DoD procurement of space tech is evolving, but pace of change is slow

By Sndra Erwin, Published by SpaceNews, 8 February 2023 There is “natural latency” in the procurement system that is going to slow down adoption of commercial technologies WASHINGTON — Top leaders of the Defense Department and lawmakers on Capitol Hill have called for greater adoption of commercial space technologies  and

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The atmospheric re-entry of a satellite, such as the ATV-1 satellite shown here, will lead to the majority or even the totality of the satellite’s composition being deposited into various layers of Earth’s atmosphere. The more satellites are launched, and the more frequently they’re de-orbited, the greater the effects of atmospheric pollution will become. (Credit: ESA/NASA)

China’s last launch of 2022 sparks falling rocket debris warning from Philippine Space Agency

By Leonard David, Published by, 30 December 2022 The Philippine Space Agency warned agencies to take "precautionary measures related to expected unburned debris" from the rocket. China's last space launch of 2022, which lifted off on Thursday (Dec. 29), has prompted a warning of falling rocket space debris from

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