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Past articles by Loren:

SpaceX is getting along fine with Elon Musk focused on Twitter

One of the world’s most valuable private companies is benefiting from a less active CEO → Read More

Virgin Orbit rocket launch failure dents UK space plans

Virgin Orbit rocket launch failure dents UK space plans, sees its stock plunge as much as 27%, and raises questions about its ability to hasten the pace of launches. → Read More

The James Webb Space Telescope, a Window Into the Past

In July, NASA released the first images from the telescope, revealing nebulae and galaxies in unprecedented detail, including the deepest and sharpest infrared picture ever taken of the universe. → Read More

Billionaire picks K-Pop star, YouTuber for SpaceX moon trip

Yusaku Maezawa, founder of online fashion portal Zozo, is no stranger to the limelight → Read More

Dennis Tito and wife to fly around the moon on new SpaceX rocket

The couple paid an undisclosed amount to fly around the moon on Starship once the vehicle is complete → Read More

Nasa’s asteroid mission makes Earth a safer place

Spacecraft rams distant asteroid to test deflection technique → Read More

NASA’s Artemis I Launch Attempt Scrubbed for Second Time in Week

NASA called off Saturday’s launch attempt for the much-anticipated mission to send a rocket around the moon, marking the second time within a week that engineers decided to scrub the flight due to mechanical issues. → Read More

Nasa, the moon rocket and the waiting game

Engineers learning how to work with still-untested new rocket system → Read More

NASA Scrubs First Test Flight of Moon Rocket After Engine Fault

NASA delayed the debut launch of its new massive rocket due to an issue with one of its engines, dealing a temporary blow to the space agency’s plan to return to the lunar surface. → Read More

It’s time for another round of anxiety over a Chinese rocket booster falling back to Earth

Another uncontrollable Chinese rocket booster will fall to Earth sometime around July 30th, and it’s so massive that parts of it may survive reentry. → Read More

Russia reportedly tells NASA it’s staying with the International Space Station until at least 2028

Russia has told NASA that it is sticking with the International Space Station partnership until at least 2028 despite saying it had made the decision to leave after 2024. → Read More

SpaceX says Dish’s 5G plan would be ‘detrimental’ to millions of Starlink users

SpaceX is continuing its battle against Dish and RS Access, stressing that if the 12GHz band is opened up to 5G, it could be “detrimental” for potentially millions of Starlink users. → Read More

Russia says it plans to withdraw from the International Space Station after 2024

On July 26th, Russia announced its intention to withdraw from the International Space Station partnership after 2024, though it’s unclear when that will happen and how the country has communicated that information to NASA. → Read More

Hunting for asteroids at twilight is turning up space rocks we normally wouldn’t see

In a new article in Science, an astronomer details a new method for searching for asteroids at twilight, a difficult process that is revealing more space rocks in the inner Solar System. → Read More

SpaceX just broke its annual launch record — and it’s only July

The company set an internal goal of reaching 52 missions this year. → Read More

Watch a European astronaut and Russian cosmonaut embark on a spacewalk

On July 21st, a rare spacewalk conducted by a Russian cosmonaut and Italian astronaut will take place on the outside of the International Space Station amid increased tensions between Russia and Europe on Earth. → Read More

NASA sets tentative launch dates for debut of its massive new rocket

NASA has set tentative launch dates for the debut of its massive new rocket, the Space Launch System, with placeholders on August 29th, September 2nd, and September 5th. → Read More

Most Americans think NASA’s $10 billion space telescope is a good investment, poll finds

A new YouGov poll found that 70 percent of Americans have favorable opinions of NASA, and most think that the agency’s nearly $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope was a good investment. → Read More

NASA delays launch of rover designed to search and drill for water on the Moon

NASA has pushed back the expected launch date of its VIPER rover — designed to hunt for water on the Moon — to November of 2024 in order to allow for more testing of the Astrobotic lunar lander. → Read More

Jupiter photos from NASA’s new space telescope are teaser of Solar System images to come

On July 14th, NASA released even more images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope — this time of Jupiter and its moons, as well as an asteroid — used as guides when calibrating the observatory’s instruments. → Read More