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By Susie Murph on February 12, 2020 in

After a couple weeks of low activity, it’s actually been a busy week in aerospace! Annie chats about the second batch of satellites for OneWeb, Japan’s new spy satellite, a failed Iranian launch, and ESA’s Solar Orbiter. New this week: useless space facts! Our first launch of the week was an Arianespace Soyuz-2 from Baikonur […]

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By Susie Murph on November 14, 2019 in

Today our science is on the run in various directions. Hyabusa 2 is heading home after exploring Ryugu, the Kuiper Belt Object MU69 gets an official name, and a supermassive black hole kicks a star out of the Milky Way.  Hayabusa2 departs from Ryugu (JAXA) Hayabusa 2 Project (JAXA) Hayabusa2 (Wikipedia) We would like to […]

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By Susie Murph on October 23, 2019 in

Hello, and welcome to the Daily Space for today October 23, 2019.  I am your host Annie Wilson. Most Mondays through Fridays, either I or my co-host Dr Pamela Gay will  be here bringing you a quick rundown of all that is new in space and astronomy. ——————— Today we have two technology demonstrations and […]

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By StarStryder on September 11, 2019 in

It’s Wednesday, and that means it’s time for a round up of all things rocket related. Today’s multi-national news has no actual launches, but includes updates on SpaceX’s preparations for crewed launches, the landing of Skybot, problems on the pad for JAXA, and China’s plans to launch Earth observers on a Long March 4B. Links […]

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