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Airbus’s odd-looking BelugaXL aircraft is one step closer to its maiden flight

Airbus’s huge BelugaXL aircraft will be able to carry large airplane parts from suppliers across Europe to assembly plants in France and Germany, and it’s almost ready for its first test flight. The post Airbus’s odd-looking BelugaXL aircraft is one step closer to its maiden flight appeared first on Digital …

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As UK fires-up private space industry, Space Camp Accelerator launches – TechCrunch

The UK government recently passed the Space Industry Bill, covering the basics like spaceflight licensing, insurance requirements and safety commitments. It didn’t make much of a splash when it was announced, but it’s a huge move for the UK as it laid the regulatory groundwork that will be needed to …

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Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon 9 carrying its first internet demo satellites live here

SpaceX is launching a Falcon 9 with client Hisdesat’s PAZ satellite on board today, provided weather remains favorable and everything else goes according to plan. The satellite, an imaging and radar instrument with a planned lifespan of five and a half years, will serve Spanish government and commercial needs, and …

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