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Germany's Space Unmanned System "Athena" Flies for the First Time
Air Space Unmanned Systems

Germany's Space Unmanned System "Athena" Flies for the First Time

Bundeswehr's turbojet-powered unmanned space aircraft demonstrator "Athena" completed its initial flight tests in the autumn of 2022.

China Constructs Secret Facility for Military Vessels
Navy / Maritime Space Bilateral Relations Sensors

China Constructs Secret Facility for Military Vessels

Virginia-based geospatial intelligence company BlackSky claimed the construction of a secret naval facility for military vessels on the coast of Cambodia.

USA to Investigate UFOs
Air Space Homeland Security

USA to Investigate UFOs

In the last two weeks, more and more news about unidentified aerial objects has been seen in the Latin and North American continents.

US Space Force Launches First Foreign Command in ROK
Space Bilateral Relations

US Space Force Launches First Foreign Command in ROK

The US military activated its first Space Force Command on foreign soil on 14 December in the Republic of Korea (ROK), with the unit’s new Commander saying he is ready to face any threat in the region.

L3Harris Technologies Acquires Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings
Space Investment

L3Harris Technologies Acquires Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings

Aerojet Rocketdyne and L3Harris Technologies announced the signing of a definitive agreement for L3Harris to acquire Aerojet Rocketdyne for $58.

TUSAŞ Participates IDEAS in Pakistan
Air Space Unmanned Systems Expo and Air Show

TUSAŞ Participates IDEAS in Pakistan

TUSAŞ will participate in the IDEAS Expo and exhibit T129 ATAK, GÖKBEY, ANKA, AKSUNGUR, SMALL-GEO and GÖKTÜRK-Y models.

Deflection of Asteroid’s Path is More than Expected
Space

Deflection of Asteroid’s Path is More than Expected

United States of America-based NASA tried to change the orbit of an asteroid in the last days of September. The results are better than expected.

Saudi Arabia Launches Astronaut Training Program
Space

Saudi Arabia Launches Astronaut Training Program

The Saudi Space Commission (SSC) established the Kingdom's first astronaut program to prepare Saudis for long- and short-term explorations in space.

U.S. Air Force Tests Outer Space Technology At Red Flag 2022
Air Space Simulator / AI / Drill/ Software

U.S. Air Force Tests Outer Space Technology At Red Flag 2022

The 805th Combat Training Squadron (CTS) demonstrated aerospace and cyber technology to personnel in various domains as part of Red Flag Exercise 22-3.

Russia to Quit International Space Station by 2024
Space Bilateral Relations

Russia to Quit International Space Station by 2024

Russia, isolated from the West due to its war in Ukraine, will leave the International Space Station (ISS) by 2024, Yuri Borisov, head of Roscosmos, stated.

Canadian Air Force Forms Space Division
Space

Canadian Air Force Forms Space Division

The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) established the Space Division, called 3 CSD, to support the operations and activities of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).

Boeing's Starliner has completed its second test flight
Space

Boeing's Starliner has completed its second test flight

Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft launched successfully and completed a planned orbital insertion burn to send it to the International Space Station (ISS) for its second test flight.

Turkey Carrying Its Power in Space to Washington
Space

Turkey Carrying Its Power in Space to Washington

This year, Turkish Aerospace (TUSAŞ), together with Türksat and Profen companies, will participate in the world's largest satellite fair, Satellite 2022, held in Washington D.C., the capital of the USA. TUSAŞ will showcase its New Generation Electrical Communication Satellite, TÜRKSAT 6A and GÖKTÜRK Renewal satellite projects.

China's Shijian-21, spacecraft, pulled a defunct satellite well above graveyard orbit
Space

China's Shijian-21, spacecraft, pulled a defunct satellite well above graveyard orbit

China's Shijian-21 space debris mitigation spacecraft displayed a capacity that only the US has so far practised. It docked a dead Chinese spacecraft to shift its geostationary orbit.