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1 NASA Awards SpaceX Second Contract Option for Artemis Moon Landing
2 Twitter chaos deepens as key executives quit
3 Biden says Musk's foreign ties 'worthy' of scrutiny
4 Anatomy of the week the Musk tornado hit Twitter
5 At Web Summit, 'Bored Apes' emerge from swamp but remain murky
6 Binance boss hints at crypto future for Twitter
7 Google wants AI in one thousand languages
8 Hong Kong to explore legalising crypto for retail investors
9 EU warns Musk Twitter must abide by 'rules'
10 Spice innovation for Earth with the SeRANIS mission
11 Virgin Australia selects Intelsat for Inflight Wi-Fi
12 Texas sues Google over biometric recognition features
13 Kanye West agrees to buy social network Parler
14 India's Infosys plans $1 billion buyback on strong profits
15 Learning on the edge
16 US Supreme Court to hear cases challenging tech firm immunity
17 Philippines to deport 40,000 Chinese workers in online gaming crackdown
18 Indonesia investigating Google over app store payment system
19 TikTok search results rife with misinformation: report
20 Google, Meta face record fines in South Korea over privacy violations
21 Artemis I captures new images of Earth, the moon and Orion spacecraft
22 Why go back to the Moon
23 NASA laser reflector for ESA satnav on Lunar Pathfinder
24 NASA orders three more Orion spacecraft from Lockheed Martin
25 Apollo 9 astronaut James McDivitt dies at 93
26 The distance to the Moon and the length of the day 2.46 billion years ago
27 CAPSTONE reports 'Initial Recovery Successful' for lunar orbiter
28 Wanted: firms to connect and guide Moon missions
29 Giant impact could have formed the Moon more rapidly, scientists reveal in new simulations
30 Looking to Artemis I for a return to the moon
31 Shenzhou XIV taikonauts perform third spacewalk
32 China's cargo spacecraft sets new world record
33 Next-generation rocket for astronauts expected in 2027
34 China completes in-orbit maneuver to complete Tiangong space station assembly
35 China's Mengtian lab module docks with space station combination
36 China's 'Palace in the sky' space station complete after successful launch
37 Final module docks at China's Tiangong space station
38 China's 'space dream': A Long March to the Moon and beyond
39 China launches third and final module for Tiangong space station: state TV
40 China launches experimental satellite into space
41 Thermal control designs keep astronauts cool on space station
42 China to invest in major space programs
43 China's deep space exploration laboratory recruits young talents
44 Morpheus partners with Kayhan for first All-In-One Collision Avoidance System
45 D-Orbit signs Framework Agreement with NPC Spacemind
46 Chinese rocket re-enters Earth atmosphere uncontrolled over the Pacific Ocean
47 SpiderOak wins contract with DoD to demonstrate OrbitSecure Zero-Trust Protocol On-Orbit
48 18 SDS, France's COSMOS integrate SDA knowledge during 'Operator Exchange'
49 PickNik Robotics wins Space Force contract for on-orbit capture
50 International Space Station maneuvers to avoid debris
51 US Space Command to Transfer Space Object Tracking to Department of Commerce
52 D-Orbit announces launch contract with Elecnor Deimos for ALISIO-1
53 Climate change to increase lifetime of space pollution
54 Antenna to link up CubeSat chains
55 Spire Global unveils next-generation 16U satellite bus
56 Kanyini CubeSat coming together in Adelaide
57 Zimbabwe launches first nano-satellite
58 Sweden's MATS satellite set to Launch Carrying AAC Clyde Space Solutions
59 DARPA awards Spire Global contract to design satellite
60 Mini-radar for asteroid CubeSat
61 Ascent satellite marks end of mission objectives
62 Ad-block this: Advertisers ready to hit you with commercials from space
63 NASA's Artemis I cameras to offer new views of Orion, Earth, Moon
64 L3Harris infrared weather forecasting technology launches on NOAA satellite
65 Satellogic completes investment in Officina Stellare
66 PCX Aerosystems acquires Timken Aerospace Drive Systems
67 NASA inflatable heat shield finds strength in flexibility
68 NASA awards contracts to assess near-space communications capabilities
69 Galactic Energy carries out fourth successful launch
70 LunIR joins CAPSTONE as 2nd Terran built Lunar satellite to launch this year
71 LunaTwins on board Artemis I and on route to the Moon
72 Rocket Lab-launched CAPSTONE enters Lunar orbit
73 To orbit and back with Space Rider
74 Television crew finds remnants of Challenger in Atlantic Ocean
75 Piece of Challenger space shuttle found off Florida coast
76 Splashdown is Just the Start for NASA Heat Shield Recovery Team
77 Gilmour Space completes final qualification test of Sirius rocket engine
78 China's mightiest liquid-propellant rocket engine passes key test
79 Rocket Lab opens Archimedes Engine Test Stand at Stennis Space Center
80 NASA rolls Artemis I mission rocket back to launch pad ahead of November 14 launch
81 NASA rolls Moon rocket out to Kennedy Space Center launch pad
82 Arianegroup to develop Phoebus for ESA to demonstrate future Ariane 6 Carbon Upper Stage
83 Rocket Lab set to attempt next mid-air helicopter rocket catch
84 SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket for first time in three years
85 UCF researcher receives NASA award to develop revolutionary rocket engine technology
86 Gilmour Space partners with Equipmake on advanced motors for rocket program
87 China completes test of vacuum liquid oxygen-methane rocket engine
88 AFRL upgrades rocket fabrication capabilities
89 NGC delivers first GEM 63XL solid rocket boosters to support Vulcan first flight
90 Relativity Space to operate major rocket engine test facilities at NASA
91 Orbex secures 40 million pounds in Series C Funding round
92 Rocket Factory Augsburg to use test infrastructure at DLR Lampoldshausen
93 Liftoff! NASA launches mega Moon rocket, ushering new era of exploration
94 Benchmark Space Systems expands global production to meet rising propulsion system demand
95 Try, Try Again: Sols 3655-3656
96 Gediz Vallis Ridge Rising: Sols 3650-3652
97 Losing the Rhythm--Sols 3648-3649
98 Martian Sausages: Sols 3641-3642
99 Can't Touch this: Sol 3640
100 Let the Detour Begin--To Gediz Vallis Ridge We Go: Sols 3637-3638
101 Lumpy Bumpy: Sols 3635-3636
102 Trying to Avoid Nodules: Sols 3633-3634
103 Driving on the Sidewalk, MARDI-Style: Sols 3630-3632
104 Curiosity reaches long-awaited salty region on Martian mountainside
105 New Site, New Sights, New Science: Sols 3628-3629
106 Packing up at the Canaima drill site: Sols 3626-3627
107 Space exploration goes underground
108 Earth's oldest stromatolites and the search for life on Mars
109 Scientists choose first Mars samples worthy of return to Earth
110 Considerations for microbial survivability of ionizing radiation on Mars for sample returns