The latest AMSAT News about developments in amateur and student satellites:Log in to see full article.
No reports of problems as SpaceX moves toward Sunday's launch of a Falcon 9 rocket to put the ABS 3A and EUTELSAT 115 West B satellites into a supersynchronous transfer orbit.Log in to see full article.
The University of Texas will soon offer a master’s degree in space entrepreneurship:Log in to see full article.
An announcement from NanoRacks:Log in to see full article.
The French company Safran has paid for an equal share in the joint venture (named Airbus Safran Launchers) with Airbus that will take over Arianespace and develop the Ariane 6 rocket:Log in to see full article.
The problem mentioned earlier with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) getting the NASA money allocated to it by Congress to fix the pad damage from the Antares explosion has yet to be resolved : U.S.Log in to see full article.
Here is an announcement from Shackleton Energy Company.Log in to see full article.
There is a House hearing this morning on the Commercial Crew Program (9:00 am EST): The Commercial Crew Program:Log in to see full article.
Erika Ilves of Shackleton Energy Corp (SEC) makes an interesting case for the oil and gas industry to get involved in space where its experience could be applied to the extraction and distribution of water, "the oil of the solar system":Log in to see full article.
Skybox Imaging posts this view from one of their satellites of Freeport Container Port, The Bahamas.Log in to see full article.