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Astra to launch from U.K. spaceport

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Astra announced May 10 that it plans to carry out launches from a spaceport in the Shetland Islands starting in 2023 as part of international expansion plans.

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South Korea’s new president seeks independent space agency, deeper US space cooperation

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South Korea’s newly elected president Yoon Suk-yeol will take office May 10 with a set of ambitious space projects aimed at making the country a major space power by 2035.

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NASA defends decision to shut down SOFIA

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NASA officials say they believe the latest effort to shut down an airborne observatory is more likely to be successful because of the endorsement of doing so by last year’s decadal survey.

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FAA and NTSB discussing roles in commercial spaceflight investigations

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Two federal agencies in a turf battle over commercial spaceflight investigations say they are now talking with each other to better define their roles and responsibilities.

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Astra prepares for TROPICS launch campaign

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Small launch vehicle developer Astra says it is ready to perform a series of launches for NASA once it receives a license for those missions.

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Deep Blue Aerospace completes kilometer-level rocket launch and landing test

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A Chinese launch startup sent a small rocket test stage up to an altitude of one kilometer Friday before a performing a powered descent and vertical landing.

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Splashdown of SpaceX capsule caps busy season of space station crew rotations

Four astronauts returned to Earth from the International Space Station early Friday with a parachute-assisted splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida, the sixth crew launch or landing in support of the station program in fewer than 50 days.

Telesat to order 100 fewer satellites for LEO constellation

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TAMPA, Fla. — Increasing costs and delays have forced Telesat to downsize plans for 298 low Earth orbit satellites by a third to keep within its $5 billion budget.

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New Intelsat CEO builds out leadership team

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Intelsat announced financial, commercial and aviation leadership changes May 5 to guide the satellite operator’s post-bankruptcy future.

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Echostar says Jupiter-3 won’t be ready for 2022 launch

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Echostar says satellite builder Maxar Technologies won’t deliver its long-awaited Jupiter-3 satellite in time for its end-of-year launch on a Falcon 9 rocket.

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Report: U.S. defense and intelligence agencies slow to embrace small-satellite revolution

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The United States is at risk of being outpaced by China in space capabilities, in part due to the slow adoption of commercial innovations such as small satellites, warns a new report released May 5 by the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.

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Air Force’s rocket propulsion arm looking to invest in technologies for ‘responsive launch’

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The Air Force Research Laboratory’s rocket propulsion arm is asking space companies to help identify technologies and capabilities the military will need to launch missions on short timelines. 

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