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More (Source: Space News - Dec 13) TO FIX THE SPACE JUNK PROBLEM, ADD A SELF-DESTRUCT MODULE - Humans have gotten pretty good at launching stuff into space—but way less good at getting stuff back down.
Up in lower Earth orbit, along with a thousand-plus productive satellites, there are many more slackers: space junk, cosmic trash, garbage of the highest-orbiting order.
More (Source: Space News - Dec 11) TINY SPACE-DEBRIS DETECTOR WILL FLY TO STATION THIS WEEK - How many tiny bits of space debris are pummeling the International Space Station day after day?
A new experiment headed into orbit this week will find out.
RECYCLED SPACEX DRAGON CAPSULE MAKES 2ND DELIVERY TO SPACE STATION - A used Space X Dragon cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station for the second time Sunday (Dec.
The 5,225-kilogram satellite carries a 33-transponder payload comprised of 19 in Ku-band, 12 in Ka-band and two in L-band, according to a statement from China Great Wall Industry Corp. Similar to China’s other foreign satellite deals, CGWIC built the satellite and provided the launch vehicle, sidestepping manufacturing and rocket restrictions tied to U. components, which are in most other commercial telecom satellites.
More (Source: - Dec 18) SOYUZ MS-07 MANNED SPACECRAFT WITH NEW ISS CREW LAUNCHED FROM BAIKONUR - A Russian Soyuz-FG carrier rocket with the Soyuz MS-07 manned spacecraft lifted off on Sunday from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan to deliver the crew of Expedition 54/55 to the International Space Station (ISS), a Sputnik correspondent reported from a launch site.
The rocket has launched from the pad, Yuri Gagarin used for the first journey to space in the history of humankind.
The belt consists of charged particles like protons and electrons trapped by Earth’s magnetic field between 300 miles and 25,000 miles above the Earth’s surface. With a fix in place for a propulsion system alarm that cut short a countdown in the final seconds Monday, U. time, Rocket Lab is readying an Electron rocket for another try in a window opening at p.m.
More (Source: Gizmodo - Dec 14) ROCKET LAB BEGINS NEW COUNTDOWN WITH FIX FOR PROPULSION SYSTEM GLITCH - The Electron launch was scrubbed again Wednesday night (U. time), and liftoff has been rescheduled for Thursday night (U. EST Wednesday (0130 GMT Tuesday) to begin a test flight aiming to deliver three small commercial Cube Sats to orbit from a remote New Zealand launch pad. 5 okayed the first part of a satellite-servicing mission Orbital ATK’s Space Logistic subsidiary has with Intelsat, saying the servicing vehicle can execute “rendezvous, proximity operations, and docking with the Intelsat-901” satellite while in a graveyard orbit.