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Pentagon Takes Precaution Against UFOs
Space Defence Politics

Pentagon Takes Precaution Against UFOs

The Pentagon formed a new unit to investigate, facing mounting worries about mystery objects in the sky, particularly above military sites and training ranges.

Sierra Space Receives a $1.4 billion İnvestment
Space Investment

Sierra Space Receives a $1.4 billion İnvestment

Sierra Space has secured a $1.4 billion Series B loan. A capital raising marks the world's largest aerospace and defence capital raise in 2021.

The Cost of Going to Space Has Been Determined
Space

The Cost of Going to Space Has Been Determined

Serdar Yıldırım, President of the Turkish Space Agency (TUA) disclosed the details of the budget debate in Turkey’s Grand National Assembly.

Turkey and Japan to Cooperate in Space
Space Bilateral Relations Expo and Air Show

Turkey and Japan to Cooperate in Space

Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Turkish Space Agency (TUA) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

TUA Became IAF Member
Space Expo and Air Show

TUA Became IAF Member

The Turkish Space Agency represented Turkey in the International Astronautical Federation Congress. It is accepted as a member of the Federation.

Turkish Space Agency Strategy Paper Published: Space Has the Priority, Problems Must Be Solved
Space

Turkish Space Agency Strategy Paper Published: Space Has the Priority, Problems Must Be Solved

Turkish Space Agency (Türkiye Uzay Ajans/TUA) published its first strategy document today. The report evaluates the Agency’s strengths and weaknesses and highlights the goals.

Bangladesh to Launch a new Satellite into space by 2023
Space

Bangladesh to Launch a new Satellite into space by 2023

Bangladesh Satellite Company Ltd (BSCL) intends to launch Bangabandhu Satellite-2 by 2023 under a G2G agreement with Russia.

NASA’s Unmanned Aircraft Destroyed at Research Test Flight
Air Space Unmanned Systems

NASA’s Unmanned Aircraft Destroyed at Research Test Flight

NASA’s X-56B remotely piloted aircraft experienced an incident shortly after take-off from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Centre in Edwards, California.

Tüfekçi is Havelsan’s new Chairman of the Board
Space E/W Country

Tüfekçi is Havelsan’s new Chairman of the Board

Dr Celal Sami Tüfekçi, Vice President of Defence industries, became the Havelsan Chairman of the Board.

Demir: We Have Rockets to Reach Space
Space

Demir: We Have Rockets to Reach Space

SSB President Demir said, “Roketsan has reached space with solid-fuel rocket engines. We reach an altitude of more than 150 kilometres.”

CTech begins exporting space products
Space

CTech begins exporting space products

Turkish firm CTech has exported its first satellite product to Thales Alenia Space, the joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%).

Turkey to Establish a Company for Satelite
Space

Turkey to Establish a Company for Satelite

The 1st Space Economics, Space Law and Space Sciences Symposium is organised at Istanbul University Faculty of Economics.

Egypt to Launch Four Satellites for Scientific Research by 2022
Space

Egypt to Launch Four Satellites for Scientific Research by 2022

CEO of the Egyptian Space Agency (EGSA) Mohamed El-Qossy recently announced that Egypt would launch four CubeSat satellites next year.

Chinese Rover Landed on Mars
Space

Chinese Rover Landed on Mars

The Chinese rover Zhurong landed on Mars, making the country second behind the U.S. in reaching Mars. The UAE has also sent a spaceship to Mars.