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ESA Satellite Dodges Out of the Way to Avoid Collision with SpaceX Starlink
ESA Satellite Dodges Out of the Way to Avoid Collision with SpaceX Starlink

4 Sep 2019, 15:52 UTC / ESA Aeolus Earth forced to raise its orbit to avoid a possible collision with one of the satellites in the SpaceX Starlink constellation

 
Virgin Orbit Cosmic Girl Airplane Drops LauncherOne in Successful Test
Virgin Orbit Cosmic Girl Airplane Drops LauncherOne in Successful Test

11 Jul 2019, 11:59 UTC / Virgin Orbit conducts its first drop test of the LauncherOne using the modified Boeing 747-400 aircraft called Cosmic Girl as a launch platform

 
Starlink Satellites Are Now Up and Running, Moving to Orbits
Starlink Satellites Are Now Up and Running, Moving to Orbits

3 Jun 2019, 09:59 UTC / SpaceX says Starlink satellites have deployed their solar arrays, generated positive power and communicated with our ground stations

 
SpaceX Starlink Satellites Become Light Pearls Marching in the Night Sky
SpaceX Starlink Satellites Become Light Pearls Marching in the Night Sky

28 May 2019, 09:04 UTC / A long line of Starlink satellites were caught on camera by astronomer Marco Langbroek moving in the skies over Europe after launch

 
60 Starlink Satellites Are Now in Orbit Ready to Spread Internet Over the World
60 Starlink Satellites Are Now in Orbit Ready to Spread Internet Over the World

24 May 2019, 13:51 UTC / Falcon 9 launches and deliver 60 Starlink satellites to orbit, SpaceX to begin the testing of the technology at it plans for more launches

 
This Is How 60 Internet Satellites Bundled Together in a Rocket Look Like
This Is How 60 Internet Satellites Bundled Together in a Rocket Look Like

14 May 2019, 09:55 UTC / SpaceX gears up for the first full-scale launch of Starlink satellites, Musk tweets a photo showing 60 of them packed in the Falcon 9

 
SpaceX Launches 20th Rocket with USAF GPS Satellite, Does Not Recover Booster
SpaceX Launches 20th Rocket with USAF GPS Satellite, Does Not Recover Booster

24 Dec 2018, 11:07 UTC / Very unlike SpaceX, the company did not attempt to recover the first stage booster after separation due to “mission requirements.”

 
19th SpaceX Launch Sends to Orbit Largest Number of Payloads Ever from U.S. Soil
19th SpaceX Launch Sends to Orbit Largest Number of Payloads Ever from U.S. Soil

4 Dec 2018, 16:36 UTC / SpaceX breaks three records with Monday's Falcon 9 launch: largest number of payloads, reusing the same booster three times and the 19th launch in a year

 
Watch Chinese Satellite Shoot Rocket Launch from 300 Miles Up
Watch Chinese Satellite Shoot Rocket Launch from 300 Miles Up

10 Sep 2018, 12:01 UTC / Chinese satellite gets images of a rocket launch in the Gobi desert, showing how such an event looks like from 300 miles above the Earth

 
May the Space Force Be With You
May the Space Force Be With You

18 Aug 2018, 08:12 UTC / The White House detailed last week the steps needed for the creation of the wolrd's first dedicated space military, the Space Force.

 
ISO Readies First Ever Standard for Small Spacecraft
ISO Readies First Ever Standard for Small Spacecraft

17 Aug 2018, 14:35 UTC / Small spacecraft manufacturing and operation will from now on be governed by the new ISO/TS 20991 standard adopted this week.

 
Donald Trump Outlines Steps to Create the United States Space Force
Donald Trump Outlines Steps to Create the United States Space Force

10 Aug 2018, 08:07 UTC / Mike Pence and the White House detail the plans for the creation of the U.S. Space Force and the structures required to support it.

 
NASA Working on Robots Capable of Fixing Satellites in Space
NASA Working on Robots Capable of Fixing Satellites in Space

20 Jul 2018, 13:27 UTC / NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center currently testing Restore-L, the agency's proposal for an autonomous repair spacecraft

 
NASA Satellites Track Kilauea Eruption
NASA Satellites Track Kilauea Eruption

22 May 2018, 09:49 UTC / NASA is helping the U.S. Geological Survey by deploying seven space-based instruments to provide information about the eruption in Hawaii

 
Space Wars Coming to a Sky Above You
Space Wars Coming to a Sky Above You

18 Feb 2018, 09:18 UTC / The Director of National Intelligence says Russia and China are working on technologies capable of destroying orbiting satellites.

 
Armored Vehicles Can Get Wireless Internet Now, It's More Secure Than 4G/LTE
Armored Vehicles Can Get Wireless Internet Now, It's More Secure Than 4G/LTE

26 Jan 2017, 16:34 UTC / Kymeta, a company specialized in communication solutions, has announced it has developed a flat antenna solution designed for armored cars that need Internet

 
SpaceX Launches Another Satellite, Rocket Lands On "Of Course I Still Love You"
SpaceX Launches Another Satellite, Rocket Lands On "Of Course I Still Love You"

15 Aug 2016, 15:20 UTC / SpaceX, the other company that fills the heart of Elon Musk, has successfully launched another satellite. Its Falcon 9 Rocket safely landed vertically

 
Elon Musk Officially Asks for Permission to Launch 4,000 Satellites: Internet
Elon Musk Officially Asks for Permission to Launch 4,000 Satellites: Internet

15 Sep 2015, 08:37 UTC / Elon Musk is planning to rule the world. The world of internet that is, and we're pretty sure it his somehow related to the future self-driving EVs

 
First Space Fuel Station to Open in 2015
First Space Fuel Station to Open in 2015

16 Mar 2011, 08:39 UTC / As the space exploration age as we know it is slowly coming to an end, with the retiring of the three space shuttles programmed for the current year, all eyes are on private entrepreneurs, who are e...

 
UK Tests Satellite-Based Speed Cameras
UK Tests Satellite-Based Speed Cameras

21 Apr 2010, 08:12 UTC / Having to battle a wave of public outrage every time they install a new speed camera on some road, UK authorities decided it's time to put an end to all the debate and stop drivers from having ...