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Some of our stories in Space News



Jakob Holgersson 3 min read

πŸš€ Boeing's Starliner capsule docks with International Space Station

Crew Dragon just got some competition.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸŒ’ Researchers successfully grow crops in lunar soil

Researchers at the University of Florida have conducted research that could lead to simplified logistics to lunar colonies and potentially agriculture in harsher regions of the earth.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

β˜€ UK initiative aims to make space-based solar a reality by 2035

Fifty organizations are teaming up to provide cost-effective and reliable renewable energy that takes up little space.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸͺ SpaceX: Humans on Mars before 2030

Elon Musk doesn't seem to be the only one who believes in Mars being attainable this decade.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸ“‘ First airline to offer Starlink on flights

Musk's company will offer faster connections and better coverage to Hawaiian Airlines' passengers.

Jakob Holgersson 3 min read

πŸŒ’ The Lunar Economy is coming

NASA isn't the only one aiming for the moon. They're not even the only Americans with that goal.