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ISSN (Print) 2214-0379 - ISSN (Online) 2214-0387
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  • Press Clips Week 10-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Chinese Rocket Breaks Up Over Texas After Putting Three Spy Satellites In Orbit To Monitor South China Sea Part of a Chinese rocket used to send military surveillance satellites into space has plunged back to Earth and disintegrated over Texas. The second stage part of the Chang Zheng 2D ‘Long March’ rocket, which... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 17:53:40 +000
  • Press Clips Week 09-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Japan’s New Rocket Fails After Engine Issue, In Blow To Space Ambitions Japan’s new medium-lift rocket failed on its debut flight in space on Tuesday after the launcher’s second-stage engine did not ignite as planned, in a blow to its efforts to cut the cost of accessing space and compete against Elon Musk’s... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 17:21:22 +000
  • Press Clips Week 08-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS European Union To Build Its Own Satellite-Internet Constellation The European Union is going to launch its own satellite communications constellation. The European Parliament adopted the proposal for the Infrastructure for Resilience, Interconnection and Security by Satellites (IRISS) constellation on Feb. 14.  The nearly unanimous decision was backed by 603 votes with just six... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 07 Mar 2023 19:02:06 +000
  • Press Clips Week 07-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Damaged Russian Spacecraft Means NASA Astronauts Might Stay Stuck on the ISS Last summer, a former NASA administrator quipped to Futurism that Russia’s spacecraft are held together “with baling wire and duct tape” — and per the latest on Roscosmos’ damaged Soyuz capsule, it seems like that assessment may have been dead on. In... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 01 Mar 2023 19:35:51 +000
  • Press Clips Week 06-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS For Second Time In Two Months, A Russian Spacecraft Loses Critical Coolant A Russian Progress supply ship successfully docked with the International Space Station early Saturday but in an unlikely, presumed coincidence, another Progress, docked at a different port, suffered a sudden loss of coolant similar to an incident that disabled a Soyuz... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Feb 2023 15:50:54 +000
  • Press Clips Week 05-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS NASA’s Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Releases 2022 Annual Report The Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP), an advisory committee that reports to NASA and Congress, issued its 2022 annual report Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, examining the agency’s safety performance, accomplishments, and challenges over the past year. The report highlights 2022 activities and observations on... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 14 Feb 2023 15:29:22 +000
  • Press Clips Week 04-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS US Downs Chinese Balloon, Drawing A Threat From China The U.S. military on Saturday shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon off the Carolina coast after it traversed sensitive military sites across North America. China insisted the flyover was an accident involving a civilian aircraft and threatened repercussions. President Joe Biden issued the... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 07 Feb 2023 15:51:19 +000
  • Press Clips Week 03-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Europe Grappling With Space Access Challenges The European Space Agency is grappling with multiple issues that could leave Europe temporarily without its own access to space by this summer. In a Jan. 23 press briefing, ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher said that space transportation issues, including the December failure of a Vega C... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Jan 2023 16:36:52 +000
  • Press Clips Week 02-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Op-Ed | Despite Tech Reset, The Space Economy Is Here To Stay The global space industry is expected to eclipse $1 trillion over the next few decades. And while casual onlookers sometimes express skepticism of this rapid growth — often due to their disdain for the billionaires in the captain’s chair of the... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 24 Jan 2023 15:55:30 +000
  • Press Clips Week 01-2023
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Last Year Marked The End Of An Era In Spaceflight—Here’s What We’re Watching Next This past year was a momentous one in spaceflight, bringing to a close many of the most significant storylines that have dominated this industry in the last 10 to 15 years. Consider the state of play in 2010: A... Read more →
      PubDate: Mon, 16 Jan 2023 15:20:10 +000
  • Press Clips Week 51-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Soyuz Capsule Leak Could Strand 3 Astronauts On Space Station, Raising Safety Concern, Expert Says Footage of the spectacular coolant leak from the Russian Soyuz spaceship that took place on Wednesday (Dec. 14) convinced a leading spaceflight safety expert that the craft is most likely no longer flightworthy. And that is a huge... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 20 Dec 2022 15:55:26 +000
  • Press Clips Week 50-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS NASA Talks Mobile Launcher Refurbishment, Modifications Needed For Artemis II Crew Debut Of SLS Mobile Launcher 1 (ML1, or ML) is on its way back to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the Kennedy Space Center after successfully launching the SLS rocket and Orion/European Service Module duo on the Artemis I mission from... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 14 Dec 2022 14:50:50 +000
  • Press Clips Week 49-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS The SLS Moon Rocket Exceeded Expectations With Its Historic Liftoff, NASA Says NASA has conducted a preliminary review of the inaugural Space Launch System launch, saying the rocket met and even exceeded all expectations. On Wednesday, NASA released its initial analysis of SLS’ performance as it lifted off on November 16, sending an... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 07 Dec 2022 20:25:43 +000
  • Press Clips Week 48-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: Astronauts To Live And Work On The Moon By 2030, Nasa Official Says Astronauts are on course to be living and working on the moon before the end of the decade, according to a Nasa official. Howard Hu, the head of the US agency’s Orion lunar spacecraft programme, said humans could be active on the... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 29 Nov 2022 18:26:50 +000
  • Press Clips Week 47-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS NASA Calls Test Of Inflatable Heat Shield A Success A NASA demonstration of an inflatable heat shield showed the technology worked and can be scaled up for missions on Earth and Mars, project leaders said Nov. 17. NASA flew the Low-Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator (LOFTID) as a secondary payload... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 22 Nov 2022 18:51:35 +000
  • Press Clips Week 46-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Cygnus Cargo Ship Is Trying To Reach Space Station With Only 1 Solar Array Deployed A private cargo ship’s trip to the International Space Station (ISS) isn’t going as planned. Northop Grumman’s robotic Cygnus cargo ship launched toward the ISS this morning (Nov. 7) from Virginia, packed with more than 4.1 tons (3.7... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 15 Nov 2022 16:49:15 +000
  • Press Clips Week 45-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS China’s Space Ambitions Are Fueling Competition and Collaboration At 3:37 a.m. ET on Monday, China launched the last key component of its space station, the latest step in the country’s efforts to become a leading space power. The Mengtian (“dreaming of the heavens”) lab module, onboard a carrier rocket, blasted off the Wenchang... Read more →
      PubDate: Wed, 09 Nov 2022 11:29:00 +000
  • Press Clips Week 44-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Space Station Maneuvers to Avoid Orbital Debris This evening, the International Space Station’s Progress 81 thrusters fired for 5 minutes, 5 seconds in a Pre-Determined Debris Avoidance Maneuver (PDAM) to provide the complex an extra measure of distance away from the predicted track of a fragment of Russian Cosmos 1408 debris. The thruster... Read more →
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Nov 2022 16:34:02 +000
  • Press Clips Week 43 – 2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS ISS Maneuvers To Evade Space Debris – Roscosmos The orbit of the International Space Station has been changed to evade space debris, Roscosmos said in a statement on Monday. “The orbit of the International Space Station was adjusted on Monday, October 17, 2022 to evade space debris,” the company said on Telegram. Roscosmos... Read more →
      PubDate: Thu, 27 Oct 2022 09:04:34 +000
  • Press Clips Week 42-2022
    • Authors: Staff Writers
      Abstract: TOP NEWS Russia Is Speeding Up Work To Create National Space Station — Roscosmos Russian space corporation Roscosmos is intensively working on creation of a national space station, Yury Borisov, head of the state corporation, told reporters on Thursday. “We are speeding up work on the creation of the Russian space station,” Borisov said. According... Read more →
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Oct 2022 08:54:45 +000
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