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Turkiye’s Indigenous Satellite Türksat 6A is in Orbit
Space Communication

Turkiye’s Indigenous Satellite Türksat 6A is in Orbit

Turkiye launched its first domestically produced telecommunications satellite, Türksat 6A. A move that secures Turkiye’s rights in space.

China Tests VTVL Space Craft
Space

China Tests VTVL Space Craft

Chinese State-owned space company demonstrated a 10-km level VTVL test with a 3.8m diameter test vehicle.

Chinese Spacecraft Drops Unidentified Object Into Space
Space

Chinese Spacecraft Drops Unidentified Object Into Space

The United States claims that a Chinese spacecraft in orbit has dropped a secret object into space. China remains silent.

Astronaut Atasever Performs Suborbital Research Flight
Space

Astronaut Atasever Performs Suborbital Research Flight

Turkiye's second astronaut, Tuva Cihangir Atasever's suborbital research flight, has been completed.

Kosmos 2576: U.S. Suspects Russian ‘Inspector Satellite’
Space

Kosmos 2576: U.S. Suspects Russian ‘Inspector Satellite’

U.S. officials are concerned about Russia’s Kosmos 2576 being an Inspector Satellite and having anti-satellite capabilities.

Turkish Air Force Attends NATO’s Space Symposium
Space

Turkish Air Force Attends NATO’s Space Symposium

Turkish Air Force attended the first NATO Space Symposium, which was held under the NATO Allied Command Transformation in Toulouse, France.

Turkiye to Join the Lunar Research Station Programme ILRS
Space

Turkiye to Join the Lunar Research Station Programme ILRS

Russia revealed that Turkiye had registered to participate in the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS), which China and Russia are launching jointly.

SDT Receives Order Worth Approximately € 2 Million
Space Communication

SDT Receives Order Worth Approximately € 2 Million

SDT Space and Defence Technologies received an order worth € 1 million 666 thousand 179 for satellite ground station systems.

Japan’s Space One Rocket Explodes Seconds After Take-Off
Space

Japan’s Space One Rocket Explodes Seconds After Take-Off

Japan’s Space One’s privately built solid-fuel rocket, Kairos, exploded seconds after take-off.

Turkish Experiment for Microalges In Space Gives Results
Space

Turkish Experiment for Microalges In Space Gives Results

The results of the UzMAn experiment covering the behaviour of microalgae in zero-gravity conditions have been gathered.

Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus Spacecraft Lands on the Moon
Space

Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus Spacecraft Lands on the Moon

NASA has landed a spacecraft on the Moon for the first time since 1972; the spacecraft contains scientific payloads.

The Russian Threat is an Anti-Satellite Capacity
Space E/W

The Russian Threat is an Anti-Satellite Capacity

U.S. politicians state that the “national security threat” concerns Russian anti-satellite capacity that may cut U.S. communication lines.

Kremlin Dismisses U.S. Concerns About Nuclear Capability in Space
Space Homeland Security

Kremlin Dismisses U.S. Concerns About Nuclear Capability in Space

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov dismissed a warning by the U.S. about new Russian nuclear capabilities in space on Thursday.

İkinci: Roketsan Invests in Serial Production
Space Expo and Air Show Weapon / Missile Investment

İkinci: Roketsan Invests in Serial Production

Roketsan General Manager Murat İkinci stated that serial production contracts are coming gradually, and serial production has already started.