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Electron to launch 30 satellites on 15 November

November 2nd, 2020 by

Rocket Lab has announced its next Electron mission will feature a diverse range of payloads from the United States, France and New Zealand. The mission, which will be Rocket Lab’s 16th Electron launch, will lift-off from Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula during a 14-day launch window that opens on 15 November UTC.

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Russia may bring back Start-1 rocket

November 2nd, 2020 by

A decision on resuming launches of Start-1 rockets converted from Topol intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) is expected in the next twelve months, Chief Designer of the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology (the Topol developer) Yuri Solomonov was quoted as saying.

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Russia to deploy Marathon constellation within 3 years

November 2nd, 2020 by

Efforts to deploy a constellation of 264 Marathon IoT communications satellites will take three years, Deputy CEO of Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems said.

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Electron pre-launch details

November 2nd, 2020 by

Here is a detailed list of payloads for Rocket Lab’s next Electron mission, currently scheduled for 15 November UTC.

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Inmarsat to develop satcom service platform via ESA contract

November 2nd, 2020 by

Inmarsat has been awarded a three year contract with the European Space Agency (ESA), which will co-fund the development of a new capability for governments to plan, procure, manage and monitor their satellite communications (satcoms) services from Inmarsat and other operators and service providers.

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The International Space Station has been humanity’s foothold in orbit for 20 years

November 2nd, 2020 by

For 20 years, humans have had an unbroken presence in orbit on the International Space Station.

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