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 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 lot of satellite launches, including the first GLONASS-K2 satellite. In addition, the Vega C and Zhuque ZQ-2 rockets will make their first flights if all goes to plan this week.
This week, Rocket Lab will reattempt to launch NASA's CAPSTONE mission and there's a slim possibility we could see the first launch of SpaceX's Super Heavy rocket carrying Starship.
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 next week, China will send a crewed mission to the Tiangong space station and Russia will send a resupply mission to the International Space Station so it should be an interesting week.
We've got a quiet week in rocket launches in the coming week with just SpaceX having a confirmed launch so far. Blue Origin may also carry out a mission but that's not locked in yet.
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, we are due to see the launch of Axiom Space's manned mission to the ISS. It was originally slated for last week but it had to be cancelled. SpaceX will be providing a rocket for the crew.
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.
Following the week where Russian cosmonauts gave tacit support to Ukraine, we have just one rocket launch, a Roscosmos Soyuz 2.1a that will be carrying Meridian-M satellites for the MoD.
In the next week, Russia will launch three cosmonauts to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. SpaceX and Astra Space also have unmanned missions planned this week.
This week, SpaceX is set to launch a Falcon 9 carrying more than 45 Starlink satellites into orbit to strengthen the Starlink internet network. OneWeb has also stopped launches from Baikonur.
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 got yet another quiet week coming up with just two launches taking place. China and Rocket Lab will be launching a host of satellites designed for various tasks. Both will launch on Sunday.
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
In the next week, SpaceX is set to launch a satellite for the Italian Space Agency and launch even more Starlink satellites. We also discuss a launch due to take place at the end of this week.
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.
We're expecting two launches this week, one from Virgin Orbit and the other from SpaceX. Roscosmos chief, Dmitry Rogozin, has also confirmed that the city of Baikonur and the cosmodrome are secure.
There are no launches slated for the upcoming week, however, there are a number of videos in the recap section. The James Webb Space Telescope is also continuing to race ahead to its destination.
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.
We've got an exciting week coming up in rocket launches because an Ariane 5 ECA+ will finally take the James Webb Space Telescope to space on Christmas Eve following 25 years of construction.
It's due to be a quiet week in rocket launches in the week beginning December 13th. We should see anticipation build, however, for the JWST telescope which is due to launch the week after.
The next week in space launches certainly looks interesting with a manned mission from Roscosmos carrying tourists to the ISS and a manned mission from Blue Origin carrying Alan Shepard's daughter.
In the upcoming week, we'll be getting several satellite launches. Among them will be the launch of two new Galileo satellites and 53 Starlink satellites. There are no manned missions this week.
This week should be interesting for space launches as SpaceX gets NASA's DART probe off the ground. Next year, DART will impact an asteroid satellite known as Dimorphos in an Earth defence test.
There will be two launches in the upcoming week. Arianespace will launch satellites for the French military while Rocket Lab will use its Electron rocket to put two BlackSky satellites in orbit.
SpaceX will once again attempt to launch the Crew-3 Dragon mission up to the International Space Station. It has attempted to do so several times but bad weather has alwayscaused delays.