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Boeing and NASA delay Starliner launch due to unexpected valve problem | Engadget

Boeing will have to wait yet again to prove the worth of its Starliner spacecraft. The company and NASA had…

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Boeing scrubs launch of Starliner crew capsule to space station

The launch of Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule on an unpiloted test flight to the International Space Station was scrubbed Tuesday…

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Russia’s Latest Space Station Incident Points to Larger Issues

Last Thursday the big new Russian space station module, Nauka, finally docked with the International Space Station after several technical…

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Sunny-Day Flooding Is About to Become More Than a Nuisance

During the summer of 2017, the tide rose to historic heights again and again in Honolulu, higher than at any…

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Hitting the Books: Buck Rogers flew so that NASA astronauts could spacewalk | Engadget

You’ve all seen the iconic picture of the US astronaut riding gracefully upon his NASA-built MODOK chair. That astronaut was…

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Government denies Bezos’ protest of NASA awarding lunar lander contract to Musk’s SpaceX

Jeff Bezos, owner of Blue Origin, introduces a new lunar landing module called Blue Moon during an event at the…

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Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin rebuffed by US watchdog in dispute over Nasa contract

Space industry updates Sign up to myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about Space industry news. A…

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US watchdog rejects Blue Origin’s protest of NASA lunar lander contract | Engadget

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has dismissed protests from Blue Origin and defense contractor Dynetics over NASA’s decision to…

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NASA and Boeing delay Starliner ISS launch | Engadget

The Boeing Starliner’s trip to the International Space Station has hit another hurdle. The craft was scheduled for a second…

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Russian module knocks International Space Station out of position

A Russian module knocked the International Space Station out of position briefly on Thursday, after it accidentally fired its thrusters.…

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