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Soyuz rocket carrying humanoid robot fails to dock with ISS
The Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft carrying the Russian humanoid robot 'Skybot F-850' has failed to dock with the International Space Station (ISS).
China state agency successfully launches rocket for commercial use: CCTV
A Chinese government space agency successfully launched on Saturday its first rocket meant for commercial use, state television CCTV reported, as firms in the country compete to join a commercial satellite boom.
Israel strikes Gaza targets
The Israel military on Saturday launched airstrikes and fired tank mortals on the Gaza Strip after dozens of rockets were fired at Israel from the blockaded enclave.
Elon Musk Russia’s rocket engineering, engines 'excellent'
Elon Musk, the CEO of US private aerospace manufacturer SpaceX, called Russia’s rocket engineering ‘excellent’ and said the country’s rocket engines are the best currently flying, also suggesting that the reusable version of Russia's Angara rocket would be ‘great’.
German engineers successfully produce and test 3d-printed rocket engine
The new method will allow the weight and production cost of a rocket to be reduced, while increasing payload and implementing more sophisticated cooling systems.
SpaceX rocket with unmanned US capsule blasts off for space station
SpaceX’s 16-foot-tall (4.9-meter) Crew Dragon capsule, atop a Falcon 9 rocket, lifted off from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center at 2:49 a.m. (0749 GMT), carrying a test dummy nicknamed Ripley.
Virgin Galactic’s Rocket reaches space again in test flight
Virgin Galactic’s rocket plane reached space for a second time in a test flight over California on Friday, climbing higher and faster than before while also carrying a crewmember to evaluate the long-awaited passenger experience.
Russia's new heavy-lift rocket has critical defect
Scientists have discovered a defect in the engines of Russia’s new flagship heavy-lift space rocket that could destroy it in flight, an apparent setback to a project President Vladimir Putin has said is vital for national security.
Musk’s rocket company to cut 10% of workforce
Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX will reduce its workforce by about 10 percent of the company’s more than 6,000 employees, it said on Friday.
New Zealand's Rocket Lab shoots 13 tiny cube satellites into orbit
Rocket Lab, a rocket propulsion company backed by investors in Silicon Valley, launched a batch of 13 tiny probes from New Zealand to study space.
Reused rocket takes off carrying 64 satellites
A SpaceX rocket carrying 64 small satellites lifted off from California, the US, on Monday, marking the first time the same Falcon 9 rocket has been used in three space missions.
South Korea successfully tests space rocket engine
South Korea on Wednesday successfully conducted a rocket engine test launch, officials said, paving the way for the development of its own space launch vehicle.
Israel, Palestinians battle in worst Gaza aerial clashes since 2014
The Israel military carried out more strikes on the Gaza Strip on Tuesday as Palestinians kept up rocket attacks on Israel in the most serious exchanges of aerial fire since a 2014 war.
Rocket-maker ArianeGroup to cut 2,300 jobs
European aerospace and defense firm ArianeGroup is to cut 2,300 jobs by 2022 as orders tumble and development of a new rocket nears its end, management said on Monday.
Rocket Lab’s modest launch giant leap for small rocket business
A small rocket from a little-known company lifted off Sunday from the east coast of New Zealand, carrying a clutch of tiny satellites. That modest event — the first commercial launch by a US-New Zealand company known as Rocket Lab — could mark the beginning of a new era in the space business, where countless small rockets pop off from spaceports around the world.

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