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Pioneers of in-space refueling and manufacturing join TC Sessions: Space 2020

Pioneers of in-space refueling and manufacturing join TC Sessions: Space 2020 One of the problems with putting a satellite in orbit is that once you do, it’s pretty much out of your hands. If anything goes wrong, or it runs out of fuel, that’s all she wrote. Fortunately there are companies that aim to change […]

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NASA partners with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and others for test flights and research

NASA partners with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and others for test flights and research NASA has announced 20 new partnerships with commercial space outfits, among them collaborations with SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Rocket Lab. While no money will change hands, NASA will dedicate millions in personnel and other support to these test launches and […]

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Why Florida residents may soon be seeing jet-powered ‘flying taxis’

Why Florida residents may soon be seeing jet-powered ‘flying taxis’ Florida is renowned for its strange news stories. In recent weeks alone, one resident reported an alligator in her garage that turned out to be a pool floatie; another discovered a python in her washing machine; and a horse needed to be pulled out of […]

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Rocket Lab will try to recover the booster of its Electron rocket for the first time on its next launch

Rocket Lab will try to recover the booster of its Electron rocket for the first time on its next launch Rocket Lab is set to complete a crucial test for its rocket reusability program during its next mission, which is currently set to take place sometime in mid-November, with a launch widow that opens on […]

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Inside fintech startup Upstart’s IPO filing

Inside fintech startup Upstart’s IPO filing While the world awaits the Airbnb IPO filing that could come as early as next week, Upstart dropped its own S-1 filing. The fintech startup facilitates loans between consumers and partner banks, an operation that attracted around $144 million in capital prior to its IPO. First Round Capital, Khosla […]

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Amazon launches its first Amazon Air regional hub in Europe

Amazon launches its first Amazon Air regional hub in Europe Amazon has officially started operations at its first European Amazon Air hub, based out of the Leipzig/Halle Airport in Germany. The new facility spans 20,000 square meters (65,600 square feet) and will host two Amazon-branded Boeing 737-800 aircraft, brining the company’s total operational air fleet […]

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Rocket Lab’s next launch will deliver 30 satellites to orbit – and a 3D-printed gnome from Gabe Newell

Rocket Lab’s next launch will deliver 30 satellites to orbit – and a 3D-printed gnome from Gabe Newell Rocket Lab’s next mission will put dozens of satellites into orbit using the launch company’s Kick Stage “space tug,” as well as a 3D-printed garden gnome from Valve Software’s Gabe Newell. The latter is a test of […]

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Relativity Space’s Tim Ellis is coming to TC Sessions: Space 2020

Relativity Space’s Tim Ellis is coming to TC Sessions: Space 2020 Getting to space isn’t as difficult as it used to be, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Relativity Space aims to vastly simplify the incredibly complex machine that is a launch vehicle by 3D-printing it from tip to tail fins. Co-founder and CEO Tim […]

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Supersonic aircraft startup Hermeus raises $16 million Series A

Supersonic aircraft startup Hermeus raises million Series A Hermeus, a company seeking to build a Mach 5 aircraft that would be capable of making the trip from New York to London in just 90 minutes has raised a $16 million Series A round, led by Canaan Partners and including contributions from existing investors Khosla Ventures, […]

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Rocket Lab successfully launches 10 Earth observation satellites in 15th commercial mission

Rocket Lab successfully launches 10 Earth observation satellites in 15th commercial mission New Zealand launch provider Rocket Lab has put its 15th commercial payload into space, delivering ten Earth observation satellites each to their own orbit. The company is getting back into its stride after an upset in July dampened plans to set a record […]

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