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The Rising Use Of 3D Printing Is A Key Trend In The Satellites Market

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The Business Research Company’s satellites market research report expands on key drivers, trends, and growth opportunities in the market. LONDON, Sept. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The increasing use of 3D printing is gaining popularity in the satellite industry trends. 3D printing or additive manufacturing, is the process of making a three-dimensional object from a CAD or 3D model. A study, from March 2021, showed…

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2022 Advanced Air Mobility and Space Exposition

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. /PRNewswire/ — AUVSI Hampton Roads, working with the Commonwealth of Virginia, will host an Advanced Air Mobility and Space Exposition on September 27­-29, 2022 in Hampton Roads Virginia. This hallmark occasion begins on the 27th at Fort Monroe, 100 Stillwell Road with robotic demonstrations (Unmanned Air and Ground) for Virginia’s first responders. The 28th and 29th will be a symposium held at the…

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NASA Waves Off First Artemis I Launch Attempt, to Provide Media Update

Following the Artemis I launch scrub Monday from Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the agency will hold a media briefing at approximately 1 p.m. EDT today, Monday, Aug. 29, to discuss mission status. The briefing will livestream on NASA Television, the agency’s app, and on the agency’s website. Artemis I is a flight test to launch…

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Historic launch of Artemis I: Destination the Moon

CNW Telbec/ – On Monday, August 29, NASA’s Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will launch for the first time, as part of the Artemis I mission to the Moon. This uncrewed test flight will mark the return to the Moon after almost 50 years and the beginning of a new era of lunar exploration. Following a successful Artemis I…

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Artemis Mission Paves the Way for Return to the Moon Says SMU Planetary Scientist Working with NASA

Matt Siegler, a research scientist at Southern Methodist University and the Planetary Science Institute who is participating in ongoing NASA missions, says the Artemis 1 launch could revive America’s ability to get humans back to the Moon. “Like Apollo, before we strap our best and brightest astronauts to the top of a rocket, we need to test it. So this…

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Bespin Global, named ‘a Visionary’ in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Public Cloud IT Transformation Services

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–       Only 20 companies in the world are named in this category, after the establishment of the new market last year, Bespin Global has been recognized as ‘a Visionary’ this year–       Bespin Global, recognized for its vision and execution–       Bespin Global named on Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for 6 years SEOUL, South Korea /PRNewswire/ — Bespin Global (https://www.bespinglobal.com, CEO HanJoo Lee), a cloud delivery platform company, announced on…

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NASA Goddard Center Director Shares Plans to Retire

Dennis Andrucyk, director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has announced his intent to retire after more than 36 years of federal service, including multiple leadership roles at NASA and as Goddard’s director since January 2020. Andrucyk will continue to serve as Goddard center director while NASA conducts a nationwide search and open competition for a new…

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NASA Air’s Space Station R&D, Benefits to Humanity Conference

NASA will highlight groundbreaking discoveries, benefits for humanity, and how the agency and its commercial and international partners will maximize research and development aboard the International Space Station at the 11th annual International Space Station Research and Development Conference. The conference runs Monday, July 25 to Thursday, July 28 in Washington. The full conference agenda is available online. NASA will provide live…

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