Zac Hall and Seth Kurkowski unpack major space events of the week. SpaceX conducted its first high-altitude test flight with Starship, NASA named the initial cadre of astronauts who could go to the Moon, and much more.
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Zac Hall @apollozac
Seth Kurkowski @SethKurk
- SpaceX CRS-21 mission
- SpaceX Starship SN8
- SLS core stage wet dress rehearsal paused for ‘days’ to adjust propellant loading procedure
- Spy satellite no longer stuck on Earth? ULA sets new date for Delta IV Heavy and NROL-44 mission [U]
- NASA names initial group of 18 astronauts for upcoming Artemis lunar missions
- SpaceX has been awarded $885 million for Starlink in Rural Digital Opportunity Fund
- Boeing targeting March 29 for Starliner’s second uncrewed test flight
- Jim Bridenstine on Chuck Yaeger’s passing: NASA owes much to his brilliant contributions
- Former Israeli space security chief claims that aliens exist and are in hiding
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