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Japan plans unmanned mission to Moon by 2018
Aerospace Technology, 16 hours ago
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is planning to launch an unmanned exploration mission to the Moon by 2018.
Riken-led team to test space debris clearing system at ISS
Aerospace Technology, 16 hours ago
An international team of scientists led by Japan''s Riken institute is planning to trial a telescope and laser system on the International Space Station (ISS) to clear space debris.
Thales Alenia Space completes preliminary design review of Koreasat-7 and Koreasat-5A satellites
Aerospace Technology, 16 hours ago
Thales Alenia Space has completed the preliminary design review (PDR) of the Koreasat-7 and Koreasat-5A satellites.
Nasa''s Messenger spacecraft prepares to crash land on Mercury
Aerospace Technology, 16 hours ago
Nasa''s Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft is preparing to crash land on Mercury once it runs out of propellant.
Nasa selects $118m worth aerospace technology projects in US
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
Nasa has selected $118.1m of aerospace technology and innovation projects from small businesses and research institutions in the US that will support the agency in its future missions into the solar system and beyond.
KSI Data Sciences introduces video and data solution for commercial drones
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
KSI Data Sciences has unveiled MissionCaster video and data for commercial drones and other robotic platforms that can transfer drone data online.
Sierra Nevada and DLR extend partnership for Dream Chaser spacecraft
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
Sierra Nevada (SNC) has extended its partnership with German Aerospace Center (DLR) to explore new technologies for its crewed and uncrewed Dream Chaser spacecraft.
Emirates Airline places ?8.7bn Trent 900 engine order for A380 aircraft
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
Emirates Airline has placed a ?8.7bn order with Rolls-Royce for Trent 900 engines to equip its 50 Airbus A380 aircraft.
GKN Aerospace-led consortium to create additive material for aerospace components
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
A consortium-led by GKN Aerospace is working to formulate titanium powder for use in additive manufacturing (AM) of aerospace components.
Oerlikon Eldim Products and Services Brochure
Aerospace Technology, April 17, 2015
Forward-thinking OEMs develop strong partnerships with trusted suppliers to achieve the competitive advantage critical to their success. Oerlikon Eldim, an Oerlikon Metco Company, is such a supplier.
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