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Saturday, 5 June 2021

This week in space: Governments and companies plan lunar rovers, ISS has it's robotic arm holed by space debris, SpaceX confirm 3 more private crewed missions and loadsmore...

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 Pick o' the podcasts:

From the video store:

SpaceX to fly 3 more private astronaut missions to space station for Axiom Space | Space

SpaceX launches CRS-22, new solar arrays to International Space Station -

The ocean from space:

Space station robotic arm hit by orbital debris in 'lucky strike' (video) | Space

Earth from Space: Warsaw, Poland - SpaceRef


Reading material:

Tianzhou-2 docks with China's space station module - SpaceNews

Pictures from space! Our image of the day | Space

Companies and government agencies announce plans for lunar rover projects - SpaceNews

NASA requests $24.8 billion in 2022, proposes to cancel SOFIA again - SpaceNews

Biden seeks $2 billion funding boost for U.S. Space Force - SpaceNews

SpaceX's most-flown Falcon 9 rocket is a sooty veteran after 10 launches and landings (photos) | Space

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