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Tucson-based startup Phantom Space wins satellite mission orders from NASA

Tucson-based commercial rocket builder Phantom Space Corp. will be sending four NASA satellites into space as part of a program meant to help develop new launch vehicles. Phantom Space will send up NASA’s CubeSat satellites on the company’s two-stage Daytona rocket, with the initial space flights planned for 2024. Two of the CubeSats will be launched on the second Phantom flight and two more will be on the fourth, with both flights starting from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in Southern California.
TUCSON, AZ
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allarab.news

First Egyptian woman travels into space, tells of perspective shift

Egyptian engineer Sara Sabry, who founded the Deep Space Initiative nonprofit in order to increase access to space research, became the first Arab and African woman to travel into space. Two years into a six-year goal to send a citizen to space, Egypt sent Sabry in August with five other...
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maloriesadventures.com

Cosmonaut Training Camps are Emerging to Help You Experience Space without Leaving the Earth’s Orbit

Many travelers dream of exploring outer space. In fact, space tourism has officially become a conversation in today’s times when just decades ago that thought would have been laughed off. However, you will need a lot of money, a strong constitution, and vigorous training to explore the outer depths of the universe. The good news, though, is that you can now experience outer space without leaving the Earth’s orbit. Today, cosmonaut training camps are emerging to provide an outer space experience. To give you a better view, here are some of the important details about cosmonaut training.
Press Democrat

Schulz at 100: How 'Peanuts' lifts those on stage, on ice and in space

Why NASA’s mission to the moon included a stuffed Snoopy and what Charles Schulz meant to some world-class athletes.|. You can't keep a good dog down, Charlie Brown. When NASA launched a mission to the moon last week, the unmanned cabin included a stuffed Snoopy in an orange flight suit. The space beagle was among the small items that serve as "zero gravity indicators," which visually signal that the capsule has reached "the weightlessness of microgravity."
SANTA ROSA, CA
Washington Post

Schulz at 100: How ‘Peanuts’ lifts those on stage, on ice and in space

You can’t keep a good dog down, Charlie Brown. When NASA launched a mission to the moon last week, the unmanned cabin included a stuffed Snoopy in an orange flight suit. The space beagle was among the small items that serve as “zero gravity indicators,” which visually signal that the capsule has reached “the weightlessness of microgravity.”
SANTA ROSA, CA
eventtrick.com

Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo 2.0 spacecraft is on its feet

Nearly seven months after Virgin Galactic’s first SpaceShipTwo spacecraft was completely destroyed in a fatal crash , the construction of the next such spacecraft has reached its first milestone. Now the spacecraft stands firmly on its wheels and landing legs, which support its weight instead of the special slipways on which it stood up to this time.
chahidvip.com

WhatNot Offers Black Friday Prize of Free Trip to Space

This is the web version of dot.LA’s daily newsletter. Sign up for the latest news on the technology, startup and venture capital scene in Southern California. Live shopping and auction platform Whatnot won the coveted dot.LA Startup of the Year, so the company was clearly destined for greatness. So it’s perhaps not surprising that the company announced a massive Black Friday shopping event this year with a truly unique grand prize. (And note that we don’t use the cliché “out of this world” to describe the award, because puns are beneath us as an organization.)
exterrajsc.com

Lifting Body Space Rider Spacecraft Drop Tests Planned for 2023

Europe’s bid to deliver a return-to-Earth service for in-orbit transportation and research projects is rapidly taking shape, with teams working on the Space Rider spacecraft gearing up for a series of drop tests in 2023. Drop tests with small-scale models will be followed by a full-scale test in anticipation of inaugural flight towards the end of 2024.
vnexplorer.net

To orbit and back with Space Rider

Europe’s bid to deliver a return-to-Earth service for in-orbit transportation and research projects is rapidly taking shape, with teams working on the Space Rider spacecraft gearing up for a series of drop tests in 2023. Drop tests with small-scale models will be followed by a full-scale test in anticipation of inaugural flight towards the end of 2024.
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Two experiments to help humans “go farther / stay longer” in space

You are interested in Two experiments to help humans “go farther / stay longer” in space right? So let's go together Flicjr.com look forward to seeing this article right here!. When the Area X23 rocket launches on August twenty eighth to resupply the Worldwide Area Station, it’s going...
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US grounds Virgin Galactic after space flight ‘mishap’

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday mentioned it was grounding house flights by Virgin Galactic whereas it investigates why the corporate’s July mission carrying Richard Branson deviated from its deliberate trajectory. The transfer represents a blow to the house tourism agency because it prepares to hold paying...
NEW MEXICO STATE
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