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“Stronger Together”: 2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate Shows Cooperation is Both Key and a Challenge

2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate
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Clean Energy Sets $1.1 Trillion Record That’s Bound to Be Broken
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Last year was a double milestone for decarbonizing the world’s energy system. It was the first year when investment in the energy transition equaled global investment in fossil fuels, according to the latest data release from clean energy research group BloombergNEF. The money flowing into the upstream, midstream and downstream segments of oil and gas, and […]

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American Airlines Sees Profit Above Estimates on Steady Demand
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — American Airlines Group Inc. expects profit this year to exceed estimates following a slow start, as steady demand for air travel keeps an industry recovery going into 2023. Full-year adjusted earnings will be $2.50 to $3.50 a share, the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier said in a statement Thursday that also detailed fourth-quarter results. […]

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Chipotle Seeks to Hire 15,000 Workers Amid Tech Layoffs
January 26, 2023

(Bloomberg) — Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is adding 15,000 jobs across its North American locations — a sign that demand for restaurant food is robust despite high inflation and economic uncertainty. The burrito chain’s hiring push is meant to ensure its more than 3,000 US restaurants are fully staffed for the company’s busiest season, which […]

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“Stronger Together”: 2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate Shows Cooperation is Both Key and a Challenge
December 13, 2022

The future of public and private space use is being defined in real time, as the possibilities for commercialization, further scientific discoveries, and key government projects expand their horizons. A critical part of the next phase of space projects will be deciding how various countries’ projects will seek a helping hand from across national lines, […]

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The European Space Agency Lunar Launch Programs and Service Initiatives to Watch in 2023
December 6, 2022

The European Space Agency is making strides in its efforts to commercialize space, with a focus on sustained exploration. What are they doing to achieve this? According to the ESA, it all starts with service initiatives. A recent panel discussion at the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany revealed that the ESA is growing its […]

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China Is Showing No Signs of Slowing Down Space Exploration
June 15, 2022

Blaine Curcio is the Founder of Orbital Gateway Consulting and a foremost expert on the Chinese space sector. His podcast, Dongfang Hour, provides essential information on the Chinese space program from Chinese sources. Space to Grow’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden recently got the opportunity to chat with Blaine and talk about all things […]

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The Infrastructure Available to the Commercial Space Industry will Impact Affordability of Launches
May 4, 2022

Peter Beck launched Rocket Lab in 2006 in New Zealand. Though his background isn’t traditional, he knew he wanted to build rickets from a young age. He quickly developed international partnerships and expanded with venture capitalists in 2014. Since 2014, the company has doubled in size every year. Today, Rocket Lab has more than a […]

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Getting Technetical: The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch
June 25, 2020

On May 30th, the next chapter of U.S. space exploration began with the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch to the International Space Station. Jason Riggs, Director, Aerospace Business Unit for The Technetics Group, spoke with host Tyler Kern about this momentous event. “This is definitely a new chapter in human space flight,” Biggs said. […]

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Getting Technetical: Why Customers Are Over the Moon with Technetics’ Sealings for Space Products
April 20, 2020

The first space race may already be run, but now is a time of great innovation and growth in the final frontier. Companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin are pushing the boundaries further and further. They’re looking at taking cargo to space, getting tourists out of this world and even, in the case of […]

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Will Solar Power Lead to the Future of Space Exploration?
August 1, 2019

Highlights The Planetary Society launched the second-ever solar sail spacecraft last month, LightSail 2. The unique design could transform deep space exploration as it does not need fuel or expensive rockets. The spacecraft operates using only the power of photons from the Sun. LightSail 2 deploys a sail made from Mylar that unfolds to almost […]

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