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techcrunch.com - Aria Alamalhodaei - Inversion Space will test its space-based delivery tech in October
Inversion Space will test its space-based delivery tech in October
TechCrunch

Inversion Space is aptly named. The three-year-old startup's primary concern is not getting things to space, but bringing them back — transforming the ultimate high ground into “a transportation layer for Earth.” The company's…

yaledailynews.com - Luciana Varkevisser - Shrinking spaces - where will we live in the future?
Shrinking spaces - where will we live in the future?
Yale Daily News

Student exhibition in the Trumbull Gallery explored the future of living spaces through immersive art experiences. Gallery exhibition by artist Tian Hsu '26 took viewers on a visual journey through immersive art pieces that included virtual…

telegraph.co.uk - David Axe - The US Navy's space interceptor has proven itself against Iran's ballistic missiles
The US Navy's space interceptor has proven itself against Iran's ballistic missiles
The Telegraph

When Iran launched waves of drones and missiles at Israel on Saturday, the US military deployed warships and warplanes to reinforce Israeli and allied defences. American forces actually shot down more of the roughly 160 drones and missiles than…

inc.com - Kit Eaton - Space Force Looks to Small Companies to Go Big With Military
Space Force Looks to Small Companies to Go Big With Military
Inc.com

Until recently established major companies in the U.S. space and defense sector had the business of winning government contracts sewn up. Multibillion-dollar firms had a lock on the path to designing, building and launching militarily important…

popsci.com - Harri Weber - Yes, a chunk of the space station crashed into a house in Florida
Yes, a chunk of the space station crashed into a house in Florida
Popular Science Homepage | Popular Science

The “object from the sky” that pierced through a home in Naples, FL. last month wasn't a meteorite after all. On April 15, NASA said the mysterious metallic cylinder—which tore through homeowner Alejandro Otero's ceiling and…

forbes.com - Kevin Holden Platt - Space Experts Debate How To De-Escalate Russian Threats Of Orbital War
Space Experts Debate How To De-Escalate Russian Threats Of Orbital War
Forbes

In the wake of Russia's threats that it could target American satellites now aiding Ukraine with a “retaliation strike,” a cofounder of the U.S. Space Force says the White House needs to act resolutely to prevent Moscow from extending…

techcrunch.com - Devin Coldewey - Space startups are licking their lips after NASA converts $11B Mars mission into a free-for-all
Space startups are licking their lips after NASA converts $11B Mars mission into a free-for-all
TechCrunch

Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA Administrator Bill Nelson has pronounced the agency's $11 billion, 15-year mission to collect and return samples from Mars: insufficient. But the strategy shift could be a huge boon to space startups, to which…

ndtv.com - Watch: Taylor Swift's Song 'Blank Space' Inspires 'Bloody' Cake Trend
Watch: Taylor Swift's Song 'Blank Space' Inspires 'Bloody' Cake Trend
NDTV

Are you a 'Swiftie', an enthusiastic fan of the singer Taylor Swift? If the answer is yes, you'll love this viral cake trend inspired by the singer's 2014 song 'Blank Space'. That's right, Taylor Swift's music seems to never get old and is once…

technologyreview.com - Rhiannon Williams - The Download: commercializing space, and China's chip self-sufficiency efforts
The Download: commercializing space, and China's chip self-sufficiency efforts
MIT Technology Review

The ISS never really became what some had hoped: a launching point for an expanding human presence in the solar system. But it did enable fundamental research on materials and medicine, and it helped us start to understand how space affects the…

independent.co.uk - Helen Coffey - I don't like children - but banning them from public spaces is completely unhinged
I don't like children - but banning them from public spaces is completely unhinged
The Independent

Please enter a valid email address Please enter a valid email address I would like to be emailed about offers, events and updates from The Independent. Read our privacy notice There's an episode of Sex and the City – the OG, not any of the…

dailycaller.com - Kay Smythe - Part Of Space Station Crashes Into US Home
Part Of Space Station Crashes Into US Home
The Daily Caller

NASA announced Monday that part of the International Space Station (ISS) crashed into a home in Naples, Florida in March 2024. Is it a bird? Is it a meteor ? No! It's part of the International Space Station falling out of the cosmos and crashing…

bgr.com - Joshua Hawkins - ISS space junk crashed into a man's house in Florida, sparking more concerns over space junk
ISS space junk crashed into a man's house in Florida, sparking more concerns over space junk
BGR

In March of 2021, NASA ground controllers released a cargo pallet of aging nickel hydride batteries from the ISS, the space agency shared in a post this week. The 5,800-pound pallet was expected to burn up completely upon re-entry. However, in…

ndtv.com - Centre Notifies New FDI Rules For Space Sector Ahead Of Elon Musk's Visit
Centre Notifies New FDI Rules For Space Sector Ahead Of Elon Musk's Visit
NDTV

Concurrently, approvals for Musk's satellite internet project, Starlink, are nearing finalization (File) New Delhi: The government has notified amendments to the foreign direct investment policy in the space sector to attract offshore investors in…

bleedingcool.com - Kaitlyn Booth - The First Trailer For Transformers: One Drops Thursday...In Space!
The First Trailer For Transformers: One Drops Thursday...In Space!
Bleeding Cool News

Posted in: Movies, Paramount Pictures, Transformers | Tagged: Transformers One The first trailer for the new animated Transformers film, Transformers: One, will be released on Thursday...in space! First trailer for 'Transformers: One' sets to…

foxnews.com - Kerry Byrne - On this day in history, April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 astronauts return alive, defy odds after space explosion
On this day in history, April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 astronauts return alive, defy odds after space explosion
Fox News

An incredible human drama in space exploration ended with the miraculous safe return of the three Apollo 13 astronauts on this day in history, April 17, 1970. 'In Mission Control, pandemonium erupted,' NASA reports of the joy that overwhelmed the…

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