Infrastructure

Space infrastructure, like its terrestrial counterpart, is an invisible backbone for services used by people all over the world. Like terrestrial infrastructure, space infrastructure is increasingly relied upon for convenience, services, and national security/defense. If there was an emerging trend, it is that space infrastructure is increasingly stressed while benefiting from the sources of that stress: commercially driven services and technologies.

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Axiom-3 Private Mission Brings New Nation, Science to the ISS

The Axiom-3 private mission launched to the International Space Station…

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Facing Safety, Budget Concerns, NASA Delays Artemis Moon Missions

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With Maiden Flight, ULA’s Vulcan Joins 2024’s Stampede to Space

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Launch Log, 2024

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Second Starship Test Flies Higher Before Failure

With 33 Raptor engines belching flame, SpaceX's Starship demonstrated the…

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ESA’s Euclid Telescope Reveals First Images of the Stars

The European Space Agency released an initial batch of full-color…

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SNAPSHOT: Human Spaceflight

From the early days of the space race, sending humans…

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India’s Lunar Landing Highlights Renewed Race to Moon

When Chandrayaan-3 touched down on the lunar south pole, India…

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New Race to the Moon Geostrategic Issues Dwarf Former US-Soviet Rivalry

Until December 2013, when China’s Yutu rover rolled onto the…

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