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China’s space race: Careless military whispers

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The space debris generated by China’s Long March 5B re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere on 8 May 2021 is actually far from being the only...

Key opportunities exist for South Africa in the space sector

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The South African space sector holds a number of opportunities for local companies, notably small satellite design, manufacture and launch and payload development. This is...

China to develop space rockets to launch from planes

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China will develop rockets that can be launched into space from aircraft, a senior official told the state-run China Daily newspaper, as...

India launches record 104 satellites at one go

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India successfully launched 104 satellites in a single mission on Wednesday, setting what its space agency says is a world record of...

Space payload market worth $245 billion through 2035

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The global space payloads market will be worth $245 billion through 2035 and will involve 5 095 space payloads, according to a...

Government and military satellite communications market to grow from US$4.0 to...

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The global government and military satellite market will nearly double in the next decade as demand increases. However, the industry will need...

Expendable launch vehicle markets worth US$53 billion over next decade

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The global expendable launch vehicles market will be worth US$53 billion between now and 2020 and will cover 693 launch vehicles, according...

China denies hacking US satellites

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Beijing has denied a US commission's claim that China may have been responsible for hacking incidents on US environment-monitoring satellites, saying the...

China ramps up military use of space with new satellites-report

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China is developing cutting-edge satellites that will allow it to project power far beyond its shores and deter the United States from...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...