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Today’s Deep Space Extra

23 Nov 2020, 15:56 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… A NASA/ESA satellite carrying a radar altimeter to measure rising sea levels on our home planet launched into orbit Saturday. JAXA’s Hayabusa2 mission is nearing a December 6 drop-off of material gathered from asteroid Ryugu.

Human space explorationFrom the Moon to the Earth: How the Biden administration might reshape NASACoalition Member in the News – Lockheed MartinSpaceNews.com (11/20): Many in the space community are wondering what comes next under President-elect Joe Biden, as space was not a top issue in the campaign. However, in one statement over the summer after the return of the Demo-2 commercial crew mission, the President-elect stated “As president, I look forward to leading a bold space program that will continue to send astronaut heroes to expand our exploration and scientific frontiers through investments in research and technology to help millions of people here on Earth.”
NASA reschedules final SLS Core Stage Green Run tests for DecemberCoalition Members in the News – Boeing, VaccoNASASpaceflight.com (11/20): The SLS program rescheduled the final two tests of the rocket’s core stage Green Run campaign for December after successfully repairing one of the liquid hydrogen prevalves inside the engine section of the stage. ...

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