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This week in space: The ISS becomes a movie set for 'The Challenge', a probe to interstellar space, and the smallsat market is project to hit $360 billion by 2030...

10 Oct 2021, 21:56 UTC
This week in space: The ISS becomes a movie set for 'The Challenge',  a probe to interstellar space, and the smallsat market is project to hit $360 billion by 2030...
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