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27 Nov 2022, 11:52

Nano-satellites built by startups augurs well for private sector's future endeavours: IN-SPACe

Nano-satellites built by startups augurs well for private sector's future endeavours: IN-SPACe

Nano-satellites built by startups augurs well for private sector's future endeavours: IN-SPACe

The three nano-satellites developed by startups which were successfully placed into orbits during Saturday's PSLV C54/EOS-06 mission would have ...

Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin insists its passengers eat breakfast but avoid coffee and orange juice before they blast into space
Kate Duffy
26 Nov 2022, 15:23

Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin insists its passengers eat breakfast but avoid coffee and orange juice before they blast into space

Blue Origin advised passengers to avoid drinking coffee and orange juice due to the acidity, two astronauts said.

A Paralympic athlete might become the world's first disabled astronaut
Stephanie Stacey
24 Nov 2022, 21:24

A Paralympic athlete might become the world's first disabled astronaut

John McFall, a 41-year-old British doctor, is one of the European Space Agency's first batch of trainee astronauts in 13 years.