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NASA agrees to work with SpaceX on orbital refueling technology

Enlarge / NASA concept for a propellant depot in space. NASA On Tuesday afternoon, NASA announced 19 new partnerships with 10 US companies to provide more cutting-edge technology for space production. There were many useful technical ideas here, such as precision landing systems and robotic equipment farms, but the most interesting might have been SpaceX and two of NASA's field …

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NASA awards $ 73.7 million to Made In Space for orbital demonstrations

SAN FRANCISCO – NASA placed an order for $ 73.7 million in Made In Space to add ten-meter support on board Archinaut One, a small satellite to be launched in 2022. "As production progresses, each carrier unfolds two solar cell arrays that produce up to five times more current on spacecraft of similar size than conventional solar panels," a July …

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Generation of extreme ultraviolet rays with time-varying orbital angular momentum

Pulses with Twist and Torque Structured light rays can serve as eddy beams with optical angular momentum and have been used to improve optical communication and imaging. Rego et al. generated dynamic vortex pulses through the interference of two time-delayed vortex beams with different orbital angular momentum through the process of generating high harmonics. A controlled time delay between pulses …

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SpaceX's first orbital spacecraft begins assembly after the steel heat shield passes the tests

SpaceX chief Elon Musk says company employees in South Texas have already begun producing the first orbital-class Starship prototype, while engineers and technicians at Hawthorne are just beginning to test the unprecedented stainless steel stainless steel heat shield. To be composed of (presumably) stainless steel hexagonal tiles, the metallic heat shield of Starship will be one of the most important …

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Shutdown allows orbital space sculptures orbiting

The closure of the government has closed museums in Washington and endangered exhibitions such as the National Gallery of Art's Tintoretto show, which was originally scheduled to open on March 10. It has also endangered an artist project near the Beltway: "Orbital Reflector," a sculpture by Trevor Paglen that was recently put into orbit. The sculpture is not lost as …

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SpaceX breaks record for commercial orbital missile launch in one year

This was the most incredible year yet for SpaceX to launch rockets. In the year 2018, Elon Musk's airline achieved 20 successful launches. These missions sent dozens of payloads into orbit, debuted two experimental Starlink Internet satellites, and even shot past the orbit of Mars with a car. The company has yet another start scheduled for December. Musk felt well …

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Overloading the space commons? Upcoming SpaceX Launch Irks orbital debris experts

Artistic representation of the payloads launched during the upcoming SSO-A mission that parted from their SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Credit: Spaceflight Experts in space debris put a red flag over the imminent launch of more than 60 small satellites on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The mission named SSO-A: SmallSat Express was Launching was scheduled for Monday (November 19) from …

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UFC aviator Rachael Ostovich sustains a broken orbital attack

UFC fighter Rachael Ostovich was hospitalized this weekend after leaving a broken orbital bone and other injuries following an attack in her hometown of Honolulu. 19659002] UFC officials refused to comment as they gathered information about the incident. Ostovich will meet on the 19th of January at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on the organization's first map on ESPN-Plus with …

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After giving an orbital boost spaceship, Cygnus leaves the space station

A Cygnus Cargo spacecraft left the International Space Station (ISS) 15 today, about two months after coming to the care and scientific equipment station for a team of six [19659003] The unresolved Cygnus Oy-9 spacecraft, also known as "SSJR Thompson", left the ISS at 8 pm: 37 pm EDT (1237 GMT), as the European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst and …

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Cygnus spaceship leaves the space station after giving it an orbital thrust

The Cygnus OA-9 spacecraft drifts off the International Space Station after being released from the Canadarm 2 robotic arm on 15 July 2018. Credit NASA A Cygnus spacecraft left the International Space Station (ISS) today (July 15), nearly two months after it had arrived with supplies and research equipment for the six-day crew of the station. The unmanned Cygnus OA-9 …

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