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Researchers Applaud NASA Decision To Revive Asteroid Mission
NASA’s decision to reinstate the Dawn mission to visit a pair of asteroids was applauded on both sides of the Atlantic.
Despite Risk, ESA Starts Three Satellites Without Funding in Hand
Confident that its member states will make good on their financial promises, the European Space Agency (ESA) is preparing to sign contracts for three Earth observation satellites.
Facing the Tough Decisions
Profile: Genevieve Debouzy
Ministers To Consider 9.05 Billion Euros in Funding for ESA Space Programs
European Space Agency (ESA) government ministers will be asked to approve a diverse package of space-hardware programs worth a total of 9.05 billion euros ($10.6 billion) when they meet Dec. 5-6 in Berlin.
Departing the Front With Grace, Few Scars
Profile: Thomas S. Tycz,
Despite Flat Revenues, Orbital Optimistic on 2005 Telecomm Market
Orbital Sciences Corp. has raised its projections of demand for commercial telecommunications satellites in 2005, and expects to land one more contract for its Star geostationary satellite platform before the year is out.
July 4 issue of SpaceNews Magazine unpacks Brexit’s space impact
The July 4 issue of SpaceNews Magazine leads off with a cover story by Peter de Selding on Britain’s decision to exit the EU and what it means for Europe’s space sector, plus features from Jeff Foust, Mike Gruss, Rob Pearlman and more.
SpaceNews turns 30
On Sept. 18, 1989, SpaceNews published the first of four monthly preview issues to test the waters for a trade publication focused exclusively on space.
Thirty years later, we’re still here covering the business and politics of a greatly expanded global space community.
SpaceNews Marketing Minute | No, you’re not imagining things
The SpaceNews Marketing Minute is a monthly newsletter for space communications and marketing professionals and anyone else interested in keeping up with developments and opportunities at SpaceNews and the community at large.