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The Carnival of Space #600

22 Feb 2019, 21:00 UTC
The Carnival of Space #600
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Welcome to the Everyday Spacer Blog, now hosting the Carnival of Space #600! At the rate of one per week, that’s over 11 1/2 years! And space exploration is more exciting than ever, as described by these great spacers in their articles. Some of them have been at this for many years now. If you are called to join us, get the scoop here; then one with the show!
British Satellite Tests its Space Junk Harpoon
Matt Williams | Universe Today
Last summer, a new type of debris-hunting satellite was released from the International Space Station (ISS). It’s known as the RemoveDebris spacecraft, a technology-demonstrator developed by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd and the Surrey Space Center. The purpose of this satellite is to…
Land Heavier Payloads on Mars. Aim for the Ground and Then Pull up at the Last Moment
Matt Williams | Universe Today
In the coming decades, a number of missions are planned for Mars, which include proposals to send astronauts there for the first time. This presents numerous logistical and technical challenges, ranging from the sheer distance to the need for increased protection against radiation. At the same time, there is also the difficulty of…
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