June 16, 2024
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This week, outside the world: Japan's SLIM lander survives the lunar night, the first Belarusian woman in space and much more…

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SpaceX powers up Starship twice in preparation for Flight 4 launch

See a real-time map of Starlinks orbiting Earth – Universe Today

Watch India's reusable launch vehicle on test land on runway

Soyuz MS-25 docking

Reading material:

A stewardess becomes the first Belarusian woman in space at the launch of the Soyuz bound for the ISS | Space

HIV drugs manufactured in space and the advantages that manufacturing in microgravity can have.

Research opportunities on upcoming commercial space stations

Boeing's satellite business focuses on military opportunities – SpaceNews

Japanese lunar lander company ispace raises $53.5 million in stock sale – SpaceNews

Satellite companies cautiously optimistic as Defense Department increases funding to integrate commercial satellite communications – SpaceNews

China appears to be trying to save stricken spacecraft from lunar limb – SpaceNews

Ignored 1970s Apollo Data Reveals Huge Record of 'Hidden' Moonquakes | Space

In-orbit maintenance mission planned for military satellite in 2025 – SpaceNews

Europa has big plans for Saturn's moon Enceladus – Universe Today

Mars' Gale Crater was filled with water for much longer than previously thought – Universe Today

NASA's VERITAS mission gives new life – Universe Today

Euclid telescope's view of 'dark universe' restored through de-icing campaign | Space

ExLabs plans private mission to encounter asteroid Apophis – SpaceNews

UK Space Agency to open office in Scotland for first time – Business Insider

'Another milestone': ISRO rocket achieves orbital debris-free mission – The Economic Times (indiatimes.com)

The UK Space Agency will open four new bases across the country (msn.com)

Drilling for water ice on Mars: How close are we to achieving it? | Space

NASA optimistic about resolving Voyager 1 computing problem – SpaceNews

Astrobotic hires space industry veterans to help with Griffin lander – SpaceNews

Connecting the dots | Crackdown on Illegal Inbound NGSO Services – SpaceNews

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