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07.02.18
The app promising to make anyone an astronaut
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The app promising to make anyone an astronaut

Just like Mars One, Space Nation is pushing an idea that doesn’t have funding yet.

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05.25.17
SpaceX begins test-firing parts of its biggest rocket
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SpaceX begins test-firing parts of its biggest rocket

As Elon Musk says, the launch is 'guaranteed to be exciting.'

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09.09.16
Virgin Galactic returns to the skies after two years
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Virgin Galactic returns to the skies after two years

The VMS Eve and VSS Unity flew in 'captive carry' mode for almost four hours over the Mojave desert.

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04.28.16
SpaceX wins its first military launch contract
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SpaceX wins its first military launch contract

After fighting for a chance to bid for Air Force launches, SpaceX will carry the next GPS satellite into orbit.

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09.09.15
$2 billion rocket company merger could create giant SpaceX rival
09.09.15

$2 billion rocket company merger could create giant SpaceX rival

United Launch Alliance, the Pentagon's preferred launcher of spy satellites, could be bought by an American rocket engine maker for $2 billion.

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07.20.15
Can microwave-powered shuttles make space travel cheaper?
07.20.15

Can microwave-powered shuttles make space travel cheaper?

How much does it take to launch a satellite? According to Rocket Lab's Peter Beck "You pretty much...

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07.08.15
Future commercial satellites will be launched from New Zealand
07.08.15

Future commercial satellites will be launched from New Zealand

New Zealand has been chosen as the home for what's likely to be the world's first private satellit...

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11.13.14
Virgin Galactic pilot recounts how he survived being ejected at 50,000 feet
11.13.14

Virgin Galactic pilot recounts how he survived being ejected at 50,000 feet

When Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashed in late October, the company attributed the loss to an...

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