We have a number of satellite launches coming up this week but the most notable is the launch of two prototype Project Kuiper satellites from Amazon. Like Starlink, they will beam internet to Earth.
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Amazon's Project Kuiper internet satellites launching this week
We have a number of missions coming up This Week in Rocket Launches including Starlink satellite launches and secretive military satellite launches from both China and the United States.
We have a lot of rocket launches coming up this week but they will all be satellite launches. Among the launches will be two carrying more Starlink satellites into a low-Earth orbit.
Coming up this week are two Falcon 9 launches carrying Starlink satellites to a low Earth orbit. If you've not seen it already, be sure to check out India's Chandrayaan-3 mission in the recap.
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.
The satellite internet service Starlink has crossed the 1.5 million customers mark, SpaceX said. This comes almost two and a half years after the service was first offered to the users as a beta.
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.
It's quieter this week than last for rocket launches. We have three lined up from Rocket Lab, Relativity Space, and SpaceX. We also have a big recap section following a very busy week.
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.
This week's rocket launch schedule is jammed full of Falcon 9 launches. SpaceX will carry astronauts to the ISS, launch Starlink satellites, and even OneWeb satellites. Read on for more information.
The Elon Musk-created Starlink satellite internet service has begun inviting some users to try out a new Global Roaming program which will be priced at $200 a month, not including the hardware price.
This week, SpaceX is set to carry out two launches and the Russian space agency will carry one out too. In this week's recap, we got footage of the Mitsubishi H-IIA rocket launching a satellite.
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.
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.
We have a number of launches this week. Most notably, SpaceX will be launching the first batch of Starlink Block v2 satellites. They are larger and more capable than their predecessors.
This week, SpaceX will launch a commercial mission to the Moon. The payload is a lunar lander from iSpace, and will be carrying two rovers that will explore the surface of Earth's natural satellite.
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.
After SpaceX wrote to the Pentagon asking to fund Starlink in Ukraine and withdrawing the request the next day, the EU fears Elon Musk might wake up one day and cut off Ukraine's internet.
Elon Musk has said that SpaceX will continue funding Starlink's operations in Ukraine indefinitely. This comes after SpaceX wrote a letter to the Pentagon asking to pick up the tab for its operations.
SpaceX has wrote to the Pentagon asking to fund Starlink's services in Ukraine. The company said that it is "not in a position to further donate terminals to Ukraine, or fund the existing terminals."
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.
Via its Azure Space initiative, Microsoft is offering Azure Orbital Cloud Access in private preview. The Azure Orbital Ground Station is generally available and will benefit satellite operators.
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 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.
SpaceX and T-Mobile have announced the Coverage Above and Beyond initiative to bring cellular connectivity to the continental U.S., Hawaii, parts of Alaska, Puerto Rico, and territorial waters.
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.
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.
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 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.
Starlink is offering RV internet access in vehicles. The service is available without the standard waitlist, but subscribers will have to pay more and tolerate possible degradation of service.
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.
Starlink has secured its first commercial airline customer. Select long-haul flights of Hawaiian Airlines will offer high-speed, low-latency wireless internet from Starlink. The service will be free.