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NorthStar Earth and Space's planned 40-satellite constellation will use hyperspectral and infrared cameras to monitor Earth, and optical cameras to monitor space. Credit: NorthStar Earth and Space
The Spacety team. Credit: Spacety
AST&Science plans to produce as many as 100,000 tiny Micron satellites per year in this building at the Midland Air and Space Port. Credit: AST&Science
Solstar employees in front of Blue Origin's New Shepard crew capsule on April 29, 2018, are (from left) Charlie Whetsel, senior programmer, Terra Shephard, electrical engineer, Brian Barnett, founder and chief executive, and Mark Matossian, chief operating officer. Credit: Blue Origin
rocket Lab factory
“No one has a higher vested interest in keeping their orbits clean than large constellations.” Ted Muelhaupt, The Aerospace
Corporation. Credit: iStock illustration
Space Tango is developing ST-42, an autonomous microgravity manufacturing facility designed to operate in low Earth orbit and reenter Earth's atmosphere. Credit: Space Tango
U.S. Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Stephen W. Wilson speaks during the Military Child Education Coalition National Training Seminar, Washington, D.C., July 24, 2018. The Air Force has continuously placed an emphasis on school age dependent education because of a direct correlation with family resilience/readiness to maintain a willingness of families to continue to support their Airman sponsors wherever they are asked to serve. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rusty Frank)
This is an artist's rendering of Fervoride, Momentus' space tug to move spacecraft, including telecommunications satellites and deep space missions, to their desired orbits. Credit: Momentus
ESA test-fired the P120C engine for the first time on July 16. The solid rocket booster serves as the first stage for Vega C and as the strap ons for Ariane 6. Credit: ESA
Josef Aschbacher, ESA’s director for Earth observation programs
Rupert Pearce Inmarsat
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