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Kepler remains stable as health check continues

April 18th, 2016 by

The Kepler spacecraft remains stable as the process of returning it to science continues. The cause of the anomaly, first reported on 8 April, remains under investigation.

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Re-entry capsule of SJ-10 lands in N. China

April 18th, 2016 by

The re-entry capsule of China’s first retrievable microgravity satellite, SJ-10, returned safely to Earth on Monday.

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Astrix fibre optic gyro to fly on NASA JPL / CNES mission

April 18th, 2016 by

Airbus Defence and Space will supply its highest-precision fibre Optic Gyro Unit (FOG) for a mission led by the U.S., French, Canadian, and United Kingdom Space agencies, NASA, CNES, CSA, and UKSA, that will launch in 2020 to study Earth’s surface water.

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