SKTLs Space Newsletter: SpaceX Launch, China’s Newest Module, S. Korea’s Moon Mission and Much More

SKTLs Newsletter #32 includes information about the 6th SpaceX launch this month, China’s newest experiment module, South Korea’s plans for a moon mission with SpaceX, the latest and greatest progress […]

SKTLs Newsletter #32 includes information about the 6th SpaceX launch this month, China’s newest experiment module, South Korea’s plans for a moon mission with SpaceX, the latest and greatest progress of the Artemis 1 SLS mission, satellites dodging space debris, calculating the risks of space debris, what was happening in space on July 26th in 2005, new commercial cargo recently arriving at the ISS, space startups and fun facts about the Space Surveillance Network (SSN).
ANNOUNCEMENT: This is a call to all SKTL Token holders to please put a little of your SKTL tokens into the Pancake Swap Liquidity Pool if you can. It helps provide liquidity for all these new space enthusiasts trying to buy SKTLs. (You do risk trading some of your SKTL tokens for BNB if pooled as new SKTL buyers come in but again, it helps the community to put at least a little bit of your SKTL tokens into a liquidity pool. Thank you.

And just a reminder that if you got the airdrop, you could sell your SKTL tokens on pancake swap. Yes, we literally gave people enough money to (help) pay rent when we did the 100% free airdrop. And guess what — selling your SKTL tokens also provides liquidity for the community.

If you’d like help selling your SKTLs (or if you’d like help putting some of your SKTL tokens into the liquidity pool) please email [email protected] and we’ll be happy to set up a time to talk you through it on the phone or over zoom.
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Space News

SpaceX, The Sixth Launch This Month
SpaceX’s latest Falcon 9 sends another batch of satellites into orbit.

China’s New Experiment Module
Introducing the Wentian module, designed for on-orbit experiments.

South Korea’s First Moon Mission 
A SpaceX Falcon 9 will be launching the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO).

Progress Continues, NASA Artemis I 
NASA technicians are preparing the rocket, hoping for August launch.

Satellite Dodges Space Junk
Avoiding space debris is quickly becoming a major priority for satellites.

Scientists Calculate Space Debris Risks
With the growing number of rocket launches, new study warns that the latest predictions are conservative estimates.

On This Day In Space!
July 26, 2005: Space shuttle Discovery launched its first mission following the Columbia disaster.

Commercial Cargo Spacecraft Safely Arrives At The ISS And More
A commercial cargo spacecraft safely arrives at the space station, space station crewmembers conduct a spacewalk, and an update on plans to launch the Artemis I mission.



Stellar Ventures unveils new fund. Stellar Ventures, working closely with Stellar Solutions, unleashes multi-million dollar space startup fund.


D-Orbit space logistics business. D-Orbit satellite services, from debris removal to space-based cloud computing.

Fun facts about space…
Ever wonder how humans track space debris in order to calculate the inherent risks associated with the growing space economy?
From orbital operations safety to managing meteoroid and debris protection, the Space Surveillance Network is a fine tuned tracking system for objects orbiting the Earth.

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