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Russia-China Hack-Proof Quantum Communication Link

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Quantum communication is a secure way to transfer information, resistant to eavesdropping by hackers. The encrypted data is transferred as ones and zeros along...
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JAXA Repurposes Spacecraft to Protect Earth from Small Asteroids

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Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is to begin testing new technology capable of altering the course of small and fast asteroids and hopefully prevent...

The US’s New Hypersonic Missile Tracking Satellites

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L3Harris will provide the Space Development Agency (SDA) with 16 satellites to detect, monitor, and track hypersonic missiles aimed at the US and its...
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The Pentagon’s Network of Space Sensors Might Not Work

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The Pentagon plans to create a multi-layer system of sensors for tracking hypersonic missiles, but a new report released by the CSIS calls out...
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Wireless ‘Energy Webs’ Will Charge Airborne Platforms

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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) signed a contract with Raytheon to create an airborne "wireless internet for energy" called the Persistent Optical Wireless...
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Japan Space Agency Suffers Cyberattack, Raising Concerns for the Country’s Defenses

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Japan's space agency was reportedly penetrated by a cyberattack by unknown entities, but according to officials, no sensitive information about rockets or satellites was...
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GalaxySpace Reveals Satellite with Unfolding Solar Panels

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After China’s GalaxySpace developed the country’s first low-Earth orbit constellation that challenged SpaceX's Starlink, the company recently developed a new type of plate-shaped satellite...
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Scientific Breakthrough Creates Supercharged Lasers

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Scientists from the UK and South Korea have discovered a way to create laser pulses that are 1,000 times stronger than what is currently...
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New ‘Detumbler’ Halts Satellite Tumbling in Space

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Space startup ‘Airbus’ launched a device that is designed to address space debris in Earth's orbit in early November as part of SpaceX's Transporter-9...

Insanely Fast 3D Printed Drone Set to Launch into Orbit

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Reaching the stars has never been this speedy- Rocket Lab USA, Inc., a global launch services and space systems provider, is making moves about...
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Amazon Designs Thrusters to Protect its Satellites from Space Debris

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Amazon designs custom satellite thrusters that will enable more effective maneuvering to avoid space debris, as well as increase the sustainability of Amazon’s satellite...
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Wearable Devices Prevent Astronauts from Getting Lost in Space

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Spatial disorientation poses a great danger to astronauts and leads to them getting lost in space, but scientists have found that wearable devices that...
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European Space Agency Will Use AI to Tackle Space Dangers

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The European Space Agency (ESA) announced that it will use artificial intelligence to reduce space garbage and protect infrastructure from space-based threats like space...
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Satellite Assembling Robots Inspired by the Human Arm

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A team of researchers from the Beijing Institute of Technology developed a new method to control robots that can assemble satellites in space. Their...
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Solar Farms in Space- the Future of Sustainable Energy

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New research by the Universities of Surrey and Swansea states the possibility of producing low-cost, lightweight solar panels that can generate energy in space. The...
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New Secure Communication System Inspired by the Stars

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In order to improve communication security and effectiveness, a new collaboration has been formed between Edith Cowan University (ECU), observation data provider QL Space,...
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Liquid Metal Fabric Will Protect Astronauts from Lunar Dust

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NASA is again turning to lunar exploration after over five decades, and the Artemis mission signifies a substantial leap in revolutionary technology fueling space...
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Astronomers Warn of Bright Satellites Obscuring the Stars

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Scientists from the International Astronomical Union (IAU) announced that one of the brightest objects in the night sky is BlueWalker 3, the world's largest...
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10 Gbps Space-to-Ground Laser Data Transfer Achieved by China’s Satellite

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CGST is a Chinese satellite constellation company, and it has successfully sent high-speed data by laser from space to the ground. The company used one...
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Estonia Calls for Increased Space Cybersecurity

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The global space industry, currently valued at around $350 billion, could be worth as much as one trillion dollars by 2040, and with so...
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Magnetic Fusion Plasma Engines and Outer Space

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Current technologies are not capable of leaving our solar system since they cannot support this type of travel. However, there is one developing technology...
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SpaceX Joins Space Laser Satellite Communication

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Space-based internet services have reached another milestone with the launch of two new mini V2 SpaceX satellites that can communicate via lasers. SpaceX revolutionized space-based...

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