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Join us for a fireside chat with Lori Garver & Jim Bridenstine

Together for the first time. She's a longtime SLS critic who served a decade in senior NASA roles under Clinton and Obama. He's a Republican ex-congressman who ran NASA for three years under Trump. The post Join us for a fireside chat with Lori Garver & Jim Bridenstine appeared first on SpaceNews.

Join us for a fireside chat with Lori Garver & Jim Bridenstine2022-11-26T13:07:41-07:00

 India’s PSLV rocket launches nine satellites in final mission of 2022

India’s space agency ISRO launched a one-ton Earth observation satellite and eight nanosatellites to sun-synchronous polar orbit Nov. 26 aboard the nation’s workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket. The post  India’s PSLV rocket launches nine satellites in final mission of 2022 appeared first on SpaceNews.

 India’s PSLV rocket launches nine satellites in final mission of 20222022-11-26T13:07:41-07:00

Orion enters lunar distant retrograde orbit

NASA’s Orion spacecraft entered a high-altitude orbit around the moon Nov. 25 in the latest major step in the Artemis 1 uncrewed test flight. The post Orion enters lunar distant retrograde orbit appeared first on SpaceNews.

Orion enters lunar distant retrograde orbit2022-11-26T13:07:42-07:00

AF Week in Photos

This week's photos feature Airmen from around the globe involved in activities supporting expeditionary operations and defending America. This weekly feature showcases the men and women of the Air Force.

AF Week in Photos2022-11-25T13:10:44-07:00

Rocket Lab to launch remaining NASA TROPICS satellites

NASA has selected Rocket Lab to launch the remaining four cubesats of a constellation to monitor tropical weather systems after the first two were lost in an Astra launch failure. The post Rocket Lab to launch remaining NASA TROPICS satellites appeared first on SpaceNews.

Rocket Lab to launch remaining NASA TROPICS satellites2022-11-25T13:10:38-07:00

Equipment defect delays first commercial Vega C flight

Arianespace said Nov. 25 it is delaying the first commercial flight for Europe’s upgraded Vega C rocket by nearly a month to replace defective equipment. The post Equipment defect delays first commercial Vega C flight appeared first on SpaceNews.

Equipment defect delays first commercial Vega C flight2022-11-25T13:10:39-07:00

ESA announces new astronaut class

ESA has selected its first new astronauts in more than a decade, although long-term flight opportunities for the agency’s astronaut corps remain uncertain. The post ESA announces new astronaut class appeared first on SpaceNews.

ESA announces new astronaut class2022-11-24T13:07:18-07:00

ESA secures 16.9 billion euros at ministerial

European Space Agency member states have provided the agency with 16.9 billion euros ($17.5 billion) for the next three years, a significant increase over 2019 but more than 1.5 billion euros below what the agency sought. The post ESA secures 16.9 billion euros at ministerial appeared first on SpaceNews.

ESA secures 16.9 billion euros at ministerial2022-11-23T13:07:53-07:00

SpaceX launches Eutelsat 10B on expendable Falcon 9

SpaceX overcame a bleak weather forecast to launch a satellite Nov. 22 that expands Eutelsat further into fast-growing markets for providing broadband to planes and ships. The post SpaceX launches Eutelsat 10B on expendable Falcon 9 appeared first on SpaceNews.

SpaceX launches Eutelsat 10B on expendable Falcon 92022-11-23T13:07:54-07:00

Maxar to compensate Echostar for Jupiter 3 delays

Echostar said Nov. 22 that Maxar Technologies is providing compensation for production issues that have delayed the launch of its Jupiter 3 satellite to at least the first half of 2023. The post Maxar to compensate Echostar for Jupiter 3 delays appeared first on SpaceNews.

Maxar to compensate Echostar for Jupiter 3 delays2022-11-23T13:07:55-07:00