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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The Mission Readiness Review Episode 13: Momo is NOT a Studio Ghibli Character!

On today’s show: A commercial Japanese rocket fails Rocket Lab still hasn’t launched its commercial Electron rocket And, RemoveDebris–orbital debris hunter You can find the latest podcast in the link below: Intro background music POD Dreams by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. Ft: Debbizo, […]

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SPHERE Fishing for Space Debris

The International Space Station (ISS) sure could use some help, and eventually might get it if people buy off on this latest idea.  If you weren’t aware, the ISS has three robot test satellites aboard, called SPHERES.  SPHERES have been highlighted on this site before for a different project, so here’s what they’re used for just in […]

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Profits in Space

Do you know there are not many markets in the space business that are profitable?  At least that’s the spin of this Space Daily article.  It gives a few examples of areas in space business  and operations that can continue to grow and/or have potential to grow. The area of space business which is growing like gangbusters, at […]

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