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Galactic cuts.

Virgin Galactic announces layoffs. Firefly signs Fleet Space payload for their 2026 lunar mission. UKSA provides £3.5 million to RFA UK. And more.





Virgin Galactic makes cuts to its workforce. Firefly Aerospace has announced a new agreement with Australia's Fleet Space Technologies to deliver and operate Fleet’s Seismic Payload for Interplanetary Discovery, Exploration, and Research on the far side of the Moon. The UK Space Agency has provided £3.5 million to Rocket Factory Augsburg’s UK subsidiary, RFA UK, as part of the European Space Agency Boost! Program, and more.

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Ronald Birk, Aerospace Corporation's lead on space enterprise evolution.

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Selected Reading

Virgin Galactic Provides Business Update

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off on 80th orbital launch of the year- Spaceflight Now

Firefly Aerospace Announces Agreement with Fleet Space to Deliver Seismic Payload to Far Side of the Moon

Joint Statement on the ROK-U.S. Space Industry Symposium

SpaceRake is awarded approximately $1.8 million by the Space Development Agency to prototype miniaturized satellite optical communication system

U.S. Department of Defense Awards Medium Earth Orbit BPA to SES Space & Defense- SES

UK Space Agency supports RFA UK through BOOST!

In-Space Manufacturing Leader Space Forge Appoints New Director of Strategy and Innovation

Türkiye's 1st spacecraft to travel to moon in 2026

Saturn’s awe-inspiring rings will ‘disappear’ in 2025: Here’s why- The Hill

Letter: City looks to the chan­cel­lor to real­ise space ambi­tion

The European Space Agency may have a bullying problem- Ars Technica

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