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24 April 2020
Firefly Aerospace and Spaceflight Inc. sign Launch Services Agreement

Firefly Aerospace has signed an agreement with Spaceflight Inc. that provides Spaceflight with the majority of the payload capacity aboard a Firefly launch vehicle scheduled to take off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California sometime in 2021.

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20 April 2020
NewSpace Philosophies: Who, How, What?

The world is enthusiastically watching the development of the space industry.

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12 March 2020
Setting cosmic ambitions for Ukraine – OZY

For a man with big space dreams, serial entrepreneur Max Polyakov is unusually focused on Earth.

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22 February 2020
Data powering digitalization

Digital transformation will continue to take place in nearly all industries and processes that govern them.

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14 February 2020
Returning to the Moon. Max Polyakov and Firefly Aerospace on NASA’s lunar program list

50 years ago, on July 20, 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin landed on the Moon for the first time in human history.

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23 October 2019
EOS to create its own radar microsatellite constellation “EOS SAR”

US-based EOS Data Analytics, a space portfolio company of Noosphere Ventures, has unveiled EOS SAR– a project to develop its own synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors intended for deployment in a constellation of microsatellites.

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17 October 2019
U.S. Air Force selects eight launch providers to compete for $986 million worth of orders

Under the IDIQ contract, the Air Force will compete each mission among the eight awardees.

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20 August 2019
Innovator Max Polyakov and Firefly Aerospace: New Space is Available for Everybody

Max Polyakov’s company Firefly Aerospace initiated the program DREAM that is called to increase the efficiency of education and science research.

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10 July 2019
Firefly Will Use Beresheet Lander Tech To Land On The Moon

While Israel’s Beresheet lander never made it to the moon, looks like some of its tech now has a second chance.

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