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Dozens of Starlink Satellites Hit By Geostorm, Expected to Fall Toward Earth

The satellites were launched last week and most are expected to burn up on re-entry.
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U.S. Responds to China’s Complaints Over Starlink Satellites

Official note to the United Nations claims China’s concerns were unwarranted.
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Two Ariane 6 Rocket Stages Arrive at French Guiana

The European Space Agency plans to test the core stage of its new rocket at its launch site in French Guiana.
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James Webb Space Telescope Reaches Final Orbit

Webb conducted its final course correction burn Monday afternoon.
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NASA Faces Astronaut Shortage, New Report Says

Current corps is one of the smallest in 20 years.
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Radian Aerospace Wants to Build ‘Holy Grail’ Spaceplane

Startup aims to accomplish what NASA attempted in the ’90s.
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What Amazing Things Will the World’s Largest Telescope Show Us?

James Webb aims to peer deeper into space than we’ve ever seen.
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World’s Most Powerful Telescope Reaches Major Milestone in Space

The James Webb Space Telescope unfolded its gold mirrors and is speeding away from Earth.
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James Webb Space Telescope Successfully Deploys Major Components

The telescope has successfully unfurled its giant sunshield and secondary mirror.
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International Space Station Gets Six More Years of Operations

Orbiting since 1998, officials move the laboratory’s retirement to 2030.
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