Weekly Links

Down to Earth

A Chinese commercial rocket company, OneSpace, successfully launched their second suborbital OS-X1 flight.

The Canadian Space Agency is promoting the upcoming flight of their astronaut David Saint-Jacques.

A new Japanese space startup, PD Aerospace, aims to launch paying customers to suborbital space.

In Orbit

The only rocket launch last week was a Chinese Long March 2C carrying an Earth-observing satellite, launched on September 6th. Tomorrow night, September 9th, SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket from Florida carrying a Telstar satellite.

NASA’s Kepler space telescope has been able to leave hibernation mode and resume operations.

Around the Solar System

You will not be surprised to hear that NASA still has not heard from the Opportunity rover.

A new study using Cassini data has found that the “hexagon” on Saturn may be a much larger/taller structure than previously known.

September 8, 2018 10:57 pm

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