ExoMars module
Rep. Brian Babin urged NASA to look into buying more Earth imagery from commercial sources. Credit: House Science Committee video
Model Karlie Kloss shot a cover feature for the current issue of WSJ Magazine at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California. Credit: Klossy/YouTube
The Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the 2016 NDAA, which exempted a total of nine RD-180 engines, prevailed in the compromise bill hashed out by House and Senate conferees. Credit: ULA
Orbital ATK JPSS
Telesat’s Telstar 12 Vantage satellite is launched on the inaugural flight of an upgraded Japanese H-2A rocket. Credit: JAXA video capture
Jeff Bezos, center, celebrates New Shepard's Nov. 23 test flight with the Blue Origin team. Credit: Blue Origin
Aerojet Rocketdyne signed a $1.16 billion contract with NASA to restart production of the RS-25 engines that will be used on future launches of the Space Launch System heavy-lift rocket. The company has been building RS-25 engines since the space shuttle program. Credit: Aerojet Rocketdyne
Boeing is developing a simple, low cost habitat that NASA says is affordable early on, allowing various technologies to be tested over time, and that is capable of evolving into a long-duration crew support system for cis-lunar and Mars exploration
Credit: Boeing
New Shepard propulsion module
U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing in October.  Credit: Adrian Cadiz/OSD/Flickr
Engineers developing Orion’s thermal protection system have been improving the spacecraft’s heat shield design and manufacturing process since the vehicle successfully traveled to space for the first time last year. Credit: NASA
In September, Firefly announced the first successful ground test of its rocket engine at its testing facility in Briggs, Texas. Credit: Firefly Space Systems

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