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EO

Report Recommends More Federal Spending in CRS

The commercial remote sensing industry is on the rise but needs more backing from the government to reach its full potential, according to a report released Wednesday.

ISS

SpaceX is Sending a Dragon to End ISS

After over 25 years orbiting Earth, performing thousands of scientific experiments and hosting over 270 astronauts, the ISS is scheduled to be escorted out of orbit as early as 2030.

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ISS

Starliner’s Return Home is on The Horizon

The astronauts who headed to the ISS aboard Starliner over a month ago finally have a hopeful return-by date to look forward to.

ISS

Starliner Waits At ISS For Thruster Testing 

“We understand these issues for a safe return. We don’t understand them enough to fix them permanently.” 

ISSLEO

Starliner Deorbit Slips Again As NASA Launches Full Review

The extended stay merited an “agency-level” review of Starliner’s departure “to document the agency’s formal acceptance of proceeding as planned.”

ISSLEO

Boeing Starliner, Safe At Station, Sprung A Few More Helium Leaks

Even with the leak, there should be enough helium left to allow Starliner to undock and deorbit.

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OSAMStartups

Spaceium is Building Service Stations in Space

Space travel has a fuel problem, there are no gas stations outside of Earth, and Spaceium is trying to change that.

LEOSatcomStartups

Skynopy Raises $3.1M to Build LEO Connectivity Network

Skynopy’s goal is to completely free satellite companies from needing to worry about how they’re getting their data

StartupsVC/PE

IENAI Propels Forward with its €3.9M Funding Round

Spain-based Space Mobilization start-up IENAI just closed a €3.9 million funding round.

DebrisStartups

Kayhan Space Releases Satcat Space Intelligence Tool

The Satcat database catalogs 60,000+ objects in orbit, from active satellites to drifting debris