SKTLs Space Newsletter: Artemis 1 Update, China’s Latest Milestone, S. Korea’s Recent Success and Much More
SKTLs Newsletter #36 includes information about NASA’s latest repair and launch plan for the Artemis 1 SLS rocket, China launches two rockets in two hours, South Korea finds success maneuvering its lunar orbiter, OneWeb loses millions after canceling its Soyuz launch contract, Starliner is experiencing further delays, Rocket Lab signs plans for rocket cargo deliveries around the world, what happened in space on September 7th (today) in 1995, how we will know if the DART Mission is a success, tons of space startup news and interesting facts about Gamma Rays.
“Yesterday I was charged $10,000 dollars for sending my cat into space.
It was a cat astro fee!”
NASA To Repair SLS
NASA will attempt to fix the Artemis 1 SLS issue on the pad, keeping open the option for a new launch attempt.
Two Launches, Two Hours Apart
China has officially conducted its 36th and 37th orbital launches of 2022.
South Korean Lunar Orbiter
South Korea’s first robotic lunar orbiter sets a new milestone in its voyage toward the moon.
OneWeb Takes A $229 Million Hit
OneWeb’s termination of its Soyuz launch contract doesn’t come without a price and more.
Boeing’s setback is the latest in a string of problems for Starliner.
Rocket Lab Finds More Momentum
Rocket Lab is considering using their space launch vehicles to transport cargo around the world.
On This Day In Space!
September 7th, 1995: NASA launches its 100th crewed mission.
SPACE STARTUP AND PRIVATE COMPANY NEWS
ROCKET MANUFACTURER, AEROSPACE TOURISM
SpaceX’s private space crew. The first commercial spacewalk and more have been fused into SpaceX’s Polaris Dawn mission.
India’s Skyroot Aerospace. Skyroot Aerospace, an Indian rocket startup aiming to launch by year’s end, just landed a solid Series B.
Albedo announces Series A funding round. Albedo plans to use its new funding to complete development and testing of its first satellite.
DEBRIS REMOVAL SPACECRAFT MANUFACTURER
KMI wins contracts for debris cleanup technology. Michigan based KMI has received three study contracts for debris-cleanup technologies from a Space Force program.
Fun facts about space…
Doctors use gamma-ray imaging to see inside your body. And yet, the biggest gamma-ray generator of all is the Universe.
Gamma rays have the smallest wavelengths and the most energy of any wave in the electromagnetic spectrum, emitting more energy in ten seconds than the sun will in ten billion years.
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