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Avoiding a collision course over space privilege

The core module of the China Space Station (CSS) was launched into space in April 2021. In July and October 2021, two SpaceX Starlink satellites suddenly dropped from a low earth orbit of 500km and 555km, respectively, into the CSS’s path.…

3 astronauts return safely from space

Three astronauts completed a safe return to Earth after spending six months working at the International Space Station (ISS), NASA reported on Saturday. American astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey…

Hundreds book tickets for voyage into space

WASHINGTON Hundreds of people have booked tickets for a special private voyage to space, beginning their training for a few minutes — or perhaps days — in the weightlessness among stars. The mainly wealthy first-time space travellers…

China launched four satellites in two days

Washington While the world was occupied with NASA and Space X launching first manned orbital spaceflight from the US, China made space strides of its own with two successful rocket flights back to back. According to Space.com. China…

NASA mission finds its first exoplanet

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced Tuesday that its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission uncovered its first exoplanet with two stars. “Our @NASAExoplanets mission @NASA_TESS has found…