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Saturday 23 January 2021

In space this week: SpaceX aims for a record breaking launch, Virgin reaches orbit, a busy year for Rocketlabs and loads more...

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Pick o' the podcasts:

Main Engine Cut-Off: SpaceFund

Reading material:

SpaceX delays launch of a record 143 satellites on a single rocket due to bad weather | Space

Space challenges for President Biden: Four issues for the next four years - SpaceNews

Biden’s Defense nominee embraces view of space as a domain of war - SpaceNews

NASA's OSIRIS-REx probe could make a 2nd stop at infamous asteroid Apophis | Space

Propulsion for Satellite ‘Constellations’ (

SpaceX acquires former oil rigs to serve as floating Starship spaceports -

Did water once flow through meteorites? | Space

Bridenstine leaves NASA, calls for unity in space, science efforts (

Biden administration appoints Steve Jurczyk acting NASA chief | Space

Astronomers estimate Titan's largest sea is 1,000 feet deep (

This tiny comet photobombed the total solar eclipse of 2020 | Space

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