This week was buzzing with rocket launches and global news. There was activity from the European Space Agency’s (ESA) launch site in South America, as well as multiple launches from SpaceX as it goes for two dozen flights this year, according to Ars Technica’s rocket report.
Additionally, British rocket companies anticipate future government support, and Japanese startup Interstellar Technologies will continue development of its launch vehicle after the failure of the Momo-2 rocket. There are also a four big rockets that are due to debut in 2020, with others already scheduled for testing.
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