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China Discovers UFO or SpaceX Space Shuttle
Space

China Discovers UFO or SpaceX Space Shuttle

Chinese people claimed to have seen a UFO over Beijing, but an astronomer says it could have been a SpaceX rocket.

Turkish Astronaut Gezeravcı to Conduct 13 Experiments in Space
Space

Turkish Astronaut Gezeravcı to Conduct 13 Experiments in Space

Turkish Austroanout Alper Gezeravcı will be the first Turkish citizen in space with Ax-3 Mission Launch. He will conduct 13 experiments in space.

Japan Launches a New Intelligence Satellite
Space Sensors

Japan Launches a New Intelligence Satellite

Japan’s intelligence satellite IGS Optical 8, launched on the 12th of January, is intended to monitor North Korea’s military activity.

NASA Delays a Year First Crewed U.S. Moon Landing
Space

NASA Delays a Year First Crewed U.S. Moon Landing

The second and third missions in the space agency’s Artemis programme, which aims to return Americans to the moon, were each about a year delayed.

Japanese iQPS Satellite Startup to Expand Production
Space Sensors

Japanese iQPS Satellite Startup to Expand Production

After trading its shares, iQPS, which specialises in SAR satellites, will expand production capacity with the raised money.

Two New Names at TUSAŞ Vice Presidencies
Air Unmanned Systems Space

Two New Names at TUSAŞ Vice Presidencies

Two positions were replaced by new ones at Turkish Aerospace. One of these missions is closely related to ANKA-3.

U.S. Tests Military Version of Elon Musk’s ‘Starlink’
Communication Space

U.S. Tests Military Version of Elon Musk’s ‘Starlink’

The U.S. Army has announced the successful trial of a military version of Elon Musk’s “Starlink” communications network.

Roketsan Becomes IAF Member
Space

Roketsan Becomes IAF Member

Roketsan became a member of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), with over 500 members from 75 countries.

Pentagon Launches New Website for Anomalies
Space Homeland Security Air

Pentagon Launches New Website for Anomalies

The Pentagon launched the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) website to inform the public of unidentified anomalous phenomena.

Russia Launches the Soyuz 2, aiming Moon’s South Pole
Space

Russia Launches the Soyuz 2, aiming Moon’s South Pole

The Russian space agency Roscosmos has launched its Soyuz-2 FREGAT for the first mission to the Moon since 1976 by sending the Lunar Lander, aka Luna-25.

Roketsan Tested Launching Space Probe
Space

Roketsan Tested Launching Space Probe

Roketsan test-fired a space probe for the first time from İğneada base. The test was kept confidential even though the Navy’s NAVTEX created rumours.

Roketsan Establishes Mini-satellite launch Facility
Space

Roketsan Establishes Mini-satellite launch Facility

Roketsan will establish a facility in Igneada, Kırklareli, to launch mini-satellites into space.

Delta V Carries HRE to Space
Engine and Transmission Space

Delta V Carries HRE to Space

Delta V company sent a rocket from Sinop to space last night. The rocket released its HRE payload at an altitude of 103 km.

Lockheed to Provide MILSATCOM to Australia
Space

Lockheed to Provide MILSATCOM to Australia

Lockheed Martin will provide Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) to Australia to control the Indo-Pacific region.