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Amazon lines up launch plans for its satellite broadband project
The e-commerce giant will launch over 3,000 satellites with rocket operators including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin.
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AB Aur b, a new exoplanet, has been found in the earliest part of its formation. Its birth is challenging what we know about planets forming.
Russia to halt cooperation on the ISS unless the West lifts sanctions
Russia's space agency stressed that the West needs the ISS and "cannot manage without Russia because no one but us can deliver fuel to the station".
SpaceX to help rival OneWeb launch satellites after Russia dispute
The British satellite internet company is turning to SpaceX after launches with Russia’s Soyuz were cancelled over the war in Ukraine.
Europe suspends Mars rover mission with Russia over Ukraine war
ESA and Russia’s Roscosmos have been working on the project for the last decade.
Three tons of space junk is heading towards the moon right now
With little to no real atmosphere, the moon is defenceless against meteors and asteroids, and the occasional incoming spacecraft.
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What is the EU’s new space plan and why does it matter?
Brussels wants to secure its own security and independence through its own constellation of satellites used for communications.
China not SpaceX 'responsible' for rocket set to collide with Moon
Regardless of where the space object comes from, it is predicted to collide with the Moon on March 4.
NASA raises concerns about SpaceX plan to deploy 30,000 satellites
NASA said Elon Musk's plans could flood Earth's orbit with objects, which would make its flights and observations more difficult.
SpaceX launches Italian satellite
After several days of delays, SpaceX launched an Italian satellite into space from Florida on Monday
Brussels wants to increase management of space traffic
European Commissioner Thierry Breton says space is becoming increasingly contested.
The unfolding of the James Webb Space Telescope is complete
It will be months before the first images get back to Earth.
Taking up too much space? Elon Musk hits back at Starlink criticism
Musk made the headlines this week after China complained that its space station was forced to avoid collisions with Starlink satellites.
Why Elon Musk and SpaceX are facing online backlash in China
China complained that its space station was forced to take evasive action to avoid collision with satellites launched by Musk's Starlink programme.
The dawn of a new age: how 2021 changed our relationship with Space
In this Space Review we take a look at the major trends and developments in the world of Space exploration over the last 12 months.
France is leading Europe’s push to conquer a new frontier in space
A collective of French space experts wants to embark on a new kind of space conquest with a new European satellite constellation.
Scientists discovered a planet they thought would be impossible
The discovery of one of the largest planets ever detected has shattered assumptions of how and where planets can form.
NASA’s 10 new astronauts could one day walk on the Moon or Mars
NASA has revealed its latest cohort of astronauts. The six men and four women could be picked for upcoming missions to the Moon or Mars.
Is space debris a real threat to space missions and satellites?
“The problem is that space is limited and the more objects we bring into space, the denser the region gets,” aeronautics expert Carolin Frueh said.
Mother and daughter win $1m seats on Virgin Galactic flight to space
British billionaire Richard Branson surprised a 44-year-old woman living in Antigua with two tickets for a trip to space.