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Moon to Mars: Opportunities for Australian businesses

The Australian Space Agency is partnering with NASA on its inspiring plan to go back to the Moon and on to Mars.

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#SpaceWatch Column: Exorcising the ghost of Apollo?

#SpaceWatch Column: Exorcising the ghost of Apollo?

The US National Space Council published a document on 23 rd July 2020 titled ‘ ‘A New Era for Space Exploration and Development ’. This is a particularly interesting document, as it is not legally binding, does not make a clear policy statement, nor is one of the periodical space ‘strategy’ or review documents.

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Airbus Is Officially Building an “Interplanetary Cargo Ship”

Airbus Is Officially Building an “Interplanetary Cargo Ship”

Heavy Lift The European Space Agency has officially hired aerospace giant Airbus build a spacecraft designed to bring back the first ever rock samples from Mars, the BBC reports . The goal is to help confirm if ancient life has ever existed on the Red Planet by carrying back samples collected by NASA’s Perseverance rover.

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We Are in a New Space Race, and America Needs to Win | Opinion

Space Force unveils its official logo and motto: 'Always Above'

Although they have been mocked by critics ignorant of their importance, steps like the administration’s commissioning of the U.S. Space Force, its establishment of a dedicated Space Command and the creation of a dedicated space technology development arm are all signs that the White House is beginning to view space as a new arena of strategic competition.

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SpaceWatch Opinion: On-orbit Servicing, a Double-edged Sword

#SpaceWatchGL Opinion: On-Orbit Servicing, a double-edged sword

Click the original article link here >>> #SpaceWatchGL Opinion: On-Orbit Servicing, a double-edged sword Effective Space As orbital traffic continues to expand and flourish, on-orbit sustainability efforts must also evolve. On-Orbit Servicing (OOS) can renovate degrading space assets and advance space sustainability through in-space manufacturing, orbit modification, refurbishment, and resource replenishment. However, the very nature of and intricacy in conducting

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