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MTI partners with NASA to 3D print rocket engine parts

November 18th, 2015 by

Metal Technology, a custom manufacturing company specialising in reactive, refractory, and high temperature metals headquartered in Albany, Oregon, announced that it is collaborating with NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) to develop the next generation of rocket engines.

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Update: Russia launches new early warning satellite

November 18th, 2015 by

Russia’s newest early warning satellite EKS-1 has been put into its target orbit orbit and contact has been established, the Defense Ministry reported.

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James Webb Space Telescope ‘wings’ successfully deployed

November 18th, 2015 by

Recently inside the clean room at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, engineers successfully completed two deployments for the James Webb Space Telescope’s “wings” or side portions of the backplane structure that fold up.

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SES Techcom Services and Newtec expand Astra Connect service

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SES Techcom Services announced it will be expanding its Astra Connect broadband service in Africa for the Enterprise and Oil & Gas markets via the Newtec Dialog multiservice platform on SES’s Astra 2G satellite.

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