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BBC Breakfast 17h
This is amazing. Satellites are being tested to clear up rubbish in Space! 🌎🚀
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DigitalGlobe 3h
This week we go behind the camera. The @DiscoveryChannel's show, "What on Earth", was here filming for season 5. Make sure to tune in and see how can help explain some of Earth's bizarre mysteries.
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Boeing Space Sep 17
The US military and allies depend on WGS to provide continuous, resilient communications around the world. We’ve relied on to get WGS safely into orbit for every WGS launch.
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Sadia Sep 16
The Space Research Organisation has launched two tonight for which will earn upwards of Rs. 200 crore. It is the 44th launch of the Indian rocket the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) at Sriharikota,
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Horizon 2020🇪🇺 11h
, & could revolutionise thanks to a pioneering e-infrastructure being developed by aiming to make more productive & sustainable 🚜🌱🛰️👩🏼‍♻️ ▶️ 🇪🇺
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Christopher Simpson 3h
Just wrapped AIAA Space Operations and Support Technical Committee (SOSTC) meeting! First time as Secretary! 😁
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Nick Myer Sep 14
Watch out NASA's lasering Earth to measure ice. Well well..so you can laser from space to Earth..who'd have thought. Obviously Laser Weapons Are Up There.. to add to Microwave and Weapons. Directed Energy Weapons are a GLOBAL MENACE.
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SatApps Catapult 7h
We had a fantastic day hosting the winners of the 'Shake, Rattle & Roll' Competition from Wellington College! The students got hands on; building their own cube-sats, exploring the real-world applications of via our demos and touring the facility!
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EmmaB247 Sep 17
I watched a video someone had taken while Sunspot was closed. Weird. My fav conspiracy theory is employees spotted something in space they weren’t supposed to see and FBI required all to sign NDAs. Maybe journalists or can get the real story.
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Insider.co.uk 17h
Scotland's space industry is flying high - and experts at are ready to take it to the next level. Here's why.
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Rich Tehrani 49m
Tiny Headed to Likely Are First of Many
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Statista 9h
In the past ten years, an increasing number of foreign have been propelled from Indian rocket launch sites.
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Pieter Sep 18
Looking at some QFHA antenna approximations that can be easily built or folded.
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ahenk75 8h
.RemoveDebris, world’s most advanced litter-picker, was launched in April & has been docked at ahead of testing. Designed by a team led by 🇬🇧. The success of the test paves the way for routine missions to clean-up thousands of
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Coinspeak Sep 17
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Andreas Ramos Sep 14
Mars in evening sky. Follow the green line to . Bought a 5mW green . Point out stars, , etc. Only $20. Great for
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GovSat 13h
Paul Wells to talk about and on October 10 in Strasbourg
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Ava Schiffer 41m
Radar: indexing what's on the Earth and making it searchable. Orbital Insight () + Planet Labs ()
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harish kose Sep 16
Many congratulations to their first commercial launch 🚀 of two British satellites.
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🌟 Ishtar Ⓥ Sep 17
✨🌎✨The 's fields; anchored by the & ..ARE shifting. What was once the will become the . Our & r connected to this. There have been recently disruptions in the & there will be more...✨
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