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U.S. Rep. John Culberson, a strong advocate of NASA’s exploration and planetary science programs, will chair the subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee that funds the agency in the next...
A processing glitch aboard a new NASA Mars orbiter forced the craft to temporarily shut down all of its science instruments.
The president of the European Satellite Operators Association (ESOA) on Nov. 19 applauded the apparent agreement between France and Germany on a next-generation Ariane 6 rocket and said the vehicle...
PSN and SSL said the PSN 6 satellite will be launched in early 2017 aboard a rocket that SSL provided as part of the contract to operate at 146 degrees east in geostationary orbit.
ATK Chief Executive Mark W. DeYoung said there are no near-term liquid-propulsion alternatives to Russian engines for U.S. rockets.
The Luxembourg government has a special interest in keeping the orbital slot because it plans to create, with SES, a joint-venture company to sell military satellite bandwidth to the NATO alliance...
Lunar Missions Ltd. is seeking to raise 600,000 British pounds over the next month via the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to support studies of Lunar Mission One, a lunar lander mission planned for...
Managers of Europe’s Philae comet lander made a virtue of a necessity in saying Philae’s overly shadowed location will be an advantage as Comet 67P approaches the sun in the coming months.
Under the contract, Airbus will design and build one service module and build parts for a second to acquit ESA of its space station maintenance dues to NASA between 2017 and 2020.
NASA and Blue Origin signed an extension Oct. 31 of their existing Space Act Agreement.


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