SKTLs Space Newsletter: Chinese Rocket Debris, EnVision Aerobrakes, Space Force Investments and Much More

SKTLSs Newsletter #33 includes information about the rocket debris from a Chinese Long March 5B rocket that recently landed on Earth, EnVision space exploration aerobrakes at Venus, a Space Force […]

SKTLSs Newsletter #33 includes information about the rocket debris from a Chinese Long March 5B rocket that recently landed on Earth, EnVision space exploration aerobrakes at Venus, a Space Force future investments breakdown, concerns growing over the new space station development, Rocket Lab’s re-scheduled launch for Aug. 2nd, what happened on this day in space back in 1968, research and development updates for the new space station, space startups news and interesting facts about stellar flybys.
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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The comet-y channel!”

Space News

Long March 5B Rocket Stage Reentry
Six days after launching a space station module into orbit, debris from a Chinese Long March 5B rocket made a blazing reentry into Earth’s atmosphere.

EnVision Mission Is Pulling The Aerobrake
NASA and ESA are committing to three new missions to Venus, all due to launch by the early 2030s.

Space Force Future Investments 
Space Force, the military branch responsible for providing satellite-based services to the U.S. armed forces, has been assigned another role.

Commercial Space Station Development Concerns 
NASA and companies selected to begin development of commercial space stations are encountering some criticism.

Rocket Lab Launches Recently Delayed
Rocket Lab’s delayed launch is now scheduled to launch Aug. 2 (tomorrow) from New Zealand.

On This Day In Space!
August 1, 1968: Production of the Saturn V moon rocket comes to an end.

Space Station Research and Development And More
The benefits of space station research and development, refining the architecture for the Mars Sample Return mission, and test firing a solid-rocket booster for the mega Moon rocket.

Isotropic Systems rebrands as All.Space.British antenna manufacturer, All.Space, unveils its “fifth-generation smart terminal” to link cellular and satellite networks.

Velo3D invests in Plasmos.Velo3D’s technology could be a game-changer for Plasmos.

Fun facts about space…
Stellar flybys may have an effect on the formation of planets and galaxies. Do stellar flybys disrupt planet formations? What exactly do stellar flybys do? Does this event happen in other systems? And, did our own solar system experience a stellar flyby in its youth?
What do UX Tauri, RW Aurigae, AS 205, Z CMajoris, and FU Orionis have in common? They’re young stellar systems with disks where planets could form. It appears those disks were disturbed by stellar flybys or other close encounters in the recent past.

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