We have a fairly busy week in terms of rocket launches this week. SpaceX is the biggest contributor to the launches with four Falcon 9 rockets. CAS Space will also launch the Kinetica 1 rocket.
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NASA is giving the public a chance to have their names stencilled onto a microchip that will be sent to Europa, a moon of Jupiter. If you choose to add it, your name should arrive by 2030.
We have an interesting week coming up with China launching astronauts to its space station and SpaceX sending an unmanned Dragon 2 on a resupply mission to the International Space Station.
We have a super busy week ahead in rocket launches. The most interesting will be SpaceX launching an Axiom Space crew to the International Space Station where they'll stay for a week.
This week, SpaceX has quite a lot of launches. It will send up Starlink satellites as well as others for Iridium and OneWeb. China's CAS Space will also perform the second launch of the Kinetica 1.
We have four launches due this week including the orbiting of NASA's TROPICS satellites. China is planning to use a Long March 7 to send a cargo craft up to its Heavenly Palace space station too.
We have three launches from SpaceX this week. There will be two Falcon 9 launches and a Falcon Heavy launch. Unfortunately, there are no Starship launches this week but check the recap video.
SpaceX has launched Starship with the Super Heavy booster for the first time. While it did perform an incredible launch, the mission failed when both parts of the rocket blew up at a 30 Km altitude.
We have a big week coming up as SpaceX will attempt to launch its Super Heavy rocket carrying Starship. Starship will do a lap of the Earth before splashing down in the sea just off Hawaii.
The European Space Agency has successfully launched the JUICE spacecraft on an Ariane 5 rocket to the Jovian system. It will arrive in mid-2031 and conduct operations until late 2035.
This week we should see the launch of the European Space Agency's JUICE spacecraft which will go off to explore Jupiter and three of its moons. It will arrive in the Jovian system in July 2031.
Virgin Orbit has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after it failed to secure more funding. The announcement comes just days after the firm laid off 85% of its workforce or 675 employees.
We have several launches to report on in This Week in Rocket Launches. SpaceX will launch a couple of missions and we'll see launches from Chinese firms Space Pioneer, iSpace, and ExPace.
We have a packed week in rocket launches coming up. Of note is the launch of Space Pioneer's Tianlong 2 rocket which will be launching for the first time carrying CubeSat satellites.
Have you ever wondered how astronauts drink coffee in space? NASA is experimenting with a new sci-fi Space Cup that lets them drink coffee similar to how we drink it on earth, but without gravity.
We have some interesting rocket launches coming up next week. Two of the launches will see a couple of rockets performing their first launches; the Mitsubishi H3 and Relativity Space's Terran 1.
The 3D printing world just got more exciting because we will soon witness the launch of the world's first 3D-printed rocket. It's manufactured by Relativity Space and is set to launch in March 2023.
SpaceX is going to launch some new Starlink satellites that will have an anti-reflective coating. This could help address concerns that astronomers have raised about the proliferation of satellites.
For the hundredth edition of This Week in Rocket Launches, we have just one launch scheduled next week. Luckily, the recap section is crammed full of launches that took place last week.
With Christmas and New Year out of the way, rocket launches are starting to get back into full swing. Notably this week, Virgin Orbit will be launching from Cornwall in the UK this week.
ISRO and Microsoft have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the growth of space technology startups and harness the market potential of the most promising space tech innovators.
This week, SpaceX will perform two launches, a rideshare mission and the orbiting of 40 OneWeb satellites. Interestingly, the latter satellites are competitors of SpaceX's Starlink.
It's a quiet week we have coming up. Innospace, a South Korean startup, is due to launch its Hanbit-TLV rocket which could be an interesting watch as we don't normally get launches from this firm.
We have quite a number of rocket launches this week. One of them is a maiden flight which will be interesting and another one will launch a satellite to perform the first global surface water survey.
We have a lot of rocket launches coming up next week. The most notable of them all is the Shenzhou 15 being sent to the Chinese Space Station with an unknown crew, this mission is due on Saturday.
We have a big event in rocket launches this week! Do you remember NASA's moon mission that got scrubbed a few months ago? Well, this week the space agency is going to take another shot at it!
We have an exciting line-up of launches this week, perhaps most notable is the launch of the Mengtian module for the Chinese Space Station. This could make the station a bit easier to see from Earth.
This week we have two rocket launches. The first will see Roscosmos deliver cargo to the International Space Station, and the second will see SpaceX bolter its Starlink internet constellation.
It's a quiet week in rocket launches this week, but one interesting note is that OneWeb is going to be orbiting its satellites with the help of an Indian company instead of using Russian rockets.
We've got plenty of launches coming up this week, though, they will all be focused on launching satellites. One of the launches this week is the maiden flight of the RS1 rocket from ABL Space Systems.
We have a busy schedule in rocket launches ahead. Due to Hurricane Ian, a couple of launches were pushed into this week. On Wednesday, SpaceX will fly four astronauts from three countries to the ISS.
This week we are expecting four rocket launches from around the world. They are all satellite launches, with one satellite testing out an exo-braking system to help de-orbit the satellite.
This week we have a number of interesting rocket launches. Russia is due to send two cosmonauts and an astronaut to the ISS and United Launch Alliance will launch a top-secret spy satellite.
This week, ABL Space Systems, a private American company, is set to launch its RS1 rocket for the first time. It's designed to be a simple rocket that can be launched at short notice.
We have quite a lot of launches this week. Aside from more attempts by NASA to launch the SLS, several companies and countries are planning to launch various satellites into orbit.
NASA is set to launch its historic Artemis I mission today. We will see the launch of the massive Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and the Orion spacecraft will begin its journey to the Moon.
NASA will launch its Artemis I mission this week, the first in a long line of missions to return to the Moon. SpaceX will launch more Starlink satellites, and Blue Origin will ferry NASA satellites.
This week we have two planned rocket launches. The first will be a Long March 11 carrying a mystery payload. The second will be a Falcon 9 carrying 53 Starlink satellites, designated Group 4-23.
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.
Recently a large piece of debris from a SpaceX capsule was discovered sticking vertically out of the ground in a farmer's field in New South Wales, Australia, and two other pieces were found later on.