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An ISRO Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle lifts off Feb. 14 carrying 104 satellites on a single rocket. Credit: ISRO
MX-1E Moon Express
NASA CubeSats Heading into Orbit (Artist's Concept) Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Deimos-2 UrtheCast
A U.S. ICBM in its silo. Credit: U.S. Department of Defense
This computer-generated view depicts part of Mars at the boundary between darkness and daylight, with an area including Gale Crater beginning to catch morning light. Curiosity was delivered in 2012 to Gale crater, a 155-kilometer-wide crater that contains a record of environmental changes in its sedimentary rock. Credit: NASA JPL-CALTECH
North Korea launches the Hwasong-14 in July on a lofted trajectory that demonstrated sufficient range to hit the continental United States. Credit: Korean Central News Agency
Inmarsat 5 F1 and F2 Global Xpress satellites at Boeing's El Segundo, California-facility. Credit: Inmarsat
Falcon 9 CRS-12 launch
Kestrel Eye
Amazonas-5 Hispasat Antonov Proton ILS
Sitael LauncherOne Virgin
DLR’s Earth Sensing Imaging Spectrometer will be the first payload tested on the Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES), Teledyne Brown’s external Earth-facing platform that traveled to the space station in June inside a SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule. Credit: Teledyne Brown artist's concept.
Modernized A2100 Hellas-Sat-4/SaudiGeoSat-1
Avanti CEO David Williams
“There’s been a big demand for us to operate our satellites as well as manufacture them,” said Craig Clark, Clyde Space founder and chief executive. Credit: Clyde Space

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