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This post was originally published on this siteTesla has been selling solar roofs since 2016, but the journey has not been simple. Clients who registered for Elon Musk’s pricey solar alternative have been complaining of significant price hikes since signing contracts. In certain situations, the premium increases are more than twice what the consumer wanted […]

admin April 16, 2021

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to an April 13 announcement, Astrobotic will deploy its Griffin lunar lander which will be carrying NASA’s rover to the moon using Falcon Heavy launcher. Astrobotic won the $199.5 million Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) contract in June 2020. The Griffin lunar lander will be landing NASA’s […]

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This post was originally published on this siteOne of the limitations that space companies often experience includes inadequate funds to boost their exciting ideas. It explains why some startups stagnant for years before raising enough money to support their projects. However, HawkEye 360 recently announced good news stating that it has raised $55 million for […]

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This post was originally published on this siteAt its current Iceye United States headquarters in Irvine, California, Iceye has built a satellite production plant, research and production laboratory, and a project operations center for United States-licensed satellites. Jerry Welsh, Iceye U.S. Chief Executive Officer, informed SpaceNews, “A large portion of our nation’s space manufacturing base and […]

admin April 16, 2021

This post was originally published on this siteSouth Korean public aerospace and defense company Korea Aerospace Industries has announced plans to expand its space business in the next half-decade. According to the firm’s executive, KAI will invest 1 trillion won ($880 million) to advance its space sector, including satellite production and data-based services. The company […]

admin April 16, 2021

This post was originally published on this siteIt is no secret that four astronauts have been in the International Space Station (ISS) for almost half a year. Recently, they had to navigate their spaceship, SpaceX’s Crew Dragon, often referred to as Resilience, to a different docking port. Upon wearing it accordingly, they moved it outside […]