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October 5, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Company that launched satellites without permission gets new license to launch more probes

The Spacebees story isn’t quite done. Much earlier this year, Swarm Technologies launched four very small satellites into orbit with no U.S. 709 more words

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September 28, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Why NASA’s space launch system is indispensable

Not because it’s self-evident, apparently…

Again, somehow the U.S. is in a race with China–this time over large launch vehicles. 448 more words

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September 7, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Namibian Youth Takes First Steps to Entering Space

For those constantly pooh-poohing small satellites, this probably won’t change your mind. But then nothing will, right? For the others, this is story shows how a trend is encompassing nations traditionally ignored by space technology. 800 more words

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August 31, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Eyes In The Sky: The New Way To Identify Human Rights Abuses

This isn’t the only story of its kind, but its part of a trend in which people use data in a different way than it was intended. 680 more words

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August 24, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

If You Are Planning On Building Your Own Space Shuttle…

Fun! While I still don’t quite understand the space connection for Hackaday.com, this post lists a few considerations for those who want to take NASA’s plans and build a space shuttle. 1,256 more words

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August 17, 2018: Weekly Spatial Resolutions

Mission accomplished.

This. Is. Cool!!

About two weeks ago, a group of volunteers in Denmark launched a rocket that went about 7 kilometers into the sky. 1,046 more words

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