More news bites for those of you living in the hypersonic lane

by | Sep 28, 2007 | Iran | 0 comments

More news has emerged from the 58th International Astronautical Congress about India’s co-operation with Russia and Japan’s plans for more Moon probes following the successful launch of its Kaguya mission on 14 September

The Soyuz docked at International Space Station has done a little dance in preparartion for the forthcoming crew

MSNBC has a report about poor troubled Rocketplane

Hobbyspace.com has a link to a newspaper interview with software entrepreneur and rocket developer John Carmack

Meanwhile Arianespace is apparently going to market India’s launchers. Seems a bit odd considering the Indian rockets are serious compeitition for the likes of Soyuz in French Guiana.

And for absolutely on reason whatsoever, other than the shear hell of it, here is a link to Alan Boyle’s MSNBC Cosmic Log blog…

And finally it seems that US Democrat party candidates are all pretty gung-ho for space.

About Seradata

Seradata produce the renowned SpaceTrak Launch & Satellite Database. Trusted by 100 of the world’s leading Space organisations, SpaceTrak is a fully queryable database used for market analysis, failure/risk assessment, spectrum analysis and space situational awareness (SSA).

For more information go to www.seradata.com/spacetrak

Related Articles

Russian cargo freighter launched on Soyuz rocket docks with International Space Station

A Russian cargo freighter was successfully launched on a Soyuz 2.1a launch vehicle from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan at 0932 GMT Read more

Russian military launches Bars-M 3 cartography reconnaissance satellite on Cosmos 2503 rocket

The Russian Ministry of Defence has successfully launched a Soyuz 2-1A from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Northern Russia at 0803 Read more

Analysis: Putin orders Russian tanks to roll into Ukraine…and spaceflight will be affected (Updated/Corrected)

On 21 February, Russia’s President Putin ordered troops and tanks into disputed territories of Donetsk and Luhansk for “peacekeeping”, which Read more

Russia launches first next-gen naval reconnaissance satellite

Russia successfully launched a Soyuz 2-1B rocket at 1950 GMT, 25 June from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Northern Russia. The vehicle Read more

Russia launches two communications satellites

Russia successfully launched the EXPRESS 80 and EXPRESS 103 communications satellites into Geostationary Transfer Orbit an a Proton M/Briz M Read more

Russian Rockot vehicle launches third-generation Geodetic satellite GEO-IK-2 3

Launching on 30 August 2019, from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia, a Rockot launch vehicle has carried the GEO-IK-2 3 satellite Read more

BLAGOVEST 4 comms satellite launched for Russia by Proton-M

At 2156 GMT, 5 August 2019, a Russian Proton-M rocket, with Briz-M upper-stage, lifted-off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, carrying Read more

Russia launches Meridian 8 communications satellite to Molniya orbit

At 0556 GMT, on 30 July 2019, the MERIDIAN 8 military communications satellite was launched by a Russian Soyuz 2-1A Read more

Categories

Archives