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ISRO transitions the propulsion module of Chandrayaan-3 to Earth orbit. Satixfy faces market woes. SpaceX’s Starship test 3 gets an FCC license. And more.




The Indian Space Research Organization has announced that it has moved the Propulsion Module of Chandrayaan-3 from an orbit around the Moon to an orbit around Earth. Israeli space company Satixfy is at risk of being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange because its market capitalization fell below $50 million. SpaceX receives communication permissions from the FCC for a third Starship test from December 1st to January 6th 2024, and more.

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Our guests today are Aiga Stokenberga, an Senior Economist in the World Bank's Transport Global Practice and Baptiste Tripard, the Chief Marketing Officer at Alteia as part of our AWS in Orbit Series.

AWS in Orbit is a podcast collaboration between N2K and AWS to offer listeners an in-depth look at the transformative intersection of cloud computing, space technologies, and generative AI. You can learn more about AWS in Orbit at space.n2k.com/aws.

Selected Reading

Returns to home Earth: Chandrayaan-3 Propulsion Module moved from Lunar orbit to Earth's orbit

SatixFy Receives NYSE American Notice of Non-compliance with Continued Listing Standards

Virgin Galactic: Richard Branson won’t invest more money in the space tourism company he founded | CNN Business

SpaceX Starship Test 3 part-licensed | Advanced Television

Spire Global Awarded Space Services Contract by Lacuna Space to Build and Operate Six Satellites for a Dedicated IoT Constellation

Landmark moment for scientists, researchers and businesses as UK association to £80 billion Horizon research programme officially sealed - GOV.UK

UDENE - Urban Development Explorations using Natural Experiments | EU Agency for the Space Programme

Elecnor Deimos

Rwanda and UAE Sign MoU on Civil Space Activities

Space Station Experiments Have Drug Companies Eyeing the Heavens - Bloomberg

Boeing Defense CEO: We’re in progress getting astronauts onboard Starliner

The main source of oxygen in space is through electrolysis, which is made from water

Tiny space junk may reveal itself during collisions - The Register

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