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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.
“I’m addicted to space jokes, but someday I’ll over-comet!”
NASA Roll’s Back The SLS
The Artemis 1 Space Launch System has been further delayed, repairs needed.
China Launches 2 And Lands 3
China latest launches were only six hours apart, as astronauts return to Earth.
NASA & SpaceX Launch Delay
Date adjustment provides mission teams more time to finalize prelaunch clarifications.
Chinese Satellite Reappears
A stranded Chinese satellite, seemingly lost, has been found in operation mode.
Doctors Beamed Up To Space
New form of communication is just the beginning for future space missions.
Apollo 16: Celebrating 50 Years
Fifty years ago NASA landed on the moon, here’s the retold story.
On This Day In Space!
April 18, 2014: NASA crashes into the moon.
SPACE STARTUP AND PRIVATE COMPANY NEWS
ROCKET MANUFACTURER, SATELLITE RIDESHARE
SpaceX launches U.S. spy satellite.The NROL-85 payload is the 148th launch of the Falcon 9 for SpaceX, and it’s the rocket’s 14th mission this year.
Astranis eyes military customers.San Francisco-based startup Astranis is taking advantage of the diversification in military communications.
|Fun facts about space…|
Hubble’s instruments have provided detailed views of circumstellar discs, allowing astronomers to study these regions and the process of planet formation.
Circumstellar discs around newly formed stars are known as protoplanetary discs.