Russian ASAT Provokes Questions, Calls For Action

The anti-satellite test created at least 1,500 pieces of trackable debris and underscores the need for new policies, observers say.
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Just Add Water: Astronauts Celebrate Thanksgiving in Space

Roasted turkey, candied yams, and blueberry cobbler are on the menu for the space station crew.
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DOD To Expand Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Assessments

The new group is tasked with detecting and identifying incursions of unidentified aerial phenomena near DOD training ranges and installations.
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Alan Shepard’s Daughter and Michael Strahan Are Headed to Space

Blue Origin set to launch again in December with a full roster.
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Global Efforts To Protect Earth Against Asteroids

NASA’s asteroid mission comes as governments and international groups plan for the unthinkable.
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5 Things to Know About This Week’s Asteroid Mission

NASA is hurling a spacecraft at a passing asteroid to try and change its course.
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Rolls-Royce Claims Records for ‘World’s Fastest’ All-Electric Aircraft

Engineers clock Spirit of Innovation research airplane at 345.4 mph.
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Curious About Boom Supersonic? Here Are Five Things to Know

Colorado-based company aims to get passengers in the sky by 2029.
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Otto Aviation Finishes First Phase of Testing of Celera 500L

Company says it conducted its most recent flights using sustainable aviation fuel.
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Wisk v. Archer: Inside a Bitter eVTOL Trade Secret Lawsuit

Hundreds of millions of dollars are potentially at stake in a court battle over two designs for electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.
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Thales and Diehl Join Airbus eVTOL Project

They’ll develop primary and secondary flight control computers for Airbus’ electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.
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NTSB Proposes Commercial Space Accident Rulemaking

In the proposed rule, the NTSB seeks to identify commercial space as a unique mode of transportation.
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Major eVTOL Companies Ramping Up Flight Schools

Pilot academies are in the works at major electric, vertical takeoff and landing companies.
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Russia Confirms Anti-Satellite Test

U.S. officials condemn it, saying it created thousands of pieces of debris that jeopardized astronauts on the International Space Station.
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Huntsville Airport Could Become Commercial Spaceport

FAA will hear public input on draft environmental review in December.
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U.S. Says Russian Test Has Created Debris Field in Space

State Department warns that anti-satellite weapons test could endanger space station and astronauts.
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Astronaut Snoopy is Heading Back to Space

Iconic cartoon dog will be aboard Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft as it heads to the moon on Artemis I ...
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Blue Origin Astronaut Killed in Small Airplane Crash

Company ‘devastated’ by loss of Glen de Vries, who flew into space with actor William Shatner.
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Crew-3 Astronauts Welcomed to the International Space Station

Team begins its six-month stay in space filled with experiments.
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Joby Says It’s Making Progress Toward Certification

With Q3 net losses totaling nearly $79M, air taxi-maker promises certification, manufacturing, and commercial operations.
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