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Polish suborbital rocket ILR-33 AMBER 2K reached space

Polish suborbital rocket ILR-33 AMBER 2K reached space

The world’s first rocket using 98% hydrogen peroxide as oxidizer achieved 101 km. 3 July 2024 will go down in the history of Polish achievements in the development of space technologies.

Washington Summit: 17 Allies take further steps to boost NATO space capabilities

Washington Summit: 17 Allies take further steps to boost NATO space capabilities

Defence Ministers from 17 NATO Nations came together to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) committing to strengthening the Alliance Persistent Surveillance from Space (APSS) initiative.

Morocco buys advanced electro optical satellite from IAI – media

Morocco buys advanced electro optical satellite from IAI – media

On July 9, Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI), the leading Israeli defence company, announced it had signed a USD 1 billion contract with a foreign customer.

Helsing tests real-time AI capabilities in space

Helsing tests real-time AI capabilities in space

Helsing, the leading new defence company in Europe, today announced that it has successfully deployed advanced AI capabilities on YAM-6, a satellite node part of Loft Orbital space infrastructure.

BAE Systems to deliver modernized, secure communications to the Republic of Korea

BAE Systems to deliver modernized, secure communications to the Republic of Korea

BAE Systems received multiple contracts totaling USD 111 million to provide the Second-generation, Anti-jam, Tactical, Ultra-high Frequency Radio for NATO, or SATURN waveform, to the Republic of Korea.

Europe’s new Ariane 6 rocket powers into space [VIDEO]

Europe’s new Ariane 6 rocket powers into space [VIDEO]

Ariane 6 is the latest in Europe's Ariane rocket series, taking over from Ariane 5, and featuring a modular and versatile design that can launch missions from low-Earth orbit and farther out into deep space.

Aerojet Rocketdyne: RS-25 engines are ready for Artemis IV

Aerojet Rocketdyne: RS-25 engines are ready for Artemis IV

Aerojet Rocketdyne has completed modernizing the four flight-proven RS-25 engines that will help power NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket on the Artemis IV mission.