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Mars Cubesats fall silent – SpaceNews.com

FREMONT, California. – The two Cubesats who played a key role in NASA's last Marsland mission have not been in contact with Earth for over a month, suggesting their groundbreaking mission is over. In a February 5 statement, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory stated that it had not heard from the Mars Cube One or MarCO-Cubesats since the beginning of the …

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Researchers Develop CubeSats with Lasers to Provide Uniform Reference Light for Telescopes Scanning for Far Planets – ScienceDaily

Beyond our solar system, there are more than 3,900 confirmed planets. Most of them were discovered due to their "transits" – cases in which a planet crosses its star and blocks its light for a moment. These burglaries in the starlight can tell astronomers about the size and distance of a planet to its star. To learn more about the …

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Rocket Lab launches cubesats for NASA

WASHINGTON – A Rocket Lab Electron rocket successfully launched a group of cubesats Dec. The Electron rocket lifted off the company's Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula at 1:33 am. Eastern. The rocket is a kick stage containing the 13 satellites into orbit nine minutes after launch. About 40 minutes, later, the kick stage ignited for a 90-second …

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Rocket Lab launches six CubeSats and Drag Sail demos – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see other articles of this nature, please support our space program coverage by becoming Spaceflight Now Member . If everyone who likes our website contributes to financing, we can continue to expand and improve our coverage. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a Rocket Lab Electron rocket from Launch Complex 1 on the …

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CubeSats will be used on Rocket Lab's first commercial launch – Spaceflight Now

Rocket Labs electron rocket will start on Friday from New Zealand. Credit: Rocket Lab Five small satellites, including one built by high school high school students in Southern California, await the first commercial flight of the Rocket Lab's Electron Booster on Friday from New Zealand. The US New Zealand launch company plans to launch the two-stage rocket during a four-hour …

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NASA CubeSats heading for Mars

NASA has achieved a premiere for the class of tiny spacecraft CubeSats, opening up a new gateway to space. Last week, two CubeSats called MarCO-A and MarCO-B fired their propulsion systems to approach Mars. This process, called a trajectory correction maneuver, allows a spacecraft to refine its route to Mars after takeoff. Both CubeSats have successfully completed this maneuver; NASA's …

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NASA CubeSats heading for Mars

An artist concept for NASA's MarCO CubeSats. The twin MARCOs are the first CubeSats to perform a trajectory correction maneuver and control their engines to Mars. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech NASA has achieved a first target for the class of tiny spacecraft known as CubeSats, which opens up new access to space. Last week, two CubeSats called MarCO-A and MarCO-B …

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NASA Mars Cubesats & # 39; Wall-E & # 39; and & # 39; Eva & # 39; will be on another planet first

If the NASA InSight Mars Lander launches for the Red Planet on Saturday (May 5), he will not travel alone. Two small spaceships nicknamed "Wall-E" and "Eva" are the first CubeSats to travel to another planet. The twin CubeSats are tiny spaceships of a type whose design became popular in the 2000's as miniaturized computers increased the ship's capabilities. While …

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Three places for Cubesats still free on SLS! – The financial

The article of Three Places for Cubesats is still free on SLS! The space launch system's first lunar mission is scheduled to take piggyback charges – thirteen Cubesat satellites Space Launch System (SLS) is being developed since 2011 when the Obama administration's President decided that Abandon Constellation project. The constellation was one of the foundations of George W. Bush's Vision …

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