SpaceX will be launching more Starlink satellites this week and China is planning to launch Yaogan satellites that will be used for scientific experiments, land surveys, disaster prevention and more.
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We have a quiet week coming up. SpaceX will launch more Starlink satellites, and Russia is planning to launch a remote sensing satellite called Khayyam for the Iranian military from Baikonur.
We have some interesting launches due this week. Not only will Blue Origin send more tourists to the edge of space, but South Korea will send its first lunar mission to the Moon with SpaceX's help.
We have a quiet week this week, with just the maiden flight of the Lijian 1 rocket from China. Check out the recap for the launch of the Wentian module, which will join the Tiangong Space Station.
This week, we have two Starlink satellite launches by SpaceX. Additionally, China is launching the Wentian module for its Tiangong Space Station, which allows for more experiments.
We have several launches due this week, including a cargo mission to the ISS and the maiden flight of Arianespace's Vega C rocket. Vega C was due for launch last week, but it got delayed.
This week we have a very exciting mission scheduled to take off. Rocket Lab will launch an Electron rocket carrying NASA's CAPSTONE CubeSat to the Moon to test the orbit of an upcoming space station.
We have two launches this week. South Korea will perform the second launch of its Nuri rocket while SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 carrying a radar satellite for the German army - the Bundeswehr.
We have two launches in the week ahead, both from SpaceX. Also, be sure to check out this week's recap section where we've included a video of dust devils on Mars filmed by a NASA rover.
In the upcoming week, SpaceX, ULA, and Blue Origin are expected to launch missions. The latter will get its first repeat customer, Evan Dick, taking a go on the New Shepard launch vehicle again.
We have fairly few launches this week but the ones we do have are quite interesting. The first is a resupply mission to the Chinese Space Station and the other will see more Starlink sats orbited.
We have three rocket launches scheduled for this week. The first is from Rocket Lab and the other two are from SpaceX which is sending two groups of Starlink satellites into orbit on Falcon 9 rockets.
In the upcoming week, SpaceX is going to take several astronauts up to the space station for NASA as part of the commercial crew program. It was meant to launch last week but got delayed.
Rocket Lab will use a helicopter to catch the first stage of its Electron rocket in a mission later this week. It's an alternative method of reusing rocket parts which should reduce costs.
We have three satellite launches this week, two will happen in China while SpaceX will carry out the other one for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office on a classified satellite mission.
This week should be interesting as there are two private-sector manned missions. The first is another Blue Origins New Shepard mission while the second will see Axiom Space astronauts go to the ISS.
We've got a busy week in rocket launches due. SpaceX and OneWeb will be launching more internet satellites while United Launch Alliance and Rocket Lab will be deploying various satellites.
We've finally got a busy week coming up in terms of space launches. Russia, India, SpaceX, and two other private firms will be launching this week. It's also been a year since the TWIRL series began.
We expect Arianespace to launch 34 OneWeb internet communication satellites and there's a chance that SpaceX will launch its Falcon Heavy for the first time since 2019 for the U.S. Space Force.
There are just a few launches this week again but an interesting one will be performed by SpaceX when it launches a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office on Wednesday
Next week is set to be another quiet week in rocket launches. SpaceX will launch more Starlink satellites and ULA will launch some military surveillance satellites for the U.S. Space Force.
After the successful launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, we have a quiet week ahead. It'll be interesting though because Russia is planning the third test flight of its Angara A5 rocket.
This week we have a handful of launches to look forward to. The most notable is the Crew-3 Dragon which will take four astronauts up to the International Space Station following a delay.
This week should be interesting for space launches. On Thursday, the Inspiration4 mission will launch on a Falcon 9. The crew of four will orbit the Earth for several days before returning.
Four astronauts are now in Earth orbit aboard the SpaceX Crew-2 Dragon. They are set to dock at the International Space Station at 5:10 a.m. EDT on Saturday bringing the ISS crew size to 11.
In the upcoming week, we have several rocket launches due. The most interesting will be the maiden flight of Firefly Aerospace's Alpha rocket which is launching from Vandenberg AFB.
There are four planned rocket launches this week, two from SpaceX, one from Rocket Lab, and another from the Chinese National Space Administration. Rocket Lab's mission was delayed from last week.
This week, India, SpaceX, Russia, China and Iran are all planning space launches. All of the launches are carrying satellites but for very different purposes from internet delivery to monitoring.
SpaceX has launched 143 satellites into space today. The launch set a record for the number of satellites being launched into space at once, it was previously held by India's space agency.
Starship SN8 executed an almost perfect high-altitude flight test before plummeting towards the earth at a velocity greater than the intended threshold. SpaceX and Musk extolled the test as a success.
Dragon and the Falcon 9 become the first NASA-certified system in over 40 years for regular manned trips to the ISS. The approval echoes SpaceX's success in the Commercial Crew program.
Dubbed Crew-1, the Crew Dragon's second manned flight to the International Space Station is scheduled for next month on November 15, weather permitting, with four astronauts on board.
Falcon 9 broke the Atlantis space shuttle's turnaround time after it hoisted South Korea's first military satellite to deployment. For the first time, SpaceX retrieved both rocket fairings too.
On Saturday, NASA and SpaceX gave the go-ahead to Demo-2. Here's an in-depth look at Crew Dragon's maiden crewed test flight to the International Space Station from start to finish.
Following the Launch Readiness Review, NASA and SpaceX have given the Crew Dragon launch atop the Falcon 9 rocket a go-ahead. However, the weather will still prove to be an important consideration.
Both rockets were planning on delivering satellites into orbit, the Chinese Long March-5 Y2 rocket experienced an anomaly after launch and the Falcon 9's launch was terminated just before ignition.
Paleontologists have reanalyzed the collagen from fossils and determined that Jurassic Park may never exist; Great Barrier Reef bleaching is worse than ever; and NASA's first neutron star mission.
Dubbed the Falcon Heavy, it is scheduled to take two tourists for a ride around the moon next year, while also heading to Mars in 2020. Once it launches, it will be the largest rocket in use.
This week SpaceX has successfully launched its first recycled rocket into space, a 'unique' variety of potato for agriculture on Mars has been found, and the latest on human brain implants.
SpaceX blasted its first recycled rocket, called the Falcon 9, into space carrying a broadcasting satellite today. The launch commenced at Florida's Kennedy Space Center during a clear evening sky.