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SpaceX released a video showing the Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage making a “soft landing.”
Tempus is working with the Utah State University to commercialize the STORM instrument, which is designed to take high-fidelity measurements of atmospheric conditions.
The long-awaited senior review of NASA planetary science missions is effectively complete and will be publicly released in the next week or two, a NASA official said July 21
Mike D. Rogers, chairman of the House Armed Services strategic force subcommittee, remains firmly in SpaceX's skeptics’ camp.
Telkom-3S is the fourth satellite ordered by Indonesian public and private-sector entities in the past year. 
IPStar and Gilat had already filled their NBN-ordered Interim Satellite Service subscriber quota of 44,000.
Space Systems revenue was $1.85 billion for the three months ending June 29, down from $2.09 billion last year.
The U.S. Air Force’s long-delayed award of a multibillion-dollar contract to support the nation’s two main launch ranges has been pushed back again.
The U.S. Air Force anticipates awarding Leidos a $24 million contract to support the GPS directorate.
The NRC report, “Pathways to Exploration,” translates as follows: NASA should build a lunar base.


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