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EARTH OBSERVATION

Growing roses on the moon.

China completes a new launchpad. NASA funds studies for the Mars Sample Return program. Redwire to develop ROSA for Thales Alenia satellites. And more.

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Summary

China completes the construction of the first universal launch site for liquid fuel rockets in Wenchang City on the island province of Hainan. NASA is funding 10 new studies to examine more affordable and faster methods of bringing samples from Mars’ surface back to Earth. Redwire Corporation has been selected to develop and deliver Roll-Out Solar Array wings (ROSA) for Thales Alenia Space’s Space Inspire satellites, and more.

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Our guest today is Dr Sharon Lemac-Vincere, Academic at the University Of Strathclyde.

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Selected Reading

China's 1st universal launchpad for liquid fuel rockets completed - CGTN

NASA Exploring Alternative Mars Sample Return Methods

NASA Invites Media to Rollout Event for Artemis II Moon Rocket Stage

NASA Administrator Remembers Apollo Astronaut William Anders

Redwire to Provide Roll-Out Solar Arrays for Thales Alenia Space’s Newest Telecommunications Satellite Product Line- Business Wire

Space ISAC: Cyber Warfare, Space Weather Keep Threat Levels High for Industry - Via Satellite

Virgin Galactic Completes 12th Successful Spaceflight- Business Wire

Norway Shifts Responsibility for Launch Permits to Aviation Authority

Scottish Space Network partners with Sustainable Alpha

Planet Labs PBC Announces Real-Time Insights Technology Using NVIDIA Jetson Platform- Business Wire

Booz Allen Acquires PAR Government Systems Corporation- Business Wire

RTX awarded $677 million US Navy contract for SPY-6 family of radars

Mission Little Prince : A Groundbreaking Collaboration between Interstellar Lab and The Antoine de Saint Exupéry Foundation to Grow Roses on the Moon

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