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This Month in Space: December 2020

The stars are aligning — okay, actually two planets — and space exploration is capping off 2020 with amazing planetary discoveries and important announcements about the future of commercial crewed missions. Here’s what happened in December as we connect our quest for...

SpaceX Rocket Rideshare

In August 2019, SpaceX announced a “rideshare” program — an opportunity for small satellite operators to share space on a Falcon 9 rocket and send their payloads into orbit. Since then, SpaceX has shared rocket space on several Starlink launches with companies like...

This Month in Space: November 2020

If it seems like there’s always history in the making on the Space Coast, you’re right! This month saw the successful launch and delivery of four astronauts — and their very cute friend — to the International Space Station, as well as the return of regular crewed...

Mission Overview: All About Artemis

The 12-day Apollo 17 mission, which ended on December 19, 1972, was the last moment humans stepped foot on the Moon. So, why haven’t we been back? After Apollo 17, public interest in space exploration declined, and the focus of the world was on the Vietnam War. It’s...

This Month in Space: October 2020

One year after the first all-female spacewalk, space exploration is moving at an incredible rate. This month, the Orion spacecraft, which will carry the next astronauts to the moon in 2024, received key components, Elon Musk announced an uncrewed Mars mission, and the...

What Do Astronauts Do on the ISS?

Sent into orbit as a collaborative project between NASA (United States), Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), ESA (Europe), and CSA (Canada), the International Space Station has been circling above Earth in a low orbit since 1998. What exactly is the ISS? The ISS is a...


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