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Thanks for joining the SKTLs community mission to help create a sustainable space economy. It’s more apparent than ever that we all have an immediate responsibility to protect the planet and help progress human space migration.
The SKTLs family wants to keep you up to date and informed on the development of the space economy, space exploration and space related cryptos. In this newsletter subscribers will find recent news about space, including lots of interesting facts about our new frontier.
“What happened to the alien who stepped in gum?
It got stuck in Orbit!”
Ax-1’s Private Mission
The Ax-1 mission sent the first crew of private class astronauts to the ISS today.
NASA’s Artemis 1 Moon Mission
The first test flight of the new Space Launch System megarocket and the Orion crew capsule has been long awaited.
Space Traffic Management
Operators of LEO sats are bracing for a storm of debris.
NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter
The Ingenuity Helicopter continues to set the precedent, traveling to an ancient Mars river delta.
Candidates For CubeSat Space Missions
NASA has selected eight small research satellites from seven states.
US Space Force Releases Decades Of Bolide Data
New data collected by U.S. government sensors on fireball events and NEO’s (near-Earth objects).
On This Day In Space!
April 8, 1964: Project Gemini begins a new era in spaceflight.
SPACE STARTUP AND PRIVATE COMPANY NEWS
Astroscale’s debris-removal demo. Astroscale plans to follow through on an attempt to capture a small sat posing as a piece of space debris, amidst ongoing technical issues.
E-Space’s sustainable megaconstellation plan. Startup E-Space is preparing to deploy the first satellites of its megaconstellation, on a Rocket Lab mission.
|Fun facts about space…|
Understanding the origin and evolution of main-belt comets is a crucial element in our understanding of the formation and evolution of the whole Solar System.
The Hubble Space Telescope provides astronomers with a special opportunity to study asteroids.