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Firefly's "Blue Ghost" lunar lander will deliver the payloads to the lunar surface in 2023 in fulfillment of the Commercial Lunar Payload Services task order, the company said.
The third party then responds with a much larger payload to the site the attackers want to take down.
Speaking of satellites, we’re poised to see Blue Origin launching a lot more of its own payloads into orbit once New Glenn can fly.
Astra offers launch services of payloads ranging from 50 to 150 kilograms or as much as 330 pounds, and expects to begin deliveries into space by the end of the year.
It’s a single-stage prototype, which can only carry 18 lbs of payload, and it’s designed to achieve suborbital space.
If all goes well, Balaram says, the data acquired during these tests will help lay the groundwork to fly bigger and better aircraft, capable of carrying a full payload of scientific instruments to explore the skies of distant worlds.
After discovering the weights of the propellant tanks and payload, the US could reverse-engineer the vehicle’s performance capability.
One was the November 7 launch of Ceres-1, a new type of rocket that, at just 62 feet in height, is capable of taking 770 pounds of payload into low Earth orbit.
The rocket successfully delivered its payload as intended shortly following take-off.
It will take at least five NASA payloads to the moon, along with several other payloads from other groups.

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