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Software patch fixes station robot arm; Monday spacewalk repair called off

January 28, 2018

A corrective software patch has fixed a problem with a newly installed grapple fixture on one end of the International Space Station robot arm, NASA officials said Sunday. With the mechanism now fully operational, a re-planned spacewalk Monday to re-install a degraded unit has been called off.

SpaceX schedules Feb. 6 target date for Falcon Heavy test launch

January 28, 2018

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket could blast off for the first time as soon as Feb. 6, company founder Elon Musk said Saturday, announcing the first official target launch date for the heavy-lifter’s maiden mission from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Falcon Heavy lowered at launch pad

January 27, 2018

The Falcon Heavy rocket was lowered to the horizontal position at launch pad 39A on 27 January 2018 after a successful engine test firing.

Probe into off-target Ariane 5 launch begins, SES and Yahsat payloads healthy

January 26, 2018

Arianespace will convene an independent inquiry board chaired by a top European Space Agency official to investigate why an Ariane 5 rocket flew off course Thursday night after liftoff from French Guiana with the SES 14 and Al Yah 3 telecom satellites, but both payloads will be salvaged to accomplish their planned missions, officials said Friday.

Ariane 5 deploys two telecom satellites in orbit despite telemetry loss

January 26, 2018

A European Ariane 5 rocket took off from French Guiana and delivered two commercial communications satellites and a NASA scientific package to orbit Thursday after an unexpected radio blackout raised worries that the mission failed. But questions lingered early Friday about the accuracy of the payload deployments.

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