A Chinese rocket, Long March 2C (CZ-2C), has been launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, China at 1030 GMT on 20 May 2022, according to reports by Xinhua. The vehicle reportedly carried three “communication test satellites”, as yet unnamed, to lower Earth...
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Atlas V launches Starliner OFT-2 test flight to ISS successfully but spacecraft has a shaky orbital insertion (Updated)
NASA successfully launched an Atlas V N22 rocket, carrying Starliner OFT-2, from Cape Canaveral, USA at 2254 GMT on 19 May 2022 - but not without some significant hiccups along the way. The launch of the Starliner OFT-2 to the International Space Station (ISS),...
The Russian Ministry of Defence has successfully launched a Soyuz 2-1A from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Northern Russia at 0803 GMT on 19 May 2022. The rocket is thought to have launched an electro-optical area surveillance satellite to a lower Earth Orbit (LEO)...
On 3 May 2022 the Defence & Aerospace arm of Norwegian international technology group, Kongsberg Gruppen, contracted with NanoAvionics, Lithuania, to supply them with three maritime surveillance microsatellites. These satellites are intended to enhance Norway's...