Maxar is sticking to its multi-year diversification plan

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According to Dan Jablonsky, president and Chief executive officer of Maxar Technologies, the company is progressing to diversify its market. However, it is still in the “early innings” of attracting further security and intelligence jobs. Throughout a business earnings call on February 24, Jablonsky stated, “It’s a multi-year path that […]

Space Force assigns engineering deal for ULA Vulcan rocket certification

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The Millennium Engineering and Integration won a $13.2 million award from the United States Space Force on February 19 for operations in aid of the United Launch Alliance’s Vulcan rocket certification. MEI received an estimated $55 million deal in the year 2018 for engineering facilities linked to the certification of dual newly built launch […]

Laser crosslinks are added by SpaceX to the polar Starlink satellites

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Laser crosslinks are fitted with the very first Starlink satellites to be deployed into polar orbit, a capability which the company expects to extend next year to the other satellites. On its January 24 Transporter-1 dedicated rideshare mission, SpaceX featured 10 Starlink satellites. Since securing the Federal Communications Commission contract to do […]

2021 is likely to be an excellent year for Space

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As we know, 2020 was a fearful and horrible year due to the uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic. However, things were different for the space enthusiasts since they gave only promising news amid the hardship time. For instance, SpaceX took astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) two times. […]

Spanning Space-Based Engineering Developments Across 2020

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2020 has been a substantially tricky year for the space exploration sector and the world in general. This realization is especially true after the emergence of the coronavirus pandemic that caused a complete shutdown of the space exploration industry. However, despite the coronavirus’s destructive characteristic, it did not manage to […]

Celebrating Katherine Johnson: A Pillar in Space Exploration 

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No name rings a bell behind space exploration scenes like Katherine Johnson: Katherine is the leading force behind launch calculations for the first man bound mission to space. Katherine was one of the lead scientists tasked with finalizing estimates for the launch event.  Johnson was part of NASA’s human-computer team. […]

NASA Space Orbiters in Designated Flyby Past Venus 

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The NASA space Orbiter will remain working for the holiday. The schematics behind the deep space-based satellite show that it will spend the festive season closer to Venus. The satellite is on a crucial mission that is going on despite its operators and engineers taking their festive break.  The satellite […]

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