Aerospace

United States and India expand civil space cooperation

WASHINGTON — U.S. and Indian officials agreed this week to expand civil space cooperation, including training Indian astronauts and flying payloads on commercial lunar...

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Sidus Space raises $5.2 million for LEO constellation

TAMPA, Fla. — Sidus Space said Feb. 2 it has raised $5.2 million from the stock market to support LizzieSat, a multipurpose constellation it...

Former ILS president hired as new Spaceflight CEO

WASHINGTON — Space transportation services provider Spaceflight Inc. has hired the former president of International Launch Services as its new chief executive. Spaceflight announced...

NASA changes landing site for Peregrine lunar lander

WASHINGTON — NASA and Astrobotic have changed the landing site for the company’s first lunar lander mission shortly before its scheduled launch, moving the...

China to build satellite ground stations in Antarctica

HELSINKI — China is to construct new ground station facilities to its Zhongshan research base in Antarctica to support satellite data acquisition.  Official space...

Hydrosat wins Air Force contract for thermal infrared data analytics

WASHINGTON — Hydrosat won a $1.2 million Air Force contract to investigate uses of thermal infrared data for national security applications, the company announced...

Space station astronauts finish preps for next pair of new solar arrays

Continuing work left over from a spacewalk last month, astronauts Nicole Mann...

AURA AERO and Thales collaborate to decarbonate regional aviation by developing connected avionics solutions

AURA AERO, a pioneer in decarbonated aviation, has signed an agreement with Thales, leader for embedded avionic systems, in order to jointly develop a...

6 Common Myths About Autopilot

The advent of autopilot systems has revolutionized the way in which pilots control airplanes. Autopilot systems are computer systems that, as you...

OneWeb secures $50 million Canadian satellite capacity deal

TAMPA, Fla. — Remote communications provider Galaxy Broadband said Feb. 1 it is buying capacity from OneWeb for $50 million in a multi-year deal...

20 years after Columbia disaster, lessons learned still in sharp focus at NASA

STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION Twenty years ago this Wednesday —...

South Korea picks Vega C to launch satellite grounded by Russian sanctions

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has selected Arianespace’s Vega C rocket to launch a multipurpose imaging satellite, KOMPSAT-6, that has remained grounded due...

Governments to be major customers of future Axiom Space private astronaut missions

WASHINGTON — Axiom Space says the customers for its upcoming private astronaut missions to the International Space Station are dominated by governments rather than...

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