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    The Russia-Ukraine war is the most significant space-related development since 2022, given the wide-ranging use of space-based assets by both the warring sides.
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    STAR WARS! Russia-Ukraine Conflict Is World’s 1st Commercial Space War As Moscow’s EW Tries To Cripple Ukraine

    The Russia-Ukraine war is the most significant space-related development since 2022, given the wide-ranging use of space-based assets by both the warring sides.

    US ‘Swarm Of Satellites’ Can Exhaust Russian, Chinese ASAT Missiles; Help To Track Hypersonic Weapons

    The US aims to overwhelm Russian and Chinese anti-satellite weapons with the Space Development Agency’s (SDA) 500 communications, data transfer, and missile tracking satellites.

    Ukraine Attempts To ‘Hack’ Russian Satellites With Help From ‘Foreign Countries’

    The Russian foreign minister has alleged that Ukraine is attempting to interfere with Russian communication satellites with the help of foreign experts.

    Russia Partners India To Develop A ‘Marsoplane’; Aim To Explore The Red Planet With Fixed Wing Robotic Craft

    Russian and Indian scientists are developing a Marsoplane to investigate the Red Planet, with hopes to test a technology demonstrator by the end of 2024.

    ‘Keep Out, This Is Our Territory’: China Could Gobble Moon As It Is Doing With South China Sea – NASA Boss

    The US National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) is worried that China’s rising lunar ambitions might lead it to “take over” and claim large portions as it did in the South China Sea (SCS).

    Startups are Powering India’s Space Odyssey 2.0

    India's share in the $440 billion global space market is just 2% compared to the US's 30%, China's $14bn and Russia's $1bn.

    Indian scientists make first-of-its-kind discovery on Mars

    Scientists have reported the first evidence of the presence of solitary waves or distinct electric field fluctuations in the Martian magnetosphere.

    DRDO Developing a Space Borne Imaging Radar Unfurlable Reflector Antenna

    DRDO is developing a space borne imaging radar for military application, this radar is an Unfurlable Reflector Antenna. The design is scalable & can develop into any size or shape.

    First British-based space launch of military satellites fails

    Virgin Orbit officials said Jan. 10 that an anomaly had occurred during the firing of the rocket's second stage engine. The air-launched rocket, called LauncherOne, had earlier been dropped from under the wing of a Boeing 747 jet at Spaceport Cornwall.

    Validation of India’s First Revolutionary AeroSpike Engine carried out 

    Spacefields Private Limited revealed India first AeroSpike Engine and confirmed that it carried out Cold flow testing at Propulsion facility in Aerospace department, IISc in Bangalore to validate shock wave profiles and structural integrity of the propulsion system.

    Happy to built satellites that can monitor Methane emissions : ISRO

    Somanath claimed that ISRO already has technology to monitor methane emissions, which was used on the Mars orbiter launched in 2013, but that there are no plans to develop one for earth-based satellites.

    Chandrayaan-3, India’s third lunar mission, is almost ready for launch in June-July: Chairman of ISRO

    Dr.S.Somanath, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), stated that India’s third lunar mission, Chandrayaan-3, is nearly complete, with the satellite fully integrated and ruggedisation tests completed.

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