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Itâ€™s not much bigger than a softball and weighs just 2 pounds, but the â€œpico satelliteâ€ being designed and built in a University of Florida aerospace engineering laboratory may hold a key to a future of easy access to outer space â€” one where sending satellites into orbit is as routine and inexpensive as shipping goods around the world.
By MARK SMITH DEPUTY BUSINESS EDITOR CLYDE Space, Scotland's only space industry business, has struck a GBP150,000 deal to supply two flight model power systems to Turkey's fledgling satellite programme.
Chinese Vice Premier hails launching of disaster-monitoring satellites BEIJING, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu on Saturday sent a congratulatory letter to the team that put two small disaster-monitoring satellites into orbit.
Canada is building the world's first space telescope designed to detect and track asteroids as well as satellites.
Goddardâ€™s Space Technology 5 (ST5) Project/Code 495 is building and testing that miniaturization concept with three small satellites.
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