Upcoming Launches: SpaceX Plans Two Starlink Missions, China’s Chang Zheng 5 Launch Scheduled

Spaceflight enthusiasts have a thrilling week ahead as SpaceX, China, and Roscosmos prepare for multiple launches. SpaceX has two Starlink missions scheduled, China is gearing up for two payloads on the Chang Zheng 5 (CZ-5) rocket, and Roscosmos is ready to launch Russian-built satellites using the Soyuz rocket.

SpaceX began the week with the successful launch of the Starlink Group 7-15 mission on February 22. The mission carried 22 Starlink v

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SpaceX’s Upcoming Milestone: Lunar Lander on Falcon 9’s 300th Mission; JAXA’s Ambitious Orbit Goal with H3 Rocket

SpaceX is gearing up for a busy week of space missions, with four separate Falcon 9 launches planned. One mission involves launching NASA’s PACE Earth-observation satellite, which will provide valuable data on the Earth’s environment to help scientists predict weather conditions and air quality. Another mission will see multiple Starlink satellites sent into orbit as part of SpaceX’s plan to provide global internet access. Additionally, SpaceX will launch the IM-1 Nova-C lunar lander on Falcon 9’s 300th

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Upcoming Launches: Rocket Lab’s Return to Flight; SpaceX’s Triple Falcon 9 Launch

Multiple companies and countries have a busy week of space launches ahead. SpaceX will be launching a Falcon 9 carrying Starlink satellites from Florida, followed by another Falcon 9 launch from California. Rocket Lab will return to flight with its “The Moon God Awakens” mission after a previous mission failed. Russia is expected to launch a Soyuz 2.1b with the Arktika-M n°2 satellite, and SpaceX will finish the week with a Falcon 9 launch carrying the Ov

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SpaceX Aims for 100 Launches in 2023, Bars-M to be Launched by Soyuz

SpaceX is making strides in achieving its goal of completing 100 launches in 2023. The company recently had a busy week with two Starlink missions and the second launch of the Starship. The first launch involved the Falcon 9 rocket placing 23 Starlink satellites into low-Earth orbit. This was followed by ExPace launching an unknown payload on its Kuaizhou 1A rocket, and the Russian Space Force launching a Bars-M payload on a Soyuz 2.

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Latest Updates on the ISS: Expedition 70 Commences, Rubio Sets New Space Duration Record, Technical Glitches Occur, and Upcoming Extravehicular Activities

Expedition 70 of the International Space Station (ISS) has faced a series of challenges in recent months, but the crew remains determined to overcome them. After two crew handovers and technical issues, including a seized-up rotary joint and a coolant leak, the crew is now preparing for upcoming spacewalks. Expedition 70 officially began when the Soyuz MS-23 spacecraft departed from the Station on September 27, with cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitry Petelin,

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SpaceX Crew-6 Set to Return to Earth Following a Six-Month Stay at the ISS

SpaceX Crew-6 is set to return to Earth after spending over six months at the International Space Station (ISS). The crew, which includes Commander Stephen Bowen, Pilot Warren “Woody” Hoburg, Russian cosmonaut Andre Fedyaev, and Sultan AlNeyadi from the United Arab Emirates, will splashdown in the waters near Florida on September 4. The Crew Dragon Endeavour initially docked with the ISS in March but was moved to a different docking port in May.

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The Commencement of Huginn

The Commencement of Huginn

In a momentous achievement for international cooperation, the International Space Station (ISS) has welcomed its newest crew members as Crew-7 successfully docked with the orbiting laboratory on August 27th. This marks the beginning of ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen’s Huginn mission, which aims to conduct groundbreaking experiments in climate, health, and space research for the benefit of humanity on Earth. Mogensen, along with fellow crew members from NASA, JAXA, and Roscosmos, arrived at

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Multinational Crew Launches from Florida on Mission to International Space Station

Multinational Crew Launches from Florida on Mission to International Space Station

Multinational Crew Launches from Florida on Mission to International Space Station

A multinational crew of four astronauts has successfully launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, embarking on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The crew, comprised of astronauts from different countries and agencies, departed aboard a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft named Endurance atop a Falcon 9 rocket. The launch was delayed by a day to ensure the safety and operational margin of the spacecraft’s environmental control and life support system.

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‘Sasha’ the sloth sets new speed records as the zero-g indicator for SpaceX Crew-7

‘Sasha’ the sloth has set a new speed record as the zero-g indicator for SpaceX Crew-7. The Danish astronaut Andreas “Andy” Mogensen, along with his crewmates from NASA, JAXA, and Roscosmos, are traveling at a speed of 17,500 miles per hour in Earth orbit. Sasha, the three-toed sloth, has the important role of serving as the astronauts’ zero-g indicator, floating in the cabin to signal that they are in

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SpaceX Dragon 'Endurance' to Carry All-International Crew-7 for Launch to the Space Station

SpaceX Dragon ‘Endurance’ to Carry All-International Crew-7 for Launch to the Space Station

SpaceX has successfully launched its Crew Dragon spacecraft “Endurance” carrying an all-international crew of four astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). Led by commander Jasmin Moghbeli of NASA, the crew includes pilot Andreas Mogensen of ESA, and mission specialists Satoshi Furukawa of JAXA and Konstantin Borisov of Roscosmos. The launch took place from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and the crew is expected to arrive at the ISS on Sunday.

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