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Donald Trump’s Space Force to Train ‘lethal’ Astronaut Soldiers in ‘Orbital Warfare’

Donald Trump’s Space Force to train ‘lethal’ astronaut soldiers in ‘orbital warfare’

US President DONALD Trump’s Space Force is training an elite squad of “lethal” astronaut soldiers in “orbital warfare”. The specially trained Space Warfighters are set to protect US interests in space and “deter and defeat adversaries … in the crowded, contested space domain”, the force has said.

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Review: Despite an Army of Comic Talent, Netflix’s ‘space Force’ Shoots Blanks

Review: Despite an army of comic talent, Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ shoots blanks

Steve Carell, left, and John Malkovich play a general and a scientist, respectively, leading a new lunar project in the Netflix series “Space Force.”(Aaron Epstein/Netflix) Steve Carell, left, and John Malkovich play a general and a scientist, respectively, leading a new lunar project in the Netflix series “Space Force.” […] See more at: Review: Despite an army of comic talent,

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Can Nasa Land Humans on the Moon by 2024?

Can NASA land humans on the Moon by 2024?

The lunar lander concept by the “national team” led by Blue Origin. Nearly 14 months ago, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a meeting of the National Space Council in Huntsville, Alabama, and changed the trajectory of NASA’s human spaceflight program. Pence directed NASA […] See more at: Can NASA land humans on the Moon by 2024?

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With SpaceX’s First Astronaut Launch, a New Era of Human Spaceflight Has Dawned

With SpaceX's first astronaut launch, a new era of human spaceflight has dawned

We’ve gotten our hopes up before. The success of NASA’s Apollo moon missions half a century ago, for example, made Mars seem very much within reach for human explorers. Indeed, the space agency drew up plans to put boots on the Red Planet by the early 1980s , but […]

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Cyber Security & Space Security

Cyber security and space security

Communications links between ground stations and satellites are in some cases vulnerable to cyberattacks, linking cybersecurity with space security. (credit: Wikimapia) What are the challenges at the junction of cybersecurity In 2014, the network of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) was hacked by China. This event disrupted weather information and impacted stakeholders worldwide. Satellites are often highly vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches as some telemetry links are not even encrypted.

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Space Tech Pegged at $415 Billion; Research Drives New Adulation for the Economy

Space Tech Pegged at $415 Billion; Research Drives New Adulation for the Economy

A leader in Space Tech research- the Space Foundation Launched the Center for Innovation and Education; Workforce Opportunity in the $415 Billion Space Economy Now Readily Accessible to All People In a massive boost to the next-gen technology, also called (emerging tech), the Space Foundation has declared its vision […] See more at: Space Tech Pegged at $415 Billion; Research

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Commercialization of Space Activities in India

Commercialization of space activities in India

On May 16, 2020 the Honourable Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman electrified the space community with this bold announcement on boosting private participation in Space activities. She stated that: Indian private sector will be a co-traveller in India’s space sector journey.

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US Space Force reveals sixth mission for mysterious X-37B space plane

US Space Force reveals sixth mission for mysterious X-37B space plane

The United States Space Force has announced intentions to launch a sixth mission with its mysterious X-37B “space plane.” The fifth mission (OTV-5), which was classified, ended successfully in late October 2019 and returned to Earth after 780 days, a record that broke its previous 718-day mission that ended […] See more at: US Space Force reveals sixth mission for

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SpaceX’s Historic Launch Gives Australia’s Booming Space Industry More Room to Fly

SpaceX's historic launch gives Australia's booming space industry more room to fly

Elon Musk’s commercial giant SpaceX launched two NASA astronauts in a spacecraft named Crew Dragon which, from the inside, looked like a souped-up Tesla. The Falcon 9 rocket launched the spacecraft, returned to Earth and landed on […] Credit: NASA Kennedy/Flickr, CC BY At the weekend, See more at: SpaceX’s historic launch gives Australia’s booming space industry more room to

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