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Space News and Facts Newsletter - May 16 - May 22, 2021

Space News and Facts Newsletter
Space News and Facts Newsletter - May 16 - May 22, 2021
By Paul Fulford • Issue #1 • View online
Welcome to the Space News and Facts newsletter. I’ve been publishing a newsletter for some time from the website, but this new “Revue” format should make subscribing and viewing much, much easier. I will continue to keep you up-to-date with space news and facts by posting relevant and interesting articles. Thanks for reading!

Interesting articles from past week ...
Europe plans sat-nav and telecoms network at the Moon - BBC News
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Chandra Discoveries in 3D Available on New Platform
NASA AI technology could speed up fault diagnosis process in spacecraft
From CMOS to Batteries: Past Space Tech Improved Earth Applications - News
NASA eyes moon's dark side for astronomy, new telescopes
China on Mars: Zhurong rover returns first pictures
Investigating energy explosions in space
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Space Applications Service to produce oxygen from lunar soil
Dating the stars -- Scientist provide most accurate picture yet
Deep water on Neptune and Uranus may be magnesium-rich
NASA upgraded its data transfer speeds, 'more data than ever before'
Chinese Yutu-2 rover prepares to wake up and continue exploration
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Every week on I publish a newsletter containing space-related articles that I have found interesting.

I read a lot of material on the space industry. There's a lot going on out there other than NASA and SpaceX (although I am not excluding those sources). It is my hope that this newsletter will bring these interesting articles and insights to your attention, and that you, too, will gain a broader appreciation for the vastness of space.

Most of these articles are curated from my own social media posts. Each issue contains links directly to the article that has caught my attention. The article links are not affiliate links - I don't make money from them. They're just what I have discovered and want to share.

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