heart Association’s new criteria and scoring. According to the... The post Over 70% of American Children Have Poor Heart Health appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Kepler Aerospace Ltd and Kepler Fusion Inc patent filing process beginsRead more
NEWS RELEASE Kepler Aerospace Ltd. and Kepler Fusion Inc. (“Kepler”) announce that the filing process for Kepler’s Texatron™ patent titled…
Mr. Jonathan Brandenburg has joined the Kepler team as the Company’s Chief TechnologistRead more
Kepler Aerospace Ltd. (“Kepler”) announces that Mr. Jonathan Brandenburg has joined the Kepler team as the Company’s Chief Technologist and…
Travis Yakimishyn is joining the Kepler team as a Senior Electrical Engineer.Read more
Mr. Michael Smith is joining the Kepler team as a Chief Legal Officer.Read more
Kenneth Doyle is joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore Inc.Read more
Scott J. Winder is joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore Inc.Read more
Kepler Aerospace aims to get former RAF VC10 flying againRead more
Schuyler “Sky” Jelsma is joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore Inc. teamRead more