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  • Lockheed Martin to Launch 3 Satellites in 2023 to Advance Joint All-Domain Operations
    by 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 Increase
    by 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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  • Sep082017

    THE EXOPLANET NEXT DOOR

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  • Jul042016

    the history of flight

    Environmentally Friendly All of Kepler’s technologies are green technologies and do not harm the environment. Kepler’s technologies are powered by…

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  • Jun042016

    The history of airplanes

    Parts of a Plane The body of the plane is called the fuselage. It is generally a long tube shape. The…

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  • Jul042015

    The history of jet propulsion

    In 1936, students at the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory of the California Institute of Technology (GALCIT), directed by Dr. Theodore von…

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  • Jan162010

    Noticias VTOL

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