Space


SpaceX Postpones Launch Due to Wind

SpaceX’s planned launch of a commercial communications satellite was delayed by high winds at Cape Canaveral in Florida early Tuesday morning. The launch had been scheduled for 1:34 a.m. Pacific…

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India Launches More Than 100 Satellites Into Orbit

India’s space agency said it successfully launched more than 100 foreign nano satellites into orbit Wednesday aboard a single rocket. The Indian Space Research Organization said the nano satellites —…

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SpaceX Puts Off Launch in California

SpaceX postponed the scheduled launch of a Falcon 9 rocket Sunday because of high winds and rain at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The launch would have been the company’s…

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Call for Funding of Space Industry in Crisis

The Israeli space industry finds itself in a grave crisis in the wake of the explosion of the Amos 6 telecommunications satellite on the launch pad in Florida last September,…

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John Glenn, An American Hero

When word spread that former astronaut John Glenn had died on Thursday, obituary writers and millions of other Americans all pegged him with the same description: American Hero. Glenn achieved…

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