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TMRO.tv space show has an interview with Joel Sercel, CTO of Momentus Space:
Momentus is building the in-space equivalent of the connecting flight. Use a big rocket to fly to a common orbit on a cheap rideshare, then use their in-space rocket to get your satellite to any custom orbit 10 times cheaper than what has ever been possible.
The latest space news report from TMRO:
Space 2.0: How Private Spaceflight, a Resurgent NASA,
and International Partners are Creating a New Space Age
Urban Astronomer hosts the Carnival of Space #603 and Universe Today hosts Carnival of Space #604.
An illustration of the dust rings near the inner planets, circling the Sun. Image Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Mary Pat Hrybyk-Keith [ Via Universe Today]
Universe Today and NextBigFuture.com host the most recent Carnival of Space link collections:
A part of the Globular star cluster NGC 5466. “On the right, Hubble images taken ten years apart were compared to clock the cluster’s velocity. A grid in the background helps to illustrate the stellar motion in the foreground cluster (located 52,000 light-years away). Notice that background galaxies (top right of center, bottom left of center) do not appear to move because they are so much farther away, many millions of light-years. Credits: NASA, ESA and S.T. Sohn and J. DePasquale (STScI)” – Universe Today
Everyday Spacer Blog hosts the latest Carnival of Space.
The Opportunity rover casts a long shadow.