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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.
“How do Earth, Saturn, and Neptune organize a party?
SLS Practice Countdown
Find out why NASA canceled its third attempt in the early stages of its SLS countdown rehearsal April 14.
China Eyes New Space Station Missions
A Long March rocket arrived at Wenchang spaceport, ready for new missions.
NASA’s New Partnership With The UAE
The Maven mission and the Hope Probe mission are finding ways to benefit each other.
Ingenuity’s Record-Breaking Flight
Ingenuity completed its 25th and most ambitious flight, breaking a few records along the way.
Busy Day On The ISS
The 11-person crew was focused on some interesting experiments and spacewalk preparations.
Ax-1’s First All-Private Crew
Checking in with the Ax-1’s private Crew aboard the ISS.
On This Day In Space!
April 15, 2005: A spacecraft collides with a satellite.
SPACE STARTUP AND PRIVATE COMPANY NEWS
SATELLITE MAUFACTURER, MEGACONSTELLATION
Starlink’s international woes.The highest administrative court in France says no to SpaceX.
CAPSTONE CubeSat is ready.Advanced Space of Westminster, Colorado has completed its small sat and it’s already found a launch pad.
|Fun facts about space…|
While the differences in volcanic deposits on the moon are plain to see, some missions revealed differences in the geochemical composition of its two sides.
The side of the Moon we see from Earth looks very different from the one it hides on its dark side.