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Stratolaunch, World’s Largest-Ever Plane by Wingspan, Successfully Takes Off on Maiden Flight

Stratolaunch, the world’s largest aircraft by wingspan, takes off from Mojave Air & Space Port on April 13, 2019.Photo: Matt Hartman (AP) Stratolaunch, the world’s
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Amazon joins SpaceX, OneWeb, and Facebook in the race to create space-based internet services

Amazon is officially joining the race to create a network of satellites in low earth orbit that will provide high-speed terrestrial internet services. The company
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SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Capsule Successfully Docks With ISS, Without Use of Robotic Arm

The Crew Dragon spacecraft on top its Falcon 9 rocket during pre-mission prep on Feb. 28, 2019.Photo: Joel Kowsky (Getty Images) A day after its
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As rocket companies proliferate, new enabling tech emerges as the next wave in the space race

Blue Origin, Rocket Lab, Relativity Space, Slingshot Aeropsace, SpaceX and Virgin Orbit have raised billions of dollars to create new vehicles to launch payloads into
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China Successfully Touches Down Chang’e 4, First Soft-Landed Craft on the Far Side of the Moon

A control room at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center, picturing the touchdown of Chang’e 4’s predecessor, Chang’e 3 (“Yutu”/Jade Rabbit).Photo: AP The China National Space