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In 2023, Japan wants to launch the world’s first wooden satellite

Japan is working on a proposal to launch the world’s first satellite made primarily of wood in 2023, as part of a larger effort to use wood’s environmental benefits and…

The first-ever ViaSat-3 satellite is overcoming pandemic obstacles in preparation for a launch in 2022

Despite continued pandemic-related problems, Viasat’s newly recruited chief operating officer (COO) Kevin Harkenrider said the first-ever ViaSat-3 broadband satellite will deploy in the very first half of 2022. The Viasat-built payload for…

China launches classified Shijian satellites into the orbit with landmark Long March deployment

The Shijian-06 (05) set of satellites was launched by a Long March 4B on December 9, commemorating the 400th flight of China’s Long March series of launch vehicles. At 7:11…

The Phase Four Company unveils an improved thruster

Phase Four, a satellite electric propulsion business, has finished testing the new thruster that delivers dramatically enhanced performance, according to the company. The El Segundo, California-centered company announced on December 1…

Antrix, the ISRO arm, rejects an effort by Devas investors to find its assets across the United States, following a failed satellite deal in 2005

Even as international investors in a Bengaluru-centered startup Devas Multimedia moved a US federal court to permit the nationwide discovery of Antrix’s US assets, Antrix Corporation, a commercial arm of the…

The classified Shiyan-11 satellite is launched by a Kuaizhou-1A rocket

Late on November 24, the exploratory Shiyan-11 satellite was launched from northwest China by a Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket for China’s principal space contractor. At 6:41 p.m. Eastern on 24 November,…

Space firms and countries have condemned Russia’s anti-satellite missile launch

Nations and space firms all around the world are condemning Russia’s anti-satellite (ASAT) test, which caused astronauts in orbit to seek cover. The seven cosmonauts and astronauts onboard the ISS (International…