March 29, 2019: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Chinese startup OneSpace fails in first orbital launch attempt This company’s CEO likened his company to being China’s SpaceX. Which is certainly hopping on the “SpaceX of (insert nation’s name here)” bandwagon. But it seems after hopping on OneSpace has become the tambourine player in the back of the bandwagon. Not a great start. However, […]

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Soviet AntiSatellite History

Popular Mechanics has a great post, The Hidden History of the Soviet Satellite-Killer, of the history of Soviet/Russian antisatellite (ASAT) systems.  Did you know the first successful satellite interception test probably happened a little over 45 years ago?  And the Soviets were the ones to do it? It’s a worthwhile read, if you’re interested.  For the rest […]

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