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Mon, Apr 22, 2024

SpaceX to Launch Inversion RAY Reentry Vehicle in Fall

Inversion to Launch Reentry Vehicle Demonstrator Aboard SpaceX Falcon 9

This fall, the aerospace startup Inversion is set to launch its Ray reentry demonstrator capsule aboard SpaceX's Falcon 9 as part of the Transporter-12 Rideshare mission. Founded in 2021 in a Los Angeles garage, Inversion aims to revolutionize space transport by enabling cargo delivery to any location on Earth within an hour. The Ray capsule, a significant stride toward this goal, represents the company's inaugural venture into space.

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Mon, Apr 22, 2024

The Women's Aerospace Network Announces Women in Space Awards

WAN Announces 2024 Women in Space Awards

The Women's Aerospace Network (WAN) was officially launched in Washington D.C., inaugurating an ambitious platform aimed at fostering diversity and inclusion within the aerospace sector. The organization announced its first initiative, the Women in Space Awards, to celebrate and propel women into aerospace careers, reflecting global participation with over 100 nominees from more than 20 countries. Founded by Holly Pascal, the network seeks to showcase the diverse achievements within aerospace to inspire a new generation of leaders.

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Sun, Apr 21, 2024

Moya Delivery Drone Caps Successful Test Campaign

Vertical Flight Posture Adds a Few Extra Steps to the Certification Process

Moya Aero Finished off 87 successful test flights in the 4th phase of its test campaign, clearing just one of many obstacles on their way to rethink air logistics around the world. The team is currently hammering away at validation and certification of the Moya eVTOL, a top-loading cargo system with 4 motors and 4 fixed, variable wings. Moya said it will continue testing in 2024 as it passes on to Phase 5. That will see them fly the Moya in vertical mode, practice takeoffs, undergo simulated missions, and return home to land under its own command and guidance.

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